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Qantas marks 100th anniversary with Sydney Harbour fly-over

Today marks the 100th birthday of Australia’s Qantas Airways, considered to be the oldest continuously-operating airline in the world and the only one that flies to every inhabited continent. Australia’s flag-carrier intends to keep celebrations fairly subdued, however it will mark the occasion with a low-level flyover of the Sydney Harbour later in the evening.

Farewell to the 747: Boeing to pull production after 2022

Speaking to investors on Wednesday, Boeing has confirmed reports that it will pull production of the iconic 747 jumbo jet after 2022. Boeing had initially declined to respond to a report published by Bloomberg nearly a fortnight ago, which said that the last 747-8 is expected to be completed in about two years. “At a

Podcast: Qatar’s new VP reveals how the airline seized the initiative

In this episode, we talk to the VP Pacific of Qatar Airways, Tom Scruby, about why the airline decided to keep flying.

Podcast: Did airlines cut too hard and too fast?

While the virus appears to be receding and borders are beginning to open up around the world, will the aviation industry ever get back to where it was pre-COVID-19? Join hosts Adam Thorn and Christian “Boo” Boucousis on this episode of the World of Aviation Podcast as they delve into how different airlines are responding

Wednesday airline updates: Virgin Atlantic’s 2021 timetable

Virgin Atlantic has released its summer 2021 schedule and what may be a glimpse into the future once the pandemic comes to an end.

British Airways continues Singapore stopover despite ban

The Singaporean government announced late on Sunday that all short-term travellers would be prohibited from entering the country - including passengers transiting through Changi Airport.


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