Airways Weekly Briefing: Nov 7-13, 2022
Here are this week's most-read articles, including the story of Doncaster Sheffield Airport, Ryanair's Boeing 737-800 winglet retrofit, and the most famous airport in the Caribbean.
Choose the story that interests you the most and read on!
Top 10 Stories of the Week
The Turbulent Story of Doncaster Sheffield Airport — airwaysmag.com Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) launched services in 2005. Seventeen years later, the airport has seen its final passenger flights.
Ryanair to Retrofit Entire 737-800 Fleet with Scimitars — airwaysmag.com Ryanair's split scimitar winglets retrofit for its Boeing 737-800 fleet is expected to begin this winter.
Airbus, Boeing to Help Build Second Antonov An-225? — airwaysmag.com Is there a possibility a second Antonov An-225 is in the works with the help of the global aviation industry?
Glasglow-based Loganair (LM) was given lucrative take-off and landing slots at London Heathrow Airport.
Korean Air (KE) temporarily grounded its Airbus A330 fleet following a series of safety incidents.
WestJet (WS) secured slots for a new service from Calgary (YYC) to Dubai (DXB), highlighting the airline's ambition to expand from YYC.
Air Canada (AC) announced a significant expansion to its international network for summer 2023.
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Northern Italy’s main international airport is getting more than a facelift. MATTEO LEGNANI on the expansion plans of Milan Malpensa Airport.
The official Airways Magazine 2023 Calendar is here!