A China Airlines Airbus A350 on approach into Amsterdam. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Fabian Behr)

China Airlines Will Receive A321neo in September

According to local media, Taiwan’s China Airlines will modernize its fleet by adding 11 Airbus A321neo aircraft, the first of which will be delivered in September. The brand-new aircraft is set to enter services as soon as October. In addition, the airline expects the rest of the aircraft will be delivered very soon. The airline confirmed the deal of 11 A321neo and leased 14 of the type before the pandemic. China Airlines first considered replacing Boeing 737-800 in 2013. According…

Guam: A Short History of A Small Hub

[caption id="attachment_961" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo provided by Richard Ziskind[/caption] Guam is a small island country in the Pacific, owned by the United States. It is one of the 17 listed non-self governing countries by the United Nations. The island is served by a fairly large airport, Antonio B. Won Pat…