THE A380 WILL BE ABLE TO FLY TO PAKISTAN
The airport in Islamabad, which should be open this August, should be able to accept Airbus A380 flights. According to the airport management, capacities for landing, parking and start are prepared. The A380 needs a special service, which means, among other things, staff must be specially trained to operate this flying colossus.
The question is if someone will ever operate the A380 on the routes to Islamabad. Operation of this two-storey four-engine machine costs a lot of money, and according to experts, the airplane has to spend at least eight hours in the air for it to pay off.
HUMAN REMAINS ON MONT BLANC
Daniel Roche - a man who is fascinated by air crashes and spent years looking for human remains after airplane accidents on Mont Blanc, reports a discovery. And not just
HONG KONG AIRLINES TOOK OVER ITS FIRST A350 XWB
Hong Kong Airlines has taken over its first leased aircraft type A350 - 900 from AerCap. Hong Kong Airlines became the 15th airline to operate this type of double-aisle plane
PRAISE FOR AIRLINES
Finally, we can praise some of the airlines for their approach to passengers. Specifically, Southwest Airlines and their help to a mother who was experiencing a huge family crisis. When Peggy