Airways NOTAM April 3-9
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.
American Airlines Suspends Two Routes to China
Fort Worth-based American Airlines (AA) has slowed its growth plans in China, halting two new routes from its schedule. Read more…
Air India Completes Initial Phase of Transformation Program
The Indian flag carrier has completed the 'taxi' phase of its comprehensive five-year transformation program. Read more…
Ryanair Adds Nine UK Domestic Routes as Passenger Numbers Soar
Ryanair announced nine new UK domestic routes for the 2023 summer schedule amidst bumper passenger numbers for the last financial year. Read more…
Flying Transatlantic on Board the KLM Dreamliner
Airways reviews the inflight Dreamliner experience that KLM offers on its transatlantic flights. Read more…
4/03/1982: First Flight of the Arbus A310
This week, the first Airbus A310 prototype conducted its maiden flight in 1982. Read more…
Explained: What Is the Coffin Corner?
What does "coffin corner" or "Q corner" refer to, and why do commercial pilots avoid it? Airways explains. Read more…
This week, Boeing resumed 767 deliveries after a brief hiatus following quality control issues. FedEx and UPS both took new deliveries this week. Below: FedEx N136FE Boeing 767-300F.
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.