Airways NOTAM July 10-16
Your weekly review of commercial flight
Get up-to-speed on the commercial aviation industry with the top stories of the week, including Ryanair’s decision to leave the UK Aviation Council, Virgin Australia’s anticipated cabin upgrade, flying in Antarctica with White Desert, and a video deep dive into the world's busiest air route.
Ryanair Quits UK Aviation Council
Michael O'Leary describes the UK Aviation Council as "useless and ineffective" as he removes Ryanair from the future aviation strategy group. Read more…
Virgin Australia Unveils "Highly Anticipated" Cabin Upgrade
Virgin Australia revealed its new business and economy cabins that will be retrofitted to its older Boeing 737-700 and -800s. Read more…
Delta Exercises Options for 12 Airbus A220-300s
Delta Air Lines continues to firm its position as the world's largest A220 operator by exercising options on a further 12 -300s. Read more…
The Reality of Flying in Antarctica with White Desert
Airways talks to Patrick Woodhead, founder of White Desert, about the idea and complexity of running aerial services in Antarctica. Read more…
This Week in History
7/16/1948: Maiden Flight of the Vickers Viscount
This week in 1948, the first Vickers Viscount aircraft took to the skies from Wisley, Surrey, on its maiden flight. Read more…
Delta Air Lines Posts Record-high Quarterly Revenue
This week, Delta Air Lines announced its June quarter financials. Highlights include recording the highest quarterly revenue in the company’s history. Read more…
Airways takes a deep dive into the world's busiest air route. And no, it's not a long-haul hop from any city in North America to Europe. Instead, at just one hour of flying time, the Seoul Gimpo (GMP) to Jeju Island (CJU) in South Korea has had this distinction for many years. Find out why this route is so popular.
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