#Aviation News

Akbar Al Baker Steps Down as CEO of Qatar Airways After 26 Years

After steering Qatar Airways for more than a quarter-century, Akbar Al Baker, known for his outspoken and often controversial views, is stepping down as the airline’s CEO. His last day in office will be November 5th, according to recent reports. Al Baker has faced numerous challenges during his long stint


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#boeing

The Boeing 2707: America’s Supersonic Dream That Never Took Flight

In the heyday of supersonic aspirations, when the Concorde was capturing imaginations and headlines worldwide, the United States had its own vision for high-speed air travel: the Boeing 2707. This supersonic transport (SST) was intended to not just match, but outperform the European Concorde. Here’s a look at what the


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#Informative

FAA Investigation on the health of 4800 Army Veteran Pilots (Including 600 Airline pilots)

FAA Medical history form. (Washington Post) An exclusive reportage from the Washington Post reveals that about 5000 pilots (including 600 airline pilots) are under investigation from the FAA (Federal Aviation Authority) as they did hide the fact that they were receiving benefits related to mental health issues and other severe


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#Aviation News

United Airlines Expands Fleet with 60 More Airbus A321neos

United Airlines has recently announced an order for 60 additional Airbus A321neo aircraft. This move is a significant part of the airline’s “United Next” initiative, aimed at integrating new, state-of-the-art aircraft into its global fleet. With this new order, United’s direct purchase commitment from Airbus now stands at 180 A321


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#Informative

How Are Airport Runways Numbered?

Airport runways are more than just paved strips; they are the starting and ending points of countless journeys. For aviation enthusiasts and frequent flyers, the runway holds a special place, often being the favorite part of the flight experience. But have you ever wondered how these runways are numbered? The


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#Aviation News

Saudia Airlines’ Branding Revolution

Saudia Airlines, the national carrier of Saudi Arabia, has recently unveiled a transformative brand identity. This significant move aligns perfectly with the airline’s broader strategy to embrace digital transformation and support Saudi Vision 2030, the Kingdom’s ambitious plan to diversify its economy. The rebranding is not merely a facelift but


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#Interviews

An interview with LATAM airlines’ Chief Commercial Officer, Marty St. George

LATAM airlines is the largest airline in South America, dominating the South American aviation market with over 41 million passengers being transported by the airline between January and July this year. Their route network is extremely diverse, with destinations ranging from Ecuador to Easter Island several other European, North American,


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#AVIATION AFRICA 2023

AVIATION AFRICA 2023: Pioneering the Future of African Aviation in Abuja

Aviation Africa 2023, slated for 13-14 September in Abuja, Nigeria, is drawing significant attention. With participation from the Civil Aviation Authorities’ Director Generals of countries including Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Rwanda, and more, the event promises to be a pivotal platform for discussions shaping the future of aviation in the


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#airbus

Airbus Unveils New Automated A321XLR Equipping Hangar in Hamburg

Airbus marked a significant step in its journey towards modernization and ramped-up production with the official opening of its new automated A321XLR equipping hangar in Hamburg. The inauguration was graced by Hamburg’s First Mayor Peter Tschentscher, and the German Aerospace Coordinator, Anna Christmann. Stepping Up Production Airbus aims to ramp


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#Aviation News

American Airlines Airbus A319 Diverts to Memphis After Engine Shutdown: An In-Depth Look

An American Airlines Airbus A319, operated by Fort Worth-based American Airlines, encountered engine problems mid-flight, resulting in an emergency landing at Memphis International Airport. The incident occurred during a scheduled flight from Memphis to Phoenix and necessitated the presence of emergency responders. Details of the Incident On Wednesday, August 16th,


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#Analysis

Efficiency Takes Flight: Discover the Top Five US Airports for On-Time Departures

Flight delays and cancellations have become all too common in recent years, but amidst the challenges, several US airports have stood out for their exceptional on-time departure records. In 2022, US airports claimed six of the top ten spots for the most punctual departures globally, demonstrating their commitment to operational


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STEM

#Aviation News

United Airlines’ $1.25 Million Investment Empowers STEM Education in Schools

United Airlines has announced a remarkable initiative to allocate $1.25 million towards funding various STEM projects in schools across selected cities. By teaming up with the nonprofit organization DonorsChoose, the airline aims to assist educators and families in coping with the escalating costs of classroom supplies and resources. DonorsChoose: Empowering


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#Flight reviews

Flight Review: Avianca Long-Haul Boeing 787-8 from Bogota El Dorado to London Heathrow

Having previously flown Avianca in Short-Haul on their Airbus A320 on a domestic flight to Bogota, whilst it was slightly overpriced for the product, My expectations for their long-haul product were not too low. A lack of in-flight entertainment on the previous flight, despite the fact that the aircraft had


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#Flight reviews

Average Avianca: Avianca Airlines A320-200 review from San Andres Island to Bogota

The National Airline of Colombia, Avianca, has long been servicing the Americas since 1919, making it the second oldest airline, just a few months younger than KLM, to remain in service. Although there have been problems along the way, as well as having to help repair Colombia’s somewhat previously broken


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#Flight reviews

Flight Review: SAS A320neo London Heathrow to Stockholm Arlanda

On July 19th, I flew on Scandinavian Airlines System for the first time. My expectations had been set quite low, having flown with only European budget airlines since the start of this year. As expected, my expectations were completely exceeded when I flew with SAS, a brilliant first experience to


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#Aviation News

LATAM Airlines Pilot Dies En Route from Miami to Santiago

In a rare and tragic incident, a LATAM Airlines pilot passed away mid-flight during a scheduled journey from Miami to Santiago. The flight was diverted to Panama City following the pilot’s incapacitation, where he was subsequently pronounced dead. The Unfortunate Turn of Events LATAM Airlines’ flight, with the call sign


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#Informative

Are you dreaming of becoming a pilot? Aer Lingus & British Airways Cadet Program Paves the Way to a Flying Career

Embarking on an aviation career has always been a dream for countless individuals who are passionate about flying. The Aer Lingus Cadet and British Airways Cadet Program are remarkable opportunity that transforms these dreams into reality, offering aspiring pilots a structured and comprehensive pathway to becoming esteemed aviation professionals. This


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American Airlines

#Aviation News

American Airlines Passengers Amazed as Service Dog Secures Three Seats for Comfortable Flight

In a heartwarming and surprising scene aboard a recent American Airlines flight, passengers were treated to the sight of an adorable and unusually large service dog comfortably occupying two seats. The passenger, a startup founder diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, brought his five-year-old Great Dane, Darwin, on the flight from Los


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Qatar Airways

#Aviation News

Australia’s Rejection of Qatar Airways Expansion Could Incur $500 Million Annual Loss

Australia’s recent denial of Doha-based Qatar Airways’ request to expand its operations in the country is expected to result in an economic loss exceeding half a billion dollars per year. With the government aiming to safeguard domestic employment, last month it rejected Qatar’s application to introduce over 20 additional weekly


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#Informative

Flag Carriers as a Symbol of Honor: Between Past and Present

Most of the world’s countries have their flag carriers for financial and national duties. A flag carrier is considered an international representative of a country as it stands as a symbol of pride. Therefore, some passengers are keen to ride the flag carrier of their countries as it reflects their


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#Aviation News

Riyadh Air Announces Partnership with Atlético de Madrid in Landmark Sports Sponsorship

Saudi-based startup, Riyadh Air, in a groundbreaking announcement, has confirmed its multi-year partnership with the esteemed Spanish football club, Atlético de Madrid. The airline, in its debut sports sponsorship, becomes the official airline partner of the club, following in the footsteps of prominent Middle Eastern carriers such as Emirates, Etihad,


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#Aviation News

Air India Unveils New Livery and Logo

Air India (AI) has announced a significant rebranding, unveiling its new livery colors and logo. While maintaining its signature red and white shades, the airline has introduced gold and aubergine touches to the new logo. Symbolizing Limitless Possibilities Chandrasekaran, the Chairman of Tata Sons, detailed that the new logo epitomizes


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Jazeera Airways

#Aviation News

Jazeera Airways Expands Fleet and Boosts Revenue by 26% in First Half of 2023

Fleet Expansion and New Routes Drive Impressive Passenger Growth Kuwaiti airline Jazeera Airways recently announced its financial results for the first half of 2023, showcasing significant growth in passenger numbers and revenue. With the addition of new routes and expanding its fleet, the airline reported a remarkable increase in passenger


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#Informative

Flying Cars: The Future of Transportation?

