Planes

Seven Years Later: Qantas Flight 32

November 4, 2017 Daniel Morley

Saturday marks seven years since Qantas flight 32 experienced an in air emergency over Indonesia. The incident was the first major one for the Airbus A380, which at the time, was a two year old

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Airbus A330neo Takes First Flight in Toulouse

October 19, 2017 James Dinsdale

On Thursday, the Airbus A330neo underwent its maiden voyage departing from the airframer’s headquarters in Toulouse, France. Powered by two Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines, capable of delivering 72,000 lbs of thrust, the twin-variant aircraft became airborne from

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Delta Adds New Service to Lagos from New York-JFK Hub

August 20, 2017 Joshua Drabble

Beginning March 24, 2018, Delta will add new service between its New York-JFK hub and Lagos, Nigeria. This three-times-weekly service complements the Atlanta-based carrier’s Atlanta to Lagos flight, which operates four-times-weekly. The service is scheduled

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Frontier Airlines Launches Several New Routes

August 16, 2017 Ashley Magoon

On Wednesday, Frontier Airlines has announced the start of service between Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP) in New York and Orlando, Florida (MCO). Thew news comes just two days after commencing flights from Las Vegas,

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Air Arabia Weighs Options for New Aircraft

August 14, 2017 Joshua Drabble

Air Arabia, which has historically operated an all-Airbus fleet, is considering multiple manufacturers for its future fleet expansion. The airline, which is based in Sharjah, U.A.E., has quickly become one of the largest low-cost carriers

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