Air Belgium has announced that it is to close its passenger business and concentrate on cargo services and leasing aircraft to other carriers for cargo and passenger flights on an aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) basis.
Australian flag carrier Qantas has today announced the final piece of its jet fleet renewal programme with the firm order for 24 widebody aircraft.
Hamburg-based photographer Dirk Grothe shares a selection of images from a recent visit to the Philippines
It’s been a rather busy spell for Italian flag carrier ITA Airways, which not only took delivery of its first Airbus A330neo but also acquired a major new shareholder. Matteo Legnani brings us the latest from Rome
Nigel Pittaway and Mark Ayton detail one of Europe’s most important military programmes – the A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT).
In the February 2015 issue of Aviation News, Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren charted the rise of the Airbus A330, from A300 replacement to the modern day neo
Now production of the A380 has wound down, testing of the A321XLR project has been ramped up, while the A220 appears to be going from strength to strength. Dominic Ward takes a look at the state of play with Airbus’s current types in production