Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal Two Reopens

Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal Two will resume its operations on May 29 after a two years hiatus. In the wake of the pandemic, airport officials closed Terminal Two in May 2020, so they could enhance its facilities. The terminal was initially expected to be closed for 18 months, but the…

Tijuana International Airport Unveils New Transit Facility for Prospective Long-Haul…

Last Monday, Tijuana, Mexico's International Airport expanded its terminal space,  opening a new passenger processing facility that will further facilitate the transit of Tijuana Airport travelers between Mexico and the United States. The new facility consists of 52 check-in counters, 6 security screening lanes, 2 boarding gates and 6 immigration…

More Countries Welcome Vaccinated International Air Travelers Without Restrictions

There are continuing positive signs that the international air travel market is on its way towards pre-pandemic levels albeit at differing rates in different regions. This week the U.K. announced the lifting of all travel restrictions and countries such as Canada and New Zealand are easing quarantine and testing requirements…

U.S. Start-Up Northern Pacific Airways Talks Future at Sumptuous California…

Northern Pacific Airways introduced the livery design of its first aircraft at an event in San Bernadino, Calif. on Tuesday. The 26-year-old Boeing 757 aircraft previously operated for U.S. Airways and American Airlines and will be one of 12 757s initially planned for the commencement of services by the Anchorage,…

South Korea Invests in Poland’s New Airport

The global passenger volume has been significantly decreased since the start of the pandemic, but the aviation industry hasn’t ceased to its infrastructure. Polish government has announced that it will build a new airport in Warsaw, the capital of the country. In addition, Seoul, South Korea’s Incheon International Airport Corporation…

China Airlines Welcomes First Airbus A321neo

In the aviation industry, widebody aircraft have almost always taken the spotlight for being the more comfortable when it boils down to commercial air travel, as opposed to narrowbody aircraft. The direction for comfort on narrow-body aircraft seems to be changing as of late in this new era, with several…

Singapore Airlines Anticipates Return Of Boeing 737 MAX

Following two deadly crashes that sounded safety concerns, the rather promising Boeing 737 MAX aircraft fleet was quickly grounded worldwide and until today, not many airlines have returned the aircraft type back to service. Even as regulators in various countries approve of its return to the skies, several airlines remain…

Boeing to Expand Converted Freight Production in China

On Sept. 28, the opening day of the China International Air Show, Boeing announced its plan to open two new Boeing 767-300BCF conversion lines in cooperation with Guangzhou Aircraft Manufacturing and Engineering Company (GAMECO), a joint venture between China Southern Airlines and Hutchison Whampoa. “It was mutually beneficial to continue…

Korean Air Flies Its Longest Nonstop Flight

Korean Air flew its longest flight since its founding in 1969 last weekend using one of its Boeing 777-300ER passenger jets. The jet, registered KE8047, operated a nonstop cargo flight to Miami International Airport on June 12 from Korean Air's base at Seoul's Incheon International Airport. The journey lasted 14…