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Which Aviation Training Centre in Europe to Choose?

Reading Time: 1 minute Undoubtedly, aviation continues to flourish at a furious pace. Especially booming economies, falling fuel prices, an ever-expanding foreign trade as well as the development of the tourism industry are pushing the sharp increase in the commercial sector which serves the greatest number of customers. Correspondingly, the skyrocketing demand for air services poses one of the […]

United Unveils New Polaris Business Cabin And Lounge

Reading Time: 1 minute United Airlines’ new premium business product—United Polaris—was unveiled today. The product rebranding includes all aircraft interiors, digital media, inflight service and airport lounges. It will be offered Dec. 1. “This completely reconceived experience exemplifies the new spirit of United and the innovation, excitement and operational momentum across our airline,” United president and CEO Oscar Munoz […]

Tires From 87 Merrill Field Planes Get Slashed And Vandalized

Reading Time: 1 minute Vandals slashed the tires of 87 planes at Merrill Field in Anchorage early Thursday morning. Officials and pilots at the field say it’s the largest act of air travel vandalism they’ve seen in their careers. Merrill Field Airport manager Paul Bowers said the vandalism likely occurred between 1:30 and 6:30 in the morning, but airport […]

Aeroflot Has Set In Operation Two New Sukhoi Superjet 100

Reading Time: 1 minute Aeroflot has taken delivery of its two new full-specification Sukhoi Superjet 100 (registration number RA-89059 and RA-89065) produced by JSC Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCA). RA-89059 has been named in honour of Alexey Semenkov, military figure and two-star general; RA-89065 – after Boris Osipov, an honoured Soviet pilot. New Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft has been transferred […]

Ryanair Reduces Some Baggage Fees

Reading Time: 2 minutes Ryanair today (2 Jun) cut its checked-in bag fees for 92% of its 116m customers, and simplified the number of bag fee options (from 108 to 6), as part of Year 3 of its “Always Getting Better” (AGB) programme, which continues to improve the customer experience, through service, digital and inflight developments. From today, customers […]

United Airlines Starts The Longest Flight Operated By 787 Dreamliner

Reading Time: 2 minutes United Airlines today launches the only nonstop flights between the United States and Singapore, using the world’s most advanced passenger airplane, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, to operate the service from the airline’s San Francisco Pacific-gateway hub. The nonstop flights connecting the two financial and tech centers will save travelers up to four hours’ journey time […]

Sukhoi Handed Over Another Batch Of Su-34 Frontline Bombers

Reading Time: 1 minute Today the Sukhoi Company handed over the first batch of Su-34 frontline bombers to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation according to the 2015 State Defense Order. The aircraft took off from the V.P. Chkalov Novosibirsk Aircraft Plant’s airfield and headed to the place of their deployment. Last year the Sukhoi Company’s branch […]

Bombardier C Series Aircraft Makes Its Dublin Debut

Reading Time: 2 minutes Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that the C Series aircraft liveried in first operator Swiss International Airlines’ (SWISS) colours will make its Irish debut in Dublin, Republic of Ireland ahead of the 72nd IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit. The CS100 aircraft – flight test vehicle five (FTV5) – will be […]

CityJet To Recruit 10 Trainee Pilots

Reading Time: 1 minute CityJet, the Irish European Regional airline, today formally launched its “Climb High” Mentored Cadet Programme and will commence recruitment for the first 10 trainee pilots in June. With continued growth in CityJet services, the airline has launched its cadet programme to deliver qualified pilots for new routes. The 10 Cadets will be employed by CityJet […]

Detected Signals ‘Likely From Doomed EgyptAir Black Boxes’

Reading Time: 2 minutes A French naval ship has picked up signals believed to be from the black boxes of the EgyptAir plane that crashed into the Mediterranean last month, killing all 66 people on board. The vessel picked up the signals from the seabed of the wreckage search area that is “assumed to be from one of the […]