An Aires Aero Boeing 737 hase broken apart into several pieces whilst landing during a thunder storm at San Andres Island airport, Colombia.
The Boeing 737 was flying from Bogota to San Andres Island and was attempting to land during the thuder storm. It is thought that the Boeing aircraft may have been hit by a lightening … Continued
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that March 2010 international scheduled air traffic showed continued strengthening of demand. Compared to March 2009, passenger demand was up 10.3%, while cargo demand grew 28.1%. Both are improvements from the 9.0% and 26.3% growth for passenger and freight demand recorded in February.
These are strong gains, but the … Continued
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is offering free one-day admission to any United Kingdom, Irish or Continental European tourists stranded in Florida due to the interruption in international air travel caused by Icelandic volcanic ash.
The offer is valid starting Saturday, 17th April, 2010 at SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica waterpark and Busch Gardens Tampa.
Korean Air have announced today its preliminary results for the first quarter of 2010 ended March 31, 2010. Korean Air recorded the highest ever operating profit numbers for the first quarter.
Thanks to the surging growth in international passenger business and Korea-outbound traffic, as well as the rising demand for premium class services in the first … Continued
Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) have released its monthly traffic report for Abu Dhabi International Airport, which shows strong passenger and cargo growth for February 2010, over the same month last year.
Passenger traffic increased by 17.2% with aircraft movements up by 13.3% and cargo tonnage handled grew by 17.6%, compared to February 2009. The year-to-date figures, … Continued