Wa talk to Kristine Volma, Tower and Ground Air Traffic Controller at Riga International Airport (RIX).
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The highlights and key takeaways from the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) 78th Annual General Meeting.
Russian outbound tourism has declined as a result of Russia's military operations in Ukraine.
This month’s Airways Feature is dedicated to the new Embraer E2 program, which has just delivered its first E190-E2 to launch customer Widerøe. The plane’s unique large engines and stylized wingtips are evident in this photo, making it look sleek,
The Bombardier CSeries CS300—now called Airbus A220-300—will be the only airplane type in airBaltic’s fleet within the next few years. On this month’s cover, we present the striking plane climbing out showing a polished reflection on its left wing.
MONTREAL — Air Canada has officially become North America’s launch operator of the Airbus A220-300. The Canadian flag carrier unveiled the new single-aisle jet to the public before its planned entry into service on January 16 on the busy Montreal-Calgary
MIAMI — Delta Air Lines has taken delivery of its long-awaited Airbus A220-100, formerly known as Bombardier CSeries CS100. The Atlanta-based airline is the largest A220-100 customer, with a firm order for 75 aircraft. With this delivery, Delta becomes the