The title for the World’s Longest Flight is set to return to Singapore Airlines, with a little help from Airbus. This year, with the delivery of the first A350-900 ULR, they will get to restart non-stop flights between Singapore and New York within 2018, followed by non-stop flights to Los Angeles next year!
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IndiGo and GoAir have been put in a spot by the regulator. This is the up and coming peak season for traffic, and they have been ordered to ground up to 11 planes which may have an affected PW engine on them, which could cause problems inflight. Err…
At the Singapore Air Show, Airbus gave an insight into the market forecast for Asia-Pacific region. In 2017, Airbus gained 100 new aircraft orders from 7 customers making it the leader and with Asia-Pacific is on its way to become the world’s largest aviation market, Airbus is on track to maintain its lead in this region.
The Airbus A321LR took to the skies for the first time today, and this new variant of the popular Airbus A320 can make transatlantic with up to 240 people in one go. The plane will be inducted into service by the end of 2018.
Qatar Airways will be delaying the induction of the Airbus A350-1000 in their fleet since they can’t figure out how to install the Q-Suite inside. This could be interesting!
You will see that Airbus A380 Emirates aeroplane in the sky much longer than you thought. Airbus and Emirates have just arrived at a new arrangement for 36 of these planes to be bought by Emirates over the coming years!
A brand new Singapore Airlines A380 with the new cabin products are now ready for departure to two new destinations: London Heathrow and Hong Kong. Here is how to get yourself to fly the new Singapore Airlines A380
Here are the 8 aviation and travel related Predictions 2018 from our side. If these work out, life will be better for all of us! What are your predictions for the year ahead?
We go inside the Emirates Executive Jet, a plane available for charter to the jet-setters, and find out all about the luxury this A319J packs inside it! Check it out!
Airbus has confirmed that John Leahy will be leaving Airbus at the end of the year, and he will be succeeded by Rolls Royce Executive Eric Schulz. That should mark the end of an era for Airbus!