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The COVID-19 Aviation Impact On Bosnia And Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina has been hit hard by COVID-19, with passenger numbers plummeting over 70% this year compared to 2019. The fall is a...

How Many Boeing 737 Aircraft Are Currently In Service & Stored?

Continuing in our series of how many aircraft are in operation and stored from specific aircraft families, we’ve now turned our attention to the...

Inside Manufacturer Research For Inflight COVID Transmission

Earlier this month, a press briefing brought together three major aircraft manufacturers to talk about onboard transmission of COVID. Boeing, Embraer, and Airbus have...

Could United Airlines’ New Health App Help Reopen Borders?

Many aviation actors have made calls for a comprehensive, coordinated test regime to facilitate the reopening of international borders. Now, United Airlines is piloting...

American Airlines To Trial Digital ID In Washington & Dallas

American Airlines is to trial allowing passengers to use digital ID on their mobile devices when handing bags over to airport workers. The scheme...

Wow: TAP Air Portugal Launches Unlimited Europe Flight Pass

TAP Air Portugal recently launched its ‘Europe Flight Pass.’ This novel ticket type allows the holder to fly an unlimited amount between European destinations...

The Final Countdown: 10 Days Until Berlin’s New Airport Opens

While some may find it hard to believe, Berlin’s brand new Brandenburg Airport is finally set to open some ten years after the initial...

Lufthansa Will Only Offer 25% Of Pre COVID Flights In Q4

In its preliminary quarterly report, Lufthansa has revealed plans to operate just 25% of pre-COVID flights for the final quarter of 2020. While Q3...

The 400 Seat Passenger Plane With No Customers: The Il-96-400M

Russian aircraft builder Ilyushin is readying a brand new plane for certification. The Il-96-400M is a widebody quadjet with space for up to 400...

Air Belgium Sends Half Of Its A340 Fleet Into Long Term Storage

Brussels-headquartered Air Belgium yesterday sent half of its Airbus A340 fleet into long-term storage in southern France. Air Belgium decided that due to the...

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SWISS Boeing 777 Damaged By Air Stairs In São Paulo

An almost new SWISS Boeing 777 suffered wing damage in São Paulo on Tuesday after high winds allegedly shifted a mobile stair unit. However,...

Spicejet To Launch India’s First Seaplane Service

SpiceJet is launching India’s first seaplane service later this month, after years of interest. The airline is targeting traffic to tourist destinations with the...

Acapela, from the founder of Dubsmash, hopes ‘asynchronous meetings’ can end Zoom fatigue – TechCrunch

Acapela, a new startup co-founded by Dubsmash founder Roland Grenke, is breaking cover today in a bid to re-imagine online meetings for remote teams. Hoping...

10 Zurich-area investors on Switzerland’s 2020 startup outlook – TechCrunch

European entrepreneurs who want to launch startups could do worse than Switzerland. In a report analyzing Europe’s general economic health, cost of doing business, business...

Will We Ever See A 3 Aisle Passenger Plane?

There are two types of commercial aircraft. Narrowbody and Widebody, with a particular difference; how many asiles they have. A narrowdoy has one asile,...
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