Over the past year, an important topic in aviation news has been the future of the Boeing 757. Despite 10 years passing since the last delivery of the iconic “flying pencil”, some airlines and aviation analysts would like to see an aircraft capable of filling the gap left by the 757. Boeing simply...
Cathay Pacific took delivery of its 50th 777-300ER last month, and we take you on-board the delivery flight and provide some airline updates.
Southwest Airlines has released its latest schedule extension, and it includes several new international and domestic flights this Fall. However, it also has some cuts.
American Airlines' Vice President of Network Planning Charles Schubert said on Thursday that the airline is actively looking to fill a gap soon to be left by aging Boeing 757s.
Turkish Airlines will re-launch flights between Istanbul and Miami on October 25, 2015 with one of its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
Avianca, the world's second oldest airline, has firmed up its order for 100 Airbus A320neo family aircraft that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) earlier this year.
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With Lufthansa flying its final 747 aircraft home to Germany, we take a look at all of the remaining 747-8 program orders.
Alex explains that the addition of Missouri One and new seats coming to a Southwest plane near you, these announcements reaffirm Southwest's bold side.
American Airlines opened up the doors to one of its brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliners to the public and its employees for the first time Wednesday morning at a special launch event.
Chris Paul Myers, Air New Zealand’s vice president and general manager of the Americas, UK and Europe, spoke to AirwaysNews about choosing Houston as its newest U.S. city, what is the ideal customer mix for the new flight and the airline's decision to use the 777-200 for the flight.
Advanced technology and a global supply chain are factors industry experts say have caused entry into service (EIS) delays for aircraft manufacturers. On March 27, new Bombardier CEO Alain Bellemare announced that the CSeries CS100 EIS would slip into 2016, but the manufacturer is sticking with the...