Flying cars have been a dream of science fiction writers for decades, but they are now becoming a reality. Many companies are working on developing these cars, and some of them are already making significant progress. What are flying cars? Flying cars are vehicles that can take off and land


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#Analysis

Punctuality Report for June 2023:  Avianca Emerges as Global Winner, LOT Tops Europe

Cirium, a company that provides aviation data and insights, regularly publishes a report on the on-time performance (OTP) of airlines worldwide. In this report, they define “on-time” as flights that arrive at the gate within 15 minutes of their scheduled arrival time. They calculate the percentage of completed flights that


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Hacker

#Aviation News

60,000 American Airlines Advantage Miles Stolen From a Hacker

In a recent incident, an American Airlines frequent flyer fell victim to a hacker who stole over 60,000 AAdvantage miles from her account. The stolen miles, estimated to be worth around $1,400, prompted the victim to report the fraudulent activity to the Riley County Police Department. This unfortunate incident highlights


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Emirates

#Aviation News

Emirates Celebrates 20 Years of Service in New Zealand

Emirates, the Dubai-based airline, is celebrating its 20th anniversary of service in New Zealand. The airline began its inaugural flights to Auckland on August 2, 2003, with two flights, one via Sydney using a Boeing 777-300ER, and the other via Melbourne using an Airbus A330. Since then, Emirates has continued


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Arsenal

#Aviation News

Emirates and Arsenal Extend Partnership Until 2028

Emirates, the Dubai-based airline, has renewed its partnership with English football club Arsenal until at least 2028. The two have enjoyed a successful collaboration since teaming up in 2006, and the four-year extension will see Emirates continue as the English Premier League’s longest-running shirt sponsors. Strengthening the Partnership The announcement


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#Flight reviews

Flight Review: Excellent JetBlue Airbus A320-200 from New York JFK to Cartagena in Extra-Legroom seat

JetBlue’s product can be thought of as truly unique, they are said to be a low-cost carrier and yet have a more traditional feel about them. They connect New York and The US both domestically and with destinations in Central America and the Caribbean. I was originally meant to be


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American Airlines

#Aviation News

American Airlines Flight Attendants Vote on Strike Authorization.

Flight attendants at American Airlines have begun voting on whether to authorize a strike, after failing to obtain a pay raise in over two years and being understaffed since the start of the pandemic. The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA), which represents over 24,000 flight attendants at American Airlines,


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#Flight reviews

Flight review: Norse Atlantic 787-9 London Gatwick – New York JFK

When Norse Atlantic comes to mind, often thought of as its predecessor, Norwegian. And, despite the airline’s outlasting attempts to set Norse apart from them, there’s no hiding from the fact that they are extremely similar. Similar business model, Similar departure hubs, Even Norse Atlantic’s fleet is made up of


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Southwest Airlines

#Aviation News

Southwest Airlines Converts MAX 7 Orders To MAX 8s Due To Certification Delays

Southwest Airlines has announced that it is converting 24 of its Boeing 737 MAX 7 aircraft orders into larger and already certified Boeing 737 MAX 8 variants. This decision follows continued delays with the MAX 7 certification process, which recently led Boeing to announce that the first delivery of the


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United Airlines

#Aviation News

United Airlines Pilot Banned for Intoxication on Transatlantic Flight

A United Airlines pilot has been banned from flying for a year by a Paris court after attempting to fly while intoxicated on a transatlantic flight from Paris’ Charles-de-Gaulle Airport to Washington Dulles International Airport. The 63-year-old captain, identified as Henry W., was removed from the Boeing 777 aircraft after


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#Analysis

Aviation in Numbers: CAE, Airbus, and Boeing Projections

CAE has published its last report: 1.3 million new employees will be needed by 2032. Boeing and Airbus have done the same. According to the main stakeholders in the aviation industry, in the coming years, many jobs will be created due to the growth and expansion of airline carriers and


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#Aviation News

Airbus Reports Strong Performance for Half-Year (H1) 2023

Airbus SE has reported consolidated financial results for the first half (H1) of 2023, demonstrating strong performance across its operations despite a complex operational environment. Strong Performance Despite Complex Environment “During the first half of 2023, we progressed well across our businesses in an operational environment that remains complex. Our


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A380

#Aviation News

Etihad Airways Celebrates the Return of the Airbus A380

Etihad Airways marked a significant milestone in its post-pandemic recovery with the return of the Airbus A380 to its fleet. The airline operated its first post-COVID A380 passenger flight from Abu Dhabi International Airport to London Heathrow Airport, which was celebrated with festivities both on the ground and in the


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MAX 8

#Aviation News

American Airlines Celebrates Delivery of 50th Boeing 737 MAX 8

American Airlines recently celebrated the delivery of its 50th Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, with another 80 still on order. The airline has been operating the MAX for almost six years since it welcomed its first one in 2017. The delivery of the 50th MAX comes after a challenging year


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Egyptair

#Aviation News

Egyptair Resumes Tokyo Flights and Launches New Routes to Expand

Egyptair is set to resume flights to Japan in September after a three-year hiatus, with flights to Tokyo Narita International Airport using the Boeing 777-300 aircraft. The airline has also announced the launch of new flights to India and Libya, as well as boosting its operations in the regional market,


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SAUDIA

#Aviation News

SAUDIA’s Growth Trajectory: Increased Capacity and New Destinations

SAUDIA, the flagship carrier of Saudi Arabia, has increased its international capacity by 15% this summer compared to the same period last year, along with more capacity across its domestic network, following a busy Hajj season. The airline is set to operate more than 32,400 flights in July and August,


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20th Century

#Aviation History

Flight Through Time: Top 5 Airlines of the 20th Century

Air travel has come a long way since the Wright Brothers’ first flight in 1903. In the 20th century, airlines played a crucial role in shaping the world of aviation. From the introduction of jumbo jets to the development of computerized flight reservation systems, airlines made significant contributions to the


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Airbus A350-1000

#Aviation News

Qatar Airways Receives 24th Airbus A350-1000

Qatar Airways has taken delivery of its 24th Airbus A350-1000 and 58th A350 overall on July 21st. The aircraft, which has been in storage for much of its pre-delivery time, had surface degradation issues that Airbus and Qatar Airways needed to resolve before it could be delivered. Delivery Details and


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Wizz Air

#Aviation News

Wizz Air Announces Expansion to Iraq

Wizz Air, a Hungarian low-cost carrier, has announced its expansion to Iraq with the launch of its first flights to Erbil, in the Kurdistan region of the country. The twice-weekly flights will be served by the airline’s Abu Dhabi unit, bringing the Wizz Air Group’s Middle East destination list to


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Qatar Airways

#Aviation News

Australian Government Rejects Qatar Airways’ Bid for More Flights

The Australian Government has rejected Qatar Airways’ request to increase its operations in the country by an additional 21 round trip slots per week. The Doha-based airline currently operates multiple weekly flights between Doha and the largest cities of five Australian states, including Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney. However,


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#Informative

The New Project from JAL to Lower CO2 Emissions and Help Travelers: “Any Wear, Anywhere”

“Any Wear, Anywhere” is a clothing share service launched by Japan Airlines (JAL) in July 2023. The service allows travelers to rent clothes for their trip, which can help reduce the amount of luggage they need. This can benefit both travelers and the environment, as it can help reduce carbon


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A321neo

#Aviation News

Saudia Unveils Retro Livery for New Airbus A321neo

Saudia’s newest Airbus A321neo has been spotted with a new retro-inspired livery after leaving the paint shop. The next-generation narrowbody has been painted in colors much like one of Saudia’s Dreamliners that was seen earlier this month. The livery features horizontal green and blue stripes across the length of a


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Saudia

#Aviation News

Saudia’s Stunning Retro Livery on Newest Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Saudia, the Saudi Arabian flag carrier, is set to receive a brand-new Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft featuring the airline’s stunning retro livery. The new aircraft is currently being prepared for delivery at the Boeing facility in Charleston and is set to join the carrier’s existing Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, which also


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#Informative

The Impact of the Regulation “Eu 261” in Numbers and the Expectations for this Summer

Let’s start with a short explanation of the above mentioned law: the EU Regulation 261/2004, not only addresses flight delays and cancellations but also emphasizes the rights of passengers who experience denied boarding.  Denied Boarding In situations where a passenger is denied boarding due to overbooking, airlines are obligated to


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Emirates

#Aviation News

Emirates A380 Causes Flight Delays at London Gatwick Airport Due to Technical Fault

An Emirates Airbus A380 with registration number A6-EUN caused flight disruptions at London Gatwick Airport (LGW) on July 11, 2023, due to a hydraulic failure upon landing. The flight, EK9, had departed from Dubai International Airport (DXB) earlier that day and was carrying 408 passengers onboard. The aircraft stopped abruptly


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Air Tanzania

#Aviation News

Air Tanzania’s Impounded A220 Returns Home after 7 Months In The Netherlands

Air Tanzania’s Airbus A220-300, registered as 5H-TCH, has returned to Dar es Salaam after being impounded in the Netherlands for over seven months. The aircraft was seized in December 2022 following a dispute between the Tanzanian government and a Swedish energy company, EcoEnergy Limited. The company had won a $165


