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

News

JetSmart Eyes New Base in the Andes

July 4, 2018 Jose Antonio Payet

Chilean ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) JetSmart had previously denied their interest in starting operations in Argentina, however, over the last few months, they have been hinting that they had changed their mind. The rumor was finally confirmed

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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