Korean Air Flies Its Longest Nonstop Flight – AirlineGeeks.com

June 17, 2021 6:00 am ET By Albert Kuan Korean Air Flies Its Longest Nonstop Flight Korean Air flew its longest flight since its founding in 1969 last weekend using one of its Boeing 777-300ER passenger jets. The jet, registered KE8047, operated a nonstop cargo flight to Miami International Airport on June 12 from Korean Air’s base...

The EU Relaxes Air Travel Guidelines For Vaccinated Passengers

The EU has released a new version of the Aviation Health Safety Protocol, which advises relaxing travel restrictions for vaccinated and recovered passengers. The...

FAA Asks 737 MAX Operators To Regularly Check Flight Controls

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is urging operators of the Boeing 737 MAX to perform regular checks on the flight control systems. The...

Korean Air Flies Its Longest Nonstop Flight – AirlineGeeks.com

June 17, 2021 6:00 am ET By Albert Kuan Korean Air Flies Its Longest Nonstop Flight Korean Air flew its longest flight since its founding in 1969 last weekend using one of its Boeing 777-300ER passenger jets....

The EU Relaxes Air Travel Guidelines For Vaccinated Passengers

The EU has released a new version of the Aviation Health Safety Protocol, which advises relaxing travel restrictions for vaccinated and recovered passengers. The new guidelines recommend exemption from testing and quarantine for those...

What Is Trade Compliance? | Air Sea Containers

Source: Travel mania / Shutterstock.com International business requires careful attention to laws and regulations, even if the product itself is legitimate and legal. Just because a sale is legal in theory doesn’t mean it won’t...

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...

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...

Colombian Startup Ultra Air – Everything We Know So Far

Colombia is set to have a new airline. This week, Aeronáutica Civil (Colombia’s aviation regulator) published a document stating that there are plans of launching a new low-cost carrier in the country, called Ultra...

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Airbus: Supersonic Planes Are Not Part of The Plan

United’s decision to purchase up to 50 new supersonic aircraft has turned the aviation spotlight back on these futuristic planes. However, Airbus does not...

FAA Asks 737 MAX Operators To Regularly Check Flight Controls

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is urging operators of the Boeing 737 MAX to perform regular checks on the flight control systems. The...

Inside SWISS’ Airbus A340 Operations

SWISS’ widebody fleet is comprised of the A340-300, A330-300, and B777-300ER. Its A340s have operated 113,000 flights in the past 17 years, almost exclusively...

Where Are Qantas’ Boeing 747’s Now?

Few aircraft turn heads like the Boeing 747 does. It is arguably the most iconic and best-loved aircraft ever flown. Between 1971 and 2020,...