Rytis Beresnevicius

Looking back at some of the iconic Boeing 747 liveries

Undoubtedly, the Boeing 747 is a true icon in aviation. Unfortunately, the aircraft's story might end prematurely, as the COVID-19 pandemic had ravaged the industry and the demand for international air travel....


Rytis Beresnevicius

Legacy of the deadliest aviation crash in 1977

While the events in Tenerife on March 27, 1977, left the bloodiest mark in aviation's history, it also left a long-standing legacy that improved the safety of everyone onboard an aircraft....


Rytis Beresnevicius

Top 10 Airline Advertisement Posters Of All Time

As technology changes the daily lives, so does the way of companies reaching us via their adverts. But back in the golden age of aviation, airlines used posters to attract passengers to their new routes. Check out the Top 10 most beautiful airline posters!...


Rytis Beresnevicius

Top 5 Airlines That Are Bankrupt

While aviation is lucky for some, for others it went south and it all ended in bankruptcy. These are the top 5 biggest airlines that are no longer with us....


Clement Charpentreau

Bikini airlines: new destinations, old habits?

The announcement of the Vietnamese low-cost company VietJet arrival in India’s booming aviation economy attracted a lot of attention in March 2018. It was not because of its competitive prices or the new route  it was opening....


Zivile Zalagenaite

History Hour: Queen of the skies enters service

On January 22, 1970, Captain Robert M. Weeks and crew flew the Pan American World Airways  Boeing 747-121, N736PA,  Clipper Young America, New York to London on a 6 hour, 43-minute inaugural passenger-carrying flight of the new wide-body jet. Aboard were a crew of 20 and 335 passengers....