With the Airbus and Bombardier Aerospace C Series deal closed, the CS100 and CS300 names are changed to A220-100 and A220-300 to form the new A220 family of aircrafts. In addition, JetBlue Airways announced a mega deal to purchase 60 A220-300 aircrafts to become an all Airbus shop in the future.
Today’s news digest incorporates features on Skytrax, Delta Air Lines, Bombardier, United Airlines, Airbus, AirAsiaX, ANA All Nippon Airways, Air India and WestJet.
Swiss International Air Lines receives its first Bombardier CS300 aircraft (Tail: HB-JCA) for new service starting on June 1, 2017 from Geneva, Switzerland to London, United Kingdom.
Air Canada announced it is purchasing Bombardier’s new C-Series aircrafts with delivery planned in late 2019 to 2022.
Porter Airlines’ dream of building jet operations at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) had another setback after PortsToronto, the federal port authority, new announcement that it has halted work on an environmental assessment and two studies requested by city council in 2014.
From the moment passengers step onto an aircraft, the cabin interior plays a big role in setting the tone for the rest of their flight. Comfort, space, and amenities are some of the key ingredients that makes the flying experience enjoyable. In this series, we will examine some of the most common cabin interior features in […]