Airways NOTAM April 17-23
Your weekly review of commercial flight
Get up-to-speed on the aviation industry with the latest Airways NOTAM, featuring the top three news stories of the week, an insightful opinion piece, a look back at aviation history, an industry analysis, and engaging multimedia content.
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Approved to Fly to Pakistan
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has received permission from Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority to fly from Abu Dhabi to Islamabad. Read more…
Flying Air Greenland's New A330neo in Business Class
Experience a rather special route with a special airline—to Kangalurssaq on Air Greenland in Business Class. Read more…
Loganair Reveals First New London Heathrow Routes
Loganair has announced the first two new routes it will serve from London Heathrow. Read more…
Losing Altitude: Can Aviation Meet the Talent Demand?
Aviation needs next-generation commercial aircraft, new propulsion types, and novel sources of energy. For that, we need new designers, engineers, and financial Wizkids. Read more…
FedEx Celebrates 50 Years of Operations
50 years ago this week, Federal Express operated its first flights out of its base at Memphis International Airport. Read more…
Everything You Wanted to Know About the Boeing 737 MAX
If you've ever wanted to know more about the Boeing 737 MAX, look no further. In this article, we'll cover everything you need to know about the MAX. Read more…
In this video, Airways covers the southernmost airport in the world. Accessible with just two flights from many European and American cities, Ushuaia Airport is a true gateway to Antarctica.
After 22 years of service with Horizon Air, the Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 has left the carrier’s fleet. The regional airline and feeder for Alaska Airlines has now become an all-jet operator. Read all about it in the Airways May 2023 issue, out now.