Eurowings to replace Ryanair at Düsseldorf Airport after the Irish airline closed headquarters in Düsseldorf

Eurowings will replace about 95 percent of the program offered by Ryanair at Dusseldorf Airport after the Irish Ryanair closed its headquarters in Dusseldorf amid the coronavirus pandemic. The German airline Eurowings has decided to increase flight from Dusseldorf to Mallorca, Ibiza, Tenerife, Malaga, Alicante Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, and Faro in days to come. The…

ALERT 10,000 British Airways employees facing redundancies amid coronavirus pandemic

British Airways’ chief executive Alex Cruz said today that the airline is still facing the loss of some 10,000 workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. Executive Cruz informed about these redundancies before participating in the Parliamentary Transport Committee meeting. British Airways and its owner, International Airlines Group, firstly informed major restructuring of staff in April, after…

Australian budget airline Tigerair officially ceases operation after 13 years of service

Australian budget airline Tigerair has officially ceased operation after parent company Virgin Australia decided to close the carrier amid coronavirus pressures. Tigerair confirmed the closure after the airline emailed customers overnight. In a statement, the airline said: “There is no denying these are tough times for everyone in the travel and tourism industry. “And sadly,…

BREAKING Lufthansa is considering to retire it’s entire Airbus A380 and Boeing 747-400 fleet

Lufthansa is reportedly planning to retire all of its remaining Airbus A380s and Boeing 747-400s along with some older Airbus A340-600s. This information came from people familiar with the matter. Currently, Lufthansa Group has eight A380-800s, 43 A340s, and eight 747-400s in its fleet. However, the majority of these four-engined planes are already temporarily parked…

Airbus redesigns A350 cockpit control panel because pilots keep spilling their coffee

Airbus has redesigned an entire control panel for its Airbus A350 aircraft recently following reports of engine failures caused after the pilots spilled beverages, especially coffee. Two Airbus A350-900s experienced single-engine shutdowns because of spilled coffee on the control panel in the last eight months. The engines start switch and some electronic aircraft monitoring systems…