Turkish Airlines redesigns the travel comfort with “Flow Sleeping Set”.

Bringing various innovations to the sky in order to ensure a perfect travel experience for its guests, Turkish Airlines now offers the new “Flow Sleeping Set” to the passengers with its wondrous design. Starting with Feb 19, the new collection offered in Business Class promises a sleep as comfortable as your home, only above the clouds. Produced with the successful collaboration of Turkish Airlines and Zorlu Tekstil while carrying the signature of expert designers, collection aims to offer a healthier and higher quality sleep environment. Combining elegant lines with comfort, all pieces of the new set are developed with the … Continue reading Turkish Airlines redesigns the travel comfort with “Flow Sleeping Set”.

Global aviation safety procedures and regulations to be analyzed amidst emergent challenges

Addressing the emergent safety challenges of the rapidly transforming global aviation industry, the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority is hosting the World Aviation Safety Summit (WASS), returning to Dubai this year in its sixth edition. Taking place on 11 and 12 December, WASS 2018 will examine responses to new safety threats such as carry-on powders, and highlight important tools and key strategies for maintaining air travel’s standing as one of the safest forms of mass transportation in the world. The Summit brings together local and international stakeholders and provides them with a platform to review and examine the implementation of cutting-edge … Continue reading Global aviation safety procedures and regulations to be analyzed amidst emergent challenges

ETIHAD AIRWAYS CONGRATULATES FIRST UAE ASTRONAUTS WHO WILL BE SENT TO THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

Etihad Airways has offered its heartfelt congratulations to Emiratis, Hazza Al Mansouri and Sultan Al Nayadi, who have been selected as the first Arab Nationals to visit the International Space Station. Hazza and Sultan were chosen ahead of more than 4,000 candidates for the landmark mission to the habitable satellite hovering above earth. The Emirati pair conducted extensive medical examinations performed by specialists at the Etihad Aeromedical Centre in June as part of their selection process. Etihad also conducted medical assessments for 95 Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre astronaut candidates who were shortlisted for the UAE Astronaut Programme. Dr. Nadia … Continue reading ETIHAD AIRWAYS CONGRATULATES FIRST UAE ASTRONAUTS WHO WILL BE SENT TO THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

Emirates SkyCargo partners with Gargash to transport Alfa Romeos for celebrity motor rally

Cars flown to London to mark Dubai based Gargash’s 100th anniversary Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, and Gargash, one of the largest distributors of premium and luxury cars in the UAE, have partnered to transport two Alfa Romeos from Dubai to London for the prestigious Gumball 3000 motor rally. The two cars, an Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio and an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio were transported onboard an Emirates SkyCargo Boeing 777 freighter from Dubai to London. Emirates SkyCargo’s Boeing 777 freighter aircraft can carry up to 100 tonnes of cargo and with its wide main deck doors allows … Continue reading Emirates SkyCargo partners with Gargash to transport Alfa Romeos for celebrity motor rally

General Civil Aviation Authority signs agreement to increase air traffic capacity between the UAE and Canada

During the recent visit of his Highness Sheikh Abdulla bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and international cooperation to Canada. His Excellency Engineer Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansoori, Minister of economy and Chairman of the General civil aviation … Continue reading General Civil Aviation Authority signs agreement to increase air traffic capacity between the UAE and Canada

Strengthen Economic Regulation of Australia’s Airports

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called for economic regulation of airports in Australia to be strengthened.   “At a time when we have an infrastructure crisis globally, Australia has a good story to tell. The plans for a new airport at Badgerys Creek are encouraging, as are efforts for cooperation between civil and military authorities to more efficiently use airspace.  But we need to take a serious look at airport charges. Last year the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission raised concerns about the effectiveness of Australia’s price monitoring regulatory regime for airport charges. They were not convinced that … Continue reading Strengthen Economic Regulation of Australia’s Airports

ACJ debuts Harmony cabin concept for VIP widebodies

Provides productive practicality for the longest flights Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) has created a new cabin design concept, called Harmony,which combines the comfort and space of a widebody cabin with the practicality to suit the longest of flights. Harmony seamlessly … Continue reading ACJ debuts Harmony cabin concept for VIP widebodies

AIR SEYCHELLES INCREASES JOHANNESBURG FLIGHTS TO SIX PER WEEK

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles has announced that it will increase the frequency of its services between Seychelles and Johannesburg to six flights per week starting from Tuesday, 3 July, 2018. The new service has … Continue reading AIR SEYCHELLES INCREASES JOHANNESBURG FLIGHTS TO SIX PER WEEK