Setting the Course: The Development of Air Transport The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), in partnership with the Air Transport Research Society (ATRS), will convene the second ICAO Air Transport Symposium (IATS 2014), entitled “Development of Air Transport: Setting the course” at ICAO Headquarters in Montréal, Canada from the 7th… Read more »
British Airways chefs have been tasked with perfecting the traditional fish supper for their passengers and after months in development the airline is testing fish and chips on some of its short-haul flights this week.
The first United Airlines’ 787-9 Dreamliner rolled out of the final assembly last night at Boeing’s Everett facility. The rollout marks the first major milestone in the aircraft’s production ahead of its expected delivery this summer.
The first A380 for Skymark Airlines has successfully completed its maiden test flight. The new super jumbo took to the air after the completion of the airframe assembly and full system tests in Toulouse, France.
The first Boeing 787-9 aircraft bearing the new distinctive all black livery of launch customer Air New Zealand has been revealed at Boeing’s Everett factory near Seattle.
Cessna has announced an upgrade program for the company’s successful Citation CJ2+ business jet. The new Alpine Edition CJ2+ modification package from Cessna includes the installation of a Garmin G3000 avionics suite, making the jet compliant with Next Generation (NextGen) requirements. In addition to the avionics upgrade, the Alpine Edition… Read more »
Gogo has announced that its business aviation group, Aircell, has unveiled the ST-4300 – a new in-flight communications system for business aircraft.
When the first of British Airways’ new Boeing 787-900 Dreamliners arrive next year, they will be boasting one significant addition – the airline’s next generation First Class cabin. Frank van der Post, British Airways’ MD of brands and customer experience, said: “We’re investing billions in new aircraft, smarter cabins, elegant… Read more »
Ever the pinnacle of good taste, The Peninsula’s restaurants are famed around the world for their meticulous attention to detail, sublime quality of ingredients and bold innovation. Now, thanks to the extension of its partnership with Switzerland’s national airline, SWISS, the hotel group is employing those same virtues to raise… Read more »
Air Malta has been speaking with tenor Joesph Callega about why there is no place like Malta. One of Malta’s biggest celebrities, Calleja was selected to serve as Malta’s first cultural ambassador in 2012 and is very passionate about his country..