Finnair Calls Time On In Flight Magazines To Cut Emissions

In a spirited bid to lessen weight and cut down on carbon emissions, Finland’s national carrier Finnair has decided to do away with inflight magazines. Airlines globally are trying to find innovative... Read more »

Heathrow opens dedicated red list arrivals terminal | News

Heathrow has reopened Terminal 3 as a dedicated facility for arrivals into the UK from red list countries. Hotel quarantine for arrivals from the most dangerous destinations has been required for nearly... Read more »

Qatar Airways to offer new United States flights | News

Qatar Airways’ resumption of four-weekly Atlanta flights today marks the full return of the airline’s pre-pandemic United States network. The carrier now offered 12 destinations, two more than it operated before Covid-19.... Read more »

Qantas Is Now Operating 5 Embraer E190s From Alliance Airlines

Less than a week after the first Alliance Airlines Embraer E190s began flying for QantasLink, five of the planes are now in the air. More Embraers are on the way, but right... Read more »

Qatar Airways Deepens Partnership With Oman Air

Qatar Airways is deepening its partnership with Oman Air. The two airlines are expanding their codeshare partnership to extend to over 80 destinations on the Qatar Airways network. This will allow the... Read more »

Middle East Airlines Will Only Accept US Dollars From Tomorrow

Lebanese national flag carrier Middle East Airlines (MEA) announced on Sunday that it would only accept payments in US dollars starting from Tuesday, June 1. Originally, the move was to have taken... Read more »

Boeing halts 787 Dreamliner deliveries pending approval of planned inspection method

  Copyright Photo: Joe G. Walker. From Reuters: “The Federal Aviation Administration said Friday that Boeing had temporarily halted deliveries of 787 Dreamliners as the agency waits for more data to determine... Read more »

Belavia Shuts Down More Routes After EU Action

Since the events involving FR4978 on May 23rd, the nation Belarus has found itself increasingly cut off from Europe. The airline most significantly impacted by the actions of EU states is Belarusian... Read more »

Air New Zealand Sees A 5603% Increase In Passenger Numbers

The trans-Tasman travel bubble is providing Air New Zealand with a substantial boost in business. The airline has just released an operational update for April 2021. Australia is Air New Zealand’s biggest... Read more »

Airbus’ A220 Flight Test Aircraft Is Now A Mockup For Customers

It has been more than seven years since the Airbus A220’s first test aircraft took to the skies for its maiden voyage. Of course, back then, the project was still known as... Read more »