Flights

Turkey and Belavia to stop ticket sales to Minsk for Iraqi, Syrians, Yemeni

Turkey’s CAA and Belavia decided to suspend the sale of airline tickets to Minsk, Belarus for citizens of Iraq, Syria, and Yemen....


‌Could European air traffic recover sooner than expected?

European air traffic seems to be recovering faster than predicted, with Eurocontrol eyeing a recovery to 2019 levels in 2023  ...


Taliban says Kabul airport fully operational, asks airlines to return

The Taliban asks airlines to return to Kabul airport, saying it is now fully operational for domestic and international flights   ...


Qantas expects international travel to resume by December 2021

Qantas announces new dates for international travel with Singapore, the United States, Japan, United Kingdom and Canada as its first target destinations....


Blue Air to start first-ever direct Iasi-London Heathrow service

The low-cost carrier Blue Air plans to launch the first-ever direct international operations from Iasi, Romania, to London Heathrow, the UK....


TOP 5 off beaten track flights this week

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has thinned out the movement in the skies, but brought along a multitude of one of a kind flights. From breaking records, to sharing love and gratitude, to landings off the beaten track - below are the TOP 5 flights that amazed this week. ...


Korean Air to raise no-show penalties after K-pop fans incident

It appears that Korean Air has had enough with no-shows. South Korea’s national carrier wants to impose new monetary penalties on passengers starting this new year, if the government approves. The initiative coincides with a recent incident when K-pop fans not only halted a flight for over an hour, but also claimed compensation from the airline....


Korean Air to raise no-show penalties after K-pop fans incident

It appears that Korean Air has had enough with no-shows. South Korea’s national carrier wants to impose new monetary penalties on passengers starting this new year, if the government approves. The initiative coincides with a recent incident when K-pop fans not only halted a flight for over an hour, but also claimed compensation from the airline....


“Please do not travel to Gatwick”, drone surge halts all flights

Drones spotted in and around London’s Gatwick Airport (LGW) airfield on the morning of December 20, 2018, have led to the suspension of all flights “for safety reasons”. And the uproar seems to be serious. The airport says its airfield has been closed as authorities continue to investigate multiple drone sightings detected since the previous evening....


Irish airspace reopens after “complete radar failure”

The airspace of the Republic of Ireland has reopened after flights to and from the country’s two primary airports – Cork and Shannon – were suspended on the evening of October 2, 2018, due to a significant radar issue....