United Airlines introduces interactive map search tool

United Airlines has rolled out a feature that will help travelers find less expensive ticket options. With the help of Google’s flight search enterprise technology, the airliner introduced its interactive map feature. The map will allow travelers to search for inexpensive tickets anywhere in the US by asking you how much you want to spend, […]

United to Offer Pre-Flight Covid-19 Testing for Hawaii Travel Next Month

United Airlines on Oct. 15 will begin a Covid-19 testing program for passengers traveling to Hawaii from San Francisco, allowing passengers with negative results exemption from Hawaii’s 14-day quarantine requirement. United is giving passengers two options for testing. One is the rapid Abbott ID Now Covid-19 test, which last month gained approval from the U.S. […]


When assessing the current aviation market, the spotlight of worries falls upon the smaller independent airlines, which seem to have taken a great deal of stick in the press of late, while the flag carriers –  a great many of them overblown and totally unprofitable prior to the pandemic – are now seen as the […]

easyJet Switzerland flies near full capacity through summer 2020

easyJet Switzerland, easyJet subsidiary, retained 80% of its network while flying at near full capacity between July and August 2020, the company’s CEO revealed. The low-cost carrier has only grounded eight aircraft during the pandemic, two Airbus A319s and six Airbus A320s, which is less than a third of its entire fleet. The airline also […]

Turkey’s Istanbul Airport becomes “Chinese friendly”

Turkey’s Istanbul Airport launched a “Chinese Friendly Airport” project with the aim to provide a personalized experience for Chinese travelers, and make them feel “at home.” During the launch ceremony on September 23, 2020, Kadri Samsunlu, the CEO of Istanbul Airport, said that new features are intended to improve the comfort of Chinese tourists. “China […]

American Airlines planning for Boeing 737 MAX pilots training in November

American Airlines said on Monday that the airline has started scheduling Boeing 737 MAX training for its pilots in November, although the Boeing 737 MAX is still being reviewed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) jointly with other civil aviation authorities. When the recertification of the Boeing 737 MAX is nearing each and every passing […]

JetBlue Airways shows special tail fin design of A321LR jet

American low-cost airline JetBlue Airways revealed a new tail design for its first Airbus A321LR aircraft. The A321LR was selected to operate the airline’s first European destination in 2021. The design of the A321LR tail fin features waving ribbons in varying shades of blue. The design of the painting was created specifically to emphasize a […]

Ryanair to reduce October capacity by a further 20% from a previous target

Ryanair has been forced to cut its capacity in October by a further 20% and may have to do the same for the rest of the winter unless European Union governments ease their Covid-19 travel restrictions, the airline said today. The airline said it would fly about 40% of the capacity it flew last October, […]

Aeroflot to relaunch further international routes

Aeroflot has confirmed that international service between Moscow and Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek), Belarus (Minsk) and Kazakhstan (Nur-Sultan) will restart over the next week. Regular service between Moscow and South Korea (Seoul) will restart on October 1st. Flights to the Kyrgyz capital begin on September 23rd. Flight SU1882 Moscow-Bishkek will operate once per week, on Wednesdays, and […]

Air Lease Corporation Announces Delivery of New Airbus A350-1000 Aircraft to Virgin Atlantic

Air Lease Corporation (NYSE: AL) announced the delivery of one new Airbus A350-1000 aircraft on long-term lease to Virgin Atlantic. Powered by Trent XWB-97 engines, this aircraft is the first of four A350-1000s confirmed to deliver to the airline from ALC’s order book with Airbus. “We are pleased to announce this first new A350-1000 aircraft […]