British Airways to return to Gatwick Airport

British Airways is set to resume flights from London Gatwick, next weekend. British Airways will resume flights to London Gatwick Airport on July 18 as the airline continues the restart of its long- and short-haul flights. British Airways will resume routes to : Bridgetown, Barbados (BGI) Bermuda (BDA) St Lucia (UVF) Kingston (KIN) Antigua (ANU)

INCIDENT Four Spirit Airlines flight attendants were transported to hospital after landing at BWI Marshall Airport

Four flight attendants were evaluated at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshal Airport Friday morning after a Spirit Airlines flight reported a medical emergency. The Baltimore-bound flight 614 from Minneapolis-St. Paul landed safely at BWI following a report of a medical emergency. The BWI Marshall Airport Fire and Rescue Department responded to the report of possible sick individuals…

Finnair is increasing its traffic to 30 destinations

Finnish national carrier Finnair announced on Thursday that it is set to increase its traffic in July, as the Finnish government decided to lift travel restrictions for a raft of countries in and outside Europe. Finnair is increasing its traffic in July and serves more than 30 destinations in Europe and some Asian destinations, including…

34 PIA pilots licenses suspended by Civil Aviation Authority

Pakistan International Airlines 34 more pilots licenses’ were suspended by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for allegedly holding holding fake degrees. According to a notification issued by the aviation authority, licenses will remain suspended till the inquiry against the pilots has not been completed. Separately, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on Tuesday ordered…

ISS cameras capture breathtaking 4K footage of comet Neowise

Footage from onboard the ISS shows Comet Neowise soaring in space above the Earth’s horizon. A stunning video recorded from onboard the International Space Station (ISS) shows the comet Neowise streaking above Earth. The comet was only discovered on March 27 this year, but since then has been giving sky-gazers dazzling views. In the clip,…

Portugal to re-nationalises TAP Air Portugal

Portugal’s government has agreed to pay €55 million ($62 million) to increase its stake in TAP Air Portugal, the national airline, to prevent the carrier from going bankrupt. The government will own a 72.5% stake in the airline, up from the 50% stake it’s held since partially privatizing the airline in 2015. The Portuguese government…