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Qantas Regional Flight Grounded After Incident with Parked Plane [VIDEO]

By Kenneth Holland / October 5, 2016

A runway incident at Paraburdoo Airport in Western Australia grounded a QantasLink regional flight after the plane possibly clipped another aircraft on the runway tarmac. QantasLink flight QF1837 was due to depart Paraburdoo for Perth at 4pm. As the Boeing 717 taxied along the runway about 4.30pm it came too close to a Network Aviation […]


Cathay Pacific Terminates Use of Boeing 747s [VIDEO]

By Kenneth Holland / October 3, 2016

On Saturday, Cathay Pacific was the latest carrier to bid farewell to the iconic Boeing 747, with Flight CX543, from Tokyo to Hong Kong, being its last passenger revenue flight. Staff lined up alongside B-HUJ as it prepared for departure, marking the end of an era that began on August 4 1976 when Cathay’s first […]


Cathay Pacific to Squeeze Passengers 10-Abreast in its Boeing 777 Jets

By Kenneth Holland / October 2, 2016

Cathay Pacific is joining a growing list of carriers squeezing in as many seats as it can in to its long-haul jet routes. Cathay Pacific will move to the much disliked 10-abreast economy seating from the standard, spacious nine-abreast in plans revealed to the South China Morning Post by the airline’s chief executive. Chief executive […]