Author: Karolina Prokopovič

Embraer Works out More Cargo Space in Its Commercial Aircraft

Reading Time: < 1 minute With a recent surge in available cargo space, Embraer has arrived with freight transportation solutions for its commercial aircraft lines EMB 120s, ERJ 145s, and E-Jets. The exemption for the carriage of additional freight on Embraer passenger aircraft has been already approved by ANAC, Brazil’s civil aviation regulatory authority. Embraer published Technical Dispositions for the […]

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Biggest Fear of Ryanair: Second Wave of the Coronavirus Cases

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ryanair has revealed its Q1 2020 results showing a net loss of €185 million. In comparison with a net profit of €243 million in the same period last year, the damage of the pandemic is already becoming obvious. Through the 35-year history, Ryanair says the Q2 of 2020 was the most challenging, the coronavirus pandemic […]

American Airlines Removes Over 150 Aircraft Amid the Crisis

Reading Time: < 1 minute The crisis has forced airlines all around the globe to re-consider their plans and tidy fleet – to save costs and stay efficiently operational. For example, American Airlines has implemented a number of measure and estimates that it will reduce its 2020 total operating and capital expenditures by more than $15 billion. According to the […]

First Airbus A321neo with Advanced Cabin Reaches Vistara

Reading Time: < 1 minute India’s most advanced aircraft cabin is already in the sky. Vistara, a JV between TATA group and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA), has taken the delivery of its first Airbus A321neo  featuring flat-bed business class. Overall, Vistara’s A321neo features a three-class layout with 12 seats in business class, 24 in premium economy and 152 in economy […]

End of Era: Last Qantas Boeing 747 Bids the Very Final Farewell

Reading Time: 2 minutes The final flight QF7474 of the last Qantas Boeing 747 jumbo has already took place. Almost five decades of mutual history of ‘Queen of the Skies’ and Australia’s national carrier is over. The very first jumbo jet entered Qantas fleet in 1971. In 1979, Qantas even became the first airline to operate an all Boeing […]

Eighth Diamond Aircraft Reaches airBaltic Pilot Academy

Reading Time: < 1 minute airBaltic Pilot Academy has announced about the expansion of the training fleet with already the eighth Diamond Aircraft. The delivery followed certification to establish an Authorized Service Centre for Diamond Aircraft at its base in Liepaja International Airport. The training provider expects to receive additional two single-engine DA40 NG training aircraft from Diamond Aircraft in […]

Airbus Begins Sustainable Aircraft Deliveries from Hamburg Site

Reading Time: < 1 minute Yet another milestone in a sustainable future of aviation. Airbus has begun aircraft deliveries by doing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) flights to customers location from its Hamburg, Germany, site. The first delivery of this kind has already took place. Airbus handed over two brand new A321LR on lease from AerCap to Air Transat using a […]

Now is the Time for the Vietnamese to Do Type Rating. Why?

Reading Time: 3 minutes The way aviation in Vietnam is bouncing back is remarkable. Almost fully restored internal links, airports full of passengers anticipating local flights. Even with closed borders, the country is accurately navigating out of the crisis. Asia was the first region to feel the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, no surprise that IATA predicts the […]

Aeroflot Group to Have 600 Aircraft, Including 235 Russian-Built

Reading Time: < 1 minute Aeroflot, Russia’s flagship carrier, has announced about the updated strategy targeting 130 million passengers in 2028. The Group’s fleet is expected to reach 600 aircraft, of which 235 will be Russian-built. Considering the current situation, the Group is set to have each airline focused on its own priorities, introducing even more differentiation. The statement provides […]

Sad Farewell: British Airways to Retire Entire Boeing 747 Fleet

Reading Time: < 1 minute Prior to the crisis, British Airways was world’s largest operator of Boeing 747 ”Queen of the Skies”. However, the aircraft type has become a victim of the coronavirus pandemic. In light of the decreased demand for air travel, the airline announced it is about to retire its entire fleet of superjumbos with immediate effect. “It […]