Airports Istanbul prepares for airport move

On October 29, 2018, Istanbul will change airports. The old Istanbul Atatürk Airport will be closed, while the IGA Istanbul New Airport will be opened.

Airlines Icelandair selected as a partner for Cabo Verde Airlines

The Cape Verdean government has confirmed talks with Icelandair about a sale of a majority share in the African country’s carrier Cabo Verde Airlines.

Airlines Does Emirates plan an Etihad takeover?

According to a media report, Emirates is looking at taking over its neighbor carrier Etihad.

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Airports Istanbul prepares for airport move

On October 29, 2018, Istanbul will change airports. The old Istanbul Atatürk Airport will be closed, while the IGA Istanbul New Airport will be opened.

Airlines Icelandair selected as a partner for Cabo Verde Airlines

The Cape Verdean government has confirmed talks with Icelandair about a sale of a majority share in the African country’s carrier Cabo Verde Airlines.

Airlines Does Emirates plan an Etihad takeover?

According to a media report, Emirates is looking at taking over its neighbor carrier Etihad.

UAV Laflamme Aero tests drone with 90 kg maximum payload

Laflamme Aero Inc., a company based in Quebec, Canada, announced the successful conclusion of a first series of flight tests for the LX300 drone.

Industry Cathay Pacific donates world’s first Boeing 777 to aviation museum

Cathay Pacific has announced to donate the world’s first Boeing 777-200 to the Pima Air & Space Museum in Arizona.

Airlines Brussels Airlines to withdraw last route to Asia

The Belgian flag carrier Brussels Airlines has announced to stop its flights from Brussels to Mumbai from January, 7, 2019.

Industry First ANA A380 completes maiden flight

The first Airbus A380 for All Nippon Airways has successfully completed its first flight.

Airlines Small Planet Airlines Germany ceases operations

Small Planet Airlines Germany has announced, that it will cease its operations over the course of a restructuring process.

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Industry First Genghis Khan Airlines ARJ21 receives livery

Comac has revealed pictures of the first ARJ21 regional aircraft in the livery of the start-up Genghis Khan Airlines.

Airlines United Airlines to reduce emissions by 50% by 2050

United Airlines has stated, that the airline will reduce its own emissions by 50 percent in the next 32 years.

Industry Turkmenistan Airlines to order three 737 MAX 7 aircraft

The Turkmenistan government has announced, that Turkmenistan Airlines is allowed to order three MAX 7 aircraft.

Helicopters Universal Helicopters buys Lakelse Air

Canada´s Universal Helicopters has bought the fleet of Lakelse Air in order to pursue ambitious growth plans.

UAV Flytrex launches drone food delivery service

Drone company Flytrex has announced, that it has started to deliver food in North Carolina by using a drone.

Industry First Delta Air Lines A220 rolls out of painting hangar

Delta Air Lines` first Airbus A220-100 was introduced this week after rolling out of the painting hangar at the A220 final assembly line in Mirabel, Quebec.

Industry Air Peace orders ten Boeing 737 MAX 8

The private Nigerian carrier Air Peace has announced an order for ten Boeing 737 MAX 8.

Airports New “Golf” stands commence operations at Zurich Airport

After an 18-month construction period, ten new open stands were commissioned in the south of Zurich Airport, around two months ahead of schedule.

Start-Ups New Switzerland-based carrier looking for investors

A new Swiss airline start up seeks a funding to launch low-cost long-haul operations from a Swiss airport.

Industry Comac tests new technologies with study aircraft V1plus

Comac´s study aircraft V1plus has successfully performed its first flight. The aircraft features an unusual aerodynamic layout design with three surfaces.

Airlines Denmark to sell its stake in Air Greenland

The Danish Government and the Scandinavian carrier SAS have announced to sell its stake in Air Greenland.

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