On March 15th started the rush to bring our teams back to their countries. While they were teaching in Asia, in Russia, everything has been interrupted in order to go back home. Flights cancelled one after the others, remaining flights fully booked, routes no longer operated by airlines… a real puzzle to keep everybody safe and home. But here we are.8 months later, one instructor finally went
For the first time in USA, Magellan’ instructors landed in Honolulu for both T1 and T2 courses on behalf of ATR. They found there a very friendly operational team and very hard-working trainees. Hawaiian Airlines, through its regional subsidiary Ohana, received its third ATR 72-200F for cargo operations. Read more here
Qatar Airways is planning to phase out all its A330-200s and A330-300s within the next three years. The carrier is planning to replace the A330 family aircraft with A350s. According to the ch-aviation fleets module, Qatar Airways currently operates seven A330-200s and thirteen -300s. The family is 13 years old on average. The -200s have accumulated between 10,939 and 15,021 flight cycles, while the -300s have already
Montreal-based Air Transat took delivery of its first of 15 Airbus A321LRs as part of a fleet renewal that will see the leisure carrier convert to an all-Airbus fleet by 2022. The Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-powered narrowbodies come equipped with an entirely redesigned two-class, 199-seat cabin, with 187 seats in economy and 12 premium seats. The aircraft marks delivery of the fourth of Airbus’s long-range A321neos. Air
As 2018 is coming to the end, we would like to celebrate our 10th anniversary! So much energy, some fails but so many successes. My small company is still operating and growing, 10 years after its creation, in this huge Aviation World. I am grateful and proud to say thank you to my teams. See you in 2028! Alexandre Loukakos, CEO of Magellan Aviation Services Inc.
Magellan has dispatched, for the first time in Maldives, one of its ATR Maintenance instructors, left from Toulouse to be based in Malé island a few days ago. But the next 7 weeks will not be dedicated neither relaxing nor enjoying white sand beaches and turquoise waters. Upon arrival, he has been welcomed by a very motivated, nice and competent staff, within a airline determinated in leading