January 13th, 2022 5:13 PM 0 COMMENTS

AirlineRatings Rates Pakistan International Airlines as the Worst Airline in the World

According to a survey conducted by AirlineRatings, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the country's national carrier, and a few other airlines have been named the worst airlines in the world in terms of safety. The ranking system assigns stars to airlines based on four criteria. AirlineRatings ranking gave the lowest one-star rating to PIA. In addition to Pakistan International Airlines, six other airlines have received a one-star safety rating -- Air... Read More

January 5th, 2022 10:30 PM 0 COMMENTS

Inflight Alcohol Practices Across Global Airlines

Alcohol during a flight trip has been a well-known practice worldwide for ages. Interestingly, there are also airlines that do not serve alcohol on board. Several airlines in the United States temporarily dismissed the practice on domestic flights due to the increasing number of bad passenger behaviours. Airlines from Islamic countries ban inflight alcohol as Islamic culture does not support alcohol consumption. Some of those carriers include Afriqiyah Airways, Kuwait... Read More

August 29th, 2020 2:04 AM 0 COMMENTS

Emirates Freight Operations To Be Targeted at Dubai International

The premier air carrier of UAE, Emirates is looked after well by the Dubai government. The airline is a subsidiary company of the Emirates Group which is owned by the government. It flies to most of the major international destinations and is considered to be one of the best and most premium airlines in the whole world. Much recently, though, the airline had to halt its commercial operations because of... Read More

July 17th, 2019 2:51 PM 0 COMMENTS

Pakistan Reopens Airspace Saving the Operating Cost for Indian Domestic Carriers

In a relief to passengers travelling to the west, Pakistan has opened the airspace after 140 days. The re-opening drops the travel times and reduces the operating expenses for the airlines. It is worth noting that after the closure of the Pakistani airspace, the flights had to be diverted to a different route which was costing the airlines more fuel. Pakistan closed the airspace after India’s strike on Balakot terror... Read More

October 15th, 2020 6:29 PM 0 COMMENTS

How Emirates SkyCargo Is Helping the Supply Chains and Farming Community Across the Markets During COVID-19

On the 2nd of October, when Emirates SkyCargo’s first freighter flight took off from Guadalajara, Mexico, the cargo hold contained several tonnes of avocadoes and other vegetables grown and harvested in Mexico and destined for supermarket shelves in Europe and the Middle East. In Kenya, Emirates’ 10 weekly flights in October 2020 from Nairobi airport transport, among other commodities, fresh fruits and vegetables such as green beans, pineapples, mangoes and avocadoes.... Read More

July 16th, 2020 5:58 AM 0 COMMENTS

Mumbai Airport Witnesses 15% Drop in Traffic

The traffic at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai witnesses a 15% reduction in its traffic, reports Hindustan Times. The airport that generally manages around 1000 aircraft movements daily, now sees a net reduction of 150 arrivals and departures. The primary reason for the reduction of traffic is the grounding of the aircraft by various airline service providers. There are also frequent cancellations of services, affecting passenger traffic. According to... Read More

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