UPDATE Sep 19 – SAS is seeking court approval to reject the lease of several aircraft and return them to their lessors. The aircraft involved include five widebodies. The Scandinavian airline filed a so-called omnibus motion with the Southern District of New...
It’s not often we specifically report on the new livery of an airline, but this time we make an exemption. Because German leisure airline Condor has come up with “something completely different”, to quote John Cleese. An Airbus A321 will operate the first service with...
Air France will launch services with its new Airbus A220 on October 31, first to Berlin, Milan-Linate, and Venice. At a later stage during the upcoming winter season and after delivery of five more aircraft, the new type will also operate to Bologna, Rome, Lisbon, and...
How to celebrate your 100th birthday? KLM knows only one way to do it: BIG and in style. Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij used its founding date October 7 to good effect to invite special guests, former KLM bosses, the minister of Finance, and media to commemorate...
The days of nuts and bolts in aircraft manufacturing are unlikely to disappear completely but the way airliners are built is certainly going to change in the very near future. At least at Airbus, where at last week’s Innovation Days 2019 in Toulouse the media were...
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