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Emirates

#Aviation News

Emirates Launches Dubai-Montreal Flights, Expands Canada-UAE Market

Emirates has launched its new service between Dubai and Montreal, making it the third Middle East airline to serve the Canadian city, following Qatar Airways and Royal Air Maroc. The new route was made possible by the loosening of the Canada-UAE bilateral air service agreement, which controls market access. As


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Oman Air

#Aviation News

Breaking News: Oman Air announces partnership with Chelsea FC

Oman Air has secured a significant sponsorship deal with Chelsea FC, becoming the football club’s global airline partner for the next three years. As part of the agreement, Oman Air will showcase its branding at Stamford Bridge, the team’s home stadium, and unveil a specially designed co-branded livery on one


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#Aviation News

New Airport Technology: The End of 100ML Limit

WHAT HAS (ALREADY) CHANGED AND WILL CHANGE FOR AIR TRAVELLERS IN THE NEAR FUTURE REGARDING AIRPORT SECURITY LIMITS? When and why the 100ML was introduced: In light of the devastating events of September 11, airport security has remained a paramount concern. The aviation industry responded by implementing a range of


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#Aviation News

Icelandair Places Firm Order for 13 Airbus A321XLR Aircraft

Keflavik, Iceland – Icelandair, the principal airline of Iceland, has placed a firm order for 13 Airbus A321XLRs, making the airline a new Airbus customer. In addition to this, the airline plans to lease four A321LRs. The A321XLR’s extended range will allow Icelandair to capture new market opportunities, reduce operating


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#Aviation News

Viva Aerobus Signs MoU for 90 Airbus A321neo Aircraft

Mexico’s ultra-low-cost airline, Viva Aerobus, has made a major stride in its international and domestic growth strategy by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for 90 A321neo aircraft. The MoU would raise the airline’s order book to 170 aircraft from the A320 Family. Youngest Fleet in Latin America “These 90


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#Aviation News

Qatar Airways Launches Direct Flights to Lyon

Qatar Airways has added a new destination to its French network by launching a direct flight from Doha to Lyon. The inaugural flight took off on July 3rd, and the airline hopes that this new service will boost tourism in the region. Celebrations on Inaugural Flight Passengers on the inaugural


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#airbus

Final and Sixth Beluga XL Rolls Out at Airbus

Airbus has rolled out the sixth and last of its Beluga XL freighters at the production facility in Toulouse, France. Based on the A330-200 platform and boasting a special livery, this plane joins a quintet of similar aircraft assisting Airbus in meeting production schedules at its various plants across the


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Colombian Air Force

#Air Crash


#Aviation News

Two Colombian Air Force Pilots Die in Embraer Tucano Aircraft Collision

The Colombian Air Force (FAC) is investigating a tragic accident that occurred during a training mission on Saturday, resulting in the loss of two pilots. Two Embraer T-27 Tucano aircraft collided mid-air and crashed during the exercise in central Colombia. The FAC has not released the identity of the second


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Privilege Style

#Aviation News

Privilege Style Replaces Boeing 767 with Airbus A330

Spanish charter and wet leasing aircraft provider, Privilege Style, has acquired a new Airbus A330-200 registered as EC-NZJ, replacing its sole Boeing 767-300ER, which was retired earlier this year. The new aircraft has already flown from Abidjan in the Ivory Coast to Paris, and has been configured to seat up


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#Aviation News

Global Airlines to Acquire Three More Airbus A380s

Global Airlines is set to expand its fleet with the acquisition of three more Airbus A380s, taking the total number of these superjumbos to four. The startup carrier is now gearing up to outfit these aircraft and bring them back into service, in time for the launch of its transatlantic


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#boeing

Could Boeing’s Transonic Truss-Braced Wing Airliner be the Sky Revolution we’ve been Waiting for?

Boeing’s Transonic Truss-Braced Wing (TTBW) airliner is a radical rethinking of aircraft design that could redefine standards of efficiency and sustainability. The concept, first developed in 2010, is now being built as a full-scale demonstrator with ambitious goals for fuel efficiency. If the project proceeds as planned, Boeing expects that


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#Aviation News

FC Bayern Munich Ends Sponsorship Deal with Qatar Airways

German football club, FC Bayern Munich, has chosen to end its sponsorship deal with Qatar Airways, reportedly due to concerns over human rights standards. The Gulf Carrier had sponsored the Bundesliga’s most decorated football club for the past five years. Dissolving Partnership Between FC Bayern Munich and Qatar Airways Popularly


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Turkish Airlines

#Aviation News

Turkish Airlines Adds Six Boeing 737-8 MAX Aircraft to Fleet

Turkish Airlines, the flag carrier of Turkey, has signed a lease agreement for six additional Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft. The new airplanes will be built with AnadoluJet configuration and operated by the Turkish Airlines subsidiary. Turkish Airlines is Expanding the Fleet The airline already operates 28 of the -8 variant


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Qantas and Emirates

#Aviation News

Qantas and Emirates Partnership Renewed: What it Means for Customers and Competition

Qantas and Emirates have been given the green light by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to continue their partnership. The authorization was first granted over a decade ago and was renewed in 2018, with the latest decision extending the partnership for another five years. The ACCC has proposed


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Delta Air Lines

#Aviation News

Delta Air Lines Expands Footprint in Africa: Enhancing Connectivity and Boosting Economic Development

Delta Air Lines is set to increase its footprint in Africa, leveraging partnerships to enhance connectivity and boost economic development on the continent. The airline has seen an increase in demand for its African destinations and has identified the region as one of importance. It has tailored its operations to


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Qatar Airways

#Aviation News

Qatar Airways Slashes Award Ticket Prices for Partner Airlines – Big Win for Avios Users!

Qatar Airways has recently announced a significant reduction in award ticket prices for its partner airlines, offering great value for Avios users. This change is especially beneficial for those traveling to the Middle East, South America, and Australia. Much-Needed Change for Qatar Airways’ Prices Before integrating with Avios, Qatar Airways’


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#Aviation News

Iraqi Airways Welcomes Its First Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Yesterday, Iraqi Airways marked the arrival of its inaugural Boeing 787 aircraft at Baghdad International Airport (BGW). The 787-8, bearing the registration YI-ATC, had undertaken a 13-hour delivery flight from Charleston, SC (CHS). Having taken its first test flight just a month ago, this aircraft is set to serve in


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#Paris Airshow 2023

Paris Airshow 2023: Day 4 Roundup

The first three days of the Paris Airshow 2023 saw a flurry of activity, with airlines ordering aircraft of different capacities. However, the fourth day was marked by the announcement of thrilling deals focusing on the sustainability aspect of the aviation industry’s future. Here’s a roundup of the day’s highlights:


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#Paris Airshow 2023

Pratt & Whitney to Launch New Manufacturing Site in Morocco and Expand in Georgia

Pratt & Whitney, the leading engine maker, revealed at the ongoing Paris Air Show that it plans to venture into Morocco to manufacture key components for several of its engine models. The company also confirmed new airline contracts to power their aircraft. New Manufacturing Site in Morocco Pratt & Whitney


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AutoFlight to Conduct Experimental eVTOL Flights at 2024 Paris Olympic Games

In the aftermath of the Paris Air Show, electric aircraft pioneer AutoFlight announced it will carry out experimental piloted flights of its Prosperity I aircraft during the 2024 Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games. Infrastructure Ready for eVTOL AutoFlight has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Groupe ADP, previously known


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Air Cahana Orders 250 Hydrogen-Electric Engines from ZeroAvia at Paris Air Show

Air Cahana, announced today at the Paris Air Show, has ordered 250 hydrogen-electric engines from ZeroAvia. As an airline launched with the sole mission of decarbonizing aviation, Air Cahana’s focus is on sustainable flights. ZA2000: ZeroAvia’s Hydrogen-Electric Powerhouse The ZA2000 engines, developed by ZeroAvia, are zero-emission propulsion systems and represent


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Airbus and LanzaJet Collaborate to Produce Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Airbus, the leading aircraft manufacturer, and LanzaJet, a sustainable fuels technology company, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to address the aviation sector’s sustainability needs through the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The MOU aims to accelerate the certification and adoption of 100% drop-in SAF, which enables existing


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GKN Aerospace Achieves Milestone in F-35 Program with European Fleet Servicing

GKN Aerospace, a leading global aerospace company, has announced a significant milestone in its partnership with Lockheed Martin and the F-35 Lightning II program. The company has successfully serviced and maintained the first F-35 wheels and brakes assemblies for the European fleet at its GKN Fokker landing gear facility in


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Paris Airshow 2023: Day 3 Roundup

Day 3 of the Paris Airshow 2023 was another day filled with exciting news and announcements. Here’s a roundup of the day’s highlights: Avolon Orders 20 Airbus A330neo Aircraft to Meet Growing Widebody Demand Avolon, the international aircraft leasing company, has placed an order for 20 Airbus A330neo aircraft. The


