Another order before JL is gone.Jump to post
Emirates has no interest in the Pakistani carrier.
http://www.arabianbusiness.com/transpor ... ng-airline
Emirates Airline today has revealed its new ad on how to better address your needs by choosing a good airline rather than fighting to upgrade your flight seat for a better inflight experience. The ad will feature a specific passenger problem that arise during check in and upgrade. The airline produc...Jump to post
In the following thread, i thought we might share some problems airlines around the globe are facing and some possible solutions to face them. For example: Etihad. A current problem: losses and profitability. A possible solution: standardize the fleet and cancel deliveries. maintain the B789 and A32...Jump to post
A Turkish airlines flight TK1555 operating Istanbul - Hannover, flew into Helium balloons after take off from IST. The plane continued the flight to Hannover safely. The flight was operated by an A321
How come the ATC didnt notice it?
That's true, I forgot about that, FLL will get the new B77L cabin with 38 business only and around 270 in economy. Actually I think most of the cuts are still in place, SEA, LAX, BOS, FLL and MCO are still reduced, MCO soon to get back to daily, and DFW and IAH are B77W when they were A380, however...Jump to post
According to some sources from Airbus, the company is putting up plans to axe the A380 program if it doesn't get any order from the largest A380 operator, Emirates. " “If there is no Emirates deal, Airbus will start the process of ending A380 production,” a person briefed on the plans said. A s...Jump to post
Emirates outlines its 2-class B77L operations: Dubai – Ahmedabad eff 01OCT18 EK538 1 daily (Inbound EK539 displaying 3-class) Dubai – Ft. Lauderdale eff 25MAR18 3 weekly (Day 257; Daily from 02MAY18) Dubai – Karachi eff 05SEP18 2 weekly Dubai – Mumbai eff 01OCT18 EK502/503 1 daily Dubai – Yinchuan –...Jump to post
Its all due to security reasons. Tunisian women fighting with ISIS has been going back home from Syria and Iraq according to credible sources.
Source: http://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/s ... -1.2146410
It seems that Emirates flights into the U.S is being restored slowly.Jump to post
[quote="jetfuel"]Looks like diversion to Bahrain, Dubai World Centre and Al Ain and one plane broken down
Which plane broke down?
Starting from 08JUN18, Emirates will launch daily B777 flights to Stansted Airport.
It has been announced in the local media that Etihad Airways will be dropping Tehran from it routes list effective 24JAN18. EY currently serves Tehran once daily with the A320.
No reasons given for the route closure. Emirates serves Tehran with 21 weekly flights along with flights to Mashad.
They are trying to build a large major free trade zone out of Aqaba. Are they really? All the locals seem to think it's a waste from when I was there. Apparently you can't take anything out of the free zone? Or maybe it was just booze they were talking about. I know getting out things from Aqaba to...Jump to post
more about Air Arabia Jordan dispute: http://www.arabianbusiness.com/industri ... -amman-ceoJump to post
Royal Jordanian, Jordan's National carrier, is once again in a turnaround process. The airline which have been affected by uncertainty, regional conflicts and global issues is aiming to reduce cost by 6% and grow unit revenue by 7%. The airline will also retire its Embraer fleet and grow the A320 fl...Jump to post
Emirates President, Sir Tim Clark has expressed that his airline is seriously looking at adding a premium economy class cabin onboard some of the aircraft. Sir Tim has admitted that his airline has underestimated the premium economy offering and now the airline is serious about it. Emirates is curre...Jump to post
To due ongoing disputes with the Jordanian civil aviation authority, Air Arabia Jordan, a subsidiary of Air Arabia Group, has suspended all scheduled operations from/to Amman Queen Alia International Airport. The airline have been denied additional traffic rights and add new routes. Mr. Adel Ali, gr...Jump to post
Turkish Airlines CEO, Mr. Bilal Eksi has said that the carrier is currently not interested in buying the A380, but the carrier might rethink about it once the new airport is inaugurated at the end of 2018. Turkish Airlines is currently looking to buy 40 more jets and is considering the A350 and the ...Jump to post
Fabrice Bregier: " “If we finalise it we will be committed to producing this aircraft, I believe, for at least for the next 10 years.”"
Source: http://www.arabianbusiness.com/industri ... d-in-dubai
With the growing number of airlines operating globally and laying their ambitious plans, who can that growth be a challenge to the aviation safety bodies/regulators?Jump to post
Etihad B77L adjusted schedule: Abu Dhabi – Dallas/Ft. Worth 1 daily until 24MAR18 Abu Dhabi – Los Angeles 1 daily until 14JAN18 Abu Dhabi – Munich 1 flight on 19JAN18 Abu Dhabi – Singapore 1 flight on 05DEC17 Source: https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/275754/etihad-tentatively-schedul...Jump to post
Flydubai CEO, Mr. Ghaith AL Ghaith has said that the airline is in the market for more aircraft as the airline is looking for expansion with eyes on Africa, Europe and Russia. The airline is now looking on how to expand beyond 2023 when the company will be operating more than 100 aircraft. "“We...Jump to post