Category: Europe

Air Arabia Adds 7-Hour Flights To Milan

Reading Time: < 1 minute Air Arabia will begin nonstop flights between Sharjah and Milan in December, becoming the LCC’s first route to the city. The new direct flights will connect Sharjah International Airport with Milan Bergamo Airport with four weekly flights starting from December 7. Adel Al Ali, group CEO, Air Arabia, said: “Milan is the latest addition to […]

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LOT Flight to Toronto diverts to Reykjavik Because of an Unruly Passenger

Reading Time: < 1 minute On 12 August, LOT Polish Airlines flight LO41 from Warsaw, Poland, to Toronto, Canada, operated by a Boeing 787-9 (registered SP-LSG) and flying over Greenland, was forced to divert to Reykjavik, Iceland, due to an unruly passenger. A few hours into the flight, the passenger started creating trouble after a flight attendant refused to serve […]

TAP Faces a 526% Increase In Portugal-Brazil Traffic

Reading Time: < 1 minute TAP Air Portugal (TAP) experienced a huge 526% increase in customers carried between Europe and Brazil in the first six months of 2022, compared to the previous year. The Portuguese flag carrier flew more than 640,000 customers on more than 3,100 flights, grabbing nearly a third (28%) of the whole market share of all customers […]

Wizz Air Cuts Wales Flight Network for the Winter

Reading Time: < 1 minute Wizz Air UK has announced it is looking to wind down operations at Cardiff Airport (CWL) in Wales, naming a ‘challenging macro-economic environment’ as the main reason for this decision. Marion Geoffroy, Managing Director, Wizz Air UK, said, “We are very disappointed to have to suspend several routes from Cardiff Airport for the winter season. […]

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LOT: New Terminal at New York JFK Airport

Reading Time: < 1 minute LOT Polish Airlines will move into the new Terminal 1 at New York’s JFK Airport. Central Europe’s leading airline and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the airport operator, have agreed on this after around two years of negotiations. The new state-of-the-art terminal is designed exclusively for international flights and will have […]

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SKY Express Expands Its International Network This Winter

Reading Time: < 1 minute SKY express is launching three new routes in its winter schedule, opening service to Italy, Germany and Bulgaria destinations. Direct flights to Sofia and Munich International Airport from Athens start on 2nd November, with Milan flights beginning on the 3rd. As stated by Gerasimos Skaltsas, SKY Express Commercial Director: “Today we announce the expansion of […]

airBaltic will Operate SWISS Flights This Winter

Reading Time: < 1 minute SWISS has agreed to wet lease up to six Airbus A220-300 aircraft from airBaltic to better serve the ever-growing European market. Travelers taking a SWISS flight operated by airBaltic can essentially expect the usual SWISS service. The A220-300 can carry up to 145 passengers with a unique seating configuration of 2-3. SWISS itself operates 21 […]

Volcano Near Iceland’s Main Airport Started Erupting

Reading Time: < 1 minute A volcano in southwest Iceland has started erupting in an uninhabited valley near Keflavik Airport, the country’s international air traffic hub. The airport is still open without flight disruption, but it is unclear what will happen next. Eruptions in Iceland are pretty often. Iceland is located above a volcanic hotspot. It receives an eruption every […]

Interview with Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC)

Reading Time: 4 minutes BAA Training has partnered with Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), the only aviation-oriented university in France and Europe, offering a broad panel of aeronautics-oriented training programs since 2019. The partners took this cooperation to the next level by developing a BAA Training – ENAC mutual training program, covering Ab Initio and advanced training last […]

British Airways Owner IAG Raises Є 1.2 Billion in Bond Issue
British Airways Wants a New South African Partner

Reading Time: < 1 minute Since British Airways canceled its agreement with Comair on the 1st of August because of the South African airline’s liquidation, it now needs a new South African partner. The airline wants a new partner to come from the massive influx of travelers that British Airways connects to and from South Africa. Many scheduled carriers would […]