The Origins of Aviation & Airlines

For anything in this life, there is a beginning. For aviation the beginning is considered to be a little different and unique, simply because, who in the ancient times ever thought that humans can fly?! Since humans first observed the flight of birds, birds became the idol of those humans who have been dreaming toContinue reading “The Origins of Aviation & Airlines”

Airbus A350 VS. Boeing 787

There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected air travel and airline industry. These effects eventually quickened the retirement of the 4 engines airliners such as the 747 and the A380. Those aircraft were always known for its features of its long-haul flights. And nowadays, Airbus A350 & Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft becomingContinue reading “Airbus A350 VS. Boeing 787”

The Queen of the Skies’ Success Story

There is perhaps no other commercial airliner as iconic as the Boeing 747. A presence in our skies for over fifty years, it has transported millions of passengers across the world. Since its introduction with Pan American Airlines in 1970, it has persevered as one of the forerunners of commercial flight. Often labeled as theContinue reading “The Queen of the Skies’ Success Story”

Is it safe to fly an airplane nowadays?

Nowadays, the globe is undergoing extraordinary conditions-ones that were never experienced before! These conditions are especially tough on the aviation and airlines industry; but with travel demand increasing day by day and as countries loosen restrictions, airlines and airplane manufacturers are mounting a major push to build confidence among travellers.

Concorde, The Subersonic Airliner, and why it Stopped Flying

Believe it or not, the world witnessed a flight between London and New York that took about three hours only! (Nowadays it takes about 8 hours to fly this flight) So how was that possible and what kind of airplane that was able to fly about 5,600 km (3,500 miles) in only 3 hours?! ItContinue reading “Concorde, The Subersonic Airliner, and why it Stopped Flying”

Almost 30% of pilots in Pakistan have fake licenses, aviation minister says;

Islamabad, Pakistan – On Wednesday the 24th of June 2020, Pakistan’s Aviation Ministry revealed the most extraordinary and terrible story in the aviation history: “Almost 1 in 3 of civilian pilots in Pakistan have fake licenses and are not qualified to fly”!

How Can You Recognize the Type of a Commercial Airplane (Wide Body Airplanes) [Boeing]

Have you ever been sitting in the airport waiting for your flight whilst watching planes of different sizes taxiing, taking – off, and/or landing infront of you? Did that ever make you wonder what type of planes are these? And how specialists differentiate between them?

How Can You Recognize the Type of a Commercial Airplane (Wide Body Airplanes) [Airbus]

Have you ever been sitting in the airport waiting for your flight whilst watching planes of different sizes taxiing, taking – off, and/or landing infront of you? Did that ever make you wonder what type of planes are these? And how specialists differentiate between them?

How Can You Recognize the Type of a Commercial Airplane (Narrow Body Airplanes) [Airbus & Boeing]

Have you ever been sitting in the airport waiting for your flight whilst watching planes with different sizes taxiing, taking – off, and/or landing infront of you? Did that ever make you wonder what type of planes are these? And how specialists differentiate between them?

IATA Recommends mandatory face-coverings for passengers and masks for crew.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) supports the idea of wearing face coverings for passengers and masks for crew while on board aircraft as a temporary procedure to prevent from the spread of CoronaVirus (COVID19) when people return to traveling by air.

The Phonetic Aviation Alphabet

Have you ever listened to a conversation between a pilot and the air traffic controller (ATC) during a flight? If yes, then for sure you noticed that they mention strange words in their conversations Like ‘Romeo’, ‘Juliet’ and ‘Hotel’ for example! But why they are saying this in their flight?! Of course you know ourContinue reading “The Phonetic Aviation Alphabet”

25 Million Jobs at Risk with Airline Shutdown.

On the 7th of April, Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA)-released a new analysis showing that 25 million jobs are at risk of disappearing with the plummeting demand for air travel amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Emirates Breaks Guinness Records with Most Nationalities on Board

Marking the 48th UAE National Day and the Year of Tolerance, 145 nationalities came together to set  Guinness World Record on Emirates flight EK2019. The flight included passengers from different backgrounds, ethnicity, religion and cultures all dressed up in their traditional clothes- honoring their different heritages. The flight left Dubai International Airport and headed for Sharjah,Continue reading “Emirates Breaks Guinness Records with Most Nationalities on Board”