Boeing has completed the final configuration of the 777-9, the first aircraft of the 777X family, as has said the US aircraft manufacturer.
The model will become "the largest and most efficient twin-engine aircraft in the world," according to Boeing, with fuel consumption 12% lower and operating costs reduced by 10% compared with the competition.
Vueling will increase by 35% its offer in Ibiza and Valencia, and by 23% in Alicante on next winter season. Specifically, in Ibiza 254.048 seats will go on sale for a total of nine routes to Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid, Malaga, Paris-Orly, Seville and Valencia, after adding five new bonds.
Turkish Airlines has announced a new route between Venice and Istanbul Ataturk Airport, which added to the existing 24 weekly flights, makes a total of 31 operations per week between the two destinations, according to the airlines.
Monarch Airlines expands routes between Israel and London with two new connections between the airports of Ovda and Tel Aviv in Israel and Luton Airport in London, as has reported the airline in a statement.
Emirates Airlines will launch a new nonstop flight from Dubai to Panama City which will be the longest in the world, with a record time of 17 hours and 35 minutes in a westbound route.
LATAM Airlines Group is opening this year new routes and increasing frequencies on some existing routes to expand the connection options from Europe to South America, in line with its strategy to strengthen the air connectivity in its international markets.
Thus, TAM will launch its direct flights between Barcelona and Sao Paulo and LAN will link Milan and Santiago de Chile, via Brazil, in addition to increasing flights on trunk routes.
Airbus has registered a patent for a revolutionary aircraft that could fly more than 5,500 kilometers per hour, a rate 4.5 times faster than the sound, and cover the Madrid-Mexico D.F route in about three hours.
Royal Air Maroc will operate three times a week between Rabat and Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez Airport from October 26th, as has reported the company in a statement.
The train drivers' union, Semaf, has called four days of strike in Renfe on 4th, 11th, 14th and 15th of September, according to the organization.