Aviation and Airline

Montenegro To Buy An Embraer E195 For Its National Airline

Air Montenegro’s fleet will soon grow to three Embraer aircraft after the Montenegrin Government decided to purchase an E195 for the airline. The E195, formerly belonging to Montenegro Airlines, does not have a left...

How Do Floatplanes Land?

In certain locations, floatplanes still offer many advantages. The original motivation for a water landing was a lack of ground infrastructure. This may have changed, but water access remains important in some island or...

Why Has South Africa Had So Many Short-Lived Airlines?

Over the last three decades, there has been an abundance of South African airlines that have ceased operations. Some veterans have become a thing of the past, while many newcomers have also stopped flying...

China Southern Flies A Boeing 737 MAX For The 1st Time This Year

Following nearly three years of grounding for China’s Boeing 737 MAXs, the country’s largest operator is gearing up for its return to service. On Friday, China Southern completed a test flight with one of...

Stopping En Route: Inside Ethiopian Airlines’ European Services

Ethiopian Airlines’ European network is comprehensive, spanning 15 destinations in February. The B787-9 is the most deployed aircraft, relegating the A350-900 to second. The carrier’s Europe operation revolves around one-stops, reflecting insufficient demand but...

A Brief History Of The De Havilland Canada Dash 7

While most people out there are quite familiar with the regional twin-turboprop known as the Dash 8, they might not be as familiar with the quad-turboprop Dash 7. No longer being built, the type...

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Mixed Results As Qantas Reboots International Flying

After initially rolling out flights to the US west coast and the United Kingdom, Qantas has relaunched flights to various other international destinations with...

Asia Remains A Footnote As US Airlines Look To Summer 2022

As US airlines look to summer 2022, Asia remains a footnote in the overall recovery. United, Delta, and American have all concentrated their focus...

The DH.106 Comet Became The First Airworthy Civil Jet 70 Years Ago

This weekend marks 70 years since the de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1 received a certificate of airworthiness. This achievement on January 22nd, 1952, allowed...

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