Canaryfly suspends operations until 21st of March and quick analysis on current events in aviation

Spanish regional airline Canaryfly, which is based at Gran Canaria Airport (Gran Canaria is the largest island in the Canaries) in the Canaries, has announced that it will suspend all operations until the 21st of March due to low demand. The airline has a network of 6 routes, all within the Canary Islands and possesses […]

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Berlin Brandenburg Airport has opened

After decades of administrative blabber and construction problems, Berlin Brandenburg Airport finally opened on Saturday. 2 A320neos from Easyjet and Lufthansa received a water salute in front of Terminal 1. The 1st flight took place the next day to London Gatwick Airport, operated by Easyjet. Germany’s Federal Minister of Transport, Andreas Scheuer, announced at the […]

Must read 200th post: Berlin-Brandenburg’s Terminal 2 to remain closed at airport’s opening

Only 5 weeks away from Berlin-Brandenburg Airport’s opening, the airport’s operator, Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH (FBB), has announced that Berlin-Brandenburg’s Terminal 2 will remain closed until Summer 2021. This is due to the major decrease in number of passengers flying in and out of Germany. The airport will be inaugurated on the 31st of October […]

British Airways customer fighting for refund

A disabled British Airways passenger asking for a refund has declared that he feels “deflated and extremely upset” after a member of staff told him:”You chose vouchers – that’s all you’re getting.” Clive Millard, who has been one of British Airways’ lifelong customers, branded the airline’s reaction to his complaint as “a tragic decline in […]