March 8, 2021| 348 0

Japan Set To Write Pre-Flight Security Checks Into Law

For the first time, Japan is set to introduce official, legal guidelines regarding airport security checks. Security in Japan is currently the responsibility of each airline. Airlines and airports usually hire independent security firms to conduct the checks according to airline policy. The Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism Ministry has …

March 8, 2021| 516 0

A Look At The Routes A350 Startup PRAGUSA.ONE Will Fly

Earlier today, Simple Flying brought to you the exclusive story of PRAGUSA.ONE, a startup airline that plans to operate a fleet of four A350 aircraft in Premium Economy class configuration only. Now, let’s take a look at some of the routes that PRAGUSA.ONE plans to operate. Capturing the transfer market PRAGUSA.ONE is a British company that hopes to …

February 25, 2021| 456 0

ANA To Cut CO2 By Scrapping Printed Magazines

All Nippon Airways (ANA) is taking steps to reach its sustainability goals by providing its inflight magazine and other onboard publications digitally. From April, these magazines and newspapers will be transitioned to be offered on the internet and on the Japanese carrier’s mobile app. Adapting to the times ANA highlights that the decision to move t …

February 20, 2021| 380 0

JAL Ups Domestic Flights Amid Earthquake And Bullet Train Suspensions

Japan Airlines (JAL) will continue to perform additional services to various parts of Tohoku and increase the size of its aircraft from February 22nd. These decisions are based on the fact that the Tohoku-Hokkaido Shinkansen rail line has been partially suspended due to the earthquake that occurred off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture on February …

February 14, 2021| 402 0

Peach Aviation Begins Offering Free COVID Testing For Passengers

Japanese low-cost carrier Peach Aviation has announced that passengers on certain flights will be eligible for free coronavirus testing. The Osaka-based budget airline will commence this testing period next week. It will initially be running the program until the end of March. Free testing on certain routes Peach Aviation will be offering free PCR te …

January 25, 2021| 377 0

Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737 Crash Investigation Looks At Autothrottle

Investigating the cause of Sriwijaya Air’s deadly and devastating Boeing 737-500 crash, Indonesia’s air accident investigation service is looking into the aircraft’s autothrottle system, which manages engine power. The plane was reported to have had issues with this function days before the fatal incident on January 9th. Investigators have been work …

January 4, 2021| 501 0

The ANA Fleet – What Planes Is The Airline Flying?

Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) operates a mixed bag of planes that range from smaller Airbus aircraft to the A380. Like most airlines, the travel downturn has knocked ANA around. But a look at what planes All Nippon Airways has in the air now suggests the airline is faring better than many others. The bulk of ANA’s fleet is flying Having sent their …

January 3, 2021| 440 0

Korea’s T’way to commence Croatia flights in late 2021

Korean budget carrier T’way Air has said it will commence flights from Seoul to Croatia in late 2021 after signing a letter of intent to lease three Airbus A330-300 aircraft in order to introduce new medium and long-haul routes. The move comes as part of the budget airline’s efforts to prepare for a rebound in air travel demand after the pandemic. …

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