Archive for the ‘Air Charter Companies’ Category

Airbus A380 Could Get Even More Bigger with Large Wings

Thursday, June 15th, 2017
Airbus A380

Airbus A380, Credit: Creative Commons/Rulexip

The Airbus A380 superjumbo, the world’s largest passenger plane, is reportedly all set to get even bigger. The four-engine aircraft currently admeasures 262 feet and this is soon expected to grow by 32 feet by expanding the wing span. (more…)

Extraordinary Airlines Around the World

Thursday, April 6th, 2017
Credit: VietJet

Credit: VietJet

Flying in an aeroplane is a simple business of reaching from one destination to the other. But some airline companies do not think so and offers you some of the most unusual and entertaining services on board. Let us check out some such airlines which give you a fun flight. (more…)

The Latest Facial Recognition Technology Makes Flying Easy

Friday, March 31st, 2017
Credit: Public Domain/MichaelGaida

Credit: Public Domain/MichaelGaida

Travellers can now board the flight without showing their travel documents multiple times. The facial-recognition technology will serve the purpose. (more…)

iWOAW Celebrates 80 Years of Female Helicopter Pilots & Remits Awards

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
WOAWies put magic in girls' lives during WOAW Week.

Girls during WOAW Week. Credits: Facebook/iWOAW

The Institute for Women of Aviation Worldwide (iWOAW) hosts the 7th annual Women of Aviation Worldwide Week, during March 6-12, 2017, themed as ‘Let’s whirl, 80 years of female helicopter pilots.’ (more…)

‘Flying bum’, the biggest aircraft Airlander in the World to Hit the Skies Again

Friday, February 17th, 2017
Credit: Hybrid Air Vehicles

Credit: Hybrid Air Vehicles

The largest aircraft in the world, Airlander 10, is all set to take to the skies once again after its test flight crash last summer. A ’Flying bum’ as it is lovingly called due to its shape, measures 92ms and is one part helicopter and part airship. (more…)

China’s First Commercial Trunk Liner to Enter Skies by Mid-2017

Saturday, February 11th, 2017
C919 aircraft. Credit: Comac

C919 aircraft. Credit: Comac

The Comac C919, a narrow-body twin-engine jet is expected to make its first flight by mid-2017 as reported by the People’s Daily last week. The aircraft is built by the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac). It is completely the country’s own design and built aircraft. (more…)

Private Jet Charters Booming With On-Demand Availability

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
Credit: Fly Victor

Credit: Fly Victor

Private jetting experience has opened a whole new market with aviation mavericks offering services which are no longer the privilege of A-listers. Within minutes you can book a charter flight on your iPhone for a hugely reasonable price. You can Uber pool and check out what’s available to the destination of your choice.  (more…)

Fly on Private Jet for just $29

Thursday, January 19th, 2017


Commercial flying experience spells time to travel, arriving at the airport an hour before your flight, check-in time, security check up time, and so on. Now, picture a private jet experience, which can extend you comfort, a super-reasonable fare set at $29, and also allowing you to arrive just 15 minutes before departure. The good part of this private jet experience it is not reserved just for the A-listers and is definitely worth an experience. (more…)

Free Wi-Fi on JetBlue and Alaska Airlines

Thursday, January 12th, 2017
Credit: Public Domain/stevepb

Credit: Public Domain/stevepb

Travelling on an airplane has changed tremendously in the recent years and more significance is given to the comfort factor. The year 2017 is believed to be a potential year for the aviation industry and many big changes are expected to happen.

One such improvement is that you can now access the internet, send messages, tweet and also be present on the social media while being on your flight. Alaska Airlines and JetBlue are offering free internet to their passengers which will certainly help to pass the long hours in the flight more easily. This move will be a relief for those passengers who are always online and cannot bear to be disconnected from the virtual world.

JetBlue airlines are presenting the Fly-Fi service which is touted to be the first ‘free high-speed Wi-Fi at every seat’. This service is sponsored by Amazon and will feature shows from Amazon Video, shopping and also a variety of messenger platforms.

Many airlines like the Singapore Airlines, Qatar Airways and Japan Airlines charge a fee for the passengers to access the internet. Norwegian, a long-haul airline provides cost-free Wi-Fi, but this service is limited only to the flights within Europe and between the USA and the Caribbean.

Granting internet access on the flights will have a booming impact on the airline business and people will definitely prefer flights with Wi-Fi over others.

UAE Corporate Leaders Go Big on Business Jets

Wednesday, December 14th, 2016


The UAE businessmen are definitely taking their fast, flamboyant, and luxurious lifestyle to the skies by flying in the latest business jets. During the recent Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) show, it was projected that the UAE was the second-largest buyer of mid-to-large private jets out of the total of 293 aircraft that were delivered to the Middle East between 2006 and 2015. (more…)