News

Airbus to Axe A380 Production Line in 2021

February 14, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Emirates has finally confirmed that it reviewed its fleet strategy, and as a result, Airbus announced that it will cease the production of the A380. “Following a review of its operations, Emirates is reducing its

Planes

Boeing 747: Celebrating 50 Years of Flight

February 9, 2019 Pablo Diaz

In each and every conversation about aircraft, her name comes up. And it is her name, because unavoidably, it has become the symbol of commercial aviation worldwide. Its beautiful design is without a doubt the

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Hainan Airlines Aims For Shenzhen Hub Growth with New Routes

January 21, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Hainan Airlines, China’s largest privately owned air carrier, is launching its first non-stop service between its Shenzhen, China base and Vancouver, Canada on January 28 with two flights weekly, on Mondays and Fridays. The service will be the first non-stop international

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Avianca Brazil Faces Aircraft Reposession

January 14, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Last December, Avianca Brazil filed an injunction for a protective measure, as it failed to cover the bill for Aircastle’s 10 Airbus A320 and one A330 leased aircraft it was operating. During this past weekend,

Aircraft Orders and Deliveries

Delta Extends and Increases Airbus A220 Order

January 9, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Delta Air Lines announced that it has reached an agreement with Airbus to extend its order book of the A220 by 15 aircraft, elevating the total to 90. This marks the first order of 2019

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Air Tanzania Debuts Airbus A220-300 in Africa

January 7, 2019 Pablo Diaz

In a historic day both for African aviation and Airbus’ new product, Air Tanzania has flown its first A220 revenue flight. The route for this first flight, with designation TC110, was between Tanzania’s most populated

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