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An Emirates Airbus A380 at Dubai International Airport (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Hisham Qadri)

Emirates Offers Vaccination To Its Employees

During the last couple months, the COVID-19 vaccination process has started in several countries around the world. This is the great hope of the air transportation industry to begin short-term recovery. On Monday, Emirates has announced a vaccination program for all its employees in collaboration with the Minister of Health and Prevention of the United Arab Emirates' government. This process began Monday morning giving priority to employees with most direct contact with the passengers: pilots, cabin crew and airport operations…

Madrid Barajas Airport Aims for Normal Operations Starting Monday

It has been a complicated week for Madrid Barajas Airport in Spain due to the snowstorm "Filomena" that hit the Spanish capital last weekend. On Friday 8 the snow began to fall in Madrid as it has not done it years, in the first hours of the storm Madrid Barajas…

Azores Airlines Sets New A321LR Flight Record

2021 has started with some new restrictions to travel but also with some very good news. On Jan. 3, a new record was set by the new generation of Airbus A321 Long-Range, or A321LR, aircraft. ] Portuguese carrier Azores Airlines managed to complete a 9 hour, 49 minutes flight between…

New U.K. Restrictions Force Airlines to Reschedule and Cancel Flights

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced last Monday that his country was entering a new lockdown this week. Forced by the dramatic health situation due to the new COVID-19 strain, the British government ordered its citizens to stay at home unless very exceptional circumstances required. This situation will last, at…

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi To Takes Off in January

Wizz Air has been one of the low-cost airlines that have grown most during the last year and have managed to most effectively survive the COVID-19 crisis. Back in December 2019, the Hungarian carrier announced the launch of an Abu Dhabi base by a subsidiary company. Originally the launch was…

Qantas Set to Form a Joint Business Agreement With Japan…

Following the drastic reduction in the number of passengers flying this year, many airlines are seeking new ways to attract travelers on board in time for next summer. Australian flag-carrier Qantas is negotiating with Japan Airlines to increase travel between Australia and Japan by a new “joint business." The two…

Hi Fly Drops A380 Operations

Three years ago, Hi Fly started operating an Airbus A380 as part of its charter fleet. The Portuguese carrier, through its subsidiary in Malta, acquired the aircraft that previously was operated by Singapore Airlines. Doric Asset Finance, the real owner of the A380, completed the adaptation process and delivered it…

World2Fly – A New Spanish Airline

In the summer of 2021 a new airline will be taking to the Spanish skies. Last week, World2Meet presented the image of its new carrier. World2Fly will be the next step of the Iberostar group to connect Spain and the Caribbean. Like many of its rivals, this tour operator seeks…

Aer Lingus Set to Operate Flights Between U.S. and Manchester

From the 2021 summer, Aer Lingus is starting to operate transatlantic flights between Manchester and the United States. The Irish carrier has started a new subsidiary (Aer Lingus UK) based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in order to be granted permission to carry cargo and passengers between the United Kingdom and…