British Airways has announced that it is planning to end operations with its Boeing 767-300 aircraft in Q4 2018.
Norwegian has been bound with controversy and challenges since they began international operations. However, the introduction of Norwegian to long haul markets has seen benefits for both the travelers and the airlines.
For business travelers, this is valuable time wasted sitting in the back of a car. One solution to this problem was to take travelers to the skies before their flights.
The aircraft wears Jazeera Airways’ standard livery featuring various shades of blue, however the word “neo” is written underneath the airline’s logo to promote the new aircraft type. The Kuwait budget carrier will offer a two class configuration onboard with both economy and a European style business class.
“SACAA suspended SA Express’ Operator’s Certificate, as well as its Aircraft Maintenance Organisation approvals,” the site reported. “SACAA has also suspended the Certificates of Airworthiness for nine of the 21 aircraft operated by the airline.”
“We’re a tad short in pilots,” he said. “But should be alright by September or October.”
On Friday, American and Emirati officials quietly signed a deal that should help end the battle that has been going on for years between airlines over the freedom of the skies.
On Tuesday tonight, Virgin America’s last ever flight departed, marking the end of an era for Richard Branson’s San Francisco-based startup carrier. VX1948 is the airline’s last revenue departure, from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) at 9:32 p.m. marking the last departure for the carrier. Around 11:01 p.m. the flight arrived in Los Angeles.
Boeing and European low-cost carrier Ryanair announced on Tuesday that they finalized an order for 25 additional high-capacity 737 MAX 8 airplanes. The $3 billion order, at current list prices, was previously listed as unidentified on Boeing’s Orders & Deliveries website.
on Monday, the Ultra Long Range variant of the A350 XWB, MSN 216, successfully completed its first flight. The latest version of the A350 XWB Family will be able to fly further than any other commercial airliner and will enter service with launch operator Singapore Airlines in the second half of 2018.