Indonesia AirAsia X Ceasing Scheduled Operations in January

November 24, 2018

Indonesia AirAsia X, a joint venture between Malaysian long-haul carrier AirAsia X and Indonesia AirAsia, has announced that it will be ceasing scheduled operations beginning January 2019. The carrier will still remain in operation but

Flybe Seeks New Owner as Revenues Plummet

November 14, 2018

Flybe Group has announced that it is in talks for the sale of the airline following a year of revenue loss. The U.K. regional airline has been bombarded by weakening demand and an increase in

Taste the Stars: A Night Out with TAP Air Portugal

November 14, 2018

TAP Air Portugal hosted a “Taste the Stars” program in New York City last week in conjunction with Time Out, a British media company. The objective of the event was to showcase the culinary cuisine

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Gatwick Airport Growing in Favor Among Long-Haul Airlines as China Eastern Launches Shanghai Service

London’s Gatwick Airport is seeing an increase in popularity from long-haul airlines as China Eastern Airlines recently launched three times weekly services from Shanghai Pudong Airport to Gatwick, in addition to its already scheduled service