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Aeromexico Serves Record 270 ‘Chiles en Nogada’ On Mexico City-Madrid Flight

In celebration of Mexico's upcoming Independence Day (celebrated on the 15th and 16th of September), Aeromexico joined forces with Mexican luxury department store El Palacio de Hierro to serve "Chiles en Nogada" for the first time on a Madrid-bound flight from Mexico City. Travelers flying on Flight AM01 on September 5 were treated to a unique dining experience designed and prepared by Aeromexico and the culinary chefs of El Palacio de Hierro (La Cantina Palacio). “As Mexico’s global airline, we…

Aeroméxico Launches Routes to Europe, South America

Mexican flag carrier Aeroméxico continues to gain ground in long-range flights from different hubs in Mexico amid signs of recovery as it looks to capitalize by inaugurating new international routes. In a press release, Aeroméxico announced its new route between the Monterrey, Mexico and Madrid, which will begin on Dec.…

Aeromexico To Launch First Non-Stop Service Between Guadalajara and Europe

Mexican flag carrier Aeromexico has announced it will be launching non-stop flights to Madrid, Spain from its secondary hub in Guadalajara beginning December 15. Aeromexico will fly its Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets three times weekly from Mexico’s second-largest city direct to the Spanish capital. The new non-stop service from Guadalajara…

Gulf Air Opens New Route to Singapore

As the summer arrives, many airlines are beginning to operate new routes to improve this year's operation. One of them is Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Earlier this week, the Middle Eastern airline operated its first flight between its base in Bahrein International Airport and…

Boeing Inspecting New 787 Dreamliner Issue

Boeing is inspecting a new potential problem with its popular 787 Dreamliner widebody jets, Aerotime Hub reports. The aircraft’s latest issue has to do with cockpit window security, as the supplier that makes the windows has modified its manufacturing process for the windscreens. Boeing wants to make sure that the…

Boeing Produces Final Boeing 787 Dreamliner From Everett Plant

On Friday night at around 10 p.m., Boeing's final 787 Dreamliner produced in Everett, Wa., exited the Boeing plant. The Dreamliner is scheduled for delivery with All Nippon Airways (ANA) as line number 1095.  [embed]https://twitter.com/mattcawby/status/1365549679836946440[/embed] By March 2021, Boeing expects to consolidate its Boeing 787 Dreamliner production at its plant…

Norwegian Returns Planes to Lessors

Norwegian Air Shuttle has begun moving aircraft to Ireland’s Shannon Airport as it plans to return the planes to lessors in accordance with its restructuring. Most of the planes Norwegian will lose are Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which the carrier has previously used for long-haul flights. Two Dreamliners are already prepared…

The AirlineGeeks Podcast Episode 14: A Look Into EAS, Dreamliner,…

Thank you for reading the AirlineGeeks Podcast Recap. This article gives a brief look at this week’s episode of our news podcast. For our full analysis of each of these stories, you can listen to The AirlineGeeks Podcast on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, or through our distributor, Anchor. This…

Boeing Loses 462 MAX Orders Amid COVID-19 Fallout

Boeing’s commercial airline customers have canceled a total of 462 Boeing 737 MAX orders since January 2020, meaning a 153% increase as of July compared to last year. The 737 MAX order book fell by 182 aircraft in 2019, substantially due to bankruptcy of Indian low-cost carrier Jet Airways, which…

EL AL Seeks $400 million From Israeli Government

Israeli flag carrier El Al, which has been crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic, is seeking state-guaranteed bank loans of up to $400 million after finding itself in a serious cash flow crisis leading to a halt in its passenger operations. The company has already taken various measures to tackle the…