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A United Airlines Boeing 777-200ER landing in Las Vegas. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

United Airlines Turns Green With Q3 Profits

The air travel industry may finally be able to move past the pandemic crisis and have a less turbulent flight heading into the next year because despite the impact of various Covid-19 variants, major airliners have been seeing a great turn of profits for their third quarters. United Airlines joins in on the green side, having reported a third-quarter profit of $473 million, indicating that the airline is definitely on the right track to achieving the range of long-term financial…

First Lufthansa Dreamliner To Be Named After Germany’s Capital

For more than 60 years, Lufthansa has had a tradition of naming its aircraft after German cities, but only less than a handful have been given the privilege of being named after the German capital, Berlin. Besides being the German capital, Lufthansa and Berlin have had a long and special…

Singapore Airlines Is Bringing Back Its A380s

The Airbus A380 has definitely had quite the rollercoaster ride during the pandemic, with bad times ranging from early retirements from some airlines to having its production stopped for good and eventually having been grounded or parked for what would seem like an eternity in storage airport. And then by…

United Airlines Reveals Biggest-Ever Transatlantic Network Expansion

United Airlines has been known to use cryptic social media posts to build up suspense to the reveal of big news. This year, that took the form of a video posted on the airline's social media accounts, allowing followers to guess the new routes the airline was planning to introduce…

Flyr Adding Boeing 737 MAX To Fleet

Having just taken to the skies for the first time in June, Norway's new airline Flyr has decided to take yet another step in expanding its fleet in a way that is similar to that of the old Norwegian. The Oslo-based Flyr on Wednesday signed a letter of intent with…

Singapore Airlines, Scoot To Launch, Resume More Flights As VTLs…

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has left travel severely restricted in many countries, especially Singapore, where domestic air travel is not an option for airlines looking to maintain some semblance of a schedule. This has certainly left many people worldwide with pent-up excitement to book a ticket and fly towards anywhere…

Air Belgium Replacing A340s With Delivery Of Its First A330neo

In July this year July, Air Belgium announced its decided agreement with Airbus on the order of two brand-new A330neo aircraft, with the first flight scheduled around mid-October. The Belgian carrier has been operating with an all-Airbus widebody fleet that includes the A340-300 and the A330-200F. As part of its…

WestJet Connects Toronto to Dublin

Starting in the coming spring, WestJet has plans to expand its network that will feature a new route that will connect its passengers from the airline's Toronto hub to Dublin, Ireland. Beginning on May 15 of 2022, the Canadian low-cost carrier hopes to operate a seasonal summer flight service four…

British Airways A380 To Return to Service

During the beginnings of the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020, British Airways grounded its Airbus A380 fleet, including 12 of the aircraft type. The potential for any change in the future seemed quite uncertain as the pandemic — and the year — went on. Just a couple of months ago,…

Singapore Airlines Scraps Retired Aircraft Locally

Being the largest commercial aircraft ever built certainly had it perks back then, especially when it came along with the title as the world's first fully double-decked passenger aircraft. The Airbus A380 came as a big hit initially, with many airlines wanting to take advantage of the higher number of…