Category: AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

BAA Training Vietnam And Vietravel Airlines Sign A Long-term Agreement

Reading Time: 2 minutes Aviation training centre BAA Training Vietnam and newly established Vietravel Airlines have recently signed a long-term partnership agreement.  BAA Training Vietnam has committed to the startup airline Vietravel, controlled by Vietnam’s leading tour operator Vietravel, to provide wet and dry Airbus A320 full-flight simulator lease services. The first students occupy the Airbus A320 full-flight simulator […]

Updated: Airlines That Resume Flights On Boeing 737 MAX

Reading Time: 2 minutes Since both the U.S. and the EU aviation safety regulators cleared Boeing 737 MAX to fly again, airlines one after another have been resuming the type’s operation. Before the recertification in November, the airplane had been grounded for 20 months. GOL (Brazil): December 9th, 2020 Brazil’s GOL that has 7 MAX in its fleet became […]

15 January – Inaugural Flight of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi

Reading Time: < 1 minute The UAE’s newest national airline Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will launch its operations in mid-January, completing its inaugural flight from Ab Dhabi to Athens. The airline delayed its initial plan to penetrate the Asian market last summer due to the unforeseen pandemic event and its destructive impact on air travel demand. However, currently, the airline […]

Emirates Introduces A New Premium Economy Concept

Reading Time: 2 minutes Last week, Emirates Airlines received its ordered A380 airplane, which incorporates a brand new Premium Economy cabin product and more advancements across all cabins onboard. The Premium Economy represents two passenger lavatories located at the front of the main deck. Sir Tim Clark, President at Emirates Airline, said: “The Emirates A380 is already one of […]

EASA Extends The Ban On Pakistan International Airlines

Reading Time: < 1 minute EASA is still not ready to lift the ban on Pakistan International Airlines to perform flights in the EU member states. The restriction that came into effect in July and was meant to last until January is extended by another three months, as reported by EASA. Air Marshal Arshad Malik, PIA’s CEO, wrote a letter […]

Nasa Is Working On Improving Airport Communication

Reading Time: < 1 minute Efficient communication at airports is crucial to avoid any irreversible mistakes. NASA is currently working on a digital, wireless airport communications system to supplement the existing voice communication over unsecured radio frequencies – the primary means of communication at hubs. The Aeronautical Mobile Aircraft Communication System (AeroMACS) will create an opportunity for speedy and reliable […]

Alaska Air Buys 23 More BOEING 737 MAX Aircraft

Reading Time: < 1 minute Alaska Airlines is ordering 23 more Boeing 737 MAX 9 jets upsizing its original order. The U.S. fifth major passenger airline has placed this order less than three weeks after Ryanair confirmed it would be purchasing 75 Boeing 737 MAX jets. “We are extremely proud to be announcing this transformative agreement with Boeing,” said Brad […]

UPDATE: Airlines That Resume Flights On Boeing 737 MAX

Reading Time: 2 minutes Since both the U.S. and the EU aviation safety regulators cleared Boeing 737 MAX to fly again, airlines one after another have been resuming the type’s operation. Here is the list of  the airlines decided to lift 737 MAXs: GOL: December 9th, 2020 Brazil’s GOL that has 7 MAX in its fleet became the first […]

Finnair Will Get A 400€ Million Government Loan

Reading Time: < 1 minute As Finnair reported on Wednesday, it plans to receive an unsecured hybrid loan of up to 400€ million ($486 million). This financial aid, subject to EU Commission approval, should help the airline get through the challenging times of the pandemic. Tytti Tuppurainen, the minister responsible for state ownership policies, said, “The state is committed to […]

Aeromexico To Resume Boeing 737 MAX Flights From December 21s

Reading Time: < 1 minute Aeromexico is planning to relaunch Boeing 737 MAX flights on December 21st. According to some reports, the carrier will make round trips between Mexico City and three other essential destinations: Cancun, Tijuana, and Monterrey. In total, Aeromexico has six Boeing 737 MAX aircraft and is expecting at least eight more. Based on Boeing’s information on […]