Saudi Arabian airline flynas is diverting from the golden rule for low-cost carriers of operating one-type only. The carrier has taken delivery of a second Airbus A330-300, which it intends to start operating in the coming March. flynas inducts two A330s to boost...
Air Cote D’Ivoire is set to become the third operator of the Airbus A330neo in Africa. The airline and Airbus announced an order for two A330-900s on October 25 after a signing ceremony in Toulouse. Air Cote D’Ivoire opts for Airbus A330-900 for long-haul...
Deliveries of the new aircraft are still some two years away, but American Airlines already has unveiled a new premium cabin product for Airbus A321XLRs and Boeing 787-9s that will come in 2024. Called Flagship Suite, American offers a revamp of its Flagship Business...
Airbus is trying to break the hold of Boeing amongst the Indian widebody operators, bringing down its A350 Airspace Explorer demonstration aircraft on a South Asia Tour to showcase to potential customers in India. The aircraft visited Dhaka, Delhi, and Mumbai, before...
A threatened industrial dispute with Qantas long-haul flight attendants which would have grounded the airline’s international flights has been averted with 85 percent of cabin crew supporting a new deal. According to Qantas, the agreement removes a number of legacy...
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