November 3, 2021| 62 0

Ryanair’s Top Boeing 737 MAX Airports In November

Ryanair has Boeing 737 MAX flights scheduled to over 100 airports during November from Agadir to Zaragoza. Just five of these airports have over 100 MAX flights planned for the month, with a further 20 having five or more flights scheduled. Many cities may see their first Ryanair MAX flight in November, including Frankfurt, which welcomed its inaug …

October 29, 2021| 130 0

Thailand readies itself for the influx of tourists with airport dry-run

Having lost an estimated US$50 billion a year in revenue since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Thailand is readying itself for the rebooting of its previously strangled tourist industry now the country is once again open, albeit for vaccinated travelers. Not so much a lack of demand but tight restrictions for those wishing to visit Thailand saw visitor …

October 26, 2021| 79 0


The founder of the new Australian budget airline Bonza has told the Australian Aviation Podcast that 30 airports have already “responded positively” to a request to launch routes. Tim Jordan also doubled down on criticism against the airline for not having a confirmed network in place ahead of its launch next year, arguing its financial backer, 777 …

October 21, 2021| 85 0

Sydney Airport Slaps Down Cash To Lure Back Airlines

Sydney Airport is joining forces with the New South Wales Government to lure back airlines with cold hard cash. The airport and government are tipping in US$45 million each to incentivize airlines to return with tasty treats like flight subsidies. Sydney Airport is teaming up with the NSW Government to lure airlines back to the airport. Photo: Getty …

October 13, 2021| 91 0

Routes Asia and World 2022 locations announced

As the 2021 edition of the event drew to a close, SEA Milan Airports handed over the hosting responsibilities of the event to Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) and McCarran International Airport. “It is an honor to once again serve as the host airport for Routes World,” said Rosemary Vassiliadis, Clark County director of aviation. …

September 25, 2021| 103 0

Binter Canarias cancels all flights to La Palma, airport closed

Binter Canarias has canceled all flights to the island of La Palma due to the spreading Cumbre Vieja volcano. Three more towns on the island have been evacuated. The volcano has already destroyed hundreds of homes and forced the evacuation of nearly 6,000 people. La Palma Airport, operated by Aena, stated air traffic was suspended “due to the accumulation of ash” in the air. La Palma airspace and La Palma Airport (GCLA) were closed for all commercial traffic until further notice. Reason: the recent eruption of #CumbreVieja volcano. AVIATION COLOUR CODE: ORANGEERUPTION DETAILS:ERUPTION AT 20210919/1410Z ASH EMISSION ON THE EDGE OF VOLCANO — JACDEC (@JacdecNew) September 19, 2021 The ash cloud from a volcano’s week of eruptions caused the La Palma Airport to cancel flights to and from the Spanish island. — AP Europe (@AP_Europe) September 25, 2021 Top Copyright Photo: Binter Canarias ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-500) EC-KGJ (msn 753) TFN (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 955229.

August 22, 2021| 130 0

Nashville International Airport Holds A 5K On A Runway

Nashville International Airport (BNA) decided to celebrate the reopening of runway 2R/20L yesterday by holding a 5K run or walk for charity. To register for the event, runners each paid $40 and were guaranteed to receive a finishers medal and a commemorative T-shirt. Last year the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County decided to close runway 2R/20L. After being in operation for 30 years, the airport authorities determined that the runway had reached the end of its useful life. When they closed the runway to air traffic in April 2020, they assured airlines that it would not negatively affect air traffic. Nashville International Airport (BNA) has three other operational runways that it can use. The 5K run raised money for charities When speaking about the plan to organize a 5K run on the runway before it opened to air traffic, CEO of BNA Doug Kreulen said: “What a great way to have fun while raising funds for the Urban League of Middle Tennessee and the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.” Adding, “As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11, we wanted to pay tribute to the heroes who responded to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the loss of Flight 93. At the same time, we also want to celebrate the outstanding contributions of the Urban League of Middle Tennessee.” “We encourage the community to come out to BNA to run, walk or stroll down our beautiful new runway to support these organizations—and you won’t find a flatter course in town. Thank you to Hi-Way Paving, the general contractor, and designers Garver and Atkins North America for completing this $62 million project on time and under budget.” The Urban League of Tennessee works to help people in historically underserved groups with initiatives, mentoring, and other programs. The Tunnel to Towers Foundation helps provide first responders, veterans, and their families with mortgage-free homes. The race was sold out Touting the slogan “You won’t find a flatter course to run in Nashville,” the event was sold out with participants ranging in age from two years old to 78 years old. Earlier in the […]

August 22, 2021| 225 0


Since the fall of Kabul, Afghanistan to the Taliban forces on 15th August, the world has joined together to rescue their nationals and Afghans. We have compiled a list of ten countries that are flying day and night, in very difficult conditions, to rescue as many people as possible. Please note the below list of countries is not complete or exhaustive. There are some countries we did not cover in this post. (The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Denmark etc) Canada Canada is using two CC-177 Globemaster’s to rescue Canadian nationals and Afghan refugees fleeing the Taliban takeover. The first flight left Kabul airport late Thursday evening, carrying 175 Afghans and 13 foreign nationals. “The Globemaster’s are currently being reconfigured to carry the maximum number of people as safely as possible, and Canadian Armed Forces personnel are empowered to make decisions on the ground in the interest of saving human lives.” Department of National Defence spokesperson Jessica Lamirande. Germany On 18th August the first of three Afghanistan evacuee flights, on behalf of the German government, arrived at Frankfurt with 130 people. The Airbus A340-300 from Lufthansa picked up passengers who had been taken by the German air force from the Afghan capital of Kabul to the Uzbek capital of Tashkent. Further special flights from Tashkent, Doha and other neighbouring nations are due to be used for evacuation purposes in the next few days. Also, German Joint Forces are performing rescue flights using the A400; as of yesterday 11 flights had been performed, with 1640 people on board in total. Pakistan Pakistan International Airlines was the only commercial airline continuing to fly to Kabul, after all the others had pulled out by 16th August. However after multiple flights and evacuating about 2000 people from Kabul, including journalists, diplomats and staff of the IMF/World Bank, PIA decided to suspend operations, due to unsafe tarmac and taxiways, debris and lack of relevant airport staff and facilities for flight operations. On Friday 20th, PIA operated two flights using an A320 and a Boeing 777. The CEO of PIA, Arshad Malik, personally flew to Kabul to assess the situation. USA The US is […]

July 27, 2021| 151 0

Aegean Airlines moves into a new home at Manchester Airport

Aegean Airlines has become the latest airline to relocate to Manchester Airport’s new-look Terminal 2. Additional cafes and retailers are also opening in the facility as passenger footfall is forecast to increase over the summer. The extension opened to the public on July 14th with and TUI operating from there in the first week. Singapore Air …

July 6, 2021| 134 0

Zagreb Airport recovery accelerates with new airlines and routes

Following months of stagnation and declining passenger figures, Zagreb Airport is seeing its traffic pick up this month with a number of airlines increasing frequencies and capacity. “In the summer months, growth is expected to accelerate, culminating with the opening of Ryanair’s base and the launch of most of its planned new routes from Zagreb fo …

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