Aircraft manufacturers Boeing and rival Airbus have been working hard on extending flight ranges in their 777/787 and A350/A380 programs since their introduction into service. In combination with lower fuel prices, airlines have been taken risks in flying longer routes non-stop shattering distance current operating records in the process. Experience The Skies have been following […]
Norwegian announced plans and introduced new transatlantic (TATL) service from Rome to Newark, Los Angeles and Oakland from November 9, 2017 onwards with fares starting at as low as US$189 one way for economy and US$539 for Premium respectively.
United Airlines announced today that it will be enhancing its transcontinental service beginning July 1, 2017. Both business and Economy Plus passengers will benefit from this enhancement. Boston is added to the premium transcontinental route network as well on the same day.
Emirates postpones its Central American launch further into the year.
Third times’ the charm as Korean Air Lines (KE) replaces its daily flight from its hub at Seoul’s Incheon Airport (ICN) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) on board a Boeing 777-300ER to an Airbus A380-800 in 2016.
Back in 2014, Experience The Skies crowned (News – September 30, 2014) Qantas Airways (QF) with the title of the world’s longest flight for its Sydney Airport (SYD) to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) route. This will be eclipsed by Emirates on March 1, 2016. What are the world’s longest flights in 2016?
Besides having new service from Emirates (News – July 5, 2015) and WestJet Airlines (News – September 5, 2015), Orlando International Airport may be getting more feeder traffic by different rail options approval or planned.
San Jose International Airport (SJC) has been the poor cousin of San Francisco International Airport (SFO). This status is slowly changing to additional flight just announced with Lufthansa German Group (LH).
Finnair received its first of eighteen Airbus A350-900 aircrafts from Toulouse, France. A special delivery flight number was used to commensurate the occasion.
Starting from January 2016, Air France would be the only airline in the world to operate flights on board an Airbus A380 to Mexico City’s Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juárez (MEX).