Embraer’s E190-E2 and E195-E2 Jets Receive Singapore Type Certification
Following the type certification, Singapore-based low-cost carrier Scoot plans to start operating nine of the type in 2024.
Green Laser Incidents Continue Near Boston
These events, affecting Alaska Airlines, JetBlue, and Delta Air Lines within a 24-hour span, underscore the dangers of laser strikes on aircraft.
Green Horizons: Virgin Atlantic’s Historic SAF-Powered Transatlantic Flight
Virgin Atlantic gears up for a landmark London to New York flight, the first-ever to utilize 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF).
Viva Aerobus Expands U.S. Reach with Two New Routes from Mérida
Viva Aerobus connects Mérida to Orlando & Miami, unlocking seamless journeys to top U.S. destinations starting July.
The Future of Aviation: Electric Airplanes and Sustainable Skies
Will our skies soon be filled with the buzz of electric aircraft?
An In-Depth Analysis of China Eastern Airlines’ Fleet in 2023
China Eastern Airlines, a leading global airline, operates an extensive network from its primary hubs at Shanghai’s Hongqiao (SHA) and Pudong (PVG) airports, as well as numerous secondary bases across China. With a fleet size that ranks among the world’s largest, the airline boasts 639 aircraft, according to data from ch-aviation.com. This article provides a […]
Japan Airlines Set to Showcase New A350-1000 Business Class in October
New cabins are coming to JAL’s A350-1000.
Analysis: LATAM’s Long-Haul Network
LATAM Airlines, the largest South American carrier, has announced new long-haul routes this year, including flights to Johannesburg and London. LATAM Airlines Group has revealed a new long-haul flight route between Lima, Peru’s International Airport and London’s Heathrow Airport in the UK, set to begin on Dec. 2. As the largest South American carrier, LATAM […]