flydubai reported record results for 2022, producing a historic profit of AED 1.2 billion ($327 million). It also inducted a record number of seventeen new aircraft but is still short of capacity, so it turned to wet leasing to add more seats. flydubai reports...
United Airlines and Emirates have confirmed their new extensive partnership, which will grow the presence of the US carrier in Dubai and give the Gulf airline more access to United’s US network. The codeshare partnership was expected for some weeks but confirmed...
Dubai International Airport (DXB) is preparing for an extensive runway closure next month. From May 9 until June 22, the Northern runway will be out of service for refurbishment. It will definitely have an impact on the operations of its major users, Emirates and...
Flydubai is set to take delivery of the highest number of new aircraft in its history, expecting twenty Boeing MAX 8s from March onwards. They will assist to grow the network, although part will likely be used to replace some of the oldest 737-800s that are now ten...
Air Arabia’s latest subsidiary airline, Fly Arna of Armenia, is preparing to roll out plans in the coming weeks and to launch services later this spring. It is optimistic that it will receive an Airline Operator Certificate (AOC) in due course and source its first two...
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