Adrian Nowakowski

Correspondent - Europe & Middle East
Commercial aviation enthusiast from Madrid, Spain. Studying for a degree in Air Traffic Management and Operations at the Technical University of Madrid. Aviation photographer since 2018.

DAS2023: EgyptAir Selects Airbus for Widebody Expansion

Airbus continues to receive orders for its Airbus A350 XWB program, with the latest commitment coming from EgyptAir

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DAS2023 Day 1 Recap: Boeing for the Win

Spanning across seven announcements, Day 1 of DAS2023 saw an impressive total of over 300 orders placed by commercial airlines in Europe and

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Airlines DAS2023 Passenger Experience

DAS2023: Flying on Board FlyDubai to Dubai

Airways offers an alternative experience with FlyDubai, the sister airline of UAE flag carrier Emirates, as we journey to DAS2023 on a Boeing

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DAS2023: All Aircraft to Be Displayed at the Show

Avoid scheduling any activities during the second week of November, as the entire commercial aviation industry will be focused on the largest air

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Industry Op-Ed

Op-Ed: Potential Airline Alliance Shifts on the Horizon

Airways looks at different scenarios in which certain airlines belonging to the three major alliances, along with external carriers, may soon switch allegiances

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TUI Says Goodbye to the Boeing 767

Manchester Airport saw today the departure of the last TUI Airways Boeing 767 after almost 40 years of operations.

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American Airlines Unveils 50 New Summer Routes

American Airlines has announced its flight schedule for summer 2024, featuring over 50 new destinations.

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Qanot Sharq Launches One of the Longest A321neo Flights

Qanot Sharq, a recently established airline based in Uzbekistan, has announced its plans for a new European network originating from Tashkent-Islam Karimov Airport.

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Airlines Routes

Binter Faces IAG with New Madrid Aircraft Base

Canarian airline Binter confirmed the establishment of a new aircraft base at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas International Airport.

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A City Without Wings: Berlin’s Missing Airline History

Take a deep dive into the history of Berlin's airports and why the German capital still lacks a stable local airline.

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