Aviation Sector

Egyptian authorities believe MS804 crashed into the sea

Egyptian authorities have said that they believe that the missing airline jet from Paris to Cairo, might have crashed into the sea.

Air New Zealand has a New Destination in Vietnam

Air New Zealand has a New Destination in Vietnam

Air New Zealand has a new destination and that's Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. The flight which took eleven hours reached its destination on Sunday morning.

Latam Airlines fined for allowing illegal passenger on flight to New Zeland

Latam Airlines fined for allowing illegal passenger on flight to New ZelandSouth American airline, Latam Airlines has been fined by the authorities in New Zealand after the airline allowed an illegal passenger to fly to that country.

Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia Team Up for Locally Produced Biofuel Project

Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia Team Up for Locally Produced Biofuel Projec

Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia are teaming up to explore options for locally produced biofuel that can fly their planes in a more environment friendly manner.

They have issued a "request for information" to the market to explore the prospects of locally-producing aviation biofuel.

Environment friendly fuel is a focus in many countries and according to Air New Zealand's chief flight operations and safety officer, Captain David Morgan; this move is a part of the carbon management program initiated by the airline.

Major Stake Holders of United Airlines say the Underperforming Airline’s Board Needs an Overhaul

Major Stake Holders of United Airlines say the Underperforming Airline’s Board N

The transition for United Airlines has not been very smooth after its merger with Continental Airlines in 2010. The carrier has underperformed in the recent past in comparison to stocks of other U. S. airlines. To top that, he carrier has suffered other problems like technical glitches, poor employee relations and a drag on its on-time performance. The profits earned by the company also have not been at par with its peers.

Qantas Teams with ViaSat Ka-band to Offer Super-speed In-flight Wi-Fi to Passengers from Next Year

Qantas Teams with ViaSat Ka-band to Offer Super-speed In-flight Wi-Fi to Passeng

Qantas announced it is teaming with ViaSat Ka-band for offering free high-speed connectivity to customers staring from next year.

ViaSat will deliver Qantas passengers with speed and capacity that is enough to stream movies, watch TV shows and log onto news and live sports.

Qantas CEO, Alan Joyce, said, "The sheer size of the Australian landmass creates some significant challenges for in-flight connectivity but the recent launch of NBN's satellite has opened up new opportunities that we plan to take advantage of with ViaSat's help."

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