Friday - May 26, 2017

Airlines

Emirates reported to be reconsidering their Airbus A350 cancellation

Emirates reported to be reconsidering their Airbus A350 cancellation

According to reports coming out of the aviation industry, Emirates Airlines are seriously reconsidering reinstating their order to Anglo-French aircraft manufacturer Airbus for 70 A350 aircraft which they put on hold just a few weeks ago. The Emirates cancellation was seen throughout the industry as a serious blow for Airbus, which had been in the

Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, to increase their domestic and international flight schedules

Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, to increase their domestic and international flight schedules

Aeromexico, one of Mexico’s leading airlines has announced that they are about to increase the number and intensity of flights that it operates between its hub in Mexico City and a number of major destinations, both domestic and international. Starting from within the next month, Aeromexico will be increasing the number of flights it offers

Startup carrier La Compagnie to revive the “All-Premium Concept” on the Newark to Paris route

Startup carrier La Compagnie to revive the “All-Premium Concept” on the Newark to Paris route

La Compagnie, the airline division of holding company Dreamjet Participation, have announced that they are about to launch a Newark to Paris flight that will be purely business class. The return to business class flights only on this popular route was announced byLa Compagnie’s co-founder and deputy CEO Peter Luethi after a number of companies,


Emirates increase passenger capacity on its newly introduced Boston route

Emirates increase passenger capacity on its newly introduced Boston route

Dubai-basedEmirates Airlines who launched their Boston service earlier this year are looking forward to considerably improve their passenger and cargo carrying capacity within the coming weeks when they begin operating the route using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, instead of the Boeing 777-200LR, which are currently in use. By bringing in the Boeing 777-300ER, the world’s largest

British Airways are reported to be in advanced negotiations with global satellite network operators Inmarsat to provide in-flight internet

British Airways are reported to be in advanced negotiations with global satellite network operators Inmarsat to provide in-flight internet

British Airways are reportedly anxious to be among the first airlines to take advantage of the Inmarsat project that will see them launch the European Union-wide aviation service by 2016, with all that is required is necessary regulatory clearances from the 28-member states. If all goes according to plan, BA will be amongst the first


Delta Air Lines implement their Seattle to Seoul Services with Hong Kong to follow in close succession

Delta Air Lines implement their Seattle to Seoul Services with Hong Kong to follow in close succession

Delta Air Lines have added a daily nonstop flight from Seattle- to Seoul schedule, with a daily flight from Seattle to Hong Kong Airport also to commence from the middle of the month. The new service now brings the number of Asian routes that Delta will be servicing from Seattle to five, with Shanghai, Beijing

BA introduces the latest and most powerful online booking app

BA introduces the latest and most powerful online booking app

British Airways have reacted to the dramatic increase in the number of business travellers booking flights through their mobile devices, by introducing what they claim to be there most up-to-date app to date. Their latest app, compatible with both iPhone and Android smartphones, is readily available for download from ba.com/apps, and is a result of

KLM takes their longest flight to date powered by sustainable jet fuel

KLM takes their longest flight to date powered by sustainable jet fuel

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines recently completed their longest flight to date partially powered by sustainable jet fuel. The flight from Schiphol airport in Amsterdam to the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba was more than 10 hours long, with 20% of the fuel powering the aircraft, an Airbus A330-200, being a blend of sustainable fuel made