For the first time in aviation history, a commercial carrier has flown an aircraft full of passengers using 100 per cent sustainable aviation fuel. The trip took off from Chicago earlier.
Emirates will resume its passenger operations between Dubai and Nigeria from Sunday, offering customers enhanced connectivity to and through Dubai.
As the most southern region in Spain, Andalucía is famous for its Moorish architecture, an autonomous region of hills, clear-blue rivers, and mouth-watering food.
Officials claim the carrier is now more efficient and financially stronger, with significantly reduced debt and over $1 billion in liquidity. The new carrier is based in the UK.
The deal will bring New Distribution Capability content from Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling to Travelport-connected travel agencies around the world.
From today, Terminal 4 will act as a separate arrivals facility, keeping direct red list arrivals away from passengers in all other operational terminals.
ITA Airways has firmed up an order with Airbus for 28 aircraft, including seven A220s, 11 A320neos and ten A330neos, the latest version of the A330 widebody.
Flight EI45 debuts as the airline expands its transatlantic services for customers and marks its first direct flight between the UK and the United States.
Norwegian has continued to selectively grow its fleet and has entered into an agreement to lease two Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. They will fly during the summer season.
United will resume daily services between Scotland and the United States next year. Starting March 5th, the airline will resume daily non-stop service between Edinburgh and New York.
The first flight from Doha to Tashkent will take off on January 17th, operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft, featuring 12 seats in business and 120 seats in economy class.
easyJet has recorded a loss before tax of £1.1 billion for the year to September as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to take a toll on the aviation sector.