Qantas Advances Return of A380, Resumes Boeing 787 Deliveries – AirlineGeeks.com

October 22, 2021 12:00 pm ET By Winston Shek Qantas Advances Return of A380, Resumes Boeing 787 Deliveries Amid an expected surge in international demand from Australia, Qantas is accelerating the return of its flagship Airbus A380 to the end of March 2022 on its Sydney to Los Angeles route. In addition, the Sydney-based carrier revealed an...

Finnair Starts Long-Haul Airbus A350 Flights From Sweden

Finnair has inaugurated Stockholm Arlanda to Bangkok, Phuket, and Miami, motivated by the gap left by Norwegian, the uptick in leisure demand, and lower...

Africa’s Most Expensive Airline? Kenya Airways Attracts Attention

African aviation is going through a period of notable transition. With this shift, analysts have been looking at the market’s pricing. As a result,...

Qantas Advances Return of A380, Resumes Boeing 787 Deliveries – AirlineGeeks.com

October 22, 2021 12:00 pm ET By Winston Shek Qantas Advances Return of A380, Resumes Boeing 787 Deliveries Amid an expected surge in international demand from Australia, Qantas is accelerating the return of its flagship Airbus A380...

Finnair Starts Long-Haul Airbus A350 Flights From Sweden

Finnair has inaugurated Stockholm Arlanda to Bangkok, Phuket, and Miami, motivated by the gap left by Norwegian, the uptick in leisure demand, and lower demand across its core Asian markets. New York JFK and...

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...

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...

Why Is Spirit Airlines Canceling So Many Flights?

A combination of bad weather, IT problems, and staff shortages appear to be behind a horror three days at Spirit Airlines. Cancelations and delays have crippled the Florida-based ultra-low-cost since Sunday and unleashed a...

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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LAX Debuts New Remote “Economy” Parking Facility for Travelers – AirlineGeeks.com

October 23, 2021 6:00 pm ET By Albert Kuan LAX Debuts New Remote “Economy” Parking Facility for Travelers A new budget parking facility, LAX Economy Parking, opened...

Huge Potential: Boeing Says Africa Jet Market Is Worth $400 Billion

In its 20-year growth forecast, American commercial aircraft manufacturer Boeing says it sees a huge opportunity in Africa, valuing the market at around $400...

Inside The Colorful History Of Air Canada

As the flag carrier of Canada and the largest airline based in the country, Air Canada has a rich history that spans over eight...

United Airlines Turns Green With Q3 Profits – AirlineGeeks.com

October 21, 2021 11:14 pm ET By Charlotte Seet United Airlines Turns Green With Q3 Profits The air travel industry may finally be able to move past...