ABC INTERNATIONAL has recently collaborated with ITA Airways on distinctive cabin branding for the new Italian national airline’s fleet. The project, which began in early 2023, involved creating and installing iconic brand touchpoints in the interiors of the new A319, A320, and A330 ITA Airways aircraft.
Brussels Airlines has added a tenth Airbus A330 to its fleet, reaffirming its commitment to growth in the Sub-Saharan African region. This expansion will enable the airline to reintroduce the Nairobi route and increase the frequency of flights to Kigali. As a result, Brussels Airlines will offer connections to 18 destinations in Sub-Saharan Africa. The airline is hiring ground staff and crew to support these routes.
Qatar Airways has achieved ISO/IEC 20000-1:2018 Information Technology (IT) — Service Management System certification. This accomplishment was confirmed by the Alcumus ISOQAR, a highly recognized UKAS-accredited certification body.
Over the two-month summer holidays, Brussels Airport welcomed nearly 4.6 million passengers, an increase of 5% compared with summer 2022. Dive into the numbers.
Single European Sky: A Leap Forward in Air Traffic Management with EASA’s Consolidated Responsibilities
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is set to play a larger role in ensuring seamless Air Traffic Management (ATM) and Air Navigation Services (ANS) in support of the Single European Sky initiative. The aviation safety authority aims to enhance efficiency, consistency, and the overall evolution of aviation operations in the European region.
The business aviation industry is continually looking for skilled aircraft maintenance technicians. To shed light on the career opportunities in this field, the 2023 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) is introducing its first-ever Aircraft Maintenance Competition.
Schiphol’s figures underline its pivotal role in European and global air travel as travel demands evolve. While the cargo figures have room for improvement, the overall stats indicate a bustling, thriving airport ready to meet the world’s travel and transport needs.
The European Commission has recognized the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) integral role in the aviation sector. After thoroughly evaluating Regulation (EU) 2018/1139, which gives EASA its mandate, the Commission has found EASA’s efforts on unified standards for aviation safety immensely beneficial.
Despite turbulence in its cargo sector and a near 30% increase in fuel prices, Icelandair is set to achieve a net profit in 2023. Iceland’s… Read More »Icelandair on Course for Net Profit in 2023 Despite Cargo Challenges and Rising Fuel Costs
A report by Valour Consultancy has revealed that IFEC-driven onboard ancillary revenues are projected to skyrocket to an impressive $29 billion by 2031. The transformation comes after a difficult period affected by the COVID-19 pandemic but now sets the stage for robust growth.
2023 Global Dangerous Goods Confidence Outlook: Key Insights and Recommendations for a Safe DG Supply Chain
The air transport industry plays a pivotal role in global commerce. However, shipping dangerous goods (DG) / hazardous materials (hazmat) safely and compliantly has become increasingly challenging in today’s dynamic landscape. A recent collaboration between the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Labelmaster, and Hazardous Cargo Bulletin clarifies these challenges.
The Irish Business and General Aviation Association (IBGAA) gears up to host its much-anticipated second annual conference at the iconic Adare Manor in Limerick on 1 November 2023. The event offers a unique blend of executive aviation and luxury tourism discussions.
Cemvita Corporation and United Airlines have joined hands in an offtake arrangement to supply up to 1 billion gallons of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) from Cemvita’s cutting-edge full-scale SAF plant.
Assaia Appoints Tim Toerber as VP of Business Development: Strengthening Aviation Partnerships in the Americas
Assaia, the pioneer in AI-enhanced turnaround management, announced Tim Toerber as its new Vice President of Business Development for the Americas. This strategic addition is pivotal as the aviation industry gears up to tackle post-COVID challenges.
ACC Columbia Partners with Moment to Provide Premium In-flight Entertainment for Private Jet Customers
ACC Columbia, aircraft repair and maintenance, has added the Flymingo Jet onboard entertainment platform developed by Moment to its installation capabilities.
AFI KLM E&M Unveils Its State-of-the-Art Engine Shop at Orly: Pioneering a New Era of Engine Maintenance
Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) inaugurated a new engine shop at Orly. This state-of-the-art facility is the culmination of the Single Roof project initiated in 2019. Link to the virtual tour.
Lufthansa Cargo, a key player in the airfreight industry, recently announced a significant expansion in its international flight offerings, focused on key markets in Asia, Africa, and Mexico.
Qantas has publicly acknowledged and accepted the ruling of the High Court on the airline’s decision to outsource its remaining ground handling function in 2020. This decision comes after the High Court upheld two preceding judgments made by the Federal Court on the matter.
Vietnam Airlines has teamed up with leading airline technology provider AirFi in a major technology uplift. The companies have inked a two-year deal adding AirFi’s IFE solution to equip 37 of the airline’s Airbus A321 aircraft.
The European airport industry is making an impressive comeback, with July’s passenger traffic reaching 97% of the levels before the pandemic, according to the ACI EUROPE airport traffic report.