Air New Zealand plans to fly non-stop from Auckland to New York City and Chicago once the airline orders and recieves either the A350ULR or B777X. According to the airline's CEO, Chris Luxon, the new flights aims primarily for “premium leisure travelers” rather than “corporate travelers. The airline...Jump to post
under the directives of his Majesty, King Abdulla of Jordan, Royal Jordanian has operated a releif flight to the island to evacuate 96 Jordanians from the island. The flight is operated by a B787.
A photo has been posted on twitter by RJA.
it is the first time to see an Arab airline landing at SXM!
LH discontinued MUC-DXB; OS discontinued VIE-DXB; LH cancelled one of its two daily to DXB; DY cancelled OSL-DXB; SK cancelled CPH-DXB; EK has 5 daily A380 services to DXB, BA has a single. LH has also discontinued FRA-KWI-DOH, with the service now terminating in KWI. This is, perhaps, not the sign...Jump to post
doesn't look professional at all!Jump to post
Iran has announced as of today its closure of airspace to all U.S and Saudia aircraft from overflying. According to the article, all U.S aircraft will be warned from the air defense base. The ban spreads no only on the US but also on other countries involved in the ongoing conflict in Yemen, includi...Jump to post
Renewed Emirates - Qantas partnership: No frequent flyer upgrades.
https://www.ausbt.com.au/no-frequent-fl ... artnership
Emirates won't let go this year's airshow without announcing an order.Jump to post
Like someone said Kuwait Airways B777 top up order,Obviously Emirates will order either A350 or B787 possibly A330NEO and EgyptAir as they have said they wanted to order new aircraft to replace something like 33 older aircraft yup. that was me. They have received their full order or maybe more A330s.Jump to post
I would guess the following:
An order from Emirates, Saudia and Egypt Air. Maybe Kuwait (B77W top-up. They have received the 10 frames they ordered). Etihad = No.
Am not sure if Qatar Airways can participate in the event.
is QF aiming to compete against BA and SQ on SIN - LHR route?Jump to post
Berlin - Abu Dhabi last flight is on 17SEP and Berlin - Chicago on 30SEPJump to post
Kuwait Airways will undego a strategic overhaul
http://www.arabianbusiness.com/industri ... d-minister
Starting from Summer'18, AA will drop its seasonal flight btw JFK and Manchester. The airline currently operates the B757 and B767 on the route. AA faces two competitors on the route, Virgin Atlantic And Thomas Cook Airlines, where they both use an A330 for the route. AA has been serving MAN for 31 ...Jump to post
SQ22 wrote:Aircraft are leased A 320 CEO's. Maybe someone is in the know who is the lessor?
https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news ... -six-a320s
Kuwait should be one of those routes. They are flying 2 Latams every day to Kuwait. With 10 daily and most have been upgraded to 777/787/350s Kuwait is becoming a focus city with no flights to UAE, Saudi, Bahrain and Egypt What????? All flights from/to Kuwait to all those countries mentioned above ...Jump to post
One picture presented in link within OP shows a sneak peek of new A380 business lounge: http://www.airliners.net/forum/posting.php?mode=reply&f=3&t=1371295 http://static.gulfnews.com/polopoly_fs/1.2074373!/image/3744985254.jpg Visit as presented on national news, interior of production A380...Jump to post
Dubai Ruler, HH Sheikh Mohamed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum along with Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Emirates chairman, have visited Airbus factory in Hamburg. They were given a tour of the factory by Andreas Foerster, VP A380 Final Assembly Line at Airbus, Hamburg, and Andreas Fehring, the head of Ha...Jump to post
The first Qatari registered aircraft is crossing UAE airspace.
QR: 1137. MCT-DOH
UAE and Canada held air transport talks yesterday as UAE ambassador to Canada was in discussions with the Canadian department of foreign affairs, trade and development. The introductory meeting marked the new designation of the Canadian official as the new High Commissioner of Air Transport Affairs ...Jump to post
ADrum23 wrote:Until the middle eastern governments allow the US3 to fly into their markets, I don't think Mr. Clark should be complaining whatsoever.
I read an article few days regarding Vijayawada international airport in India. It was reported that Emirates is set to launch services to/from the airport.
I have no idea how accurate is it.
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/c ... awada.html