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IndiGo implements aircraft deboarding system via THREE doors

Indian low-cost giant IndiGo has introduced a new system allowing its passengers to disembark their Airbus A320 Family jets via three doors…

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First Australian carrier receives Boeing 737 MAX

In a milestone for Boeing, a 737 MAX has been handed over to an Australian-based airline for a first time. Find out more on Key.Aero!

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Ethiopian Airlines’ A350-1000 order: What we know

Following a recent announcement that Ethiopian Airlines is set to become Africa’s maiden Airbus A350-1000 operator, we look closely at some of the all-important details released so far…

The ultimate Ryanair quiz!

Love them or loathe them, the Ryanair Group has transformed the European aviation market over the last three decades. Why not test your knowledge of one of the world’s biggest low-cost carriers in this special Ryanair-themed quiz?

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What next for Europe's airlines?

Confidence in the summer travel season set against worries by rising fuel prices – Europe’s airlines face a complex environment, finds Mark Broadbent

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African-based airline revealed for more Boeing 777Fs

An order for more of Boeing’s popular 777F widebody freighter was unveiled today (May 25). Find out more…

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Analysis: Impact of Russian sanctions on commercial aviation

Crippling sanctions, the collapse of vital bilateral agreements and airspace bans. Aviation News investigates the impact on the commercial aviation industry of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

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Aussie-based Bonza unveils HUGE launch plans

The Australian low-cost sector looks set for a major shake-up after independent, low-cost entrant, Bonza, recently revealed the blueprints for its initial route map, consisting of an impressive 16 destinations across 25 routes – all domestic – as part of what it claims to be “the largest launch announcement in Australian aviation history”.

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A look at Africa's aviation industry

Tom Batchelor examines the challenges and opportunities posed as the continent seeks to strengthen its routes

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Retro planespotting at Nairobi in the 1970s

Bob O'Brien gives us a treat as he delves into his extensive collection to share some of the best snaps of Nairobi’s Embakasi Airport – better known today as Jomo Kenyatta International – the main gateway to Kenya’s capital and surrounding country, taken during the 1970s.