With the delivery of the final Airbus A380 to Emirates on December 16, the book on the production of the world’s biggest passenger aircraft can be closed. The aircraft registered as A6-EVS is the 251st A380 that has been delivered new to an airline, yet it has...
Thai Airways International managed to reduce its operating loss for the first nine months of 2021, despite a decline in revenue due to new COVID-19 outbreaks in Thailand, coupled with ongoing international travel restrictions related to the pandemic. Operating loss...
AirAsia Group is renaming the holding company of its airlines as part of the group’s plans to create a clear distinction between the airline and digital operations. This has resulted in the holding company, AirAsia Investment, being rebranded as AirAsia Aviation...
The Airbus A380 is set for a revival. Just when many thought that Covid had done for the biggest passenger airplane in the world, a number of airlines have planned to reintroduce the type into service. British Airways confirmed today that it will re-activate four...
Another airline is going to say goodbye to the Airbus A380. Korean Air will dispose of its ten double-deckers within five years, while the carrier will take another five more years to also phase out its ten Boeing 747-8Is, CEO Walter Cho has told FlightGlobal. Korean...
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