After making headlines with its bold lavender-inspired livery, Riyadh Air – the upcoming full-service carrier based in Riyadh aiming to become a global airline – has unveiled its second livery. Let’s go over the details.
Well, this has totally come out of the blue. Historically a narrow-body aircraft carrier, flydubai has placed an order for wide-body aircraft, signalling a change in its strategy.
Emirates has placed a large order for Boeing B777Xs which will see the airline secure delivery slots for the foreseeable future.
Air India, the largest international airline from India, has announced that it is expanding its Australian network with new Mumbai-Melbourne flights.
Virgin Atlantic has announced changes to its route network, which will see the airline suspend flights to Austin, Texas in the United States.
Qantas has announced a new nonstop service to Paris, France. The French capital will be the airline’s third European destination.
Etihad Airways has announced that it is increasing services to Kuala Lumpur next year.
Vistara has announced that it will launch flights between Mumbai and Frankfurt this November.
Australian flag carrier Qantas has placed an order for more Airbus A350s and Boeing B787 Dreamliners as part of its fleet renewal program.
German flag carrier Lufthansa has revealed that it will deploy Boeing B787-9 Dreamliners on flights to Mumbai. This will be the first time that this particular aircraft type in Lufthansa’s fleet will have scheduled flights to Asia.