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Wizz Air to Open Subsidiary in Malta

European low-cost carrier Wizz Airlines (W6) is looking to form a Malta-based subsidiary, which it anticipates will begin operations in October 2022 with aircraft registered in Malta.

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Airlines Airports Industry

Europe Drops Face Mask Requirement for Airlines, Airports

EASA and ECDC have announced they will no longer require passengers to wear face masks in airports and on flights in the European Union.

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History

Easy Come, Easy Go: The History of Go Fly

When the low-cost revolution began in the UK and Europe in the late 1990s, legacy carriers such as British Airways (BA) were slow to react.

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AvGeek History

The Air-Car Ferries of the 1960s

To cross over a sea or a channel with our cars, we use ferry boats, but back in the 1950s, it was done through the air.

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AvGeek Boeing

Secrets of the Boeing 777X Wingtips

The Boeing 777X is one of the most awaited aircraft to hit the market and an eye-catching feature is its foldable winglets.

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History

4/20/2015: Wizz Air Ukraine Suspends Operations

Today in Aviation, the Ukrainian subsidiary of the Hungarian LCC Wizz Air (W6), Wizz Air Ukraine (WU), ceased operations in 2015.

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Airlines Industry

Maersk Air Cargo – From Sea to Sky

Shipping giant AP Moller Maersk has launched its very own air cargo unit to meet the growing customer demand and better equip the existing supply chain.

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Airlines Editorial

A Brief History of Ryanair’s Inaugural Flight

Spotted at almost every airport across Europe and known by many all over the world, Ryanair (FR), the region’s largest airline by fleet size, destination count, employee number, and passenger numbers, had a somewhat humble start back in the day with just one aircraft and multiple plans gone awry.

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Today in Aviation

Today in Aviation: Finnair Flies to Moscow

Today in Aviation, Finnair (AY) became the first Western airline to begin commercial flights to Moscow Vnukovo (VKO) after WWII in 1956.

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