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New Coffee Shop Inside an MD-80 Opens

Airlines aren't known for their top-notch onboard coffee offerings. But one permanently-grounded airliner might just put a whole new twist on the trend of less-than-stellar airplane coffee. According to WPLG, a new coffee shop - called Sky Coffee Buenos Aires…

Embraer’s E190-E2 and E195-E2 Jets Receive Singapore Type Certification

Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has recently achieved a significant step with its E190-E2 and E195-E2 aircraft receiving type certification from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). Singapore-based low-cost carrier Scoot plans to start operating nine of the type in…

EgyptAir Orders A350s, 737 MAX at Dubai Airshow

The Dubai Airshow 2023 has proven to be a stage for historic announcements, and EgyptAir has taken center stage with not one but two major revelations. After introducing its inaugural 737 MAX aircraft, EgyptAir has now positioned itself as the…

TUI Airways Retires Final Boeing 767

UK-based TUI Airways retired its final Boeing 767 aircraft. The particular aircraft in question has been operating for 40 years, and its retirement leaves the United Kingdom without any active passenger 767s. The TUI group has operated 35 Boeing 767…

Global Airlines CCO Optimistic, Committed to A380

Global Airlines CCO Richard Stephenson spoke at the Routes World conference in Istanbul last week, giving a keynote on the state of Global Airlines and taking questions from the audience. Stephenson outlined the start-up airline's bold plans.  Global Airlines' Fleet…