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Delta Air Lines to purchase up to 130 737 Max 10s

Boeing and Delta Air Lines have announced that the carrier is to modernise it’s single-aisle fleet with 100 efficient 737 Max aircraft to meet both demand as well the carrier’s sustainability goals. At the signing ceremony at the Farnborough International Airshow, the companies said Delta is ordering 100 737 Max-10 [read more]


Embraer and Raízen go green with Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Following the Embraer E195-E2’s sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) test flight with one engine running on SAF, the Brazillian manufacturer has signed a Letter of Intent with Brazillian energy company Raízen to further develop the technology. This helps to further advance both companies sustainability commitments as well as benefiting the air [read more]


In Pictures: Teesside Airshow 2022

11th June 2022 saw the return of Teesside Airshow to Teesside International Airport. Over 20,000 people attended the sold out event to watch the Red Arrows perform their display routine over the skies of the North East. UKAviation.news was on ground that day to capture how the day unfolded. Images [read more]


Teesside gets a taste of Top Gun

Teesside Airshow returned for the 2022 airshow season after a five year absence since the cancellation of the 2018 show. Over 20,000 people attended the sought-after event, as it is scheduled to be the only airshow in the North East after the cancellation of the Sunderland Airshow by Sunderland City [read more]


How to care for your Jumbo Jet

So you’ve done it. Well done. You’ve gone ahead, raised your £300k and somehow convinced an airline to sell you one of their retired 747s. Now what. Where do you put it? It’s not exactly small enough to fit in your backyard like that Harrier you bought on eBay or [read more]

Emirates Boeing 777 (Image: Aviation Wales)

Emirates increasing UK services and A380 use

Following the establishment of the UK-UAE air corridor, Emirates has announced an increase in services on it’s UK routes to Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow. Services to Heathrow will now be fully operated by the Airbus A380 aircraft four times a day from 27 November and six times a week [read more]


Newcastle Airport operating with restricted hours

Throughout the second lockdown, Newcastle Airport has announced that they’ll be keeping scheduled flights running for passengers who are exempt from the current travel restrictions. The airport is currently operating with the following restricted hours until the 3rd of December. Monday – Friday: 0555 – 1200 | 1630 – 2230Saturday [read more]