Airways Weekly Briefing: August 1-7, 2022
Here's the rundown of the most viewed articles our readers enjoyed this week, including the growth of Kempegowda Airport; Antonov's aircraft renaming with Ukrainian cities; Airbus axing Qatar Airways A350 orders; and this week's top AV history post.
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Top 10 Stories of the Week
The Fast-growing Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru — airwaysmag.com India's Kempegowda International Airport (BLR) in Bangalore is witnessing tremendous passenger movement.
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World’s First LCC to Use a 3-Door Narrow-body Disembarkation — airwaysmag.com India's largest airline, IndiGo (6E), has launched its very own 3-point disembarkation method.
Antonov Airlines Renames Aircraft after Ukrainian Cities — airwaysmag.com These are the aircraft Antonov Airlines (ADB) renamed after Ukrainian cities that were casualties of the Russian invasion.
25 Russian Airlines’ Airbus Jets Added to US Export Violation List — airwaysmag.com The U.S. Commerce Department adds 25 Airbus jets flown by Russian airlines to its list of suspected export violators.
Air Canada Cargo to Add Boeing 777Fs, Drones to Fleet — airwaysmag.com Air Canada (AC) is going big in the freight market. The airline said that it would add two factory-built Boeing 777 freighters to its fleet.
Apollo Global in Talks to Acquire Atlas Air Worldwide — airwaysmag.com This is why Apollo Global wants Atlas Air (5Y), operator of the world's largest fleet of Boeing 747 freighters.
British Airways Stops Sale of Short-Haul Flights from Heathrow — airwaysmag.com The suspension of short-haul ticket sales at London Heathrow affects hundreds of domestic and European services.
This Week in Aviation History
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Followed by a chase aircraft supporting the flight test crew, the first A321XLR made its maiden flight from Airbus Airport, Hamburg Finkenwerder.