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Embraer and Lanzhou Aviation Industry Development Group Ink LOA for 20 P2F Conversions at Paris Air Show 2023

Brazilian aircraft manufacturer, Embraer and the Lanzhou Aviation Industry Development Group from China signed a letter of agreement (LOA) at the Paris Air Show 2023, earmarking 20 Embraer E190 and E195 passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversions. The announcement disclosed the collaborative plans between Embraer and the Lanzhou Group to establish a conversion


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Airbus Announces Winners of A350F Livery Design Competition

Airbus has announced the winners of its A350F livery design competition, which attracted thousands of entries from around the world. The winners, John Feehan from Dublin, Ireland, and brothers Quinnten and Ellisten Iversen from Calgary, Canada, were chosen for their similar packaging-inspired designs, which were combined to create the final


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Luxair Commits to 737-7s, Becomes European Launch Customer

Luxembourg’s leading airline, Luxair, unveiled its single-aisle growth strategy at the Paris Air Show 2023. Luxair announced a deal with Boeing, committing to the 737-7 aircraft, making it the European launch customer for the jet, with an agreement to purchase four planes. Growth and Sustainability Since March 2023, Luxair has


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Akasa Air Joins Indian Contingent in Dominating Paris Air Show with Boeing 737 MAX Order

Indian carriers are stealing the limelight at the Paris Air Show. Following in the footsteps of Air India and IndiGo, Akasa Air has penned an agreement with Boeing to procure four more 737-8 jets, bolstering its fast-expanding fleet. The carrier has already received 19 of the 72 737 MAX aircraft


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Avolon Orders 20 Airbus A330neo Aircraft to Meet Growing Widebody Demand

Avolon, the international leasing company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus to order 20 A330neo aircraft. This move by Avolon reflects its vision to secure the earliest available slots and take advantage of the growing widebody demand around the world. The A330-900 is Airbus’ latest widebody aircraft,


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Paris Airshow 2023: Day 2 Roundup

Day 2 of the Paris Airshow 2023 continued the momentum set on the opening day, with a series of significant announcements and deals that further shaped the narrative of this year’s event. Here’s a roundup of the key highlights from Day 2: ESA Outlines Ambitious Lunar and Mars Missions The


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Avolon Commits to 40 More 737 MAX Airplanes to Bolster Its Fleet

The 2023 Paris Air Show marked another significant announcement for the aviation industry. Boeing and Avolon, the international aircraft leasing company, confirmed an order for 40 additional 737 MAX airplanes, further strengthening their long-standing partnership. Growing Demand for the 737 MAX Avolon’s commitment to acquire 40 more 737 MAX airplanes


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Skytrax Announcing the Winners of 2023

The second day of the Paris Air Show 2023 witnessed the revealing of the 2023 World Airline Awards. During a glorious ceremony held at the iconic Air and Space Museum at the Paris Air Show, Skytrax announced the winners of the year. The ceremony was attended by more than 350


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Volaris Soars with Purchase of 25 A321neo Aircraft from Airbus, Boosting Fleet and Financial Strength

Volaris, the Mexican ultra-low-cost airline, has announced the purchase of 25 A321neo aircraft from Airbus, bringing their total backlog of A320neo family aircraft to 143. This move will support the airline’s continuous fleet renewal and expansion, and bring them closer to their goal of operating an all-NEO fleet by 2028.


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Air Algérie Invests in Fleet Modernization with Eight Boeing 737-9 Jets

Air Algérie is taking decisive steps to rejuvenate its fleet and meet escalating regional cargo demand. The airline recently confirmed an order for eight fuel-efficient 737-9 jets at the Paris Air Show and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for two 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters (BCF). Air Algérie Expands Its


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ESA Outlines Ambitious Lunar and Mars Missions at Paris Air Show 2023

The European Space Agency (ESA) held a conference at the Paris Airshow today to discuss its ambitions in human and robotic space exploration. Speakers included ESA Director General Josef Aschbacher, CNES CEO Philippe Baptiste and Director General of the German Space Agency Walther Pelzer. ESA astronauts Thomas Pesquet, Samantha Cristoforetti


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American Airlines Places Firm Order for Seven E175s at Paris Air Show 2023

American Airlines has signed a firm order with Embraer for seven new E175s, which its wholly-owned subsidiary, Envoy Air, will operate. With deliveries to begin in Q4 2023, Envoy’s fleet of E-Jets will grow to over 141 aircraft by the end of 2024. The contract value is US$403.4 million at


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China Airlines Strengthens Fleet with Order of Eight Additional 787-9 Dreamliners

In a move that reflects the strong recovery in global travel demand, China Airlines has expanded its order with Boeing for eight more 787-9 Dreamliners. The deal, announced at the 2023 Paris Air Show, is part of China Airlines’ continuous efforts to modernize its fleet and improve passenger experience. The


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Air India Embarks on Massive Fleet Expansion with 540 Aircraft Orders from Boeing and Airbus

In a bid to revamp and expand its fleet, Air India has sealed historic orders with aerospace giants, Boeing and Airbus, purchasing up to 290 and 250 aircraft respectively. The landmark agreements were celebrated at the 2023 Paris Air Show, marking a significant chapter in the evolution of the Indian


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Philippine Airlines Expands Fleet with Airbus A350-1000 Order

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has stepped up its game by finalizing a deal with Airbus for the firm order of nine A350-1000 long-range aircraft. The much-anticipated agreement was officially sealed at the Paris Air Show, under the approving gaze of numerous aviation industry heavyweights. PAL’s decision to add Airbus A350-1000 to


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Qantas Finalises Order for Nine More Airbus A220-300s

In a noteworthy advancement of its fleet replacement programme, Australian airline Qantas Group has finalised an order for an additional nine Airbus A220-300 aircraft, bringing its total commitment to this single-aisle model to 29. This incremental order comes after Qantas selected the A220 in May 2022 as part of a


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Paris Airshow 2023: Day 1 Roundup

The Paris Airshow 2023 kicked off with a bang, with a flurry of announcements and deals that set the tone for the rest of the event. Here’s a roundup of the key highlights from Day 1: Electric VTOL Taxi Race Heats Up The race for electric VTOL supremacy is heating


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Astroscale Will Be in France Soon

Today marked launching the most significant air show, Paris Air Show 2023, in its 54th edition. Approximately 140000 trade visitors eagerly await this show. Let’s have a look at one of the achievements of today. Astroscale Cooperating with CNES: On the first day of the show, Astroscale Holdings Inc. (“Astroscale”),


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The Twin Otter’s Majestic Return: An Unveiling at the Paris Air Show

The ongoing Paris Air Show, an event adorned with innovations and groundbreaking announcements, was the perfect stage for De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited, an esteemed Canadian aircraft manufacturer, to drop a thrilling revelation. The name that stands out in their vast portfolio is the DHC-6 Twin Otter, a renowned


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IndiGo Places Record Order for 500 A320 Family Aircraft at Paris Air Show

In a historic move at the Paris Air Show 2023, IndiGo, India’s largest airline by market share, has confirmed an order for 500 A320 Family aircraft. This record-breaking single purchase agreement takes IndiGo’s total order with Airbus to 1,330, making it the world’s biggest A320 Family customer. The Historic Order


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Paris Airshow: flynas Expands Fleet with 30 More A320neo Family Aircraft

In a significant development announced at the Paris Airshow, Saudi Arabia’s flynas, a leading low-cost airline in the Middle East, has firmed up an order with Airbus for 30 new A320neo Family aircraft. This move takes the airline’s total order with Airbus to 120 A320neo aircraft, including 10 A321XRLs, underscoring


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Air Mauritius A350 Expansion Announced at Paris Airshow

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Airbus Highlights A330 MRTT at Paris Air Show 2023

On the occasion of the Paris Airshow 2023, airbus is showing the capabilities of the mighty A330 MRTT to the world of Military aviation. The advanced aircraft is revolutionizing aerial refueling and multi-role operations focused on defense and military. The plane is derived from the highly-performing Airbus 330 platform; this


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Paris Air Show Returns with Renewed Focus on Defense Aircraft and Drones

The Paris Air Show makes a triumphant return, known as the “recovery airshow,” after being canceled in 2021 due to the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the industry. The show is taking place at Le Bourget airport near Paris and has become a bustling hub, with aircraft manufacturers


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Electric VTOL Taxi Race: Volkswagen, Stellantis, and More at Paris Air Show

Taxiservices via VTOL vehicles are still rather new. Some services do already exist, so it was just a question of time, until when the first e-Version will be completely market ready. China – the trailblazer for the industry? Since 2022 Volkwagen is already fliying with a passenger drone in the


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The Paris Airshow: A Global Stage for Diplomacy

