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IAG Cargo Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary

On Thursday, the International Airlines Group (IAG) cargo division celebrated its tenth anniversary of shipping vital goods and supplies to customers worldwide. Created in...

What Goes Into Training Emirates’ Cabin Crew?

Like most airlines around the world, Emirates has stringent requirements and high demands of its cabin crew. With eight weeks of training for new...

China Southern Celebrates A Decade Of New Zealand Flights

On Friday, April 9th, China Southern celebrated 10 years of flight service between China and New Zealand. The very first regular passenger service for...

Wow: A Single Qantas Flight Has 44,000 Catering Items Onboard

As you settle in for a meal on a long-haul flight, do you ever wonder how all that food and equipment makes it onboard?...

United’s Fleet Takes A Hit With Boeing 737 MAX & 777 Groundings

United Airlines is now in the second sudden fleet crisis. After facing the surprise grounding of select Boeing 777 aircraft that has kept most...

American Airlines Crew Grounded In Sydney With COVID Symptoms

Following a positive test for COVID-19 among one of the flight attendants of an American Airlines flight between Sydney and Los Angeles, the operation...

Impressive: Allegiant Air’s March Capacity Was Up Double Digits

Allegiant Air on Friday reported its March passenger numbers. Capping off the first quarter, which ended far better than it started, Allegiant increased capacity...

Military Steps In To End Albania ATC Strike After Flight Chaos

Flights at Tirana International Airport resumed today after a strike by the local air traffic controllers that started on Wednesday. The strike has technically...

54 Years Ago Today The Boeing 737 Flew For The First Time

On April 9th, 1967, the Boeing 737 had hit the skies for the very first time. 54 years later, the type is still a...

Emirates President: Boeing 777X Program ‘In A State Of Disarray’

Speaking to Simple Flying on Wednesday, Emirates President Sir Tim Clark commented that the Boeing 777X program is “in a state of disarray”. Clark...

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Emirates proudly shared today that it successfully completed its first flight where everyone on board was vaccinated against COVID-19. The Dubai-based carried nearly 400...

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