Transavia Introduces Boeing 737-800 as Airbus A321neo Struggles to Fill Seats

Transavia Introduces Boeing 737-800 as Airbus A321neo Struggles to Fill Seats

After the first Airbus entered service in January, only 189 of the 232 seats were sold, so the aircraft could easily be replaced by the smaller Boeing 737-800 without having to rebook passengers. At the end of March, Transavia received the second A321neo (the PH-YHY), which has been fully operational in the timetable since April … Read more

Boeing Pays Alaska Airlines $160 Million in Compensation for Grounding 737 MAX 9 – CEO Dave Calhoun Leaving Company

Boeing Pays Alaska Airlines $160 Million in Compensation for Grounding 737 MAX 9 – CEO Dave Calhoun Leaving Company

aviation © ap Aircraft manufacturer Boeing paid Alaska Airlines $160 million in compensation in the past quarter to ground the 737 MAX 9. Alaska Airlines said first-quarter results suffered significantly after a door panel came loose during a flight in January. Alaska Airlines expects to be further compensated by Boeing during the course of this … Read more

How the Liberation of Crimea Could Bring Down the Putin Regime: Insights from Publicist Andrei Piontkovsky

Publicist Andrei Piontkovsky is convinced that it is the liberation of Crimea that will bring down the Putin regime in the Russian Federation. The appearance of aviation in the Armed Forces of Ukraine will quickly change the course of the war, and it is best to begin the liberation of territories with its help from … Read more

New Non-Stop Flights Between Shanghai and Brussels: Juneyao Air and Hainan Airlines Launch Services

New Non-Stop Flights Between Shanghai and Brussels: Juneyao Air and Hainan Airlines Launch Services

Tickets for this scheduled service are now available for purchase on the Juneyao Air website. The flights will depart from Shanghai every Monday, Friday and Sunday at 1:55 am and arrive in Brussels at 8:15 am local time. The return flight departs 3.5 hours later, at 11:50 am. Juneyao Air uses Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners on … Read more

German Flights Disrupted by Strikes; Arbitration Offered as Solution

German Flights Disrupted by Strikes; Arbitration Offered as Solution

Frankfurt/Hannover (dpa) – There is a glimmer of hope for passengers in Germany plagued by strikes. After five rounds without agreement, arbitration is now expected to bring a solution to the collective bargaining dispute among Lufthansa ground staff. At the same time, aviation security personnel continued their warning strikes at several German airports on Friday. … Read more

Endless airport strikes – passenger rights

Endless airport strikes – passenger rights

Calls for strikes for Lufthansa and security personnel continue. Passengers need good nerves! An overview of the passenger rights of EU Regulation 261/2004. Vienna/Wiesbaden (OTS) – Compensation according to EU regulations Depending on the length of the flight route booked, you may be entitled to a flat-rate compensation payment of €250, €400 or €600 per … Read more

Indonesian Airline Batik Air Pilots Allegedly Fell Asleep Mid-Flight: Investigation Underway

Indonesian Airline Batik Air Pilots Allegedly Fell Asleep Mid-Flight: Investigation Underway

The Indonesian airline Batik Air is under investigation after two pilots allegedly fell asleep in the middle of a flight. It reports BBC. The Airbus A320 was on its way from Sulawesi to the Indonesian capital, Jakarta. Both the crew and the 153 passengers on board made it safely to the ground in the end. … Read more

US Department of Justice Investigates Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX Incident: Passengers and Crew Contacted

US Department of Justice Investigates Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX Incident: Passengers and Crew Contacted

Mar 9, 2024 at 9:40 PM Update: 2 hours ago The US Department of Justice has launched an investigation into the incident involving an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX, which lost part of its fuselage during a flight. Justice has contacted passengers and crew members. That reports The Wall Street Journal Saturday. The American newspaper … Read more

Finland Gas Strike: Gas Stations and Airports to Run Out of Fuel for 2 Weeks

Finland Gas Strike: Gas Stations and Airports to Run Out of Fuel for 2 Weeks

Gas stations and airports will run out of gas due to strikes in Finland Author of the photo: Sergey Konkov In Finland, during a new large-scale 2-week strike, difficulties will arise with fuel. Loading ad block… The Finnish industrial workers’ union Teollisuusliitto warned that there would not be enough fuel in the warehouses of gas … Read more