The Superjumbo landed at Islamabad International Airport amid much fanfare, as another A380 became the world’s first used A380.
Bad weather and a difficult approach came together, it appears, to cause yet another instance of Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), taking the lives of 66 passengers and crew in Iran.
A new colour scheme by Lufthansa has the aviation community up in arms. But is there reason to be?
A recent article on FlightGlobal has shed some light on the plight of state owned legacy carriers all over Southeast Asia – Flytewise takes a look at what it means for the Pakistani market.
Airbus set to tour Asia and Australia with their newly certified wide-body A350-1000
Boeing’s 737MAX, the quieter and more efficient version of its predecessor is said to be a game changer. Until you need to go to the toilet.
The Karachi Aero Club (KAC), a flying training organization based in Karachi, Pakistan had their graduation ceremony today for commercial pilots.
Air Falcon, an upcoming charter carrier, claims World Class Services with State of the Art aircraft. But is all as it seems?
A good day for Airbus fans as the company secures the life-saving deal for the A380 – the superjumbo that was facing a program closure.
The Malaysian Government has approved a proposal by Ocean Infinity, a US based company, to find the remains of MH370, nearly four years after it disappeared in what is one of aviation’s biggest mysteries.