Airbus: Traveling By Air Remains Very Safe

Air travel is starting to open up again, with passenger numbers heading in the right direction in several countries. However, several passengers are undoubtedly still concerned about flying again. Nonetheless, during the... Read more »

Quebec City To Gain More Leisure Flights From Air Canada

Even though we are months away from cooler weather in the northern hemisphere, Air Canada is gearing up for the winter season and announcing new services out of Quebec City. The airport... Read more »

Air France’s First Airbus A220 Rolls Out Of The Paint Shop

Air France is preparing for the arrival of something new and exciting. Its first Airbus A220 has been spotted rolling out of the Airbus paint shop, ahead of delivery to the French... Read more »

Russia’s Azur Air Plots First Class With Former Cathay Pacific Boeing 777s

Russian regional leisure airline Azur Air looks ready to up the stakes by introducing a first class service after acquiring three Boeing 777-300s from Miami-based commercial aircraft leaser Aviator Capital Aircraft Managers... Read more »

IATA Wants Argentina To Reopen For International Air Traffic

Having a reliable flight schedule in Argentina is becoming harder and harder, said the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The Argentinian government has tightened up international flights, and it is only allowing... Read more »

The EU Gives IAG More Time For Air Europa Purchase Process

The European Commission has extended the deadline for its investigation into the acquisition of Air Europa by IAG. Previously the deadline to decide was November 5th, but this has been extended to... Read more »

Keating secures new role with Air Transat | News

Air Transat has promoted UK & Ireland commercial director, Adrian Keating, to lead a wider range of markets across Europe and also in the Americas. In Europe, these markets are Croatia, Greece,... Read more »

An A320 Wouldn’t Work If The A321 Doesn’t Work – Wizz Air

Airlines with fleet commonality enjoy a significant cost saving over those with mixed fleets. However, it also means they have less choice when it comes to serving routes that perhaps have lower... Read more »

Air Canada begins to rebuild United States route network | News

Air Canada will expand its schedule to the United States over the summer, offering 55 routes to 34 destinations south of the border. In total, the flag-carrier will offer 220 daily flights... Read more »

Air Peace Inaugurates Its First Embraer E195-E2 Aircraft

Nigerian carrier Air Peace has officially inaugurated its first Embraer E195-E2. The airline took delivery of its first E2 in January and has since added two more. After over six months of... Read more »