• Thai Airways orders additional 787-9s

    Thai Airways orders additional 787-9s

    Boeing and Thai Airways have announced that the flagship carrier has placed an order for additional 45 Boeing 787 Dreamliners. The move comes as Thai Airways seeks to modernize and expand its widebody fleet and international network. Opting for the 787-9 variant aligns with the airline’s long-term strategy to rejuvenate its fleet with more fuel-efficient…

  • Embraer E195 – Testament to Safety

    Embraer E195 – Testament to Safety

    Since its inception, the Embraer E195 has earned a reputation as a reliable and safe aircraft, serving as a workhorse for airlines around the world. From its maiden flight to its continued operation in commercial fleets, the E195 has demonstrated a commitment to passenger safety and operational excellence. The Embraer E195, part of the E-Jet…

  • Sustainable Aviation Fuels – The Path to Greener Skies

    Sustainable Aviation Fuels – The Path to Greener Skies

    In recent years, the aviation industry has been making significant strides towards sustainability, driven by government regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. One promising avenue for achieving this goal is the development and adoption of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs), renewable alternatives to traditional jet fuels derived from fossil sources. As airlines, manufacturers, and governments increasingly…

  • NVIDIA AI Reshaping Aviation

    NVIDIA AI Reshaping Aviation

    Not only since the release of ChatGPT, artificial intelligence (AI) has become an important technology that is going to reshape the future of various industries, including aviation. Company NVIDIA, originally known of their gaming graphic cards, has become a major player in the field since their processors and platforms are perfect for supporting complex and…

  • Boeing 777-300ER – Mastering the Skies

    Boeing 777-300ER – Mastering the Skies

    In the world of commercial aviation, few aircraft command as much respect and admiration as the Boeing 777-300ER. With its impressive size, range, and performance capabilities, the 777-300ER has become a cornerstone of long-haul travel for airlines around the globe. We delve into the remarkable features and enduring legacy of this iconic wide-body jetliner. The…

  • Atlas Air in the Spotlight

    Atlas Air in the Spotlight

    In the dynamic world of aviation, Atlas Air stands out as a leader in air cargo transportation and aviation services. With a diverse fleet of aircraft and a global network of operations, Atlas Air plays a vital role in the global supply chain, delivering goods and resources to destinations around the world. In this article,…

  • Air Greenland Chief Pilot Talks about Airbus A330

    Air Greenland Chief Pilot Talks about Airbus A330

    Aviationtag, famous for upcycling retired aircraft skin into unique, collectible aviation-themed tags, has posted an interesting interview with Air Greenland Chief Pilot. His exprience, what it means to fly for Air Greenland and in particular the Airbus A330. Aviationtag recently exclusively offered their products made from Air Greenland Airbus A330-200 OY-GRN “Norsaq” (MSN 230), that…

  • Pan American World Airways: A Definitive History

    Pan American World Airways: A Definitive History

    Pan American World Airways, commonly known as Pan Am, holds a legendary status in the annals of aviation history. Established in 1927, Pan Am pioneered numerous innovations in commercial air travel and played a pivotal role in shaping the modern airline industry. This article provides a detailed exploration of Pan Am’s rich history, from its…

  • Bombardier Challenger 600 Crash in Florida

    Bombardier Challenger 600 Crash in Florida

    A Bombardier Challenger 600 private jet has crashed onto I-75 near Naples, Florida today. The Bombardier Challenger 604 – N823KD – MSN5584 – flight HPJ823 was bound from Columbus (OSU) to Naples (APF). Apparently the pilots have reported engine failure before. Shortly before going into approach, the plane crashed into a car driving on the…

  • Gulfstream G700 at Singapore Airshow

    Gulfstream G700 at Singapore Airshow

    Gulfstream unveiled today that the all-new ultralarge-cabin Gulfstream G700 is making its debut at the Singapore Airshow. The G700, accompanied by the award-winning Gulfstream G600, will be showcased from February 20 to 25 at Changi Exhibition Centre. Scott Neal, senior vice president, Worldwide Sales at Gulfstream, emphasized the significance of the long-range capabilities of the…

