Alaska Airlines is set to begin using the VeriFLY health passport. The airline is soon to join the oneworld alliance, whose members American Airlines and British Airways are already using the app. The app allows passengers to avoid document checks at
Panasonic Avionics has hit a major milestone for inflight connectivity as its first extreme high throughput satellite (XTS) satellite has gone live. The APSTAR-6D satellite is the latest enhancement to the company’s third-generation inflight connectivity network. APSTAR-6D has entered service.
The American owner of defunct airline WOW Air’s assets has claimed she also indirectly holds shares in Iceland’s only remaining airline – Icelandair. As well as this new claim, Michelle Ballarin has floated the idea of merging the two airlines.
A 45-year-old Canadian citizen was removed from a Lufthansa flight to Vancouver at Frankfurt Airport on Monday. The airline refused to carry the gentleman after he refused to wear a mask. The police were called when he refused to disembark
Korean Air is set to operate international sightseeing flights after being granted approval by Korea’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport. The airline plans to commence its ‘flights to nowhere’ from February 27th onwards, with the destination rumored to be
The Airbus A340 was a gamechanging aircraft at the time of its launch, providing healthy competition to Boeing’s 747. Its four engines allowed it to fly long distances over water before ETOPS was a thing. As we head into 2021,
Eastern Airways shared today that it will be launching flights to Gibraltar from Birmingham from May 28th. Flights on this route will be operated by the British carrier’s Embraer E190 jets and the price of tickets will start from £74.99
Singapore Airlines’ most recent financial report details how the airline has swung to a loss of more than $2 billion across the nine months of the financial year. Despite passenger numbers plunging 97% in 2020, the airline is keenly looking
Simple Flying’s latest podcast is live and ready for you to enjoy. Hosted this week by Tom Boon, our Content Manager, and Jo Bailey, our Editor, our 52nd episode is now available for your listening pleasure. The Simple Flying podcast is
Over the last year, there have been several restrictions introduced to help curb the impact of the pandemic. However, these efforts have been inconsistent across the globe and often against the advice of aviation bodies and health groups. Nonetheless, the