Category: Airlines & Airports

Ryanair Becomes First EU Airline to Report Monthly Co2 Emissions

Reading Time: 1 minute Ryanair has become the first EU airline to release monthly CO2 emissions statistics, which show an average of 66g CO2 per passenger/km in May 2019. Accordingly, the airline delivers the lowest CO2 per passenger/km in the EU airline industry. Ryanair is determined to further reduce emissions to under 60g per pax/km by 2030. Ryanair’s says […]

Airbus Confirms It Could Make A350 Fly London-Sydney Nonstop

Reading Time: 2 minutes As for now, the longest commercial flight is operated by Singapore Airlines between Singapore and New York using the Airbus A350-900ULR (ultra-long-range). But there is another airline that strives to go for even longer nonstop flight. Unfortunately, there exists no aircraft able to perform it. The currently longest commercial flight covers a distance of approximately […]

Jet Airways Collapse Leaves a Gap within Indian Aviation Market

Reading Time: 2 minutes After Jet Airways, a major Indian international airline, announced about the suspension of its operations in April, 2019, the Indian aviation market has been given a little shake. Now the market need to adapt accordingly to fill in the gap on the international and domestic routes arena.  Indian aviation market is among the fastest growing […]

JetBlue Considers Airbus A321XLR Aircraft

Reading Time: 1 minute JetBlue, an American low-cost airline headquartered in New York City, revealed considering the extended range Airbus A321XLR aircraft to fly to Europe, Reuters reports. Currently the airline has 60 Airbus A220-300 and 85 Airbus A321neo aircraft. According to the airline’s CEO, Robin Hayes, JetBlue intends to convert 13 of A321neo into longer-range aircraft A321LR, as […]

Airlines to Face the Worst Year Since 2014

Reading Time: 1 minute Rising fuel prices and issues with global trade are greatly weakening the business environment for airlines, IATA announced. According to forecast, “in 2019 overall costs are expected to grow by 7.4%, outpacing a 6.5% rise in revenues. As a result, net margins are expected to be squeezed to 3.2% (from 3.7% in 2018)”. “Margins are […]

Europe to Have Its First Plant for Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Reading Time: 1 minute KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced it will develop and purchase 75,000 tonnes of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) a year in a period of 10 years. It is the first airline in the world to invest in sustainable aviation fuel on this scale. Environmental pollution is one of the central topics globally. Especially in aviation, which represents […]

S7 Technics: Newly Painted Livery for Air Astana Embraer E190

Reading Time: 2 minutes S7 Technics’ Mineralnye Vody-based aircraft painting centre has completed its first work on an Embraer aircraft. Air Astana dispatched one of its Embraer E190s to Mineralnye Vody for a planned refreshing of its paint under a long-term contract with S7 Technics. The aircraft is the fifth in Air Astana’s fleet to have been painted by […]

India’s Vistara to Supplement Fleet with Six New Aircraft

Reading Time: 1 minute BOC Aviation, aircraft leasing company, announced it has agreed with Vistara, a joint venture between Tata Sons Limited and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA), on delivery to the airline of four Boeing 737-800 NG and two Airbus A320neo aircraft. Indian carrier expects to receive Boeing aircraft in May 2019, while Airbus planes are about to join […]

Air New Zealand Closes a Multi-Billion-Dollar Deal with Boeing

Reading Time: 1 minute Air New Zealand has finally agreed on the options for its long-haul fleet. It is Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner. According to the list prices, the value of the deal is $2.7 billion. Earlier this month the airline revealed it is considering between Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 aircraft. The were also rumours about the Boeing new […]

BOC Aviation Delivers 3 Boeing 737 NG to SpiceJet

Reading Time: 1 minute BOC Aviation, aircraft leasing company, announced that it has delivered three Boeing 737-800 NG planes to a major Indian airline, SpiceJet. Indian aviation is growing rapidly, thus, the airline which operates 569 average daily flights is “well-placed to capitalise on this trend”. Here the new aircraft powered by CFM56 engines will supplement the fleet of […]