First A330neo delivery for Uganda Airlines (Airbus/H.GOUSSE)
Civil Aviation

Uganda airlines launching Heathrow route with A330neo

Uganda Airlines (UR/UGD) has announced that it is launching its London Heathrow route as part of its network for its Airbus A330neo fleet. The Entebbe Airport based airline has taken delivery of two Airbus A330-800 aircraft which are currently being operations certification with the airline. In a statement on Twitter, [read more]

British Airways Airbus A380-800 G-XLEC (Image: Aviation Media Agency)
Civil Aviation

IAG calls for digital health passes

International Airlines Group (IAG), which owns British Airways, has called for the creation and use of Digital Health Passes in order to reopen the skies. The boss of IAG, Luis Gallego said that there needed to be a clear roadmap for easing travel restrictions and that included “international common testing [read more]

United Airlines Boeing 777 (File Image)
Civil Aviation

Pratt & Whitney powered 777s grounded

Boeing has recommended that any airline flying the Pratt & Whitney 4000-112 powered Boeing 777 should ground them pending an investigation into the United Airlines flight which suffered an uncontained engine failure on Saturday. United Airlines,  Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines all operate the type of [read more]

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

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]