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Today in Aviation: Oasis Hong Kong Ceases Operations

Today in Aviation, long-haul carrier Oasis Hong Kong Airlines (O8) ceased operations in 2008. The final flight was from Vancouver (YVR) to Hong Kong (HKG).

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Today in Aviation: Alitalia’s ‘Baci Perugina’ Boeing 747

Today in Aviation, Alitalia (AZ) unveiled its 'Baci Perugina' Boeing 747-200GE at Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) in the year 1997.

Finavia Airports Boast Post-pandemic Summer Recovery

Finavia airports will offer direct flights to more than 130 destinations this summer, with Helsinki Airport (HEL) offering 200 flights a day.

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Launches Seven New Routes

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi (5W) adds new destinations to its Abu Dhabi (AUH) flight schedule, including Budapest, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, and Vienna.

Viva Air Cleared to Fly Buenos Aires Route

Argentina's National Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC) has given Colombian Viva Air (VH) permission to begin scheduled service to the country.
TUIfly Belgium Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner registered as OO-JDL. Photo: Alberto Cucini / Airways

TUI fly Belgium Returns to Miami, Royal Air Maroc to Follow

TUI fly Belgium (TB) began flying from Brussels Airport (BRU) to Miami International Airport (MIA) for the first time since the pandemic.

Today in Aviation: Air California is Rebranded Air Cal

Today in Aviation, Orange County's John Wayne Airport (SNA)-based Air California (OC) was rebranded as Air Cal in 1981.

JetBlue Submits Proposal to Acquire Spirit Airlines

JetBlue (B6) has submitted a proposal to Spirit Airlines' (NK) board of directors to buy the yellow carrier for US$33 per share in cash.

JetBlue Announces Boston to London Flights

JetBlue (B6) announced flights between Boston (BOS) and London (LGW, LHR) as it aims to continue disrupting a highly competitive market.

PLAY Becomes Liverpool’s Newest International Link

Icelandic low-cost airline, PLAY (OG) is Liverpool John Lennon Airport's (LPL) newest partner, connecting the city to Reykjavik and the US.

A Tribute to Aviation Pioneer Edward R. Beauvais

From Frontier Airlines to America West Airlines, Edward Raymond Beauvais' tenure in civil aviation in the US is the stuff of legends.

Squawking 7500: Handling a Hijacked Aircraft

A plane hijacking is a situation that no airport station manager wishes to encounter, but he or she has to know how to control the crisis.

Eurowings Takes Delivery of First A320neo

German low-cost carrier Eurowings (EW) has received its first Airbus A320neo aircraft equipped with the new Airspace cabin design.

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