Austrian airlines take part in the Jerusalema challenge

Airlines united in dance challenge video

Assuming that you haven’t been living under a rock you will have probably heard of the Jerusalema dance challenge that has been sweeping social media and several worldwide airlines have got in on the act. Austrian Airlines, Air Baltic, Air Madagascar, Eurowings and Viva Air are just some of the [read more]

An image shared widely on social media shows turbine blades embedded into a vehicle in Meersen
Aviation safety news

Injuries as 747 engine explodes over dutch town

Two people have been taken to hospital with minor injuries after an engine on a Boeing 747-400F failed sending shards of turbine blades to the ground. The incident involved a Longtail Aviation Boeing 747-400F which had just departed Maastricht Airport bound for New York. One engine suffered an uncontained engine [read more]

G-EUNA waits to line up at London City Airport for another departure to New York (Image: TransportMedia UK)
Airline news

BA Baby Bus retires to the Netherlands

British Airways (BA/BAW) last remaining ‘baby bus’, Airbus A318 G-EUNA has been officially retired to its final resting place at Twente Airport in the Netherlands. November Alpha used to ply her trade across the Altantic between London City and New York together with sister ship November Bravo using the infamous [read more]

Ryanair Head Office
Airline news

Ryanair to appeal EU state-aid ruling

The owners of European budget airline Ryanair (FR/RYR), Ryanair Holdings PLC, has said it plans to appeal the EU Commission’s ruling on state-aid to Air France and SAS. The case centres around state-aid given to Air France by the French Government and SAS by the Swedish Government in the form [read more]