Early this morning the big european manufacturer announced that they would end the production of the world’s biggest passenger aircraft, the Airbus A380-800. This is following the decision of the UAE airline Emirates to reduce their orders, and compensate it with Airbus A350 and Airbus A330-900neo. The last delivery is planned for 2021, the aircraft […]Read More Airbus is announcing the end of the A380-Production
The Ireland-Carrier Aer Lingus is the third Airline to change a colorful livery to a more brighter one within a year. Find-out now why they are doing this, and why they get rid of their good old green.Read More Why is Aer Lingus changing their signature green livery?
YourAviation got the amazing chance to fly on a private Bombardier Challenger 300 from Zurich to Salzburg and back. Read our blog today to discover this exclusive & amazing experience!Read More The very exclusive experience: A flight on a private jet!
The Crash of the LionAir B737MAX has been shocking for the Aviation world. Today after a first investigation report beeing published, we know that the aircraft wasn’t fit to fly. YourAviation analysed the case for you!Read More LionAir B737MAX Crash: Aircraft was “not airworthy” – Analysis by YourAviation
Today marks the end of an era as British Airways (BA) retired the Boeing 767 type from its fleet with last revenue flight operated yesterday using Boeing 767-336(ER) registered as G-BZHA, which departed from London Heathrow on Sunday, 25 November 2018 at 12:20 (GMT) BA662 to Larnaca, Cyprus and returned to London Heathrow on the same day […]Read More Why did British Airways store the Boeing B767? Analysis by YourAviation