What Happened To airBaltic’s Boeing 737s?

We recently took a look at all-Airbus A220 operator and Latvian flag carrier airBaltic’s turboprop years. While these aircraft were ideal for its shorter and lower-demand services, it also used to operate... Read more »

What Happened To Emirates’ Non-ER Boeing 777-300s?

With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continuing to hamper passenger demand levels, Emirates is primarily flying its Boeing 777s at the moment. These twinjets presently represent a more capacity-efficient solution than its colossal... Read more »

What Happened To South African Airways’ Airbus A350s?

Airbus’s next-generation A350 XWB series is a cornerstone of the movement towards highly efficient widebody designs with just two engines. This is underlined by its presence on ultra-long-haul corridors like New York-Singapore.... Read more »

What Happened To Air Canada’s Airbus A340s?

Canadian flag carrier Air Canada presently operates various Airbus designs, from the ex-Bombardier A220 to the twin-aisle A330. However, did you know that, previously, it has also flown the four-engine Airbus A340?... Read more »

What Happened To Blue Air’s Retired Boeing 737 Classic Aircraft?

Romanian low-cost carrier Blue Air has operated six different variants from Boeing’s popular 737 family over the years. Among these have been all three versions of the 737 Classic series, which comprises... Read more »

What Happened To Qantas’ Retired Boeing 747s?

It is nearly 12 months since Qantas flew its last Boeing 747 flights. In the middle of a dire 2020, Qantas sent its final 747s out in a blaze of publicity. At... Read more »