• Flyer Talk

    Remaining American Airlines MD-80 Routes

    American Airlines has historically been known for its massive McDonnell Douglas MD-80 family fleet, which was as big as 355 aircraft at certain points in 2005 and 2006. Recently, however, the airline has been retiring [...]
  • Industry Talk

    Yakutia Reinstates Flights from Russia to Alaska

    On Wednesday, Russian carrier Yakutia announced that flights between Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Anchorage will be started up again in Summer 2017. Yakutia operates mostly domestic Russia flights within the Commonwealth of Independent States, and operates a [...]
  • Industry Talk

    COMAC C919 Moves Towards First Flight

    COMAC, the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, has reached a milestone in testing its new C919 aircraft, which successfully completed high-speed taxi tests last week. The test aircraft completed these at Shanghai Pudong International Airport last weekend, [...]
  • Industry Talk

    Boeing Releases New 777-9X Specifications

    This week, a 79-page document was posted on Boeing’s website elaborating on the details of the largest 777 variant, the 777-9X, part of its Boeing 777X family. Its release is intended to help prepare airport [...]


IAG is Taking Trans-Atlantic Travel to a New Level

Industry Talk
March 17, 2017 0

International Airlines Group, the parent company of Aer Lingus (Ireland), British Airways (UK) and Iberia (Spain) is now creating a new airline to add to its portfolio; Level. Level is to be a low-cost, long-haul airline […]