Articles Tagged ‘Airbus’
As new tour operator PristinaJET plans Germany and Switzerland routes, we look at its plans in a country dominated by tour operators.
Air France phasing out A380s also means the end of its quads. We look into why this is very good, together with exploring its A380 operations.
Delta has never been a large user of 777s, and their earlier-than-planned end comes as no surprise. We look at why & at the type’s top operators.
As Rex, with 57 operational Saab 340s, considers acquiring narrowbodies, far beyond its comfort zone, we look at what it’s considering. Much is at stake.
As American Airlines retires all A330-300s, B757s, B767s, CRJ-200s, and E190s, we look at where they were most used and their wind down.
Air Transat ended A310 ops on 30 March, with no Western airline now using the type in pax config. We analyse the A310’s current operators and routes.
We analyse the continual decline of wide-body quads and explore the development of new(er) twins as replacements and for growth.
We speak to Fernando Estrada, VP Strategy and Network Planning at VivaAerobus to learn more.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines inaugurates A350 services between Copenhagen and Chicago on 28 January.
Boeing completes first flight of the 777-9X. We reveal the top 777 operators, and where the next orders could come from.
Singapore Airlines announces Brussels. In the past year, 33,000 flew Brussels-Singapore P2P. Brussels – Southeast Asia/Australasia saw 507,000 passengers.
Qantas has provisionally chosen the A350-1000 for Project Sunrise flights. Other than Sydney-London/New York, what other new non-stop routes are possible?