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SWISS farewell to his last Avro RJ100

After more than 15 years in the service lines, Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) today took leave of his last Avro RJ100. The ultimate representative of the fleet of 21 aircraft of this type took off this morning from Geneva… Continue Reading →

120 passengers left behind by Lion Air flown out on later flight

The Transportation Ministry has announced that 120 passengers, who were left behind at Juwata Tarakan International Airport in North Kalimantan by a Lion Air pilot, following a check-in system failure, have now left on another flight.Initially, the passengers were to… Continue Reading →

Bahrain, UAE open up airspace for Qatar Airways, world aviation agency says

MONTREAL — The world aviation agency says Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to open up some of their airspace to Qatar’s state-owned airline after it was hit with flight restrictions earlier this summer in a diplomatic dispute.A… Continue Reading →

airberlin expands Business Class on European flights

airberlin has drawn a positive balance over the past ten months since introducing the Business Class to short and medium-haul routes and will double the space allocated to the popular premium service to two rows of seats. Particularly high demand… Continue Reading →

Helicopter carrying wedding party lands in prison in Bangladesh

A private helicopter carrying a wedding party landed by mistake inside a high security prison on Thursday, sparking massive security concerns amid reports that terrorists were planning an attack on the jail to free the militant inmates.According to the officials… Continue Reading →

Scottish airline offers world’s shortest flight at just 90 seconds

There's no time for a cheeky G&T before lunch and certainly none to watch a film.With a flight time of just two minutes, there is no time for aircraft even to put its wheels up as it performs the world's… Continue Reading →

WestJet employee’s act of kindness reunites Calgary man with dying sister

A WestJet employee is receiving an outpouring of praise after she helped reunite a man with his dying sister. Kellie Martin took to Facebook last week to commend Susan, a WestJet employee she spoke to over the phone, for her… Continue Reading →

Qatar waives visas for 80 countries, including India, amid Gulf boycott

Doha: Qatar announced on Wednesday a programme to allow visa-free entry for citizens of 80 countries to encourage air transport and tourism amid a two-month boycott imposed on the Gulf state by its neighbours.Nationals from dozens of countries in Europe… Continue Reading →

Pilotless Planes Could Save Airlines $35 Billion Per Year

Technology is ready to take over, and that includes airplanes. Although air travel is no stranger to autopilot, most people are uncomfortable with the idea of flying on a fully automated plane. According to a new report from Swiss bank UBS,… Continue Reading →

Saudia airline just banned ‘tight’ and ‘revealing’ clothing on flights

Saudia, which flies from the kingdom to Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America, asks travellers to refrain from wearing anything that could “cause discomfort or offense to other passengers”, adding that a failure to comply could mean customers… Continue Reading →

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