TAAG Angola Airlines Receives First of Six Dash 8-400s

TAAG Angola Airlines, the national flag carrier for Angola yesterday received its first of six Dash 8-400 aircraft from De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited. This introduction of Dash 8-400 is expected to support the growth of TAAG’s network. “We selected the Dash 8-400 aircraft to support our development of…

Chinese Airlines Struggle While the World Slowly Reopens

On Nov. 8, as European airlines celebrate the reopening of the U.S., their peers in China are worrying about how to survive through the pandemic. Airlines released their third-quarter earnings in the past week, and only Spring Airlines, a budget airline based in Shanghai, turned a profit over the quarter.…

FAA Referring Disruptive Passengers for Criminal Prosecution

The FAA has begun referring cases of disruptive passengers to the FBI and Department of Justice for prosecution. The agency has referred 37 cases of disruptive passengers to the FBI since August. The number of disruptive and unruly passengers has been on the rise this year due to pushback from…

Etihad Returns To Medina, Broadens Aeroflot Partnership

The re-opening of international borders has re-allowed the influx of business and leisure travellers, and slowly but surely, passengers travelling for religious significance are allowed as well. In mid-October, the Prophet Mosque for Medina announced the suspension of social distancing requirements and has since allowed for full-capacity attendance. Additionally, non-resident…

China Airlines and EVA Air Resumes Indonesia Services

Taiwan’s government has removed Indonesia from the list of high-risk countries in response to the coronavirus curve flattening in Indonesia. China Airlines and EVA Air have announced that regular flights to Indonesia will resume in November. The resumed services are expected to meet the rising business and cargo demand. Both…

Royal Air Maroc Outlines Restructuring Plan

Royal Air Maroc will be initiating a new organizational transformation to support the development of the company and put it back on a recovery and growth trajectory in the global arena. With the current aviation landscape, both full of uncertainties as well as full of opportunities, Royal Air Maroc is…

ANA Expects Second Year of Net Loss, Plans To Cut…

A number of months back in May 2021, ANA Holdings Inc. said that it was initially predicted to see a net profit for the year lasting through March 2022. The earlier prediction came as Japan was hosting the Summer 2020 Tokyo Olympics and also as vaccinations rates were rolling relatively…

Alaska Airlines Expands Presence In Ohio

The airline industry — notoriously known for being cutthroat and competitive — emerged differently and continues to rapidly evolve, compared to prior to the ongoing COVID-19 adversity. Several major carriers have started to rebound and increase flight operations,  just as quickly as when they were forced to suspend flights and…

United Airlines Expands London Heathrow Network

The month of October has been a rather busy one for United Airlines, as the great news of route expansions and travel just kept on coming much to the delight of its passengers. From having announced its biggest-ever transatlantic network expansion to just recently unveiling a new regional shuttle service…