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Luxury Travel by Private Jet: How to Plan Your Dream Experience?

Private jets and luxury travel have become increasingly popular in recent years, with more and more people seeking exclusive and comfortable travel experiences. For high-end consumers, private jets offer convenience, privacy, and luxury accommodations that traditional commercial airlines cannot provide. Private Jet Charters and Rentals Private jet charters and rentals have made private jet travel […]

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Can We Expect to See Another Double-deck Aircraft in the Future?

The double-deck aircraft design is a prominent feature of both the Boeing 747 and Airbus A380, allowing airlines to accommodate premium passengers with maximum comfort or pack in as many as 500 (theoretically up to 800) passengers across two levels. Despite this, neither manufacturer is currently producing super jumbos. Recently, Boeing delivered the final 747, […]

Air India Places Large Orders for Boeing and Airbus Aircraft to Meet Growing Demand

Air India is making a significant investment in response to the increasing demand for mobility in India, driven by the expanding middle class. The airline is placing orders for 470 Boeing and Airbus aircraft, reflecting the growing need for air travel in the country. Air India’s Purchase of 290 Boeing Aircraft Among these orders, Air […]

After the Chinese Spy Balloon, Unidentified Flying Objects Invading the Sky !

Three unidentified flying objects were destroyed since the Chinese balloon was downed by the US early this month. The incident with the Chinese balloon was just the opening ceremony for many unidentified objects appearing in the sky. However, the US airspace was not the only busy one as Canada also joined the party. According to […]

The Role of the FAA in Shaping the Future of the Aviation Industry

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is a critical agency that plays a crucial role in shaping the future of the aviation industry. As the primary regulator of the aviation industry in the United States, the FAA is responsible for ensuring air transportation safety, security, and efficiency. The FAA’s regulatory policies and guidelines significantly impact the […]

Why are Most Aircraft Painted White?

You may have spent some time at an airport – admiring the view on the tarmac. For sure you have noticed, that most aircraft are painted white – with the logo and branding as the expection. Why is that so? History In the early years, most aircraft were not painted at all. They were left […]

Flight Review: British Airways Economy Class Boeing 777-300 (LHR-BGI)

I arrived at London Heathrow in my Uber at around 8:10. I headed to the Club World check-in section, as I was traveling with my family, who have Executive Club silver membership, which permits you to use the Club World check-in at all airports with British Airways flights. I was traveling in a large group […]

Airbus Patents Folding Airplane Seats for Increased Flexibility and Cargo Space

Airbus is one of the largest filers of invention patents in the world. Of the hundreds sent to European planer manufacturers each year, one, in particular, caught our eye. It has to do with folding airplane seats, which slide back along the cabin floor to make more room for cargo. This article will discuss Airbus’ […]

Airbus Beluga: A Marvel of Engineering and Design

Airbus Beluga, also known as the “Flying Whale,” is one of the most unique and recognizable aircraft in the world. With its distinctive bulging fuselage and cheerful smile, this airplane has become a symbol of the aviation industry’s innovation and creativity. In this article, we will explore the main features of the Airbus Beluga, its […]

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Firefighting Boeing 737 Crashes in Australia

A Boeing 737-300 firefighting plane crashed in Australia with both pilots surviving and receiving minor injuries. They were transported to the hospital. The crash occurred on Monday, 6th of February around 4:00 PM local time. Coulson Aviation’s N619SW took off from Busselton Airport near Perth at 15:32, FlightRadar24 data shows the plane reached 29,000 feet […]

Magnitude-7.8 Earthquake in Turkey and Syria Causes Devastation and Closure of Airports

On the early hours of Monday, February 6th, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the Turkish and Syrian region causing millions of residents to feel its impact. The death toll from the earthquake and subsequent aftershocks is estimated to be over 1,300. The earthquake caused widespread damage to the infrastructure across the region with hundreds of […]

Interview with AirBaltic’s CEO: Mr. Martin Gauss

AirBaltic is one of Europe’s key airlines and the flag carrier of Latvia, also serving destinations for Estonia and Lithuania. The company carries millions of passengers per year and is one of the largest operators of the Airbus A220. I put some questions to the CEO of AirBaltic: Mr. Martin Gauss. What do you see […]

The Chinese Massive Surveillance Balloon: a Mistake or Undercover Agent?!

Last July, the world lived in horror because of the Chinese Long March 5B rocket that went out of control. Though this matter ended with the best possible fate, the rocket crashed to Earth over the Indian and Pacific oceans. However, China can not wait to create a new problem. But, this time is not […]

The Future of Aviation: Key Trends and Impacts

The aviation industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, connecting people and businesses across continents. The future of aviation is a topic of discussion for industry stakeholders, including aircraft manufacturers and air traffic control providers. The industry is undergoing transformation and this article will explore key trends and impacts shaping it. Increased […]

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Qatar Airways and Airbus: Legal Dispute Resolved Amicably

Qatar Airways and Airbus have resolved their legal dispute regarding the paint degradation of the Airbus A350 aircraft. The dispute, which had been ongoing for nearly two years and reached the High Court in London, has come to an amicable settlement. Both parties have released a joint statement regarding the resolution. “Qatar Airways and Airbus […]

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Reuters: Airbus and Qatar Airways Near Agreement in A350 Dispute

Airbus and Qatar Airways are approaching a settlement in their disagreement over the A350 dispute. Despite months of public disagreement, it’s uncertain if an agreement will be reached as previous efforts to avoid a London trial have failed. However, two people with knowledge of the situation reported to Reuters, that negotiations have picked up the pace, and […]