It still seems shocking that the A380 is gone from AirFranceRead more "Cost of decommissioning A380’s is huge so why do it now?"
ANA has announced the schedule for the first Japanese-operated Airbus A380, which will fly between Tokyo Narita and Honolulu starting on May 24, 2019. Sales for this flight will begin on January 10 2019, for the newly introduced First Class and ANA COUCHii in Economy Class. ANA currently has two flights departing from Tokyo Narita […]Read more "ANA announce sale dates and timetables for A380’s, flights to Perth"
Emirates bows to pressure and agrees to take on more A380’sRead more "Emirates signs up for 36 A380’s"
Disrupting the airline industry model will take some doing, but it can be done…Read more "What to do with 20 A380’s nobody wants? Mark Lapidus of Amadeo has the answer."
is an AF-KLM style merger on the cards?Read more "Etihad was late to the party, will it be the first to leave?"
Pressed yesterday on the likelihood of Emirates ordering a widebody aircraft to replace its departed 772’s and A330’s yesterday, Tim Clarke revealed that it won’t be happening any time soon. Having cancelled 70 A359’s a couple of years ago, saying they didn’t fit with Emirates changed priorities, the landscape has changed again. Emirates seems to […]Read more "Emirates says no to smaller widebody for now "
Emirates CEO Sir Tim Clarke weighed in at the London Aviation Fair yesterday. First he said the airline would have a better financial year. He put that on rising oil prices. These are a double edged sword for Emirates. High prices weigh on costs and profits, on the other hand they encourage more business […]Read more "Emirates, Airbus, A380, future.."
Hello again Singapore, Qantas calling…Read more "Qantas drops Dubai from March 25th 2018"