Category: Europe

SAS Travelers Can Now Buy Biofuel

Reading Time: 1 minute Travelers flying with SAS can now voluntarily choose to buy biofuel and so help reduce climate-affecting CO2 emissions by up to 80 percent. The new non-profit service aims to pioneer a large-scale and competitive market for biofuel within aviation, in line with SAS’ sustainability strategy. SAS is now launching a new ancillary product that gives […]

Wizz Air Heads Towards Major Goals Through Lowest Fares in Europe

Reading Time: 3 minutes Most European passengers associate Wizz Air with low fares and popular destinations. And for a reason. Wizz Air revealed targeting an ambitious growth plan, dubbed W300.  Wizz Air is one of the biggest and, at the same time, one of the fastest growing low-cost carriers in Europe. The airline was established in 2004 and through its […]

Locatory.com Will Invest $10M to Engine Stands Leasing Business

Reading Time: 1 minute Locatory.com, an aviation IT company primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator, a part of Avia Solutions Group, has announced about their investment in a new business. The company is spreading its services portfolio and has started the leasing of aircraft engine stands globally. It is planned that in five upcoming years Locatory.com will invest […]

airBaltic: First Airline With Full Maintenance Capability for A220-300

Reading Time: 2 minutes Latvian airline airBaltic has successfully passed the audit for Base Maintenance Capability for Airbus A220-300 carried out by the civil aviation authority of Latvia – Civil Aviation Agency (CAA), and received the certificate proving airBaltic’s ability to provide a full-scale EASA Part-145 Line Maintenance and Base Maintenance for this aircraft type. As of September 10, […]

WOW Air to Make a Comeback Already in October?

Reading Time: 1 minute WOW air, the carrier that after long struggles went bankrupt in spring of 2019 leaving thousands of passengers stranded, is about to rise from the ashes and start benefiting passengers with ultra-low-cost flights again. The transatlantic carrier is being revived by USAerospace Associates, the US company lead by Michelle Ballarin. While the company, with a $85 […]

FAA Proposes Checks of Pratt & Whitney Engines Powering A220 & E2

Reading Time: 1 minute The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released airworthiness directive (AD) proposing to run checks of the PW1500Gs, powering Airbus A220s, and the PW1900Gs, powering Embraer E-Jets E2. The AD followed two engine shutdowns caused by oil leaks during flights of the aircraft powered with the above-mentioned engines. In order to prevent possible future oil leaks, […]

Turbulence Injures Eight on Eurowings Airbus A319 Flight

Reading Time: 1 minute An Eurowings Airbus A319-100, registration D-AKNL performing flight EW-8855 from Lamezia-Terme (Italy) to Berlin Tegel (Germany), was descending towards Berlin about 20 minutes prior to estimated landing when the crew illuminted the fasten seat belt signs. The crew made the according announcement advising passengers to make their seat belts were fastened, when the aircraft encountered […]

Barcelona El Prat Airport Sees Record Numbers in 2019

Reading Time: 2 minutes There may still be a lot of uncertainty surrounding Brexit in the UK, but that isn’t stopping the majority from enjoying their annual break. Many European destinations have experienced an increase in tourism over the past couple of years. One in particular that’s seen an increase in tourists is Barcelona. Here, we’ll look at some […]

Airbus Delivers 500 Aircraft in Eight Months: 66 Aircraft More Than in 2018

Reading Time: 1 minute European conglomerate Airbus has announced its monthly performance results sharing the increase in deliveries over the same period of 2018. During eight months of 2019 the aircraft manufacturer has delivered 500 planes, 66 more than in 2018. The deliveries of the year 2019 divided as follows: 400 single-aisle aircraft (207 units of the A320neo), 40 […]