Emirates (EK) is the biggest Airbus A380-800 operator with 95 aircrafts in service and another 12 on order. While there are three published configurations, the airline actually have six different versions in operation today. We take an inside look at all the different versions available for travellers today and what the future will entail.
Today’s news digest incorporates features on Marriott International, Airbus, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Gategroup, Dubai Airport, Thales and Munich Airport.
Today’s news digest incorporates features on Skytrax, Delta Air Lines, Bombardier, United Airlines, Airbus, AirAsiaX, ANA All Nippon Airways, Air India and WestJet.
Delta Air Lines will receive its first of fifteen Airbus A350-900 aircrafts in July 2017. The first aircraft went through its maiden test flight at Airbus assembly center located in Toulouse, France on May 24, 2017. We go behind the scenes on Delta Air Lines’ journey with this aircraft thus far and what lies ahead as the […]
Singapore Airlines (SQ) takes delivery of its first of 67 Airbus A350s on March 3, 2016.
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 August 2015, Experience The Skies reported that Emirates would run all Airbus A380 service between London and Dubai starting on January 1, 2016 (News). The airline has new plans to expand the market with a new daily flight to be launched in early Spring.
American Airlines typically uses Boeing 737s for flights between New York to Boston. As a special treat, passengers will be able to enjoy this short trip on board the airline’s best narrowbody aircraft for a limited time.
Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) (LX) and Boeing are celebrating the delivery of the airline’s first Boeing 777-300ER (Extended Range) on January 29, 2016.
TAP Portugal (TP) announced plans for major investment across the airline, including refurbishing cabin interiors and rebranding its regional subsidiary Portugalia.