Airlines

Compliance with Regulation: Does it Matter?

Private purveyors and charter carrier companies consider regulatory compliance indispensable in operating a successful b ...

How Neste is boosting SAF production amid the airline scramble for the fuel

AeroTime speaks to Neste’s head of renewable aviation about SAF, ramping up production and when aircraft could fly ...

What are the most ambitious hydrogen aviation projects?

As the aviation industry is being pressured to cut aircraft emissions, several manufacturers see hydrogen power as the s ...

Flapping into the future: why Dune’s ornithopters are not a daft idea

Can you build an aircraft that flies by flapping its wings? AeroTime investigates. ...

From old leather to new bags: How Southwest upcycles used seat covers

To save old leather seat covers from landfill, Southwest Airlines donates them to partners who transform not only the le ...

In a 747 cockpit with 40-year veteran Captain Cameron Livingstone

AeroTime spoke to veteran pilot Captain Cameron Livingstone who shares a longstanding history with the 747. ...

Resurrecting the Albatross: Why Australia is returning to a 70-year-old seaplane

Australia’s Amphibian Aerospace Industries (AAI) plans to restart manufacturing the Albatross, a seaplane from the ...

Want to be a pilot at Qantas? Here’s a guide to the airline’s training programs

 Want to be a pilot with Qantas? Here’s a guide to the airline’s training facilities, programs and scho ...

CHC Helicopter wins Western Australia fire & emergency services contract

CHC Helicopter wins 12-year contract with Western Australia’s fire and emergency services ...

What does the future hold for Qantas?

Like most airlines, Qantas reported losses during the pandemic. But as aviation continues to recover, what does the futu ...

Production date for Russia’s Sukhoi Checkmate delayed until 2027

The Sukhoi Checkmate, Russia’s second fifth-generation fighter jet, faces new delays, the country’s authorit...

Embracing digitalization: What can customers expect from Africa’s airlines?

As Africa airlines begin to reshape intra-African travel, digital features across airline services are becoming a v...

JetBlue Airways to cut flights in January as Omicron cases rise among staff

JetBlue Airways is considering cutting flights through January 13, 2022 by roughly 1,280 due to a surge in Omicron cases...

US tightens COVID-19 testing rules for incoming travelers due to Omicron

The White House cuts the time period for incoming travelers to take a pre-departure COVID-19 test in light of...

United Airlines fined $1.9 M by Transportation Department over tarmac delays

The transportation department found that a total of 3,218 passengers were affected by United Airline’s tarmac dela...

Italy tightens entry requirements on U.S. travelers

Italy is the first EU country to announce new COVID-19 travel restrictions for American passengers  ...

3D printed spare parts – a market worth US$400 billion

For several years, industry analysts have been predicting that 3D printed aircraft spare parts will be the next great te...