European Commission Supports ICAO Condemnation of Russia’s Aviation Law Violations – AirlineGeeks.com

August 8, 2022 3:00 pm ET By Vanni Gibertini European Commission Supports ICAO Condemnation of Russia’s Aviation Law Violations Since the beginning of the war between Russia and Ukraine, commercial aviation has been one of the sectors that have been impacted the most by the hostilities. The Ukrainian airspace is closed to commercial traffic, and both the...

FlyPelican Takes Over From Rex On The Sydney

Newcastle Williamtown-based commuter airline FlyPelican is taking over from Regional Express (Rex) on the Sydney - Bathurst route, resuming seasonal flights between Dubbo and...

European Commission Supports ICAO Condemnation of Russia’s Aviation Law Violations – AirlineGeeks.com

August 8, 2022 3:00 pm ET By Vanni Gibertini European Commission Supports ICAO Condemnation of Russia’s Aviation Law Violations Since the beginning of the war between Russia and Ukraine, commercial aviation has been one of the sectors...

Qatar Airways Resumes Flights To A 5th Saudi Arabian City

Qatar Airways IATA/ICAO Code: QR/QTR Airline Type: ...

Bulk vs. Non-Bulk Packaging

Source: hacohob / Shutterstock.com Summary: Bulk packaging and Non-Bulk packaging are legal definitions for specific types of hazmat containers. There is a difference between hazmat labels and hazmat markings. The labeling and marking requirements differ between bulk and...

Biden Administration Looks To Marshal Airlines For Afghanistan Evacuation

The Biden Administration is looking to activate the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) to assist with the evacuation of Afghanistan. With the military evacuations continuing in earnest, there are more people than seats available...

How Amsterdam Schipol Reduced Toilet Cleaning Costs By 8% With Fake Urinal Bugs

Reducing costs is important for all airlines and airports – especially in the current environment. We have seen plenty of cost-cutting measures introduced over the years, but this old one from Amsterdam Schiphol has...

New Airports and Iconic Retirements – AirlineGeeks.com

November 16, 2020 7:30 pm ET By John McDermott The AirlineGeeks Podcast Episode 22: New Airports and Iconic Retirements Thank you for reading the AirlineGeeks Podcast Recap. This article gives a brief look at this week’s episode...

What’s The Difference Between The Boeing 777-200 And The 777-200LR?

Since Boeing launched its twinjet widebody 777 long-range airliner with United Airlines in 1995, it has produced several variants of the iconic type. On a basic level, production of the aircraft has seen the...

Why Doesn’t The Boeing 777 Have Four Engines Like The A340?

The Boeing 777 is the most popular widebody aircraft in the world, with over 2,000 orders for the plane. The 777 was also one of the first high-capacity aircraft to switch to a twin-engine...

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Air India Is Reportedly Leasing Six Boeing 777s For North American Operations

As a private airline, Air India has seen significant changes in the last six months. The airline recently made news for its plans of...

What Was The MacCready Gossamer Albatross?

In 1959 a group was formed by the Royal Aeronautical Society called the "Man Powered Aircraft Group." The name was later changed to "Human...

San Diego Airport Exceeds 2 Million Monthly Passengers For The First Time Since 2019

In June 2022, the San Diego International Airport (SAN) served over 2.06 million passengers, reaching a COVID-19 pandemic number. It is also the first...