Aviation News

February 5, 2009

Delta to Begin A330 Service on JFK-Athens (ATH) and JFK-Venice (VCE)

Delta Air Lines introduces their newly acquired (via their merger with Northwest) Airbus A330 aircraft on June 1st, serving Athens, Greece (ATH) and Venice, Italy (VCE) from JFK.



About the Author

admin





 
 

 

Brussels Airlines Showcases their Boutique Hotel in the Sky

Brussels Airlines showcased their "Boutique Hotel in the Sky" at JFK recently. NYCAviation was on hand to get a glimpse of their new inflight product.
by Eric Dunetz
0

 
 

What’s Happening At The 2019 Paris Air Show (Updated 3X)

The 2019 edition of the Paris Air Show is happening this week. The biennial show is traditionally a place where new aircraft are launched and new orders flow in. Follow along here all this week as we recap each day’s happ...
by Ben Granucci
2

 

 

Finnair Celebrates 50 Years in New York

Finnair recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of their Helsinki - New York route.
by Eric Dunetz
0

 
 

Joining the ‘First Flyer’s Club’ Aboard Delta Air Lines A220

The Airbus A220-100 entered service with Delta AIr Lines on February 7th. NYCAviation was onboard the first flights and we share our thoughts.
by Ben Granucci
0

 
 

The Refreshed Aer Lingus Livery: Teal Is The New Green

Aer Lingus revealed a new livery last week. We take a look at the changes and share our thoughts on the new look.
by Ben Granucci
0

 




  • yes its going to be faster and now there is going to be television in back of each seat finally!!!!!! i got to greece every year but i thing they should use the boeing 777-200

  • yes its going to be faster and now there is going to be television in back of each seat finally!!!!!! i got to greece every year but i thing they should use the boeing 777-200