The Paris Airshow is one of the world’s largest and most important aviation events. Held every two years, the airshow attracts representatives from over 100 countries and showcases the latest in aircraft technology. In addition to being a showcase for new aircraft, the Paris Airshow is also a forum for


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#Aviation News

Emirates Airline Chief Advocates for Airbus A380neo

The aviation industry is always evolving, and Emirates Airline is at the forefront of this change. Sir Tim Clark, the chief of Emirates Airline, has reiterated his call for Airbus to develop a re-engined A380neo. He believes that the addition of a next-generation powerplant could deliver fuel-burn savings of up


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Emirates Rolls Out Commercial Management Rotations Across Outstations

Emirates has announced a series of commercial management rotations across its outstations in West Asia, Central Asia, Indian Ocean, and East Asia. The move is part of the airline’s strategy to place UAE talent in commercial roles and strengthen its presence in key markets across its network. Rotation of Commercial


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Boeing’s Outlook: The Future of Commercial Aviation Requires 42,600 New Airplanes Over the Next 20 Years

The aviation industry is on the precipice of significant evolution, forecasting a future shaped by innovation, efficiency, and sustainability. This article, deriving insights from the 2023 Commercial Market Outlook by Boeing, ventures into the future of commercial aviation, providing a glimpse into global air traffic and airplane demand trends. Airline


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Airbus Secures 70 New Orders Ahead of Paris Air Show

In the high-stakes world of aerospace, the Paris Air Show is the stage where giants flex their muscles. As the world’s largest and most influential aerospace event prepares to return after a four-year hiatus, Airbus SE is already stealing the spotlight. The company has announced a significant boost to its


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Bulgaria Air’s Airbus A220: Latest-Generation Addition to Fleet

Bulgaria Air now proudly hosts the Airbus A220 in its fleet, marking an important step towards greener aviation. The A220’s attributes of operational flexibility, unrivaled comfort, and reduced emissions make it a sought-after choice for airlines working towards more efficient and sustainable aircraft operations. With the addition of Bulgaria Air’s


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Paris Airshow 2023: Aircraft Attending List

The Paris Air Show 2023, the 54th edition of the world’s largest and longest-running aerospace trade show, is set to take off next week. This prestigious event, held at the Le Bourget is a grand spectacle that brings together the most innovative and technologically advanced aircraft from around the globe.


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Unveiling the Qantas A350 Cabin Design for Project Sunrise Flights

Imagine boarding a flight in Australia and stepping off the plane in New York or London without having experienced a single layover. This dream is about to become a reality with Qantas’s Project Sunrise flights. The cornerstone of this groundbreaking initiative is the Qantas A350, a purpose-built aircraft designed to


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Decade of Airbus A350: Marking the Journey Since Its Maiden Flight

Ten years ago, the Airbus A350 embarked on its maiden flight, signaling a new era in the aviation industry. This monumental event took place on June 14, 2013, and marked the beginning of a game-changing journey that has continued to impact global aviation to this day. 🎉🛫 Celebrating a decade


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Egypt Airshow 2024: A New Gateway to Aerospace in Africa & The Middle East

We’re excited to share with you the official press release for the inaugural Egypt Airshow 2024. This groundbreaking event, supported by Egypt’s Ministry of Defence, the Egyptian Air Force, and the Ministry of Civil Aviation, will take place at the El Alamein New International Airport in May 2024. The show


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Riyadh Air: Saudi Arabia’s Newest Airline in the Saudi’s Sky for the First Time

Yesterday marked a historic day for Saudi Arabia as thousands of residents and visitors witnessed the inaugural flight of Riyadh Air, the nation’s newest airline. With its striking purple hue, Riyadh Air represents yet another monumental project in the rapidly advancing travel and tourism sector of the kingdom. A New


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Egypt to Launch 1st Egypt Air Show in May 2024

In collaboration with Arabian World Events (AWE), the Assist Agency organized a global press conference to announce the inaugural Egypt Air Show 2024. The event is slated to occur in May 2024 at Al Alamein International Airport, backed by the Egyptian Armed Forces and Air Forces. The conference attracted an


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Plane Crashes in Virginia After Pilot Passes Out

A private jet crashed in a mountainous region in Virginia on June 4th, 2023 after flying over a restricted airspace in Washington D.C. There were no survivors among four people onboard the aircraft. Details  The plane, a Cessna 560 Citation V, belonged to a company owned by multi-millionaire John Rumpel


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Sources: British Airways Former BOAC 747 Will Be Scrapped

The iconic British Airways Boeing 747, adorned in the retro BOAC 747 livery, is regrettably destined for dismantling due to insufficient funds allocated for the aircraft’s preservation. This particular jet, identified as G-BYGC, holds historical significance, as it was the final 747 to take to the skies on December 11,


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Ethiopian Airlines Group’s Road to Recovery and Expansion

CEO Mesfin Tasew of the Ethiopian Airlines Group confirmed that the company has fully returned to pre-pandemic operational levels. He further outlined plans to expand the airline’s fleet and network map, illustrating the robust ambition of the carrier. “We’re currently operating around 140 aircraft, but this number continuously varies. By


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Air India’s First International Journey: A Look Back at The Historic Flight 75 Years Ago

Today marks the 75th anniversary of an iconic event, Air India’s first international journey. A Lockheed Constellation L-749A, aptly named the ‘Malabar Princess,’ ventured on its maiden international voyage. The flight, commanded by Captain KR Gujdar, originated from Mumbai and touched down in London. Departing just past 11:00 pm local


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The Future of Flying: AI in Aviation

With the recent proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in the world, such as ChatGPT and AI-generated art, how will this revolutionary technology transform the aviation industry and the way we fly? In this article, we will explore some of the ways that AI can be and is being used


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INCIDENT: Two Airbus A330s Collide on Ground at Tokyo Haneda Airport

On a fateful day at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, a serious incident occurred involving two Airbus A330 passenger jets. The Japanese transport ministry reported that the Thai Airways Airbus A330-300 (registration HS-TEO) and Eva Air Airbus A330-300 (registration B-16340) collided near a taxiway. The mishap took place as Thai flight #TG683,


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Boeing 777 and CAD: The First Aircraft to Harness the Power of Computer-Aided Design

Imagine a world on the brink of technological change. It’s the 80s, and aviation needs are escalating. This is when the Boeing 777 made its debut, not just as another aircraft, but as a symbol of a new era in aircraft design. This groundbreaking jet bridged the gap between Boeing’s


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Stockport Air Disaster: A Tragic Incident in UK Aviation History

In the late 60s, the UK witnessed a devastating aviation accident involving a British Midland Airways’ Canadair C-4 Argonaut aircraft. Although nearly six decades have passed, the tragedy remains etched in the annals of UK aviation history. This article aims to shed light on the incident that has since become


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IATA’s Alarm: Airline Profit Margins Remain Alarmingly Thin

IATA’s Director General, Willie Walsh, recently gave a wake-up call to the aviation industry about the precarious state of airline profit margins. His revelations were part of a broader discussion at IATA’s 79th Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit, held in Istanbul, Türkiye. The Current Profit Situation This


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Riyadh Air Reveals New Livery and Receives IATA Code RX

Saudi Arabia’s newest airline, Riyadh Air, continues to make significant strides since its launch. Not only has the airline been assigned the Airline Designator Code RX by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), marking its official engagement with the global airline community, but it has also recently unveiled the first


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Air Algérie Airbus Order: A330-900s and A350-1000s Join the Fleet

In a substantial stride forward, Air Algérie, Algeria’s flagship airline, recently confirmed an Airbus order for seven widebody aircraft. This move not only underscores its deep-rooted association with Airbus but also paves the way for its ambitious commercial growth. A330neo and A350-1000: Powering Air Algérie’s Airbus Order Central to Air


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FAA Cracks Down on Unruly Passengers

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating a series of unruly passenger incidents. In recent months, there have been a number of reports of passengers becoming unruly on flights, including assaulting flight attendants and refusing to wear masks. The FAA is investigating these incidents and has taken a number of


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Egyptair’s Boeing 737 Blew Out a Tire During Landing in Jeddah

On the morning of Sunday 28th of May, Egyptair announced its plane blew out a tire during the landing at the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah city, a coastal city in the Saudi Arabia Kingdom. The National carrier of Egypt declared that despite this unfortunate accident, the landing was successful without


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China’s C919 Makes Its First Commercial Flight

China’s aviation industry reached a significant milestone as the country’s first domestically produced passenger jet, the C919, embarked on its inaugural commercial flight. The momentous event was captured by state TV, showcasing the C919 soaring into the skies above Shanghai and making its way to the capital city of Beijing.


