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Ryanair welcomes first Boeing 737 Max to fleet

17 June

Ryanair has welcomed its first Boeing 737 Max after nearly two years of delays. The low-cost carrier took delivery of its first Boeing 737-8200 in Seattle, Washington. The aircraft flew overnight from Seattle and will land in Dublin Airport later this afternoon. This is the first delivery of an order of 210 planes, which is an investment in new technology, valued at over $22 billion. These new aircraft will carry four per cent more...

Qatar Airways adds Côte d’Ivoire to network

17 June

Qatar Airways has welcomed Abidjan to its global network as its debut flight to the largest city in Côte d’Ivoire lands at Felix Houphouet Boigny International Airport. With three weekly flights, the service between Doha and Abidjan via Accra will be operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner featuring 22 seats in business class and 232 seats in economy, along with capacity of up to 15 tonnes of cargo. Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al...

QANTAS expands its E190 relationship with Alliance Airlines

17 June

QANTAS Airways has made this announcement: Qantas expands deal with Alliance Airlines for additional capacity using Embraer E190 jets More services for Adelaide-Canberra route announced today; others to follow Jetstar Airways redeploys more aircraft from Singapore The Qantas Group is preparing for continued growth in domestic travel demand, with additional aircraft to be made available for Qantas and Jetstar flying. Additional E190s...

Air Europa to operate 87% of its routes to the Americas from July

14 June

Air Europa has made this announcement: From July we will operate 87% of the routes to America, with flights to Miami, New York, Panama, Salvador de Bahia etc. From our hub in Madrid we will connect with 11 European destinations and more than 20 Spanish domestic destinations.

Delta passengers and crew subdue an off-duty flight attendant on LAX-ATL flight

14 June

Delta Air Lines flight DL1730 from Los Angeles to Atlanta was forced to divert to Oklahoma City after an off-duty flight attendant disrupted the flight: From CNN: “An off-duty Delta Air Lines flight attendant apparently commandeered the intercom on an Atlanta-bound flight Friday night, leading to a scuffle that forced the plane to land in Oklahoma City, an airline spokesman said. Crew members and passengers of Delta Flight 1730 subdued...