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 Saratov Airlines AN148 has crashed after leaving Moscow’s Domodedovo airport with 71 people on board, all of whom are feared dead.
A new colour scheme by Lufthansa has the aviation community up in arms. But is there reason to be?
A brand new airline is emerging out of Belgium – and the product looks promising!
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
The Karachi Aero Club (KAC), a flying training organization based in Karachi, Pakistan had their graduation ceremony today for commercial pilots.
The Pegasus 737-800 that ran off the runway and off a cliff in Trabzon has been retrieved and it seems like the aircraft just might fly again
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.