Statement unveiling new order from Polish airline calls it a 737-8 aircraft first, before noting it is a Max jet An announcement that Boeing had sold new jetliners was getting notice for another reason: a possible name change of the aerospace giant's most troubled plane. Boeing said Wednesday that a Polish airline, Enter Air, had … Continue reading Boeing prepares a new name for 737 Max planes?!
It is every outdoor enthusiast’s dream destination. Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania’s northern region, generates around $50 million in annual tourism revenue for the country, thanks to its namesake mountain. Book a flight to Kilimanjaro with Qatar Airways and see a landscape that has remained largely unchanged for millennia. Whether you are a novice or a veteran … Continue reading Book a flight to Kilimanjaro with Qatar Airways
Today, zero-emission flight is closer to reality than ever. Electric and hybrid-electric propulsion is rapidly revolutionising mobility technologies across industries, from automotive to marine. And the aviation industry is no exception. According with Microsoft News, the world’s largest all-electric aircraft completed its first successful flight on Thursday. The Cessna Caravan aircraft is retrofitted with an … Continue reading Nine-seats electric aircraft completed its first successful flight to Washington
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We all agree that aviation is one of the most global of global industries. But now the industry is in survival mode, with airlines, airports and ground-handling firms all desperate to conserve their cash reserves, while their normal revenue streams have dried up. Vast parts of the network have been shut down as a result … Continue reading How will airlines be able to adapt to the current conditions in order to fly again?
April 27, 2020 marks 15 years from the first flight of the famous A380 plane. The A380 is a modern icon that has flown over 500,000 revenue flights carrying over 190 million passengers. This includes more than 300 commercial flights per day, which take off or land around the world every two minutes. Flying with … Continue reading Happy birthday Airbus A380!
AirAsia has announced the following measures to ensure the safety of passengers and crews (We reproduce the full communiqué of Captain Ling Liong Tien, Chief Safety OfficerOf AirAsia below): Your health and safety is always our top priority. As we prepare to return to the skies, you have our commitment that now, more than ever, … Continue reading Flying safe with AirAsia – Safety measures AirAsia implements On-Ground and In-flight
* versiunea in limba romana mai jos Last night I went out the window and looked at the sky. I saw the moon and the stars ... and I was sad because I realized something was missing: the planes! I didn't see any planes. Where are all those airplanes whose signal lights caught my eye … Continue reading No plane in the sky!