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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...

Qatar Airways posts frugal FY2019 financial results
Aviation Economics
Qatar Airways posts frugal FY2019 financial results

Qatar Airways have revealed their rather frugal financial results for FY2019, as one of the most luxurious carriers in t...

Is Europe doomed with overcrowded skies?
Events
Is Europe doomed with overcrowded skies?

As Europe's air traffic grows, it seems like the continent is destined for never-ending traffic delays. But is there...

Airbus suffers hangar incident in Mobile, Alabama plant
Civil Aviation
Airbus suffers hangar incident in Mobile, Alabama plant

Airbus has suffered an incident in its plant in Mobile, Alabama, as a fire suppression went off at one of the hangars. P...

Is aviation market overheated and facing downturn?
Events
Is aviation market overheated and facing downturn?

It seems like we're in an airline financing market bubble, with airlines issuing bonds left and rights. While it mig...

Drawing the future of Europe's skies
Events
Drawing the future of Europe's skies

Looking at the short-term outlook of the European aviation market, one thing is clear - the region has still room to gro...

Japan Airlines to potentially purchase Malaysia Airlines stake
Civil Aviation
Japan Airlines to potentially purchase Malaysia Airlines stake

Malaysia Airlines, which has been running under constant losses, seems to have acquired another potential buyer, Japan A...

Following EASA, India to certify 737 MAX individually
Civil Aviation
Following EASA, India to certify 737 MAX individually

India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the DGCA, is reportedly lingering around with the idea of certif...

Lufthansa Group grows in August; provides update on Eurowings
Aviation Economics
Lufthansa Group grows in August; provides update on Eurowings

As Lufthansa keeps fighting price wars within Europe, the Germany-based airline group announced its results for August:...

Boeing “is making good, solid progress” on 737 MAX return
Civil Aviation
Boeing “is making good, solid progress” on 737 MAX return

At a recent conference organized by Morgan Stanley, Boeing's CEO, Dennis Muilenburg has provided further updates on...

EASA to flight test 737 MAX individually; strips FAA delegation
Civil Aviation
EASA to flight test 737 MAX individually; strips FAA delegation

The last chapter of the 737 MAX seems to be getting more complex, as EASA has confirmed it will test flight the aircraft...

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...

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...

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...

Cathay Pacific introduces new chairman, replaces John Slosar
Civil Aviation
Cathay Pacific introduces new chairman, replaces John Slosar

Cathay Pacific seems to be still going through turbulence, as the airline has announced further executive management cha...

Emirates reshuffles top management as it enters turbulent period
Civil Aviation
Emirates reshuffles top management as it enters turbulent period

Top management changes have been announced by Emirates, as the airline is preparing for a slump period and an uncertain...