Qantas Loses Legal Battle With Union, Chooses to Appeal – AirlineGeeks.com

August 2, 2021 6:15 am ET By Ian McMurtry Qantas Loses Legal Battle With Union, Chooses to Appeal As if Qantas’s current situation with closed borders and a slow recovery from the effects of COVID-19 were not enough for management, the airline will now be forced to think about its union members more following a landmark ruling...

Estonia’s Nordica Begins Flights With Its Own Name

Up until August 1st, flights on Nordica have been marketed under the LOT Polish Airlines brand. However, this has since changed, with the small...

Qatar Airways Details Its Partnership With RwandAir

Qatar Airways has officially inked an interline agreement with RwandAir, deepening their partnership. The move will allow travelers on both carriers to access over...

Qantas Loses Legal Battle With Union, Chooses to Appeal – AirlineGeeks.com

August 2, 2021 6:15 am ET By Ian McMurtry Qantas Loses Legal Battle With Union, Chooses to Appeal As if Qantas’s current situation with closed borders and a slow recovery from the effects of COVID-19 were not...

Estonia’s Nordica Begins Flights With Its Own Name

Up until August 1st, flights on Nordica have been marketed under the LOT Polish Airlines brand. However, this has since changed, with the small Estonian airline being issued an International Air transport Association (IATA)...

How to Tell if an IBC Tote Is Food Grade

Source: Marco Torelli Fotografia / Shutterstock.com Summary IBC totes carrying food must be certified as food grade to prevent contamination.  There are different types of food grade totes, with the most popular being stainless steel tanks or...

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...

Turbulence Injures 15 On Southwest And American Airlines Flights

An American Airlines flight from Dallas to Tampa encountered such severe turbulence it diverted to New Orleans after several passengers were injured. A day later, a Southwest Airlines flight experienced similar turbulence while descending...

What Is Supply Chain Management and Why Is It Important for Your Business?

Every product must complete a journey from inception to delivery into the hands of an end-user. Several organizations or entities embody the path from idea to physical or nonphysical product, and these entities are...

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Hawaiian’s Q2 2021 Results Show Signs of Recovery – AirlineGeeks.com

July 29, 2021 3:51 am ET By Matteo Giardini Hawaiian’s Q2 2021 Results Show Signs of Recovery Hawaiian Holdings, the parent company of Hawaiian Airlines recently held...

Will All Airlines Be Able To Repay COVID-19 State Aid?

European airlines have accessed more than $45 billion in bailouts from their governments. While aid has not been made available for every airline, some...

The Hybrid-Electric Plane That Will Switch From Passenger to Cargo In 15 Minutes

Faradair, a United Kingdom-based startup, is developing a multi-role hybrid-electric plane that brings quiet propulsion with a carbon-neutral footprint. The aircraft has a triple...

Lufthansa Launches Economy Sleeper Rows On Some Long-Haul Flights

German flag carrier Lufthansa is set to launch economy class sleeper rows on certain long-haul flights next month. This comes after the Star Alliance...