Many years ago, African airlines dominated the skies of Africa. Gross mismanagement and corruption saw the end of promising airlines like Nigeria Airways, Ghana Airways, Air Afrique, and others that connected the continent. Worried by the situation, leaders in the...
The settlement between the US Department of Justice and Boeing to resolve the investigation and prosecution into the MAX saga has been met with quite a few raised eyebrows. How is it that possible that Boeing evades criminal prosecution and has to pay only a $243.6...
The design of the Boeing 737 MAX was marred by technical design failures, lack of transparency with both regulators and customers, and efforts to downplay or disregard concerns about the operation of the aircraft. Concerns about the safety of the MCAS system from...
It’s mid-July and most airlines have significantly ramped up capacity since June, with more steps to follow this summer. Yet, traffic is still well below pre-Covid 19 levels. We bring you an update, with further updates on American Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Vietnam...
Friday, May 15. In recent days, airlines have been announcing a gradual return to flying again. The picture is diffuse, with some offering limited services from the second half of May and others extending their suspensions. So we update our story again. EUROPE: IAG:...
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