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Boeing Plane Numbering: Why Do Boeing Plane Models Start and End With the Number 7

Have you ever wondered why Boeing plane models follow a unique numbering convention? From the iconic 707 to the modern 787 Dreamliner, these aircraft names start and end with the number 7. In this article, we’ll delve into the fascinating world of Boeing’s plane numbering system, exploring the reasons behind


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Crucial Factors Affecting Aircraft Takeoff Distance and What Pilots Can Do About It

The adrenaline rush that accompanies the surge of power felt during an airplane’s takeoff is a captivating experience. However, the complexities of aircraft takeoff extend far beyond this initial thrill, deeply rooted in intricate maneuvering and meticulous calculations. This process, primarily defined in terms of Takeoff Distance (TOD), involves two


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Air India Express Launches Nationwide Recruitment Drive

In an effort to meet the growing demands of its operations, Air India Express, the low-cost carrier subsidiary of Air India, has recently completed a nationwide recruitment drive to find new pilots and cabin crew members. The recruitment drive was conducted to increase the airline’s staffing levels in anticipation of


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Turkish Airlines Gears Up for Massive 600 Aircraft Order Announcement

Turkish Airlines teases a gargantuan order of 600 aircraft. The first part of this deal will be announced at the forthcoming IATA AGM in Istanbul, 4-6 June. Professor Doctor Ahmed Bolat, the airline’s Chairman, shared some details at the airline’s new menu reveal event a couple of days ago. Turkish


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SAUDIA and Kuwait Airways Announce Codeshare Agreement

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA), the national flag carrier of Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait Airways, the national carrier of the State of Kuwait, have announced a codeshare agreement. This SAUDIA Kuwait Airways codeshare agreement marks a significant step towards enhanced connections and convenience for guests of both airlines. Details of the


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Video: Cargolux Boeing 747 Loses Part of Landing Gear During Emergency Landing

In a notable incident at Luxembourg Airport, a Boeing 747-400 cargo plane from Cargolux lost a part of its main landing gear during an emergency landing on Sunday evening. The aircraft, registered as LX-OCV, took off from Luxembourg airport bound for Chicago ORD. However, the pilots soon reported a malfunction.


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Qatar Airways Welcomes First New Airbus A350 After Long Wait

Qatar Airways is now home to its first new Airbus A350 aircraft in nearly two and a half years. A brand-new A350-1000 flew from Toulouse to Doha on May 12th. This significant event marks a milestone for the airline. The A7-ANT registered plane, the 20th A350-1000, brings the total count


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Qatar Airways Flight Forced to Divert Due to Clear Air Turbulence

On May 10th, 2023, a Qatar Airways flight QR960 traveling from Doha to Denpasar encountered severe clear air turbulence, causing injuries to multiple passengers. As a result, the flight had to divert unexpectedly to Bangkok, where both passengers and crew members were provided with medical assistance. Turbulence Over the Bay


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Delta Air Lines’ Exclusive Porsche Transfer Service: Luxury Travel at Its Finest

Delta Air Lines provides an exclusive Porsche transfer service that embodies luxury and extravagance, which most travelers only fantasize about. The airline offers this exceptional service as a surprise transfer option to some of its customers at specific airports. This article aims to explore Delta’s Porsche transfer service in-depth and


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Emirates Records Highest Profit in History

In a stunning display of resilience, Emirates Airlines has not just recovered from the pandemic, but soared to new heights. The company has announced a record-breaking profit of AED 10.6 billion ($2.9 billion) for the financial year ending March 31st, 2023, making it the most profitable year in its history.


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Maximizing Jet Engine Efficiency: The Benefits of Rolls-Royce’s TotalCare Program

Rolls-Royce provides a comprehensive engine management service, TotalCare program, that offers multiple engine maintenance plans to its customers. Jet engines are expensive and critical assets, and to maintain their longevity, operators often seek OEMs and third-party facilities for engine maintenance. The TotalCare program includes predictive maintenance planning, work scope management,


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Philippine Airlines Reinforces Long-Haul Fleet with Airbus A350-1000

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has taken a major step forward. The carrier recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus. This agreement covers the purchase of nine A350-1000s. Philippine Airlines Airbus A350-1000 is a part of PAL’s Ultra Long Haul Fleet project. Philippine Airlines Airbus A350-1000: Taking Non-Stop Services to


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#Aviation News

Emirates SkyCargo Strengthens Fleet with Boeing 747-400 Freighters

In a strategic move, Emirates SkyCargo bolsters its fleet by leasing two Boeing 747-400 freighters. This step is part of the larger plan to amplify the SkyCargo division’s capacity and set unique precedence by being an operator of both the 747 and the Airbus A380. Boeing 747-400 Freighters: The Pillar


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The Incredible Boeing 747-400: Which Airlines Still Operate Them Today?

With a production run that spanned over three decades, the Boeing 747-400 has been a reliable aircraft with 694 planes built. As the 35th anniversary of the 747-400’s inaugural flight approaches, it’s essential to review which airlines are still operating these planes with the most significant number of flight cycles.


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Jazeera Airways’ 7th Destination in Egypt: Sphinx International Airport

Jazeera Airways, a budget airline based in Kuwait, has disclosed its intentions to include Sphinx International Airport (SPX) to its list of destinations in Egypt, making it the seventh airport in the country to be served by the airline. Starting May 16, the airline will start providing direct flights between


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#Airlines of the World

EgyptAir Celebrates 91 Years of Service: A Look Back at Its History, Achievements, and Future

EgyptAir, the national flag carrier of Egypt, Celebrates 91 Years of Service, marking nearly a century of service in the aviation industry. As one of the world’s oldest airlines, the seventh carrier globally, EgyptAir has an impressive history and has experienced numerous significant events throughout its existence. In this article,


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#Aviation News

Double Trouble: Ground Collision Incidents at Chinese Airports Raise Alarm

On the same day in China, two separate ground collision incidents took place, raising concerns about the safety of ground operations at airports. A passenger shuttle bus crashed through a glass wall at Xiamen Airport, while a tow truck collided with an Airbus A320 at Shanghai Pudong Airport. Let’s examine


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Flight Review: Jet2 737-300 Leeds Bradford Airport to Paris CDG

Route Leeds Bradford Airport- Charles de Gaulle Terminal 3 Flight Number LS315 Seat Number 24F Flight Time 1 hour 30 minutes Baggage Allowance 10KG Cabin Bag + 1 Small Bag (included) Price £113/€128.25 (One way) Honest Rating 4/5 Basic flight info (N.B Prices for this flight review will be in


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#Aviation News

Emirates and Etihad Airways Sign Historic Interline Agreement

The United Arab Emirates witnessed a groundbreaking moment in aviation as its two main airlines, Dubai-based Emirates and Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, signed a memorandum of understanding for a proposed interline agreement. This unprecedented cooperation between the carriers is set to enhance UAE tourism and offer passengers more options and


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Airbus A350 Freighter Delivery Delayed to Early 2026

The aviation industry has been eagerly anticipating the arrival of the Airbus A350 freighter, a state-of-the-art aircraft designed to revolutionize cargo transportation. However, Airbus recently announced a delay in the A350F’s entry-to-service, pushing it from late 2025 to early 2026. This news comes amid a challenging first quarter for the


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Emirates Signs Tourism Agreements to Boost Travel to Morocco and Zimbabwe

During the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) event held on May 02 in Dubai, Emirates, a prominent airline, signed two Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with the governments of Zimbabwe and Morocco. These agreements aim to boost tourism in both Northern and Southern Africa and were signed to enhance cooperation between the


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Air Canada’s Bigger Planes Take Flight: Montreal-Cairo Route Resumes with 787-9 Aircraft

Air Canada has resumed its summer-seasonal service from Montreal to Cairo, one of three African destinations served by the airline from Montreal. This route was launched in 2021, 12 years after EgyptAir ended it, and has been primarily focused on the Egyptian diaspora in Montreal and connections over Montreal, with


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Ethiopian Aviation University Begins Aircraft Component Production

Ethiopian Airlines Group is taking African aviation to new heights by venturing into aircraft component production and expanding its education arm, Ethiopian Aviation University (EAU). With over 65 years of experience in training pilots, cabin crew, and technicians, the group aims to transform the future of aviation education in Africa


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#Aviation Stories

5 Wild Flight Disruption Stories That will Leave You Speechless

Air travel is a convenient and efficient way to get from one place to another, but sometimes things don’t go as planned. Flight Disruption and cancellations are common occurrences, but sometimes the reasons for these disruptions are downright wild. Here are five unbelievable stories of flight disruptions that will leave


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#Aviation News

Boeing Expands ecoDemonstrator Program with “Explorer” Aircraft

Boeing is taking a bold step forward in the realm of sustainability and safety by expanding its ecoDemonstrator flight-test program. With the addition of Explorer airplanes and a 2023 plan to assess 19 technologies on the Boeing 777 ecoDemonstrator, the company aims to further accelerate innovation for a more sustainable


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#Informative

Solar Impulse 2: The Groundbreaking Solar-Powered Aircraft that Circled the World

