A380 Restaurant: Singapore Airlines Reveals Pricing For Each Class

Singapore Airlines has today released details of the pricing for its A380 restaurant. The experience, taking place towards the end of October, can be enjoyed by ‘passengers’ for between SG$50 ($37) and... Read more »

US Airline Crew Say Farewell To Passengers Ahead Of Furloughs

It’s crunch time in the United States with CARES Act funding ending, and no extension negotiated locked-in. That means many airline employees are taking their last flights ahead of expected mass layoffs.... Read more »

British Airways Ups Global Network For October

British Airways has increased its network for October. The British flag carrier is now operating flights to 138 destinations around Europe and the world as it looks to recover from severe network... Read more »

HK Express Becomes The Latest To Join The Flight To Nowhere Craze

Cathay Pacific’s low-cost offshoot, HK Express, is jumping onboard the flights to nowhere bandwagon. HK Express is offering three 90 minute flights to nowhere in November. The airline is styling the flights... Read more »

United Reaches Agreement With Pilot Union Over Voluntary Furlough

United Airlines has reached a tentative agreement with its pilots union for a package of measures including early retirement and voluntary furloughs. The airline is looking to shed around 2,200 pilots, in... Read more »

Malaysia Airlines & JAL Partner For Joint Venture Flights

Malaysia Airlines and Japan Airlines have joined forces to provide robust connectivity between their respective countries. By partnering on routes between Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo, both airlines can spread the risk, without... Read more »

Did A Senior American Airlines Employee Ignore The UK’s Quarantine?

An American Airlines sales executive took to LinkedIn this week to post an update of his recent trip to London Heathrow’s Terminal 5. While this may not sound extraordinary, the executive drew... Read more »

South African Government Says No To Additional Pilot Demands

The South African government said on Friday it would not be granting additional demands from South African Airways’ pilots. The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) expressed concerns that the pilots were requesting... Read more »