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Russian Outbound Tourism Collapses amid Ukraine Invasion

Russian outbound tourism has declined as a result of Russia's military operations in Ukraine.

IAG Reports Q1 Losses amid Staffing Woes

International Airlines Group (IAG) reported its shares fell 12.7% in Q1. The group made strong progress in other key categories.

Airbus Ramping up Operations in Mobile, Alabama

Things will be getting busier in Mobile, Alabama. Airbus is looking to start an aggressive growth plan at its assembly facility there.

The Humble Beginnings of Gulf Airlines

The Middle East is today's most prominent connecting hub, shared by a few carriers from the region.

United Airlines Resumes Nonstop San Francisco-Melbourne Route

United Airlines (UA) has announced a June 2022 reintroduction of its nonstop service between San Francisco and Melbourne.

Braniff and the Concorde

One of the often-overlooked chapters of Concorde’s history was Braniff International’s (BN) interchange flights.

Ukraine Intl. Airlines, airBaltic Launch Partner Flights

Ukraine International Airlines (PS) and airBaltic (BT) have agreed to wet-lease medium-haul Boeing 737-900 aircraft.

Qantas Orders A350-1000s, Sets Eyes on Project Sunrise

Qantas (QF) announced its order for 12 Airbus A350-1000 aircraft to be deployed on ultra-long-haul flights as a part of 'Project Sunrise'.

May 2022

As Oklahoma boomed, almost a century ago, Braniff was born. DAVID H. STRINGER takes us back to track the airline’s growth from a modest few routes to a vast network stretching far into Latin America; and ED DAVIES on Braniff

March 2022

Chrono Aviation Boeing 737-200 can carry passengers or various combinations of passengers and cargo. The airlines is able to take off from and land from unpaved runway gravel strips, thanks to its special gravel kits fitted.

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