Airways NOTAM March 13-19
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 industry analysis, and multimedia content.
Choose the story that interests you the most and read on!
Air Zimbabwe Plans Return to London
Air Zimbabwe (UM) may finally resume its Harare-London route this year. Read more…
CEO Interview: Vistara Ready to Join Air India, Drops US Plans
Airways had a brief exchange with Vistara's CEO, Vinod Kannan, who shed some light on the Air India merger, the airline's fleet, and its product offerings. Read more…
JetBlue Sets Plan for 200 Daily Flights at MCO
JetBlue Airways announced two new nonstop flights from Orlando International Airport. Read more…
Why Is TSA Adding Facial Recognition at Airports?
Airport facial recognition aims to help the TSA more accurately identify known threats. Should travelers be concerned? Read more…
30 Years of Airbus A340 Operations
This week, the Airbus A340 reached 30 years of commercial operation. Here is our tribute to an aircraft that changed the course of commercial aviation. Read more…
CAPA Airline Leader Summit 2023 Full Report
Airways attended the CAPA Airline Leader Summit 2023, where aviation leaders gathered to discuss the future of aviation in a post-pandemic world. Read more…
In this video, we examine the history of the low-cost transatlantic airline Norwegian Air Shuttle and contrast it with Norse Atlantic Airways, a more recent entry. Would you fly 8+ hours with a low-cost carrier?
A brand new Boeing 747 departed Paine Field in the early morning hours of February 1, 2023, for the last time after a 50-year run. The airliner left PAE for Cincinnati (CVG), bound for a service life with Atlas Air. Get the latest issue of Airways Magazine.