India has granted approval to Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft to fly again in the country. This should be important for Akasa, the new airline planning to take off in India, soon.
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Akasa, the new, yet to take to the air airline with Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and Vinay Dube at the helm, seems to have almost made up its mind about bringing on Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in its fleet.
United is betting the house on the surge of travel post pandemic. They have ordered another 270 new aircraft from Airbus and Boeing, in a move that signals their confidence on Americans travelling in the future.
Watch Air India perform one of their last passenger flights with the Boeing 747 aircraft in this video that captures the Jumbo Jet experience onboard the airline.
Air India’s Boeing 747 fleet will be retired shortly, closing out a long era of service by the Queen of the Skies, which firmly established Air India as the Maharaja.
United Airlines had a massive engine failure on board one of their aircraft heading to Hawaii today. Fortunately no lives were lost and no one was injured. Here are all the details of this incident.
Boeing announced the biggest loss in the history of the organisation, for the year 2020, a year which was plagued with the continued grounding of the 737 MAX, 787 production issues and a continued delay in the launch of the 777X programme.
I recently flew the Vistara 787-9 for the first time. Here is my experience flying the flat bed Business Class for the first time. The same product is flying to London these days, and hopefully soon to Paris and Frankfurt as well.
The Boeing 737 MAX has been officially ungrounded by the FAA. This sets the ball rolling for the aircraft to be allowed to take to the skies after certain steps are taken.
Is flying safe in the times of CoVid-19? A recent research study by IATA and the three airframe manufacturers, conducted individually, reached to the same conclusion: Flying is safe. Here are the details.
Boeing today declared that they will be downsizing the number of planes they build every month in anticipation of the CoronaVirus induced slowdown for aviation. This also means they have now confirmed that they will shut the Boeing 747 production soon.