Will there be First Class in a post-Covid world?

Sometime in 2019, I decided to write a book on luxury travel. Putting together my practical experiences and additional research I just needed a catchy title. After careful thought –

Boeing 737 Max 8: lessons from history

Boeing’s 737 Max 8 has been grounded for over seven weeks at the time of writing this article. This followed concerns over the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) fitted to

Book review – CVW: US Navy Carrier Air Wing Aircraft 1975-2015, Volume One

CVW: US Navy Carrier Air Wing Aircraft 1975-2015, Volume One by Mike Crutch. 325pp. Published by A9 Aviation. ISBN 978-0-906339-10-7. £9.99 (ebook) “It’s time to buzz the tower…” “Splash the

de Havilland Aircraft Museum review

Welcome to this de Havilland Aircraft Museum review. Dedicated to the history of one of Britain’s most significant aircraft manufacturers, this museum is a bit of a hidden gem containing

Heathrow Queen’s Building – part 2

Aviation is a fast-paced business. Airlines come and go, liveries change, aircraft types enter service – or are retired. Following on from my previous article on the Heathrow Queen’s Building,

Air France closing “difficult to understand” subsidiary Joon

British Airways retro jet and £100 flight offer

A visit to Oslo Gardermoen airport and the SAS Museum

Is Aer Lingus new livery copying its partners?

Zurich Airport observation deck – a day out