Singapore Airlines To Launch Flights To Stockholm

Singapore Airlines has announced plans to launch a new Stockholm service next year, marking its debut in Sweden. Beginning 30 May 2017, the Star Alliance member will fly the route 5 times weekly, which will be operated via Moscow (Domodedovo) and codeshared with partner SAS Scandinavian Airlines.   Flight SQ 362 will depart Singapore at … Continue reading

Singapore Airlines’ Houston Service To Fly Via Manchester

Singapore Airlines has announced changes to its Houston service, as the carrier seeks to optimize its route network. The Singapore-Houston route, one of its longest, will be flown via Manchester instead of Moscow (Domodedovo) from 30 October 2016 with a 3-class Boeing 777-300ER configured with 8 First, 42 Business and 228 Economy Class seats.   … Continue reading

Qantas To Place A380s On Sydney – Dallas Route, Retimes Melbourne – Dubai – London (Heathrow)

Australian carrier Qantas has announced changes to its Airbus A380 operations. The airline revealed it will fly its flagship Airbus A380s on its Sydney – Dallas/Fort Worth route in a bid to maximize aircraft utilization as part of its turnaround plan, while also retiming its Melbourne – Dubai – London (Heathrow) flight to free up … Continue reading

Easyjet Launches Moscow Flights

European low cost carrier Easyjet looks east towards Russia for growth, launching flights to Moscow (Domodedovo) from London (Gatwick), its 100th route out of the airport. The airline will also begin flights to the Russian capital from Manchester later this month, giving travellers more flight options.   London (Gatwick) – Moscow (Domodedovo) Departing London at … Continue reading

Airlines Suspend Dreamliner Operations

Operators of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner have moved to ground their fleets following an advisory issued by the Federal Aviation Administration pending safety testing of the onboard batteries. A series of incidents involving the aircraft (most recently an emergency landing in Japan) prompted the directive, with Japanese and US operators the first to suspend operations. … Continue reading