What would our world be without international aviation? Airlines connect countries and continents with each other every day.

The section “International” deals with pretty much all events that happen outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, in the aviation industry. From bulk orders to new routes to new airports, everything can be found here.

Tip: News from the military aviation can be found here and to Tourism go to this link.

What would our world be without international aviation? Airlines connect countries and continents with each other every day.

The section “International” deals with pretty much all events that happen outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, in the aviation industry. From bulk orders to new routes to new airports, everything can be found here.

Tip: News from the military aviation can be found here and to Tourism go to this link.

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Volotea fleets five ex-Air-Asia-A320

The Spanish low-cost airline Volotea has been fleeing used Airbus A320s since this year. A total of 15 copies have been secured. But it doesn't stop there, because five more were organized, which had previously been at Air Asia

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KLM introduces Covid-19 check

Checking the Corona travel documents required for entry is now part of a flight like the recurring security check - there is (almost) no way around it. KLM customers can check their documents so that nothing really goes wrong

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IAG remains deep in the red

The International Airlines Group, which includes Iberia and British Airways, posted a loss of 981 million euros in the second quarter of the current financial year. The group announced this on Friday.

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Saffron hopes for the beginning of a recovery

Airbus and Boeing have recently been able to take small steps forward and celebrate successes. The French engine manufacturer and technology group, however, still has to hope for better times. Sales for the first six months fell compared to

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Lundgren: Easyjet has no A321XLR plans

The low-cost airline Easyjet has no plans to enter the long-haul business. Accordingly, the A321LR / XLR samples are not of interest to the carrier. Company boss Johan Lundgren made this clear during a webinar by Simple Flying. The orange-colored lowcoster entertains

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