Airways NOTAM Feb 20-26
Your weekly review of commercial flight
Welcome to this week’s Airways NOTAM, with the top three news stories of the last seven days, an opinion piece, this week in history, an analysis, and multimedia content.
Choose the story that interests you the most and read on!
Lufthansa Plans to Cancel 34,000 Summer Flights
Lufthansa plans to cancel 34,000 flights from its 2023 summer schedule due to staffing shortages. Read more…
Allegiant Announces Eight New Summer/Fall Routes
Allegiant Airlines adds eight new nonstop routes for the summer and fall travel seasons. Read more…
American Airlines to Restart Three Dublin Routes
By bringing back these three Dublin routes, American Airlines gets closer to operating its full European summer schedule. Read more…
What EMS Can Learn From the Airline Industry
Airline crew resource management, quick reference handbooks, and fatigue management strategies can all be replicated in other industries. Read more…
World's First Commercial Trans-Polar Flight
SAS (Scandinavian Airline System) began the world's first regular polar air service this week, in 1957. Read more…
Remembering Kai Tak – The Pilot and People's Airport
Kai Tak, a special airport, stays in the hearts of the select few pilots who flew in there and of the people of Hong Kong. Read more…
We’ll leave you with this perspective shot of a Sun Country Airlines Boeing 737-800, N833SY, departing from San Diego International Airport.
The so-called ‘Golden Hour’ is the perfect time to take epic shots and serves well to illuminate this United Boeing 787-10 landing in Paine Field. Get the latest issue of Airways Magazine.