The Solar Impulse 2, a solar-powered aircraft, made history by completing the first circumnavigation of the Earth powered solely by solar energy. Designed by Swiss pioneers Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg, this innovative aircraft with a wingspan of 72 meters and covered in over 17,000 solar cells showcased the potential


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#Informative

Why the Airbus A380 Only Utilizes Reverse Thrust on Its Inner Engines

The Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft, is a marvel of engineering. You might assume that such a massive plane requires reverse thrust on all four engines to help it stop after landing. Surprisingly, the A380 is equipped with reverse thrust on only its two inner engines. In this


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Flydubai Boeing 737-800 Encounters Engine Fire Following Bird Strike

A flydubai Boeing 737-800 experienced an engine fire shortly after taking off from Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM) in Kathmandu, Nepal. The incident was caused by a bird strike. The aircraft, operating under flight number FZ576, was en route to Dubai International Airport (DXB) in the United Arab Emirates. Bird Strike


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Experience a World of Luxury: Qatar Airways Launches Al Mourjan Business Lounge – The Garden

Qatar Airways has recently revealed its latest addition to the lounge offerings at Doha’s Hamad International Airport – The Al Mourjan Business Lounge – The Garden. Set in the newly expanded North section of the airport, this lounge boasts stunning views of the Orchard Garden and provides a one-of-a-kind experience


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#Analysis


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Boeing Dreamlifter: A Masterpiece of Ingenuity and Function

The Boeing Dreamlifter is a marvel of aviation engineering, specifically designed to transport large cargo, such as aircraft parts. This modified Boeing 747 has impressive specs, unique features, and is an essential component of Boeing’s aircraft manufacturing process. In this detailed article, we will explore the Dreamlifter’s capabilities and compare


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American Airlines Boeing 737 Suffers Engine Flameout After Hitting Flock of Geese

An American Airlines Boeing 737 flight experienced a dramatic engine flameout when a flock of geese collided with the aircraft shortly after take-off. The frightening event was captured on video and posted online, showing the aircraft emitting flames before returning to the airport. Fortunately, no injuries were reported. Terrifying Moment


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#Aviation News

Mexican Government Finalizes Sale of Presidential Boeing 787 to Tajikistan

On Thursday, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that Tajikistan had purchased the presidential jet, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Since taking office, López Obrador has tried to sell the presidential jet, registration XC-MEC or TP-01, which he has called a “pharaonic and indecent aircraft.” Former President Felipe Calderón bought


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Air India Pilot Investigated for Flight Deck Breach with Female Friend

An Air India pilot is currently under investigation for allegedly flouting flight deck procedures during a flight from Dubai to Delhi. According to reports, the captain invited a female friend into the cockpit during the flight and requested that she be served food and drinks from business class. The incident


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Sky High Dreams: Top 5 Degrees for Aspiring Pilots

If you’ve always dreamt of becoming a pilot, you may be wondering what educational path to take to make that dream a reality. While obtaining a pilot’s license and undergoing flight training are crucial steps, having a relevant degree can provide you with a solid foundation and increase your chances


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#Informative

Jet Engines: How They Work and Power Modern Aviation?

Jet engines revolutionized air travel over half a century ago, propelling humanity to new heights of speed, efficiency, and accessibility. Understanding the intricate workings of these powerful engines can be a daunting task, but with the right guidance, it becomes an intriguing exploration of modern aviation technology. In this article,


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Longest Runways

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Flying High: Exploring Finland’s Top 5 Airports with the Longest Runways

Finland’s unique geography and position as a strategic hub for air travel make it an important destination for travelers, military personnel, and cargo operators alike. With a growing demand for air travel, it’s vital to have airports with runways capable of handling a range of aircraft. In this article, we’ll


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#Aviation News

Emirates Boosts Flight Frequencies for Eid Travel

As Eid Al Fitr approaches, Emirates boosts flight frequencies to cater to the surge in demand across the GCC and Middle East. With over 110,000 passengers expected and 38 additional flights across six cities, the airline is set to provide a seamless and enjoyable travel experience. Join us as we


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Pilot Retirements

#Aviation News

Pilot Retirements Pose Challenges for US Airlines in the Coming Years

The aviation industry is set to face a major challenge in the coming years as a significant number of pilots will be forced to retire due to age restrictions. According to the Regional Airline Association (RAA), nearly 50% of the commercial airline workforce will retire over the next 15 years


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Boeing 737 MAX Delivery Delays Impact Airlines’ Summer Plans

Boeing 737 MAX faces delivery delays due to a recent production quality issue. These delays affect approximately 45 to 50 MAXs planned for airlines’ summer schedules, impacting customers like Southwest Airlines and Ryanair. The situation emphasizes the need for strict manufacturing processes and regulatory compliance in the aviation industry. Production


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#Aviation News

Austrian Airlines Anticipates Arrival of First Boeing 787 Dreamliner in 2024

Austrian Airlines has shared its long-haul fleet modernization plans, which include the arrival of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner at the beginning of 2024. This delivery is expected to positively impact the airline’s 2024 summer schedule and enhance passenger comfort. In the coming years, Austrian Airlines will receive a total


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#Aviation News

Airbus Warns of A320neo Family Jet Delivery Delays in 2024

Airbus, the European aircraft manufacturer, has recently informed its customers about potential delivery delays for their A320neo family jets starting in 2024. This development comes amidst the challenging operating climate in the aviation industry. In this article, we will examine the factors contributing to these delays and the impact on


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#Aviation News

Saudia Records 94% Increase in Global Travelers in Q1 2023

In the first quarter of 2023, Saudia reported a 35% increase in the total number of guests across its flight network compared to the same period last year. The airline transported 7 million guests, including 3.2 million domestic guests and 3.8 million international guests. This notable 94% increase reaffirms Saudia’s


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Aircraft Hotels

#Analysis

Top 5: Unique Aircraft Hotels to Add to Your Travel Bucket List

Are you looking for a unique travel experience that combines aviation and hospitality? Look no further than aircraft hotels, where decommissioned planes have been transformed into one-of-a-kind accommodations. From narrowbodies to jumbo jets, here are five aircraft hotels that should be on your travel bucket list. 1. Jumbo Stay –


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#Aviation News

Qatar Airways Tailstrike Incident: Airbus A350 Damaged at Islamabad

A recent Qatar Airways tailstrike incident involving an Airbus A350-900 at Islamabad International Airport (ISB) in Pakistan has caused damage to the aircraft’s aft fuselage. The event underscores the importance of safety in the aviation industry and the need for preparedness in handling such occurrences. In this article, we delve


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Court Acquits Air France & Airbus of Manslaughter Charges in AF447 Crash

Air France and Airbus were recently acquitted of charges connected to the tragic Air France Flight AF447 crash in 2009. Although the prosecution found some acts of imprudence by both the manufacturer and the airline, they did not find enough evidence to prove criminal negligence on their part. Background of


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#Aviation History

The Mystery of the Second Antonov An-225: Why Was It Never Completed?

The devastating loss of the first and only operational Antonov An-225 Mriya, the world’s largest aircraft, during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, has shaken the aviation world. As the aviation community mourns the demise of this unparalleled marvel of engineering, attention turns to the enigmatic second An-225. A partially-constructed behemoth


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#Aviation News

Emirates Airbus A380 Returns to Casablanca Airport

The aviation industry continues to rebound as Emirates A380 returns to Casablanca Airport, replacing the daily Boeing 777 service. The iconic superjumbo is back in action, highlighting the resurgence of passenger demand on the popular route between Dubai and Morocco. Learn more about this exciting development and what it means


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#Aviation News

Video: Cargolux Boeing 747 Damaged During Landing at Luxembourg

A Cargolux Boeing 747 freighter experienced a landing incident at Luxembourg Airport, which was caught on video and is now circulating on social media. The aircraft attempted a go-around and managed to land safely moments later, with no reported injuries. The video footage shows the Cargolux Boeing 747 freighter approaching


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Why Traveling to Sudan May Not Be the Ideal Destination Right Now?

Considering traveling to Sudan as part of your African adventure? I advise you to to think twice and cross Sudan from your list. Though Sudan has great famous places, such as the Pyramids of Meroe and Temples of Soleb, it is not safe to go there. This is only sometimes


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Breaking News: Saudia Airlines A330 Damaged in Accident at Khartoum Airport

Last Update: 15 April 15:45 UTC Saudia Airlines has confirmed that one of its A330 aircraft was involved in an accident at Khartoum International Airport on Saturday, April 15. The incident occurred just before the plane was scheduled to take off for Riyadh at 07:30 UTC. Following the accident, all


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Qatar Airways Welcomes Its First Boeing 737 MAX

Qatar Airways has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX, with the MAX 8 departing Everett Paine Field on April 13th for its ferry service to the airline’s Doha base. The incoming MAX 8s, some of which were initially ordered by Russia’s S7 Airlines, will replace the airline’s older


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#Analysis

Airbus Struggles in Q1 2023, Deliveries Fall 9% Compared to Last Year

Airbus is off to a challenging start in 2023, with its Q1 aircraft deliveries down 9% compared to the same period last year. Despite setting a goal of 720 aircraft deliveries for the year, Airbus managed to deliver only 127 in the first quarter. The European manufacturer released its March


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On October 4 2021, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. introduced two all-new aircraft, further expanding its ultramodern, high-technology family of aircraft: the Gulfstream G800 and the Gulfstream G400.

