Two IndiGo Flights Avoid Mid-Air Collision In Bangalore

Earlier this month, two IndiGo flights came close to experiencing a mid-air collision after departing Bangalore. The jets had been cleared to depart on parallel runways, and risked converging had it not... Read more »

US Forces Chinese Airlines To Suspend 44 Flights As Feud Continues

The US-China feud over airline service due to COVID-related protocols continues. In the latest move, the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) is forcing the cancellation of 44 flights operated by Chinese... Read more »

LATAM Resumes 777 Flights To The US Following 5G Drama

Like many airlines worldwide, LATAM Airlines Group was worried about the deployment of 5G network in the United States, something that was supposed to happen this week. LATAM switched a fraction of... Read more »

Jet2 Sees Huge Demand For Ski Holiday Flights Over Easter

British leisure specialist Jet2 says it has seen a massive spike in bookings for skiing destinations for Easter. Following the response to last week’s news that France would reopen its borders to... Read more »

Jetstar Reboots Boeing 787-8 Flights To Phuket

After suspending flights in 2020, Jetstar restored services to the Thai holiday hotspot of Phuket last week. Jetstar is back flying its Boeing 787-8 aircraft to Phuket twice a week from Melbourne... Read more »

Promises Made: Qantas Eyes Resumption of Perth – London Flights

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan has promised Qantas CEO Alan Joyce he will open up Perth once Western Australia hits its 90% vaccination target. In turn, this will allow Qantas to resume... Read more »

British Airways Resumes Airbus A380 Flights To Johannesburg

British flag carrier British Airways has resumed flights to Johannesburg with the Airbus A380. The airline resumed long-haul flights with its largest aircraft just over a month ago. While the Omicron variant... Read more »

Aircraft Shortage Prompts Air Ocean Airlines To Cancel All Flights

Ukrainian domestic carrier Air Ocean Airlines has been forced to implement a two-month operational suspension. It is presently suffering from an aircraft shortage, which has arisen due to a combination of scheduled... Read more »

Solomon Airlines Extends International Flights Pause Until July

Aside from continuing a weekly government-approved flight to Brisbane, Solomon Airlines confirmed on Monday that it would extend its pause of international flying until July 2. The Honiara-based airline attributes this decision... Read more »

Air Canada Pauses Flights To 15 Caribbean Destinations

Air Canada is suspending flights to 15 warm-weather destinations until April 30. Attributing the suspensions to the “current pandemic context,” Air Canada says it will operate some one way flights from the... Read more »

IndiGo To Cancel 20% Of Its Flights Amid Omicron Impact

IndiGo today shared that approximately 20% of its current flight schedule will be withdrawn from service due to the impact of the Omicron variant. The Indian low-cost carrier has highlighted a series... Read more »

11 Airports Will See 2 Or More Daily Emirates A380 Flights This Month

Last month Emirates took delivery of the final Airbus A380s to be produced by the European planemaker. The airline is already putting the jets to good use. 11 airports will see the... Read more »

UK Ends 2021 With International Flights Down 71% Vs 2019

2021 was a bumpy year for UK aviation, starting off at a low and ending at a (relative) high. However, the recovery remains far from complete, with international flights in and out... Read more »

Argentina To Introduce Fare Bands For Domestic Flights

A week ago, the Argentinian government announced the reestablishment of a system of fare bands for domestic flights. This measure will impact the low-cost airlines, such as Flybondi and JetSMART, but help... Read more »

Swiss Relaunches Flights To New York From Geneva

Swiss International Airlines (SWISS) has resumed its flagship service between Geneva and New York. Operated by an Airbus A330-300, the flights will initially run on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, with plans... Read more »

Which IAG Airlines Operated The Most Flights In 2021?

IAG, or the International Airlines Group, is arguably best known for its two largest flag carriers, British Airways, and Iberia. The group also contains LEVEL, Vueling, and Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus.... Read more »

Ethiopian Airlines To Resume Boeing 737 MAX Flights In February

Ethiopian Airlines has revealed that it plans to bring the Boeing 737 MAX back into service next February. The airline previously said it would be the last to bring the type back.... Read more »

Qantas Now Plans To Resume International A380 Flights In January

Qantas is tipped to bring its Airbus A380 aircraft back to service early as pilots on other fleets face strict quarantine rules. The move will allow the airline more flexibility with the... Read more »

What Cabins Does Lufthansa Offer On Long-Haul Flights?

Lufthansa is Germany’s national flag carrier airline and one of the largest airlines in Europe by fleet size with 279 aircraft. Combined with its subsidiary Eurowings, Lufthansa flies to all corners of... Read more »

What Cabins Does Air France Offer On Long-Haul Flights?

While offering its customers a unique experience that combines pleasure, refinement, and relaxation Air France incorporates French culture in all of its flights. With that in mind today, we thought we would... Read more »