Passenger Breaches Cockpit Of American Airlines 737 In Honduras

A man was arrested in Honduras on Tuesday after entering the cockpit of an American Airlines Boeing 737-800 during the boarding process. The unidentified male damaged some cockpit controls and attempted to... Read more »

Qantas’ Airbus A380 Returns To Passenger Service

The Qantas Airbus A380 made a triumphant return to the skies with passengers onboard earlier today. The aircraft took off from Sydney Airport in Australia at 22:07 local time, around a quarter... Read more »

Video: Wizz Air Passenger Tries To Escape Plane After Diversion To Serbia

A Wizz Air flight from Billund in Denmark to Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina encountered two problems yesterday: first, it was diverted to Belgrade because it could not land in Tuzla due... Read more »

Travel Lane Network Lifts Singapore Airlines’ Passenger Numbers

Passenger traffic on the Singapore Airlines Group grew nearly 60% in one month following Singapore expanding its vaccinated travel lane network. The Singapore Airlines Group carried more than 300,000 passengers in November... Read more »

Poor Passenger Numbers Continue To Hamper Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific continues to experience poor passenger numbers it says are a result of capacity reductions, travel restrictions, quarantine requirements, and the ongoing effects of COVID-19. Across November, the airline carried just... Read more »

Passenger numbers continue to grow at Norwegian | News

New figures from Norwegian reveal the carrier welcomed over one million passengers in November for the second consecutive month. Adjustments to capacity and route network for the winter season have been well-received... Read more »

Air India Flight To Newark Returns To Delhi After Passenger Dies Onboard

In tragic news this week, an Air India flight bound for New York was forced to return to New Delhi after a passenger onboard died. The flight turned around three hours into... Read more »

Indian Airlines Make 73% Passenger Recovery In October, GoAir Overtakes SpiceJet

Indian airlines continued their strong recovery into October. Traffic data for the month shows 8.98 million passengers taking to the skies, a 73% recovery compared to the same month in 2019. The... Read more »

MAG sees passenger numbers increase in October | News

Manchester Airports Group (MAG) airports served 2.7 million passengers in October, which represented 51 per cent of pre-pandemic traffic compared to the same month in October 2019. These figures mark six months... Read more »

Airbus foresees demand for 39,000 new passenger and freighter aircraft by 2040

Airbus made this announcement from Dubai: Retirement of older aircraft to accelerate, demand progressively more driven by replacement, supporting the industry’s decarbonization objectives Demand for air transport will continue to grow, driven... Read more »

airBaltic sees passenger numbers spike as restrictions lift | News

airBaltic carried 232,900 passengers in September, some 194 per cent more than during the same period last year. As the recovery from Covid-19 continues, the Latvian airline performed 2,980 flights last month.... Read more »

Passenger Leaves AA Boeing 737 MAX Through Overwing Exit

In a curious sequence of events, police in Miami detained an American Airlines passenger earlier this week after the person left an aircraft through its overwing exit. The incident took place on... Read more »

Passenger numbers continue to fall at Luton Airport | News

London Luton Airport (LLA) welcomed 1.2 million passengers throughout July and August this year, as people travelled to visit family and friends, whilst holidaymakers took advantage of relaxed travel restrictions during the... Read more »

The First Passenger A319neo Is Currently Undergoing Flight Testing

Airbus is currently undergoing the process of flight testing the first Airbus A319neo bound for a passenger airline. Taking its first flight earlier this month, the aircraft is bound for China Southern.... Read more »

The World’s Oldest Active Passenger 747s Are Over 40 Years Old

The Boeing 747 fundamentally changed the nature of long-haul air travel. As a family, it has been in service for more than half a century since its first commercial flight from New... Read more »