  • Tracing the Evolution of the Concorde

    Tracing the Evolution of the Concorde

    The Concorde, a collaborative endeavor between British and French aviation industries, symbolizes the zenith of aerospace engineering in the 20th century. This article endeavors to trace its remarkable journey from conception to cessation, illuminating the scientific, economic, and cultural impact of this iconic aircraft. The origins of the Concorde can be traced back to the…

  • Boeing Terminates Joint Ventures with Embraer

    Boeing Terminates Joint Ventures with Embraer

    Boeing announced today that it has terminated its Master Transaction Agreement (MTA) with Embraer, under which the two companies sought to establish a new strategic partnership. The parties had planned to create a joint venture comprising Embraer’s commercial aviation business and a second joint venture to develop new markets for the Embraer C-390 Millennium medium…

  • Video – Boeing 777X First Flight incl. Wing Fold

    Video – Boeing 777X First Flight incl. Wing Fold

    The new Boeing 777X took off at Paine Field in Everett, Washington, for a three hour, 51 minute flight over Washington state before landing at Seattle’s Boeing Field. Capt. Chaney and Boeing Chief Pilot Craig Bomben worked through a detailed test plan to exercise the airplane’s systems and structures while the test team in Seattle…

  • How do airplanes fly? (Video)

    How do airplanes fly? (Video)

    An airliner is typically defined as an aircraft intended for carrying multiple passengers or cargo in commercial service. When the Wright brothers made the world’s first sustained heavier-than-air flight, they laid the foundation for what would become a major transport industry. Listing every single component of an airplane is almost impossible. The modern airliners in…

  • Turkish Airlines moving to new Istanbul Airport – All the Details

    Turkish Airlines moving to new Istanbul Airport – All the Details

    In just a few days Turkish Airlines will conduct one of the biggest moving operation in global aviation history. The flag carrier of Turkey will move to the new Istanbul Airport beginning of April 5 at 03:00 AM. As the greatest airport project of the world, the first stage of the move towards Istanbul Airport…

  • Pilots Anonymously Report Problems with 737 MAX8

    Pilots Anonymously Report Problems with 737 MAX8

    NASA is providing its Aviation Safety Report System since many years to offer a safe, confidential way for pilots and avation personnel to report safety related incidents anonymously. Lately the database shows various reports of incidents from concerned pilots about issues with MCAS and handling of the Boeing 737 MAX8. This questions the assessment of…

  • The final frontier of aviation: ultra-long distance travel at speed

    A new exploration of the world’s fastest private jets by Air Charter Service (ACS) has the Cessna Citation X+ sneaking into pole position at 0.935 Mach – that’s a hairsbreadth off supersonic speed. But this fast plane is unlikely to hold its position for long. There is a revolution taking place in aviation that will…

  • 7 Things You Need to Know About Flying Private

    7 Things You Need to Know About Flying Private

    Taking a private flight is a unique and pleasant experience that dodges many of the hassles of larger flights. You do need to do things a little bit differently to take full advantage of those differences, but there are only a few things that you need to remember if you want to have the best…

  • News – Meet the Airbus A220

    News – Meet the Airbus A220

    In a surprising move, Airbus has revealed the renaming of the former Bombardier C Series (CS100 and CS300) to Airbus A220-100 and A220-300. The aircraft are fully optimized for the 100 to 150 seat market and perfectly complement Airbus’ existing best-selling A320neo family. “Everyone at Airbus has been looking forward to this historic moment. Today,…

  • Boeing announces Partnership with Embraer

    Boeing announces Partnership with Embraer

    Just five days after the Airbus-Bombardier C-Series partnership came into effect, rival Boaing has announced that they are taking over 100% of Embraer’s commercial aircraft operations. In October 2017 Airbus purchased a 50.01% majority stake in the Bombardier CSeries program. As part of the deal, Bombardier retained a 31% stake in the aircraft and Investissement…

  • Jetseta’s tips for maximizing your private flight

    Jetseta’s tips for maximizing your private flight

    A private flight provides flexibility, absolute privacy, extreme comfort and allows you to manage your time completely, as well as the flight itinerary. But believe it or not, there are certain guidelines that can make your experience even better, especially if you’re not a frequent private flyer. How much earlier should I arrive before departure?…