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Emirates moves to an all Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 fleet..!

DUBAI, U.A.E., 10 November 2016: In line with its vision to offer a superior passenger experience and improve environmental performance through a modern and state of the art wide-body aircraft fleet, Emirates has retired the last Airbus A330 and A340… Continue Reading →

The world’s worst airline? In 27 years, it’s never flown a single passenger.

Baltia Airlines was founded in August 1989 by Igor Dmitrowsky, who had planned to operate the service between the John F Kennedy Airport in New York, US and Pulkovo Airport in St Petersburg, Russia. But the airline has allegedly never… Continue Reading →

Design and History of Qantas Logo..

Qantas Group CEO, Alan Joyce, revealed the new design together with the new Business Suites and Economy seats that will feature on the B787 (see separate release) to a hangar of around 1,000 employees and guests in Sydney. “Since the… Continue Reading →

Qantas unveils next generation cabins for 787 Dreamliner.

Qantas has unveiled what customers onboard its flagship 787-9 Dreamliner can expect when the aircraft arrives in a year’s time. The Qantas Dreamliner will seat 236 passengers across Business, Premium Economy and Economy cabins in a layout that has been… Continue Reading →

12 Interesting Facts About The American Airline That You Probably Didn’t Know.

American Airlines is one of the most popular airlines that people use to travel both domestically and internationally. However, despite the fact that the airline has spent a considerable amount of time in the spotlight and under the scrutiny of… Continue Reading →

Five Future Aircraft Will be a revolution ! Future Innovative Planes

    1. ICON A5 The A5 is a high-wing flying boat-type amphibious monoplane with a carbon fiber airframe and retractable undercarriage. It seats two people in an enclosed 46-inch-wide (116.8 cm) cockpit and is powered by a single 100… Continue Reading →

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 banned on three Australian airlines.

Australian carrier Qantas told customers on Thursday not to use or charge Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 during flights after faulty batteries in the new smartphone caused some handsets to explode. Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone maker, said last week it… Continue Reading →

Giant Boeing 747 Is Converted Into the Largest Art Car to Ever Land at Burning Man

This original Boeing 747 dates back to 1985, but it’s been given new life in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, where it landed for Burning Man just several days ago. The annual experiential art festival often plays host to innovative mobile… Continue Reading →

Airbus is building a flying, driverless taxi to test in 2017

A team of Airbus engineers based out of Silicon Valley is currently working on the development of a new autonomous flying vehicle platform — one that’s been dubbed “Vahana” by those involved. The flying-vehicle platform — which is intended to… Continue Reading →

Indian Visa Temple : The Toy Airplanes Sacrifice When Praying for a Visa.

Indian worshippers are undertaking a bizarre ritual and offering up toy planes to the gods in the hope of a better life in the West. Hundreds of devotees regularly travel to the Sant Baba Nihal Singh Gurudwara temple in Punjab’s… Continue Reading →

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