It's a busy chapter for regional air travel.
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The Boeing 727 has been in Bristol since early 2021 and is now in use as an office and events space, with more to come.
Bush has up to 57 daily flights to Mexico.
Preparing to introduce the Boeing narrowbody into its operations, Qatar Airways has been incredibly busy training its pilots on the new type.
There is a lot in common between the two.
Boeing 787-10 deliveries have resumed while Airbus A320neos continue to join the fleet.
The largest aircraft type in the Virgin Atlantic fleet serves six destinations out of two cities in the UK.
Caught between its commitment to SWISS and its commitment to its own passengers, airBaltic must wet lease aircraft to replace its own loaned aircraft.
The twinjet is showing its versatility.
Scotland's airline uses various methods for its flight planning operations.
The littlest neo variant is now in service. But where in the world is it flying? And with which airlines?
Due to its engines, the Airbus A220 has been a huge burden for some airlines. But how is it doing overall?
As the recovery continues, seven passenger airlines plan to serve 12 Japanese destinations this November.
The twinjet is operating well on integral regional routes.
Abu Dhabi-Milan had a block time of 7h 20m.