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Analysis17 hours ago

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...

Aviation News2 days ago

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...

airbus3 days ago

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...

Aviation News4 days ago

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...

Aviation News4 days ago

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...

Aviation News1 week ago

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...

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Aviation News3 weeks ago

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...

Aviation News3 weeks ago

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...

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Aviation News3 weeks ago

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...

Air Crash3 weeks ago

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...

History and Stories

Air Crash16 hours ago

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....

Aviation History2 months ago

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...

airbus2 months ago

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...

The Deadliest April Aviation Accidents: A Visual Retrospective The Deadliest April Aviation Accidents: A Visual Retrospective
Aviation History2 months ago

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...

Aviation History5 months ago

On This Day in 2009: The Airbus A320 That Landed on the Hudson River

On January 15th, 2009, US Airways Flight 1549 made history by successfully ditching in the Hudson River, resulting in no...

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Air Crash5 months ago

The Story of the Deadliest Air Crash on the British Ground: Pan Am 103

On December 21, 1988, Pan Am Flight 103, a regularly scheduled Pan American World Airways flight from Frankfurt, West Germany,...

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Air Crash7 months ago

The Deadliest Mid-Air Collision in History!

Let’s take a short trip to the past, specifically on the 12th of November in 1996 over the Indian village...

What Do You Know About The Historical Boeing 377 Stratocruiser? What Do You Know About The Historical Boeing 377 Stratocruiser?
Aviation History8 months ago

What Do You Know About The Historical Boeing 377 Stratocruiser?

Boeing returned to the commercial aviation industry following World War II with the Stratocruiser, a new long-range airliner (Model 377)....

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Air Crash8 months ago

How Braniff Flight 542 Disintegrated In Mid-Air Left Investigators Baffling

63 years ago, on September 29, 1959, Braniff Flight 542, traveling from Houston to Dallas, broke up in midair 41...

Aviation History8 months ago

How People Used To Book Their Flights Before The Internet?

Let’s take a quick free Flight. Operated by your device, to 60 years ago, and learn how people were booking...

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