A Boeing 737 MAX 9 undergoing tests flights at Paine Field. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Katie Bailey)

Learning Flight Test with Daedalus Aerospace

Confidence is stepping onto an aircraft. Why else would anyone board one? Just knowing that it works, it's safe, and…

Opinion: Single Pilot and Autonomous Flight Operations

Over 40 countries, including Germany, the UK and New Zealand, have asked the United Nations body that sets aviation standards to help make single-pilot flights a safe reality. The European…

Opinion: The Airline Behind Its Own Demise

It is high time we address the elephant in the room: Qantas is its own worst enemy. From Australian icons to domestic disasters, the demise of Qantas has seen the…

U.S. Senate Defense Bill Would Not Extend Boeing 737 MAX…

In late September Boeing disclosed that the company's intention was to get an extension to the December 31, 2022 deadline, when a new law would prevent it from certifying the…

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How Aeroflot Is Surviving After Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine — Part 1:…

Six months have passed since Russia invaded Ukraine. Despite overwhelming support for Ukraine from the rest of the world, there is still no end in sight to the conflict between…

With the Designer: Virgin Atlantic Shows Off Innovative A330neo Cabins

Virgin Atlantic’s first Airbus A330neo is preparing to touch down in the U.K. this September. The arrival of the first aircraft will mark a major milestone in the carrier’s fleet…

The Boeing 737-200 And the Start of the Jet Age in Indonesia

Lately, aviation enthusiasts have rarely seen Boeing 737-200 aircraft — easy to notice with a distinctive engine shape — crossing the Indonesian archipelago. The reason is that many national airlines…

Airports

Auckland Airport Revises Forecast Upward Amid Growing Demand

In response to a speedy recovery, New Zealand’s Auckland Airport has revised its forecast for the financial year 2023. Auckland Airport, the largest international gateway to the country, has seen a strong demand in domestic…

KLM Promotes Fleet Renewal to Reverse Proposed Capacity Cuts at…

KLM is proposing a fleet renewal program as the main solution to reducing noise pollution and CO2 emissions at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport. The announcement comes after the Netherlands parliament proposed cutting the number of annual…

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Opinion: Single Pilot and Autonomous Flight Operations

Over 40 countries, including Germany, the UK and New Zealand, have asked the United Nations body that sets aviation standards to help make single-pilot flights a safe reality. The European…

Icelandair Expands Route Network for Summer 2023

Icelandair is further expanding its North American destination network with the addition of Detroit's Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. The carrier will begin the seasonal summer operation on 18 May 2023…

Virgin Atlantic Withdraws Support to London Heathrow’s Third Runway

The plans of London Heathrow Airport — the British capital’s main international airport — to pursue planning permission for a third runway suffered a big setback earlier this week, as…

New Airline Startup Fly Atlantic Makes Push for Low-Cost Transatlantic Flying

Ultra-low-cost, transatlantic, narrowbody air travel is a concept we’ve seen this one before, haven’t we? There were the days of Norwegian, WOW Air and the short-lived and tumultuous Primera Air…

Air Serbia Receives a Second Airbus A330-200 and Mulls Flying to Chicago…

Air Serbia expands its offer in the United States with a new service between Belgrade (BEG) and Chicago O' Hare (ORD) as of May 17, 2023. The carrier resumes operations…

United Resumes Flights from Washington to Cape Town

On November 17 United inaugurated its non-stop services between Washington (IAD) and Cape Town (CPT). This new operation becomes the carrier's third route between the United States and South Africa.…