Airways Weekly Newsletter - Dec 27-Jan 2, 2022
Happy New Year from Airways! Today, we've got the rundown on the TOP most-viewed articles readers enjoyed during the week, including news of the acquisition of Airways by Argyle Enterprises.
Choose the story that interests you the most and read on!
Top Read Stories for Dec 27-Jan 2, 2022
Airways Magazine Acquired by Argyle Enterprises — airwaysmag.com Argyle Enterprises has successfully completed the acquisition of all current assets of Airways International, publisher of Airways Magazine.
Qantas to Bring back A380 Sydney-LAX Route — airwaysmag.com Qantas (QF) pushes the return of the A380 to January 11, 2022, with the first Superjumbo set to fly between Sydney and Los Angeles.
Indonesia Lifts Ban on Boeing 737 MAX — airwaysmag.com Indonesia's transport ministry lifted the ban on the Boeing 737 MAX, three years after Lion Air's (JT) fatal crash with the type took place.
Ethiopian Airlines Expects Boeing 737 MAX Return in February — airwaysmag.com Ethiopian Airlines (ET) announced its plans to return the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to its fleet next February, a significant MAX milestone.
Canada Jetlines Receives First Aircraft, Sets Sights on Launch — airwaysmag.com Toronto-based newcomer airline Canada Jetlines took delivery of its first aircraft, an Airbus A320, as it plans for a Spring 2022 launch.
Asiana Airlines to Fly A380s in March 2022 — airwaysmag.com
South-Korean carrier Asiana Airlines (OZ) announced that it will bring back to the skies a part of its Airbus A380 fleet.
Aviation Capital Group Commits to 20 A220, 40 A320neo Aircraft — airwaysmag.com
Aviation Capital Group (ACG) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for 20 A220s and a firm contract for 40 A320neo Family aircraft.
Maiden Flight of the First Serial Irkut MC-21 — airwaysmag.com The inaugural flight of the Irkut MC-21, the first serial production model with domestic composite wings and engines, has been completed.
15,000+ Flights Canceled Since Christmas Eve — airwaysmag.com Since Christmas Eve, airlines have canceled more than 15,000 flights, and the chaos continued throughout the weekend.
The Week in Aviation History
Maiden Flight of the Fokker 50 — airwaysmag.com Today in Aviation, The first of two Fokker 50 turboprop-powered airliner prototypes made its maiden flight in 1985.
Uruguayan Aeronautical Company CAUSA is Founded — airwaysmag.com Today in Aviation, the Compañía Aeronáutica Uruguaya S. A. (CAUSA), a private Uruguayan airline, was founded in 1936. It operated until 1967.
First Flight of the Martin M-130 — airwaysmag.com Today in Aviation, the first Pan American Airways Martin M-130, an all-metal, trans-Pacific flying boat, performed its maiden flight in 1934.
Pan Am Retires the Boeing 707 — airwaysmag.com Today in Aviation, Pan American World Airways (PA) retired its last Boeing 707 from regular passenger service in 1981.