Over 3 million Russian tourists to visit Egypt after resumption of flights
On Friday Dec 15th 2017, Russian Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov and Egyptian Civil Aviation Minister Sharif Fathi signed a cooperation agreement on civil aviation security in preparation for the resumption of flights between the two countries.   The signing ceremony was held at the Russian Ministry of Transport in Moscow, Fathi said that flights between Moscow and Cairo would be resume...
Dubai Air Show 2017 – Numbers
DUBAI — the 2017 Dubai Air Show is in the books, and despite the tens of billions of dollars of purchase activity, the biggest story from the show may well be a purchase that didn’t happen. In years to come, we may well look back at Dubai 2017 as the moment the Airbus A380 program truly became ‘a dead man walking’ after Emirates declined to order the superjumbo wit...
Boeing Says Middle East Could Demand 3,350 New Airplanes over 20Years
In light of Dubai Airshow, Boeing has released its forecast for the new airplane market for airlines in the Middle East. Over the next two decades, Boeing said the region is going to need 3,350 new Airplanes “Traffic growth in the Middle East is expected to grow at 5.6% annually during next 20 years”, VP of marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes “ the fact that 85% of the...
Guy Creates His Own Airplane Cockpit Simulator At Home Using Google Search
  Laurent Aigon from Aquitane, France built a fully functional Boeing 737 cockpit in his child’s bedroom by using Google as his primary source for knowledge and parts. The project took Laurent five years to complete, ordering and assembling parts from all over the globe to make his childhood dream a reality.
Boeing Rolls Out Singapore Airlines' First 787-10 Dreamliner
Boeing has completed the manufacture of the first production 787-10 for launch customer Singapore Airlines at its final assembly line in North Charleston, South Carolina. The Rolls-Royce Trent 1000-equipped aircraft, the largest and most fuel-efficient member of the Dreamliner family, will next undergo painting into the airline’s full livery, after which initial systems checks will be un...
THE UK ban on flights to Sharm El Sheikh needs to be lifted – or more British airlines could fold.
That’s the advice of a group of MPs, who say travel restrictions to the Red Sea resort are harming the aviation industry. With so many airlines competing in a smaller market, fares reached rock bottom – so the company earned £100 million less last year, despite carrying 14 per cent more passengers. Andrew told the BBC: "Flights were being squeezed into a smaller number of de...