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Cathay Pacific's first half net profit rises to $44.7 million, will retire its Airbus A340s by the end of 2017

Cathay Pacific Airways (Hong Kong) reported a first half net profit of HK $347 million ($44.7 million), up from a net income of HK $24 million ($3.1 million) in the same period a year ago. 1,212 more words


Aviation Sunday | Sky team theme A340 from China Eastern Airlines

Here are some pics I took on last Sunday. Went there for B-6053 (Sky team theme A340 from China Eastern Airlines) and I got it, haha! 63 more words


Emirates arrives in Abuja, Nigeria, its 144th destination

Emirates (Dubai) add Abuja, Nigeria on August 1. Abuja is Emirates 26th destination in Africa and its 144th worldwide.

Emirates flight EK 785 landed at Abuja’s Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport on August 1, marking the start of the airline’s daily service to its second destination in Nigeria. 129 more words


Iberia to add Airbus A330-200s and A350-900s to replace the A340s

Iberia (Iberia) will be getting new additional long-range aircraft to replace its older Airbus A340s. Parent IAG has made this announcement:

International Airlines Group (IAG) is converting eight Airbus A350-900 aircraft options into firm orders and securing eight A330-200 aircraft for Iberia. 178 more words


South African A340-300 - Turbulence Injures 28

A South African Airlines Airbus A340-300 conducting flight SA286 from Johannesburg to Hong Kong experienced severe turbulence that led to 28 people onboard getting injured. 25 of the passengers were injured and 2 of those passengers received serious injuries, one suffered an injury to their neck. 18 more words


UTair Aviation 767-300 NEAR MISS? GO AROUND at Barcelona-El Prat

Yesterday, early in the morning…What you see is what happened.

An UTair Boeing 767-300 (VQ-BSX) incoming from Moscow as UT5187 and Aerolíneas Argentinas Airbus A340-300 (LV-FPV) were involved into what could be the bigger disaster of Barcelona Airport. 89 more words


South African and JetBlue Airways begin code sharing on the Washington Dulles-Dakar, Senegal route

South African Airways (SAA) (Johannesburg) and JetBlue Airways (New York) have begun code share operations on SAA’s flights between Washington, DC-Dulles Airport and Dakar, Senegal. 104 more words