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Airways NOTAM June 4-11
Your weekly review of commercial flight
Get up-to-speed on the commercial aviation industry with the top stories of the week, including India’s denial of United-Emirates’ codeshare request, IndiGo’s first transatlantic foray, an interview with EVA Air president Clay Sun, and the story of Philippine Airlines' first transpacific sleeper service.
India Denies United-Emirates Codeshare Request
This week, India rejected United Airlines' request to codeshare with Emirates on flights departing from within the South Asian country. Read more…
IndiGo Expands Across the Atlantic for the First Time
IndiGo is expanding its international network with the addition of new codeshare connections to the US via Istanbul with Turkish Airlines. Read more…
Delta Air Lines Launches Largest-ever Transatlantic Network
With 77 routes to 32 destinations, Delta Air Lines is set to operate its largest-ever transatlantic network this summer. Read more…
Interview: EVA Air Eyes New Aircraft, Destinations
EVA Air President Clay Sun sat down with Airways to discuss the airline in a post-pandemic world. Read more…
This Week in History
6/04/1948: Philippine Airlines' First Transpacific Sleeper Service
Philippine Airlines began its first transpacific sleeper service between San Francisco, California, and Manila in 1948. Read more…
Explained: How Is the V1 Speed Calculated?
This is how pilots determine the V1 speed, also known as the takeoff decision speed, which is a critical aspect of aviation. Read more…
Airways delves deep into the airlines still operating scheduled passenger flights on their Boeing 747s. While the Queen of the Sky is gradually being phased out, a few airlines continue to fly passenger versions of the Boeing 747 to international hubs and leisure destinations.
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