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NEWS May 21, 2024 VIDEO: Passenger Dies After Severe Turbulence on Singapore Airlines Flight One passenger has died onboard a Singapore Airlines flight after the aircraft hit patches of severe turbulence. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 15, 2024 Why Most Australian Airlines Fail In the past 100 years, nearly 300 Australian airlines have failed. With the recent collapse of 18-month-old Bonza Airlines, the question has to be asked: Can any new airline can survive Australia's aviation market? Here's a look at five failed airlines and the impacts they left in the land down under. Read More →
NEWS May 13, 2024 Air Vanuatu: What Happens When An Airline Goes Bankrupt Recently, Air Vanuatu went bankrupt, canceling all international flights and stranding thousands of passengers. This latest airline bankruptcy brings up the question - What happens after an airline goes bust? Read More →
NEWS Apr 01, 2024 South American Tourism and the Impact of COVID-19 South America's booming tourism industry seemed to evaporate during the pandemic. Although some companies are still struggling, recent evaluations of the region suggest that they are on the way back up. Read More →
NEWS Mar 05, 2024 Pilot Helps Woman Deliver Baby During VietJet Flight From Taipei to Bangkok A Pilot for VietJet by the name of Jakarin Sararnrakskul, helped deliver a baby while he was flying from Taipei, Taiwan, to Bangkok, Thailand. Read More →
NEWS Feb 26, 2024 Power Bank Explodes on AirAsia Flight in Thailand, Causing Fear Among Passengers About 30 minutes after a Thai Air Asia flight from Bangkok-Don Mueang (DMK) took off, smoke emanated from row 15. It was soon discovered that this smoke was coming from a portable power bank that had suddenly ignited. The smoke caused the flight attendants to promptly grab one of the onboard fire extinguishers and put an end to the sudden fire. Read More →
NEWS Feb 21, 2024 Thai Airways Grows Fleet With Airbus A350-900, Boeing 787-9, and A321neo Leases Thai Airways has made multiple major announcements at the 2024 Singapore Airshow,¬†including a large Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner order on February 20.¬†Thailand's flag carrier is committed to growing and modernizing its fleet. Thai Airways has agreed to acquire four Airbus A350-900s, three Boeing 787-9s, and ten Airbus A321neos from aircraft leasing company AerCap. Read More →
NEWS Feb 20, 2024 Thai Airways Orders 45 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners at Singapore Airshow Despite Boeing's commercial aircraft division having a significant absence from the 2024 Singapore Airshow, the manufacturer has still managed to garner some orders. On February 20, Thai Airways placed a landmark order for the Boeing 787, showing the carrier's aspirations for massive growth in the coming decade. Read More →
NEWS Feb 09, 2024 Thai Airways Flight Delayed After Canadian Man Deploys Emergency Slide Before Takeoff Flight disruptions caused by troubled passengers have risen worldwide in recent years. A Thai Airways flight was recently delayed following a passenger opening the aircraft's emergency exit door, deploying the emergency slide as the plane was taxiing for departure. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 02, 2024 Why South Africa's Aviation Industry is Collapsing Amid Flag Carrier Bankruptcy and Economic Issues South Africa's aviation industry, once a symbol of the country's economic prowess, currently navigates turbulent skies. The collapse of South African Airways (SAA), the national carrier, and broader economic strains have created a perfect storm, threatening the industry's survival. Read More →