Airbus Forecasts Commercial Aircraft Services Market Double in Value by…

Airbus believes the market for civil aviation-related services will return to pre-pandemic levels in 2023, before doubling in value over the next 20 years. Airbus is the world's leading civil aircraft manufacturer as of 2019 by the number of aircraft deliveries, recently concluded summer 2022 season, with 479 aircraft orders…

Aer Lingus Continues Rebuilding Transatlantic Network

Earlier this week, Aer Lingus announced that it will begin a new nonstop service from Dublin, Ireland to Cleveland, Ohio. Service between the city pair is set to begin next summer on May 19, 2023. The announcement makes Aer Lingus the only carrier offering direct service to Europe from the…

Azul’s First Airbus A350 Arrives in Belo Horizonte

On Wednesday (14), Azul Linhas Aéreas’ first Airbus A350-900XWB landed at Confins airport in Belo Horizonte. The aircraft arrived from France, where it had been since the end of August. The Airbus A350 will receive the Brazilian registration PR-AOY in Belo Horizonte. Subsequently, the aircraft will be transferred to Campinas,…

Virgin Atlantic Reveals Its First Next Gen Airbus A330neo

Earlier this week, Virgin Atlantic revealed images on Twitter of its freshly painted Airbus A330neo. The highly anticipated aircraft is just one of the carrier's 16 Airbus A330-900s firm orders that were placed during the 2019 Paris Airshow. The new aircraft in Virgin Atlantic's fleet is expected to enter service…

AirAsia Resumes Delivery of A321 Aircraft

AirAsia, the Malaysian low-cost carrier, has announced its plans to resume the delivery of Airbus A321neo aircraft. During the pandemic, the carrier suspended new aircraft delivery. The new aircraft are expected to meet the goal of net zero by 2050. “We will also be taking delivery of the new Airbus…

Aeroflot To Renew Its Fleet With 300+ Russian-made Aircraft

Russian airline Aeroflot, which has most of its capital in the hands of the local government, has again talked about fleet renewal with more than three hundred planes produced in Russia. This time, the information came through a note from the Kremlin, after the meeting of the airline’s general director,…

Trip Report: Hawaiian Airlines from Sydney to Honolulu

To critique an airline is — in this day and age — synonymous with groaning and bleating about every negative experience of a given flight, and it is true: travel by air has apparently digressed into a mud pit of lost baggage, screaming babies and a general lack of social…

Etihad Airways Boosts Flight Operations to U.S.

Etihad Airways plans to add 4 additional weekly flights between Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates and New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, starting in November. These additional flights will be flown on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. In response to the increased demand seen on this route, the carrier…

Qantas Orders A321 Freighters In Next Move with Airbus

Qantas has deepened it cooperation with Airbus again. In the wake of the growing demand for cargo, in particular in the Asia Pacific region, Qantas will increase its cargo services by adding six Airbus A321 freighters. The flag carrier revealed that it will source the aircraft on the open market…