Planes

Boeing is Buying a Lot More than Embraer E2 Jets

July 6, 2018 Pablo Diaz

A few days after Airbus formally took possession of Bombardier’s CSeries product line, aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Embraer announced that they have finally signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that formalizes the partnership between the

Planes

Hi Fly Becomes First Second-Hand A380 Operator

July 6, 2018 Pablo Diaz

Hi Fly has received the first second-hand Airbus A380, inaugurating a new era for the aircraft, as it had never been operated by a second company after the first leasing contract has ended. The announcement gives the

Trip Reports

A Look at Low-Cost Flying in Taiwan

July 1, 2018 Albert Kuan

I’m a big fan of low-cost carriers (LCC’s) in Asia. Usually, the cabins are bland and uninteresting, but the attractive buy-on-board meals and funny cartoon characters make the journey quite unique. Also for the aviation

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Delta Looking to Asia for Revenue Growth

June 29, 2018 Akhil Dewan

After Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines announced the resumption of its service to India, the carrier has stated that it is looking to Asia for future revenue growth. In a statement at the National Press Club

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