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 will operate via Austria’s capital Vienna using the Boeing 787-9…

Kenya Airways Begins Nonstop Flights between Mombasa and Dubai

Dubai, United Arab Emirates' International Airport now has a new African destination in its network of 200 plus international destinations on Friday, with the recent launch of Kenya Airways’ inaugural service from the coastal city of Mombasa, Kenya. Kenya Airways will now be operating four weekly flights between Mombasa and…

Canada Jetlines Expands A320 Fleet and Destinations After Receiving Partial…

Canada Jetlines has been granted "economic authority" by the U.S. Department of Transportation to provide service the U.S. The new Canadian leisure carrier expects the Federal Aviation Administration to give the required approvals by the end of the year for the carrier to start operating to the U.S. "We are…

Cathay Pacific Returns to Russian Airspace, Limiting Codeshares from Other…

Since Nov. 1, Cathay Pacific Airways flight CX841 service from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Hong Kong returned to Russian airspace due to a strong high altitude headwind in the temperate zone. Previously, such weather has caused the flight to divert to Taipei to fuel up. Cathay…

COMAC ARJ21: Opening China’s Regional Network?

For many aviation enthusiasts outside of China, the COMAC ARJ21 is not an aircraft that they are often familiar with. The “Advanced Regional Jets of the 21st Century” was only operated by Chinese carriers as of this moment. Since the certification of COMAC ARJ in 2014 and its first flight…

How South Africa’s CemAir is Preparing for Rapid Expansion

CemAir — a South African privately-owned airline —  is looking to expand its operations by expanding its domestic capacity. The airline is best known for its flights to smaller towns like the popular tourist spot of Plettenberg Bay and the iron ore mining hub of Sishen. However, the carrier is…

International Flights Continue Returning to China

On October 12, Singapore Airlines announced that the carrier will resume another service to China, in the city of Xiamen, flight number SQ868/SQ869. After the resumption of this flight, Singapore Airlines Group, which includes Singapore Airlines, Silk Air, and Scoot Air, will provide as many as 14 weekly flights between…

Etihad Airways Boosts Flight Operations to U.S.

Etihad Airways plans to add 4 additional weekly flights between Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates and New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, starting in November. These additional flights will be flown on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. In response to the increased demand seen on this route, the carrier…

Hainan Airlines Resumes Flights to Manchester, U.K.

The U.K ‘s Manchester Airport has expanded its route map to mainland China again, after a two-year hiatus. The Chinese government has approved an agreement with the U.K. government to renew flights between Manchester, U.K. and China. As a result, Hainan Airlines will resume its Beijing to Manchester, U.K., operating…