Aviation

Amid Surge Of Large New Planes, Horizon May Be Darkening For Business Jet Makers

Abu Dhabi’s First Budget Airline Might Be A Win For Etihad But Might Not Be For

Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths Has A Plan To Keep It Flying High

Boeing Plans To Invest $20 Million In Space Tourism Company Virgin Galactic

UAE To Issue Commemorative Coin In Honor Of Hazza Al Mansoori

737 MAX Tests Didn’t Properly Assess Pilots’ Response To Emergencies, NTSB

The First Emirati Astronaut Is Ready For Takeoff

UK Travel Giant Thomas Cook Ceases Trading, Affecting 600,000 Holidaymakers

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Amid Surge Of Large New Planes, Horizon May Be Darkening For Business Jet Makers

Business jet makers’ factories have been humming at a higher pace this year, but with fears of a recession rising, the outlook for sales of new planes is softening.
4 days ago

Abu Dhabi’s First Budget Airline Might Be A Win For Etihad But Might Not Be For Air Arabia

Etihad and Air Arabia announced that they would create an independent joint venture company that will operate Air Arabia Abu Dhabi.
By Mary Sophia 6 min read
1 week ago

Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths Has A Plan To Keep It Flying High

For Paul Griffiths—Dubai Airports CEO, transport enthusiast, and organist—his current position is a dream job. Now, as Dubai plans to welcome 100 million passengers through its concourses, the CEO is...
By Mary Sophia 23 min read
1 week ago

Boeing Plans To Invest $20 Million In Space Tourism Company Virgin Galactic

On Tuesday morning, Boeing announced that it intended to invest $20 million investment in Virgin Galactic, the space tourism company founded by Richard Branson.
By Alex Knapp 2 min read
2 weeks ago

UAE To Issue Commemorative Coin In Honor Of Hazza Al Mansoori

Concluding his historic eight-day mission, the astronaut landed back to Earth today at exactly 2:59pm UAE time in the remote town of Zhezqazghan in Kazakhstan.
By Samar Khouri 3 min read
3 weeks ago

737 MAX Tests Didn’t Properly Assess Pilots’ Response To Emergencies, NTSB Says, Calling For FAA Changes

The NTSB faults Boeing's testing of the 737 MAX in a new report and calls on the FAA to change how it assesses new aircraft to better account for how pilots respond to system failures as well as...
3 weeks ago

The First Emirati Astronaut Is Ready For Takeoff

The history-making astronaut will take off at 5:56pm Dubai time today for an eight-day space tour before returning to Earth on October 3.
By Samar Khouri 5 min read
4 weeks ago

UK Travel Giant Thomas Cook Ceases Trading, Affecting 600,000 Holidaymakers

Thomas Cook's failure to secure $250 million collapse has put 22,000 jobs in 16 countries, including 9,000 in the UK, at risk.
By Samar Khouri 4 min read