Etihad is about to do ‘a Lufthansa’. After many months of saying “we won’t” and “we might”, the Abu Dhabi airline has now confirmed that it will bring back four Airbus A380s out of storage for the summer 2023 schedule. Etihad confirms it needs A380s after all. The...
The airline and aerospace industry are looking with great anticipation at Montreal in the next two weeks, where the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) holds its 41st Assembly from September 27 until October 7. On top of the agenda of the 193 states is...
COMAC has completed all flight tests with the C919 and is now waiting for certification of China’s newest commercial airliner, the state-owned company said in a media statement on July 23. COMAC C919 completes all flight tests. The statement says that after the...
Qantas and Alliance Aviation Services have reached an agreement, in which Qantas will fully acquire Alliance by purchasing the remaining 80.1 percent of its shares. The acquisition will allow Qantas to better serve its growing regional operations, it said on May 5....
British Airways is doing everything it can to prevent a repetition of the travel chaos it experienced in Q1 at London Heathrow and from IT issues. It is beefing up its organizational structure, hiring new staff, and rebuilding IT, but the carrier is frustrated by...
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