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THAI and Airbus strikes a deal


Earlier this month, Thai government’s plan to make Thailand a fully fledged aviation hub in Asia-Pacific, made a significant leap …

A380 - Lufthansa is trying to make a wow 


From October this year to March 2018, Lufthansa will increase their daily capacity on their Frankfurt - Bangkok route with 35%, …

A380 - Smaller staircases in the future?


The grand staircase on board the A380 has since the start of the production been echoing the age of the superliners at sea, but …

Always the fault of tourists...


I do not understand why a country which is completely dependent on tourists to visit again and again, continously chooses to blame …

Bristol on the travel map for a special reason


Back in February this year, Alpha Foxtrot made it’s final move - under tow - across a runway at Bristol Filton airport, and ended …

The law is not equal for everybody


This may be a Norwegian-related thing that doesn’t belong anywhere on this bLOG, but I still feel it’s important to point out something …

Kongens gate in Trondheim


Going home from another nightwatch yesterday morning I caught this mobilephone image at Kongens Gate (the King’s street) in Trondheim. …

When Thai Airways retired their last A300


Some years ago already, Thai Airways retired their fleet of A300. Few airlines are still using this aircraft and selling them off …

Kalitta Air at Stockholm Arlanda airport


Similarly to previous bLOG entry, here is another aircraft photographed at Stockholm Arlanda airport. This aircraft is a Boeing …

Swiss Air A321-100 at Stockholm Arlanda airport


With the aviation interest at an all time high, my available moments are for the most part spent studying every aspect of the industry. …

Værnes Airport


So my dear readers, I’m back again in Norway after having made yet another long treck to my dear Thailand, and you can rest assured …

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