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Pragusa.One Unveils Flights to Los Angeles and New York

On Sunday, Pragusa.One — a Coration charger airline whose name includes inspiration from the city of Prague and the Croatian term for the country's capital Dubrovnik, which is Ragusa — confirmed the start of its inaugural flights. The startup, which had been preparing to launch flights out of Dubrovnik, Croatia, announced its plan to commence seasonal flights to the U.S. in June 2021. Specifically, the airline unveiled plans to start flights to Newark Liberty and Los Angeles, beginning on June…

World2Fly Ready For Take-Off

Back in December 2020, a new airline announced its intention to enter the Spanish-Caribbean market. Branded as World2Fly, the carrier is part of the Iberostar tourism group and will connect Madrid Barajas Airport inSpain and Lisbon Humberto Delgado airport, Portugal with different destinations such as Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; Cancún,…

Delta Orders Another 25 A321neos, Adjusts Widebody Deliveries

On Thursday, Delta Air Lines announced that it would convert 25 options of Airbus A321neo aircraft into a firm order, bringing a total of 125 Airbus A321neos to the fleet. Additionally, the airline acquired options for a further 25 aircraft, for a total of 100 aircraft options. With the new…

Finnair Resumes Flying to Nanjing

Finnair is resuming another service to China on Sept. 11. The Oneworld Alliance carrier will resume flying to Nanjing, China, from its Helsinki hub, using an Airbus A350-900XWB. The carrier previously served Nanjing's Lukou International Airport with an Airbus A330-300 before it suspended all flights to China in light of…

Air France Will Bid Farewell to Its A380s on Friday

Hit hard by the collapse of air traffic due to ongoing pandemic, Air France abruptly had to retire its entire A380 fleet in May. The aircraft will take to the skies for the last time with the Air France livery on Friday, eleven years after it entered service at the…

Qantas Breaks Down Next Steps for Project Sunrise

Qantas has announced that it is intending to use the Airbus A350-1000 for its Project Sunrise program. This comes after a detailed evaluation of both the Boeing 777X and Airbus A350 due to its Rolls Royce Trent XWB engines, which hold a strong reliability record and also offer the economics…

Fiji Airways Aims High With New A350XWB, Debuts Jet at…

Fiji Airways became the first airline in the South Pacific to operate the Airbus A350XWB on Friday when it took delivery of the first of two it has on order from the Airbus Delivery Centre in Toulouse, France. In taking delivery of the new aircraft, Fiji Airways is continuing its…

Virgin Goes Big With Airbus A350-1000 Launch, Talks Expansion at…

Virgin Atlantic Airways entered a new era earlier this month when it launched service on its newest aircraft, the Airbus A350-1000 XWB. Only the fifth carrier worldwide to operate the type, the addition of the aircraft is the second step in a fleet renewal that will see Virgin Atlantic adopting…

SAS Scandinavian Airlines Debuts New Livery on Airbus A350 Aircraft

Scandinavian Airlines unveiled a new livery today for the first time in 21 years, with the design reflecting the carrier’s evolution into next-generation aircraft as it prepares to receive its first A350 XWB in the coming months. The new design aims to reflect SAS' brand and cultural heritage while signaling…

Virgin Atlantic Receives First Airbus A350

Airbus has delivered Virgin Atlantic’s first Airbus A350-1000. The aircraft is due to be flown from Toulouse to London’s Gatwick on Saturday evening. The inaugural passenger flight of Virgin Atlantic’s A350 will be from London to New York’s JFK airport on September 10. 12 A350s are expected for Virgin’s fleet…