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SAS sports new livery upon renewing its fleet
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SAS sports new livery upon renewing its fleet

SAS has revealed a new livery, which will symbolize the airline's future, according to the CEO. However, the livery...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Low-cost carrier boom in Asia (Part II)
Aviation Explained
Low-cost carrier boom in Asia (Part II)

As mainline carriers consolidate the market share in Asia-Pacific, somebody has to fill the void left in the market. Thi...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Asia’s air travel is booming but it shows troubling signs
Aviation Explained
Asia’s air travel is booming but it shows troubling signs

Asia-Pacific has become the star of the show, as both Airbus and Boeing predicts that the demand for more capacity at th...

Rūta Burbaitė
Emirates Clark: no reliability - no new Airbus/Boeing jets for us
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Emirates Clark: no reliability - no new Airbus/Boeing jets for us

Emirates’ President Tim Clark is running out of patience when it comes to continuous engine and aircraft performan...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Why is the “Mad Dog” MD-80 still barking?
Aviation Explained
Why is the “Mad Dog” MD-80 still barking?

American Airlines have retired their MD-80, but Delta Air Lines still operates them. Why did the Mad Dog bark on for ove...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Sacrificial lamb: Boeing 717 first flight in 1998
Aviation History
Sacrificial lamb: Boeing 717 first flight in 1998

The Boeing 717 could be dubbed as one of the most important aircraft in the history of aviation. Yet it has stayed in th...

Rūta Burbaitė
RAF Red Arrows join USAF Thunderbirds in stunning NYC flypast
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RAF Red Arrows join USAF Thunderbirds in stunning NYC flypast

The British Royal Air Force “Red Arrows” Aerobatic Team, led by the United States Air Force “Thunderbi...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Why is reducing noise pollution crucial for aviation?
Aviation Explained
Why is reducing noise pollution crucial for aviation?

As manufacturers and airlines chase fuel efficiency, people tend to forget about noise pollution. But why is reducing no...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Aviation History
Air Force One: how Boeing 747 became the VC-25A

Ever since the 1960s, Boeing jets were the dedicated aircraft for the United States president, carrying the Air Force On...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Aviation History
Doing the Sully before it was cool – Aeroflot river ditch in 1963

On August 21, 1963, the Miracle on the Neva happened - preceding the Miracle on the Hudson by 46 years, an Aeroflot Tupo...

AeroTime Team
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VietJet delivers bikini airlines to India

Vietnamese low cost “bikini airline” is opening first direct routes to India. VietJet has announced the...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Aviation Explained
Aviation in the Baltics: Chartering the sky (Part II)

After exploring the situation with scheduled carriers within the three Baltic states, we take a look at charter airlines...

Forza Italia, Forza Frecce Tricolori! Emanuele Savani interview
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Forza Italia, Forza Frecce Tricolori! Emanuele Savani interview

We sit down and talk with Captain Emanuele Savani, the 1st Right Wingman of one of the most famous aerobatic teams, the...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Aviation Explained
Boeing 737 MAX crisis: Losing the narrative (Part IV)

As the Boeing 737 MAX hit its peak, it seems like Boeing has lost the narrative. How did the newest 737 family member, d...

Merve Kara
Aviation History
Retrospective: The beginning of the end of Airbus A340

Airbus was competing with Boeing, McDonnell Douglas and Lockheed’s TriStar only in short and mid-hauls until 1993....