Airports

Protests in Hong Kong Causing Flight Delays

August 7, 2019 Akhil Dewan

In what is seen as the biggest demonstration of its kind in Hong Kong since 1967, continued protests have worsened conditions for arriving and departing flights as the city comes to a standstill. Protestors, who

Airlines

Jazeera Airways Announces London Flights

August 6, 2019 Daniel Morley

Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways has announced that it will launch a route between Kuwait City and London. The new route is scheduled to begin on Oct. 27 and will be operated by the airline’s Airbus A320neo

Photos

Inside Hollywood’s Go-To Airline

August 5, 2019 Albert Kuan

There have been countless films, television shows, music videos and commercials throughout the years that have portrayed the airline industry in some way or form. In some of these productions, flying is portrayed as a

Airlines

India Seeks to Create Domestic Aircraft Leasing

August 4, 2019 Hemal Gosai

India is undoubtedly a large and growing aviation market. A liberalized approach to aviation and the country’s strengthened economic position in the world has helped it become one of the fastest-growing markets, doubling in the

Aircraft Orders and Deliveries

Embraer Delivers 51 Jets in Recent Quarter

August 1, 2019 Jordan Green

Brazilian aerospace conglomerate Embraer announced at the end of July the delivery of a total of 51 jets during the second quarter of 2019.  Of the 51 deliveries, 26 were commercial jets while 25 were

Airlines

A History of Japan Airlines

August 1, 2019 Andrew Burnham

Aug. 1, 1951, Japan Airlines (JAL) was founded with ¥100 million in capital under chairman Aiichiro Fujiyama and president Seijiro Yanagida.  The airline started initially as an independent operation with scheduled domestic routes leasing aircraft

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