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.

Monarch Airlines Unveils New Livery

First Look: The New Monarch Airlines livery is here, straight from the carrier's design team.

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ITA Airways Receives First All-Blue Airbus A220

After a year of operations, ITA Airways has finally taken delivery of its first "All-Blue" Airbus A220-300.

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Thai Airways to Sell A380 Fleet

Thai Airways bids farewell to the A380 by offering the entire fleet for sale.

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G20 Summit to Disrupt Flying in India

The G20 Summit will disrupt commercial aviation in India, with airlines reducing flight frequencies by 25%.

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BermudAir to Start Flying with All-Business Class E175s

BermudAir is expected to start flying on August 31. What do we know about this peculiar airline?

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Vueling Enhances Flights from Spain to Egypt

Vueling (VY) is enhancing the winter air bridge between Spain and Egypt due to the high demand for leisure travel.

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German Airways to Fly for Binter Canarias

Binter Canarias (NT) has chosen the only European E-Jet ACMI operator as the supplier of aircraft during its own aircraft's maintenance breaks.

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Air New Zealand Orders More ATR 72s, Airbus A321neos

Air New Zealand (NZ) has announced a new order for two ATR 72-600s and two Airbus A321neos.

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Emirates Marks One of its Busiest Summers Ever

Emirates reports passenger results for the summer season as one of its busiest summers ever.

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Air Koryo Resumes International Flights After Three-Year Pause

North Korean carrier Air Koryo has operated a commercial flight out of Pyongyang after a three-year hiatus.

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