All Blogs / Industries / Transportation / Commercial Aviation / New


No Mayday explanation from cockpit of Essendon crash plane

The causes of the Essendon disaster remain unresolved and the investigation has no cockpit voice or sound recordings to work on The post No Mayday explanation from cockpit of Essendon crash plane appeared first on Plane Talking.

Show the family future Space flight in Canberra exhibition

May you build a ladder to the stars, and stand on every rung...May you be forever young, Bob Dylan The post Show the family future Space flight in Canberra exhibition appeared first on Plane Talking.

Is Cathay Pacific dying as a quality brand, and why should we care?

Hong Kong's most iconic airline has just been mauled by Hong Kong's most Establishment newspaper The post Is Cathay Pacific dying as a quality brand, and why should we care? appeared first on Plane Talking.

Emirates highlights stupidity of US laptop ban, politely of course

Emirates president Tim Clark calmly shows up the Fake President of the United States The post Emirates highlights stupidity of US laptop ban, politely of course appeared first on Plane Talking.

Flying Abroad – Giving the Smaller Airports Some Love Too!

I think of my nearest airport as the world’s biggest little airport. Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX) serves the 12th-largest metro area in the country, yet its only intercontinental flight is a daily British Airways 747-400 to London Heathrow (LHR). Show More Summary

How to make easy headlines with a jet electric

A carbon free jet airliner for the Sydney-Melbourne route is coming, but maybe not in this form The post How to make easy headlines with a jet electric appeared first on Plane Talking.

Laptop ban confounds airlines, safety experts, risks causing air disasters

Banning laptops on successful ME airlines flying to America may have unintended and lethal consequences The post Laptop ban confounds airlines, safety experts, risks causing air disasters appeared first on Plane Talking.

Electronics ban: How can airlines minimize the damage to their brands? #electronicsban #paxex

Air travel is about to get much worse for many of us. An electronics ban went into effect today, preventing passengers flying to the US from a number of airlines and airports based in the Middle East to carry large electronic devices in the cabin, except phones and medical devices. Show More Summary

Virgin Australia will fly Melbourne-Hong Kong five times weekly

The Australia-greater China market is even more interesting now that Virgin has played its Hong Kong card The post Virgin Australia will fly Melbourne-Hong Kong five times weekly appeared first on Plane Talking.

San Diego’s New Service to Europe, on Edelweiss?

Recently, I received a press release email from my local airport, San Diego International. The title read: “Edelweiss to begin nonstop seasonal service between Zurich and San Diego.” You’ve got to love it when your local airport adds new service, but this time was a little different than usual. Show More Summary

REX broke safety rule in last Friday’s lost propeller incident

How many times does an airline like REX ignore air safety rules before it is sanctioned? The post REX broke safety rule in last Friday’s lost propeller incident appeared first on Plane Talking.

Only another nine years of country flight fights for Sydney Airport

Screw the bush and their little planes! Another excellent result of selling essential public assets like airports to private monopolies The post Only another nine years of country flight fights for Sydney Airport appeared first on Plane Talking.

British Airways owner Levels up with new long haul LCC

If new cheap long haul Level works, it will inevitably seek access to Asia-Pacific routes The post British Airways owner Levels up with new long haul LCC appeared first on Plane Talking.

How Low Cost Carriers Helped to Save My Relationship

During the year 2016, my partner and were living 1,200 miles apart. We wanted to spend as much time together as possible without missing work or going bankrupt in the process. We needed to take advantage of every chance we came across to spend as much time together as we could. Show More Summary

Cathay Pacific suffers serious reversal of fortune, but fights on

Does anyone have a convincing answer to the problems besetting Cathay Pacific? The post Cathay Pacific suffers serious reversal of fortune, but fights on appeared first on Plane Talking.

US scientists ask, Have we already heard from space aliens?

The answer to 'Where are the aliens?' may have been heard but not understood at The Dish The post US scientists ask, Have we already heard from space aliens? appeared first on Plane Talking.

Volaris headquarters – the coolest airline office in the world? #avgeek

Since starting SimpliFlying, I’ve managed to fly on 93 different airlines. While many ask me about my favorite airline or my favorite lounge, few know that through our work the SimpliFlying team has been to over 50 airline headquarters...Show More Summary

Qatar Airways predicts long haul low cost airlines will fail

While Emirates seems a bit gloomy about the future, Qatar has cornered the market in airline optimism The post Qatar Airways predicts long haul low cost airlines will fail appeared first on Plane Talking.

British Airways ‘improves’ short haul flights with even tighter seating

Is British Airways telling us that it going to be nothing more than a bigger low cost carrier? The post British Airways ‘improves’ short haul flights with even tighter seating appeared first on Plane Talking.

QSuite is exactly that

  A couple of days ago at ITB in Berlin, Qatar Airways announced that they were finally going to do something about their aircraft not configured with the B/E Super Diamond or even the humble B/E Diamond (AKA their 777 fleet). Instead,...Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC