Today Fly South Africa welcomed its first A350-900. There was a big ceremony at Johannesburg International (JNB) the new aircraft is registered ZS-LPA. We are currently negotiating with Airbus for another 13 A350-900.
"This is the future of our airline", the CEO Simba Keïta said. With the LPA we also introduced our new cabin-interior and our new livery in the colors of South Africa.
Last post by Max Ward - December 04, 2023, 03:23:02 PM
Now, you can fly the airline you prefer to fly.
From Auckland, Raglan International offers daily non-stops to Los Angeles, Tahiti, and Fiji, plus, later this year, we'll add convenient flights to London and Tokyo.
Our Boeing 777s were already the most modern, comfortable airliners in the sky, and with our 2-4-2 seating and industry-leading 37 inches of pitch, you can stretch out all over the world. You can also enjoy great connections worldwide with the Cloud 9 Alliance.
Raglan International - The number one airline across the Pacific.
Last post by groundbum2 - December 04, 2023, 02:13:32 AM
nope, you gotta do the graft and go up and down route planning hunting for viable routes. Some people put the data into spreadsheets to avoid scanning up and down all the time. I think the logic is it would be too easy otherwise and it would take away that !eureka moment when you come across a route that is going to spill gold coins...
When joining a new world and looking what airport to start at you get this beautiful overview of top 20 destinations for pax and cargo with its supply that has already been filled in %. However my question is, can I also get this view after joining the world?
Express Europe, the budget city hopper, proudly announces a significant milestone as it crosses the 100,000 passengers per week mark. This accomplishment underscores the airline's commitment to providing efficient and affordable travel options throughout Europe.
Since its inception, Express Europe has emerged as a trailblazer in the budget airline sector, offering passengers a unique and tailored travel experience. The airline's focus on providing exceptional service at competitive prices has propelled it to become a preferred choice for travelers across the continent.
Express Europe's CEO, Humad Adams, expressed his enthusiasm for the achievement, stating, "Crossing the 100,000 passengers per week milestone is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire team. We are thrilled to have reached this significant point, and it is a clear indication of the trust our passengers place in Express Europe for their travel needs."
Adams further highlighted the airline's commitment to continued growth and expansion, emphasizing the vast potential for further market penetration across Europe. "This milestone is just the beginning for Express Europe. We see tremendous opportunities for growth and expansion in the European market, and we are poised to capitalize on them. Our goal is to make affordable and efficient air travel accessible to even more passengers in the coming years," he added.
Express Europe has consistently prioritized innovation and customer satisfaction, introducing features such as hassle-free booking, transparent pricing, and a focus on punctuality. These factors, coupled with a robust fleet and strategic route planning, have contributed to the airline's rapid ascent in the competitive aviation industry.
As Express Europe celebrates this remarkable achievement, it looks forward to a future marked by further milestones, continued success, and a commitment to providing exceptional travel experiences for its passengers.
JapanRegional is set to begin their fleet modernisation program with the introduction of the Airbus A220 family. 124 A220s have been ordered with options for 36. Of these, 30 are A220-100s, 52 A220-300s and 42 A220-300ERs. These aircraft are to replace their entire fleet of 70 Airbus A320s and 30 Embraer E195AR.
The average age of JapanRegional's fleet is 17.3 years, their A320s being on average 22 years old, many being over 25.
As for future expansion, JapanRegional plans to introduce Airbus A321P2F freighters and aquire additional Airbus A220 aircraft