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Cathay Pacific Orders More A321neos

The A32oneo family continues to enjoy extraordinary growth in recent years with Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific announcing orders for 32 more of the type. The order consists of both the A320neo and A321neo, though the exact composition is unclear. The…

Really Cool Airlines Expects to Launch in December

Since the pandemic has come to an end, many new airlines around the globe are set to spread their wings. Really Cool Airlines, a new carrier in Thailand, is expected to launch its services in December with three leased Airbus…

Auckland Airport Commences Integration for Domestic and International Terminals

After twelve years of consulting with the airlines, Auckland, New Zealand's Airport will start the biggest redevelopment project of combining its domestic and international terminal. Auckland Airport — the main gateway to New Zealand — has struggled to combine two…

Boeing’s 737 MAX Resumes Flights in China

After a lengthy period of being prevented from flight, Boeing’s 737MAX took off again with passengers in China on Jan. 13. China Southern flight CZ3960 took off from Guangzhou, China’s Baiyun International Airport for a flight to Zhengzhou, China. The…

Ethiopian Airlines Announces Singapore, Copenhagen As Two Latest Destinations

Ethiopian Airlines is resuming services to Copenhagen on May 22 after last serving the Danish capital in 2003. The carrier plans to offer five flights per week to the city, starting on May 22, 2023. The Addis Ababa-Copenhagen Kastrup route…