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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...

Air Force One: how Boeing 747 became the VC-25A
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...

On thin ice: Cathay Pacific grows in July but remains skeptical
Aviation Economics
On thin ice: Cathay Pacific grows in July but remains skeptical

Amidst management changes and protests, Cathay Pacific demonstrated growth in the month of July. However, the Hong Konge...

Doing the Sully before it was cool – Aeroflot river ditch in 1963
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...

Aviation in the Baltics: Chartering the sky (Part II)
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...

Cathay Pacific announces new CEO and CCO as tensions rise in HK
Civil Aviation
Cathay Pacific announces new CEO and CCO as tensions rise in HK

With tensions still boiling in Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific is facing additional pressure from China and its aviation autho...

Boeing 737 MAX crisis: Losing the narrative (Part IV)
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...

Aviation in the Baltics: airBaltic vs Nordica (Part I)
Aviation Explained
Aviation in the Baltics: airBaltic vs Nordica (Part I)

We take a look at the situation within the Baltics and how airlines are positioned within the region. First up are the s...

Norwegian ends transatlantic flights from Ireland; blames 737 MAX
Civil Aviation
Norwegian ends transatlantic flights from Ireland; blames 737 MAX

Citing unfavorable market conditions due to the 737 MAX groundings, Norwegian Air has decided to cut its flights from Du...

Qantas to become launch operator for Airbus A321P2F in 2020
Civil Aviation
Qantas to become launch operator for Airbus A321P2F in 2020

Qantas in a deal with Australia Post has also announced that the Australian airline will become the launch airline ...

China targets Cathay Pacific as Hong Kong Airport cancels flights
Civil Aviation
China targets Cathay Pacific as Hong Kong Airport cancels flights

Amidst rising tensions in Hong Kong, China is trying to calm down the situation by targeting one of the symbols of Hong...

Irreplaceable narrow-body – Boeing 757 retrospective
Aviation History
Irreplaceable narrow-body – Boeing 757 retrospective

We look back at one of the most interesting aircraft cases in aviation history, the Boeing 757....

Lufthansa, Eurowings announce North American and Indian routes
Civil Aviation
Lufthansa, Eurowings announce North American and Indian routes

Lufthansa Group has announced new routes to North America and India. In the announcement, surprisingly, the group announ...

Cathay Pacific profit grows, provides prospects for H2 2019
Aviation Economics
Cathay Pacific profit grows, provides prospects for H2 2019

Cathay Pacific have revealed their interim financial results for H1 2019. The airline, caught in the middle of a trade w...

easyJet provides no seatback option on a flight to Geneva
AeroTime Extra
easyJet provides no seatback option on a flight to Geneva

A picture of easyJet's cabin has surfaced on Twitter, showcasing an interesting arrangement of seating on a flight f...

Airbus showcases strong H1 2019; profit, deliveries soar
Aviation Economics
Airbus showcases strong H1 2019; profit, deliveries soar

Airbus announced strong results for the first half of the year, with a lot of improvement compared to the same period in...