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Has The Aviation Industry Recovery Peaked?

The air travel recovery may have peaked recently, according to the latest blog post from OAG, which tracks and analyses air traffic data globally. Further OAG highlighted that the world’s airlines offered around 60 million seats lately. The scheduled capacity… Continue Reading →

Is Flying Safe in the Age of Coronavirus

Air travel during coronavirus encompasses new norms of temperature screening, fumigation of terminals, and sanitisation. The planes at present have very few passengers on board, but that could change with more fliers ready to return to the skies. Amid COVID-19,… Continue Reading →

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

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.

Airlines to Curb Carbon Footprint with Fuel from Waste Wood

The commercial airline industry is booming in recent past and hundreds of modern jets are added every year so is the case of private aviation also. It has been always a point of dispute amongst the industry official and the environmentalists about quantifying the impact and amount of carbon emission by the planes.

The Netflix of Air Travel – Surf Air comes to Europe

Surf Air a California-based company offers members unlimited luxury travel in exchange for fixed a monthly fee. It is in operation since 2013. Surf Air describes this unlimited-consumption model as “the Netflix of air travel.” Its US operation has approximately 3,000 members and operates almost 90 flights a day..

Successful People Manage Their Valuable Time with Private Jets

Cost reduction and maximizing income through effective time management has become a success mantra in today’s Jet age.

When time is a valuable asset and the fact that it cannot be recovered at any cost, travelling on private jets becomes a necessity for the top business executives and state heads. All the top companies in the United States use small business jets to do so.