First Bombardier Global 7000 private jet undergoing final assembly

First Bombardier Global 7000 private jet undergoing final assembly

Bombardier confirmed that the first examples of its next generation Global 7000 private jet are undergoing final assembly at its… Read More »

Airbus claims successful test of unmanned aircraft

Airbus claims successful test of unmanned aircraft

Photo: Successful first flight for UAV demonstrator ‘SAGITTA’. Unmanned jet powered craft flies for 7 minutes, including take-off and landing…. Read More »

U.S. issues readjusted security directive to airlines

U.S. issues readjusted security directive to airlines

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued a revised directive to airlines around the world in response to requests… Read More »

World’s Best Domestic Airline

World's Best Domestic Airline

This has been a big year for airlines but not always in a good way. With increasing fees and seemingly constant stories… Read More »

SkyTeam introduces two-stop World Pass

SkyTeam introduces two-stop World Pass

SkyTeam, the global airline alliance, has introduced a new two-stop option for its popular Go Round the World Pass. Perfect… Read More »

More fresh Mint service by JetBlue

More fresh Mint service by JetBlue

  JetBlue Airways on July 17, 2017 announced a series of expansion plans for the airline’s Mint premium experience, which… Read More »

Air Transat is leasing 10 Airbus A321LR aircraft

Air Transat is leasing 10 Airbus A321LR aircraft

Canada’s Air Transat is leasing 10 Airbus A321LR aircraft via AerCap, with the aircraft to enter into service starting in… Read More »

Eurowings and Brussels Airlines passenger traffic soar

Eurowings and Brussels Airlines passenger traffic soar

Low cost airlines Eurowings (including Germanwings) and Brussels Airlines saw their passenger figures for the first half of 2017 soar… Read More »

Flydubai and Emirates partner up

Flydubai and Emirates partner up

Low-fare Middle East airline flydubai and fellow Dubai-based Emirates have confirmed an extensive partnership that will see them optimize the… Read More »

US and Australia to fly hypersonic missiles

US and Australia to fly hypersonic missiles

The US has been working on hypersonic aircraft missiles that could fly at a mile per second.Australia joined the testing process… Read More »

Heathrow Airport introduces AR technology

Heathrow Airport introduces AR technology

Two other UK airports have already embraced augmented reality (AR) technology, with Gatwick using AR to help passengers navigate the… Read More »

The U.S. Air Force Wants Permission to Shoot Down Civilian Drones

The U.S. Air Force Wants Permission to Shoot Down Civilian Drones

When they’re flying over bases and nearly colliding with $250 million fighters. The head of the U.S. Air Force’s Air… Read More »

Titanic prepares to set sail in Belfast

Titanic prepares to set sail in Belfast

Set in the former headquarters and drawing offices of shipbuilder Harland & Wolff, Belfast’s much-anticipated Titanic Hotel has named its… Read More »

How to Find Cheaper Flight Tickets

How to Find Cheaper Flight Tickets

While checking Instagram or Facebook, most of us see that friend who travels all the time. Have you ever wondered how… Read More »

Airbus A350-900 joins Delta fleet

Airbus A350-900 joins Delta fleet

Delta Air Lines became the first North American operator of the state-of-the-art Airbus A350 XWB on Thursday Jul. 13 in… Read More »

U.S. Business Travel Spending Reached $424 Billion in 2016

U.S. Business Travel Spending Reached $424 Billion in 2016

Business Travel Responsible for $547 Billion in U.S. GDP in 2016, Creates Over 7.4 Million Jobs A new report issued… Read More »

American Airlines’ new First Dining at their Flagship JFK Lounge

American Airlines' new First Dining at their Flagship JFK Lounge

While American Airlines is in the process of making flying more restrictive and less comfortable for less-than-frequent flyers, it’s investing… Read More »

Robot bartenders aboard cruising ships

Robot bartenders aboard cruising ships

Finally, a robot that does something other than building cars or computers. Cruise giant Royal Caribbean is making waves this… Read More »

Must See Sights in Barcelona

Must See Sights in Barcelona

There’s no shortage of creativity In Spain’s most avant-garde city. Like something out of a surrealist dreamscape, the Catalan capital… Read More »

There was a time Singapore Airlines was inspired by Air India

There was a time Singapore Airlines was inspired by Air India

The government of Singapore thought of starting an international airline to be able to attract investment to the island in… Read More »

Bombardier CSeries to take part in certification trials at London City Airport

Bombardier CSeries to take part in certification trials at London City Airport

A Bombardier CSeries 100 in full SWISS regalia is expected to take part in certification trials at London City Airport… Read More »

Airbus has unveiled the A380plus

Airbus has unveiled the A380plus

Airbus has unveiled plans for an enhanced A380 superjumbo, the “A380plus”, with new large winglets to provide up to 4%… Read More »

Turkish Airlines and Dubai’s Emirates are no longer on US laptop ban list

Turkish Airlines and Dubai's Emirates are no longer on US laptop ban list

After Etihad, Turkish Airlines and Emirates are the next airlines that satisfied American security concerns and they have been exempted from a U.S. ban… Read More »

United to introduce 777-300ER with Polaris Cabins on more routes

United to introduce 777-300ER with Polaris Cabins on more routes

New Boeing 777-300ER aircraft was introduced by United Airlines into service on several routes. Latest United Polaris business-class cabin and… Read More »