Sharad Ranabhat
Sharad Ranabhat mainly covers feature stories alongside other interesting articles. Having written for Sam Chui, Airlive, Travel Radar, Aviation Nepal and others, he aims to cover as many feature stories as possible here at Airways Magazine.

Lufthansa’s A380 Resumes Flights After 3-Year Hiatus

After a three-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lufthansa resumed regular A380 flights on June 1, 2023.

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Qatar Airways Resumes Daily Doha-Tokyo Nonstop Flight

Qatar Airways has resumed its daily nonstop service between Hamad International Airport and Tokyo International Airport.

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Airbus A380 Operators, Shortest Routes in 2023

Airways takes a closer look at the Airbus A380, its current operators, and the shortest routes it operates on so

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SAS Returns to Africa With Flights to Agadir

SAS Scandinavian Airlines is reintroducing flights to Africa after a hiatus of several decades.

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The World of Flight Simulators

Explore the world of flight simulators, those apparatuses that allow pilots to practice and improve their skill in a safe

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Frontier to Focus on Peak Travel Periods in Q1 Report

Denver-based ULCC Frontier Airlines reported US$848m in revenue during the first quarter of 2023, up from US$605m in 2022.

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Air China to Sell Eight A330s to Cargo Unit

Air China has agreed to sell eight of its oldest Airbus A330-200s to its cargo unit, Air China Cargo, in

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Avolon to Aquire 40 More Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft

Aircraft leasing company Avolon has announced that it will purchase 40 Boeing 737 MAX planes in a deal worth over

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El Al’s Anti-Missile Defense System

Take a closer look at El Al Israeli Airlines' aircraft anti-missile system.

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Global Airlines With the Largest Workforce

With so many people flying every day, it's no surprise that airlines employ a massive workforce to ensure operations run

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