Emirates aircraft Airbus A380, lwill operate 4 daily flights Spain-Dubai Emirates 

Emirates will use the Airbus A380 for a one-hour flight

The largest commercial plane in the world will make a route of only 400 kilometers between Dubai and Muscat. Emirates announced the incorporation of the huge Airbus A380 in one of the frequencies operating between the Dubai International Airport (DXB), in the United Arab Emirates and the Muscat International Airport (MCT), in neighboring Oman. The aircraft will replace the Boeing 777-300ER that currently operates that frequency from next July 1. The new aircraft is configured with 429 Economy Class seats on the lower deck, 76 Executive Class flat bed seats…

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Plvdiv Airport Bulgaria Plovdiv Airport 

Postponed concession contract of Plovdiv Airport for a month

The consortium chosen as a concessionaire plans millionaire works and consolidate the airport in Bulgaria as a cargo center. The Bulgarian Council of Ministers made the decision to postpone for one month the signing of the concession contract for Plovdiv Airport (PDV), which was left to a consortium between Hainan Group and Plovdiv Airport Invest, based in the Netherlands. The choice of the concessionaire was made last March and the contract was expected to be signed before June 15, but at the request of the Chinese investors that make up…

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Perth Airport Australia Perth Airport 

Perth Airport: The third runway could affect thousands of neighbors with noise

The opening of a third runway in the coming years will affect several suburbs of the Australian city. The Perth International Airport (PER), in Australia, plans the construction of a third runway and has generated controversy among the neighbors, who could be affected by noise. The suburbs located east and south-southeast of the airport are the most likely to suffer some type of noise coming from the aircraft. Among those most affected are Forrestfield, High Wycombe, South Guildford and Wattle Grove, which could register up to 200 extra noise events per…

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The Japanese Skymark Airlines will add international destinations in 2019

The island of Saipan and the Republic of Palau are already on the list. Skymark Airlines is a Japanese low cost airline. To date, it only operates domestic flights in the Asian country. Some financial problems, coming from the majority of having placed an order for Airbus A380 aircraft for future international routes, led the airline to file an application for bankruptcy protection in 2015. Now, with a better financial situation, Skymark Airlines ventures to new horizons and announced its first international destinations: Saipan and Palau. Saipan is part of…

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