Summer of Love back after 40 years

Summer of Love back after 40 years

Websites are being launched, festivals are being planned and exhibitions are taking place — all to honor the 50th anniversary… Read More »

The Rising Cost of the Great American Road Trip

The Rising Cost of the Great American Road Trip

Thinking about taking the great American road trip this summer? Be prepared to pay more at the pump as gas… Read More »

Dreamy Treehouse Hotels

Dreamy Treehouse Hotels

Photo: View of the Pacific from Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California. (Flickr/Greg Balzer) The warm summer days of our… Read More »

Ten Winter Destinations

Ten Winter Destinations

Photo: Picturesque Hallstatt, Austria in winter. Photo via Flickr/victoria white in 2010 The hardest part of deciding on a sunny… Read More »

Five hotels to make you feel like an Oscar Winner

Five hotels to make you feel like an Oscar Winner

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel (Photo via Flickr/Rach) The 89th Academy Awards, better known as the Oscars, will take place in… Read More »

A new T3 lounge for London Heathrow

A new T3 lounge for London Heathrow

Airport Lounge Development is shortly to launch a facility at Heathrow Terminal 3 in response to a significant increase in… Read More »

AirX’s Airbus A340 luxury charter

AirX's Airbus A340 luxury charter

European Aviation has delivered a former Air Sri Lanka Airbus A340 aircraft to the established Maltese charter airline Air X…. Read More »

The first Airbus A320NEO powered by Pratt & Whitney takes off

The first Airbus A320NEO powered by Pratt & Whitney takes off

The first flight of the Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-powered Airbus A320NEO on Sept. 24 is the most significant milestone in… Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines preparing for new aircraft order from Boeing and Airbus

Ethiopian Airlines preparing for new aircraft order from Boeing and Airbus

Ethiopian Airlines will decide on which planes it will buy from Boeing and Airbus by the end of next week,… Read More »

In-flight battery fires stir safety questions

In-flight battery fires stir safety questions

Lithium batteries that power the ubiquitous electronic devices passengers take on-board planes pose an increasing, but little-publicised fire hazard. Comprehensive… Read More »

Does Delta finally understand kid seat safety rule?

Does Delta finally understand kid seat safety rule?

In an incident dismayingly similar to one involving American Airlines, a Delta Air Lines commuter, Shuttle America, refused to allow… Read More »

Takeoffs at several southern California airports were halted for up to two hours due to computer problems

Takeoffs at several southern California airports were halted for up to two hours due to computer problems

Takeoffs at several southern California airports, including Los Angeles, were halted for up to two hours on Wednesday Apr. 30… Read More »

Scientists found that turbulence will increase in the North Atlantic flight corridor due to climate change

Scientists found that turbulence will increase in the North Atlantic flight corridor due to climate change

Scientists found that turbulence will increase in the North Atlantic flight corridor due to climate change. A report published in… Read More »

Asian battle for widebody dominance just got more intense with the Airbus A350 order from JAL

Asian battle for widebody dominance just got more intense with the Airbus A350 order from JAL

The Asian battle for widebody jet market dominance waged by Airbus and Boeing just got more intense, with the Airbus securing of… Read More »

The recent Boeing 787 problems puts its GoldCare maintenance service to the test

The recent Boeing 787 problems puts its GoldCare maintenance service to the test

After a series of 787-8 problems and temporary groundings last week in Europe, Boeing says it is focused on making… Read More »

Airbus and Boeing battle for widebody jet market dominance in Asia

Airbus and Boeing battle for widebody jet market dominance in Asia

Let’s take a closer look into the Asian battle for dominance in the widebody jet market waged by Airbus and… Read More »

Airbus launches shorter range A330-300 Regional

Airbus launches shorter range A330-300 Regional

Airbus launches a short-range ‘regional’ version of its A330-300 jet at an air show in China. After years of adding… Read More »

Boeing drops the 767-200ER and the 767-400ER from its product offering

Boeing drops the 767-200ER and the 767-400ER from its product offering

Boeing has withdrawn the 767-200ER and the 767-400ER from its product offering, as per the latest aircraft pricing table update… Read More »

Boeing flies the 787-9 Dreamliner for the first time and is getting ready for 787-10 production

Boeing flies the 787-9 Dreamliner for the first time and is getting ready for 787-10 production

The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner took to the skies for the first time on Sept. 17, beginning a comprehensive flight-test program… Read More »

Bombardier successfully flew its CS100 airliner for the first time

Bombardier successfully flew its CS100 airliner for the first time

Bombardier successfully flew its CSeries airliner for the first time on Monday Sept. 16, kicking off a renewed effort to… Read More »

Lufthansa will split order for wide-body aircraft between Airbus and Boeing

Lufthansa will split order for wide-body aircraft between Airbus and Boeing

The Lufthansa mini-jumbo order and the launch of the Boeing 777X has been much anticipated since June’s Paris air show and looks… Read More »

Boeing plans to make the first flight of the 787-9 next week

Boeing plans to make the first flight of the 787-9 next week

Boeing plans to make the first flight of the 787-9 next week, a stretch version of its high-tech Dreamliner. A flight… Read More »

Airbus appears to break Boeing’s grip on Japan’s two largest airlines helped by the 787s problems

Airbus appears to break Boeing's grip on Japan's two largest airlines helped by the 787s problems

Airbus finally breached Boeing’s Japanese fortress in 2013, helped by glitches with Boeing’s 787s, which both JAL and rival All… Read More »

Boeing rolls out the first completed 787-9 Dreamliner

Boeing rolls out the first completed 787-9 Dreamliner

Boeing has completed the first 787-9 Dreamliner. The second member of the 787 family rolled out of the Everett, Wash.,… Read More »