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Air Charter Companies

V-Star Set to Bring Vertical Take-off Planes to Australia

A company in Adelaide, Australia, called V-STAR is all set to bring vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft to Australia for regional travel, aeromedical and search and rescue services, and commercial transport. VTOL technology has been around and was used… Continue Reading →

German Airline Condor Unveils Chic Candy-Striped Planes

Planes typically don bland exteriors featuring a white backdrop with bold lettering and a company logo. However, some planes are set to go chicer and more decorative, with German airline Condor unveiling colourful candy-striped designs for the aircraft. Condor’s fleet… Continue Reading →

Net-Zero Aviation with Electric Planes Bound for Australia

The aviation industry has opened up some amazing doors to reduce the environmental impact of aviation with the use of electric airplanes. Australia is all set to launch and use the world’s first all-electric airline. In the backdrop of a… Continue Reading →

Rolls-Royce’s All-Electric Plane Breaks World Records

Rolls-Royce has been curating its all-electric plane, called “Spirit of Innovation,” and the automaker reports of a record-breaking top speed of the plane. At a speed of 623km/h (387.4mph), it has achieved the top speed in its latest test flights…. Continue Reading →

United Airlines Adds 270 New Aircraft from Boeing and Airbus

United Airlines recently announced its new aircraft order, the largest-ever for Boeing and Airbus jets, lining up 270 new planes worth over $30 billion. United executives confirmed the order as one of the biggest in the airline’s history. The executives… Continue Reading →

Impact of Coronavirus on Aviation Industry

The global aviation industry is facing financial losses, as carriers have been cancelling frequent flights to China. An outbreak of the fatal Coronavirus (Covid-19) was first reported in Wuhan’s Chinese city in December 2019, and since then, the infection has… Continue Reading →