#Informative

Luxury Redefined: Discover the Gulfstream G800 Business Jet

The Gulfstream G800 is a remarkable luxury business jet that sets a new standard for air travel. Its unmatched engineering and cutting-edge technology make it stand out in the aviation industry. The G800’s cabin is customizable, offering the latest entertainment systems without compromising on performance. Additionally, the cockpit system is


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Atea eVTOL

#sustainability

Atea eVTOL: The Future of Clean Air Mobility

Ascendance Flight Technologies, a French-based startup, unveiled its Atea electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft in 2021. With plans to begin testing in 2023, followed by production in 2025, the company has been making steady progress towards its goal of delivering a sustainable aircraft that can significantly reduce carbon


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Ryanair Boeing 737

#Aviation News

Ryanair Boeing 737 Faces Nose Wheel Malfunction During Landing in Dublin

On April 9th, Dublin Airport was put on high alert as a Ryanair Boeing 737 experienced a malfunction in its nose wheel upon landing. The incident affected operations on the airport’s south runway, leading to temporary closures and several flight diversions. Fortunately, there were no reported injuries in connection with


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#Flight reviews

Flight Review: easyJet A321-200 Salzburg to London Gatwick

Route W.A Mozart Salzburg Airport Terminal 2- London Gatwick North Terminal Flight Number EZY 8560 Seat Number 40A (Note. Row 40 has no windows) Flight Time 2 Hours 5 Minutes Baggage Allowance 23KG Hold luggage (Paid for) + 15KG Under Seat Cabin Bag Price £430/€487.69 (Return Ticket) Honest Rating 2/5


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British Airways

#Aviation News

Deicing Delays: British Airways Pays the Price

United States aviation law applies to all airlines equally, as demonstrated by the recent fine imposed on British Airways for a delay in Austin, Texas in 2017. The US Department of Transportation (USDOT) has fined the airline $135,000, with half of the amount suspended depending on compliance. The Incident After


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#Informative

The Story of the A220, how it Came About and How it’s Becoming Popular

Aside from the fact that the Airbus A220 is the only airbus aircraft to not have a 3 in its name, the A220 is special from the fact that it isn’t fully made by Airbus, but instead a joint venture between them and Bombardier. This is all because of what


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#Analysis

Atlanta Airport Retains Title for Busiest Airport

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) has once again been named the world’s busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic for the year 2022.  According to data published by The Airports Council International (ACI) this Wednesday, Atlanta leads the list of busiest airports by a large margin, with around 93 million


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#Informative

What Happens When a Baby is Born Mid-Flight?

The birth of a child is an extraordinary event, but what if that child is born at an altitude of 35,000 feet in an airplane? These unusual circumstances raise questions about medical requirements, legal implications, and citizenship. Along with these concerns, the widespread myth that babies born on planes receive


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#Airlines of the World

The Rise of Emirates: Where They Came from and Where They are Now

Emirates airlines is one of the largest airlines in the world, carrying 60 million passengers in the year of 2019. To put that into perspective, that’s as if every single person in the country of Italy decided to fly Emirates. But, from a nation which has only recently rose to


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Airspace

#Aviation News

Turkish Authorities Close Airspace to Flights from Northern Iraq

In response to an alleged increase in Kurdish militant activity in the region, Turkish authorities have banned all flights to and from Sulaymaniyah International Airport in Kurdish-administered northern Iraq from passing through its airspace. The ban will reportedly be in place until July, with a possibility of an extension. Officials


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#Aviation News


#boeing

Boeing Resumes 767 Deliveries After Three-Month Pause

After a brief halt in operations due to quality concerns affecting both commercial and military versions of its widebody aircraft, Boeing resumes 767 deliveries. On April 5, the US manufacturer confirmed that the delivery of the type had resumed, though no further details were provided. FedEx Receives First 767 Delivery


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Codeshare

#Aviation News

Fly Further with Emirates & United Airlines’ Codeshare Partnership for Enhanced Travel Options

On March 30th, Emirates and United Airlines began their codeshare partnership, which will provide passengers with better connectivity options when flying between the US and the Middle East. The partnership was announced six months ago with the goal of increasing interlining activities and establishing a codeshare agreement between the two airlines. Enhancing


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#Informative

Top Gun Maverick: Real or Fantasy?

The recent movie of Tom Cruise, Top Gun Maverick, was more than thrilling. It was an adrenaline rush. Such first-rate movies not only win the critics but also move the audience’s hearts. Though this movie owes some of its success to its hero Tom Cruise, there are other factors, most


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#Informative

The Process of Attaching Aircraft Engines

The seemingly simple placement of engines in modern aircraft belies the complex engineering and meticulous design that goes into securing these powerful components. While large commercial aircraft commonly have engines mounted in pods beneath the wings, the attachment process is a finely-tuned balance of safety, functionality, and performance. In this


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#Aviation News

Schengen Visa Process Goes Digital: Simplifying Applications for All Nationalities

The European Union (EU) Council recently unveiled significant updates to the Schengen Visa process that will affect applicants of all nationalities. The primary focus of these changes is to digitize the application process, simplifying procedures for applicants and enhancing the security of the Schengen area. A One-Stop Platform for Visa


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The Deadliest April Aviation Accidents: A Visual Retrospective

#Aviation History

April’s Deadliest Aviation Accidents: A Look Back Through History

The aviation industry is one of the most crucial modes of transportation in the world. It has revolutionized the way we travel, making it possible to connect with people and places that were once inaccessible. However, the sky is not always a safe place, and accidents do happen. This article


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#Aviation for Aviators announcements

Important Update: Resolved Technical Email Issue

Dear valued subscribers and followers, We would like to apologize for the recent influx of irrelevant emails and the unusual content that appeared on our homepage. We identified that a technical error, most likely stemming from a third-party bug, occurred while we were working on a new design for our


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Qatar Airways MAX 8

#Aviation News


#boeing

Qatar Airways Acquires Boeing 737 MAX 8s Initially Ordered by Russia’s S7

Qatar Airways is preparing to deploy the Boeing 737 MAX 8 for its short-haul operations. The airline is set to receive at least nine MAX 8s initially ordered by Russia’s S7 airline, now rendered undeliverable due to sanctions following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. S7’s Boeing 737 MAX 8s: A Change


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Airfares

#Analysis

Middle East and Asia-Pacific Aviation Threatened by Rising Airfares

The aviation industry has faced significant challenges over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a sharp decline in demand for air travel. However, as the world begins to recover, the industry faces new challenges that threaten to slow down the aviation recovery. One of the most


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#Informative

Can a Plane Retract its Landing Gear While Still on the Ground?

The world of aviation is full of fascinating questions that capture the imagination of pilots, engineers, and enthusiasts alike. One such intriguing query is whether an aircraft can retract its landing gear while still on the ground. To answer this question, we’ll take you on a journey through the inner


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ATC Strikes

#Aviation News

Air Travel Nightmare: British Airways Cancels Flights Due to the French ATC Strikes

British Airways has canceled 61 flights across its network, citing a combination of bad weather (ATC Strikes) and ongoing air traffic control industrial action in France. The cancelations mainly affected short-haul flights, and many of British Airways’ key European routes overfly French airspace. The airline also experienced delays in another


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#boeing

EVA Air Expands Fleet with Five Additional Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners

EVA Air, the Taiwanese airline, recently announced the addition of five Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners to its fleet. This move aims to increase the efficiency of the carrier’s operations using widebody aircraft, a decision that industry insiders have anticipated. Repeat Orders Demonstrate Confidence in Dreamliner This latest order for the 787-9


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photo of an abandoned ekranoplan during sunset

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The Caspian Sea Monster – The Fascinating Story of the Soviet Ekranoplan

During the Cold War, the Soviet Union was known for developing unique and innovative aircraft designs, including the Ekranoplan, also known as the Caspian Sea Monster. This remarkable aircraft was designed to fly at low altitudes over water, using ground effect to achieve lift and fly at high speeds. While


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The B-17 Flying Fortress: A Legendary Bomber Aircraft of World War II

Let’s first listen to how the machine sounds. Enjoy! The B-17 Flying Fortress was a critical component of the Allied forces during World War II. With its powerful engines, advanced weaponry, and remarkable durability, this bomber aircraft became an icon of American air power. Its contributions to the war effort


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