Noam Ismaaili

Aviation enthusiast and private pilot student, I am fascinated by the aviation industry.

Singapore Changi Airport Resumes Mega-terminal Work

Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN) and the Ministry of Transport have resumed work on SIN's new mega Terminal 5.

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Airlines Industry

Aeroflot Purchases Eight Leased Aircraft

Aeroflot (SU) has bought eight leased aircraft from foreign leasing companies as a way to meet its contractual obligations.

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Airlines Industry Routes

Allegiant Air Reveals Seven New Routes

US low-cost carrier Allegiant Air (G4) announced the launch of seven new domestic routes, starting operations in August 2022.

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Airbus Airlines Innovation

ITA Airways, Airbus Reveal eVTOL Partnership

Italian flag carrier, ITA Airways (AZ), and Airbus announced the launch of a partnership to develop an air taxi network

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Airlines Routes

American Airlines to Suspend Charlotte-Frankfurt Route

American Airlines (AA) will suspend flights between Charlotte (CLT) and Frankfurt (FRA), Germany, for the rest of this summer.

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AVJobs Featured Interview

Jobs in Aviation: Inflight Safety Program Manager

While pilots or flight attendants are the most well-known jobs in aviation, there are many individuals working behind the scenes

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American Airlines Strengthens Partnership with GOL

American Airlines (AA) has announced an investment agreement with the Rio de Janeiro-based Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes (G3).

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Airlines Safety

90 SpiceJet Pilots Banned from Flying the 737 MAX

India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has declared that 90 LCC SpiceJet (SG) pilots are not allowed to operate

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Airlines Routes

Air Transat to Fly Nonstop to French Regions

Air Transat (TS) announced the resumption of its non-stop flights between Canada and some cities in France's regions.

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Airlines Routes

Air France Preps for Summer 2022 with New Destinations

Air France (AF) is preparing for a busy summer of 2022 as it plans to serve 196 destinations, reaching 90%

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