Tag: passenger

  • Airbus 380

    The Airbus A380 is the world’s largest passenger airplane. The first flight of the Airbus A380 took place in France in April 2005, and its first commercial flight was made by Singapore Airlines on 25 October 2007, from Singapore to Australia. Because of the airplane’s enormous wingspan, before it could go into commercial service, some […]

  • Learjet 60

    The Bombardier Learjet 60 XR, as with all Learjets, is synonymous with luxury and class. The Learjet 60 XR is a mid-size jet that requires a crew of two and can cruise at an altitude of 41,000′. The eight-passenger airplane has a cabin large enough to stand up in and an aisle that runs for […]

  • KC-135 Stratotanker

    The KC-135 Stratotanker was first deployed in August 1956, and has been in operation since 1957. Though the KC-135 Stratotanker is mostly used to refuel planes in-flight, it can also transport cargo, perform reconnaissance work, or be used as an aerial command center. For medical emergencies, the Stratotanker can transport or evacuate patients. Above the […]

  • Toronto Pearson Intl Airport

    The Toronto Pearson International Airport, also known as the Lester B Pearson International Airport, was opened as the Malton Airport in 1939. It under went its first name change in 1960 when it was named the Toronto International Airport and its second name change was in 1984 to the Lester B. Pearson International Airport. The […]

  • Vancouver International Airport

    Vancouver International Airport is located approximately 15 kilometers outside of the city of Vancouver in Canada. Second to the Toronto Pearson International Airport, this Canadian airport is extremely busy and accommodates domestic traffic as well as flights to the United States, Caribbean, Asia and to Europe. Throughout the last few years, the traffic to this […]

  • Hong Kong International Airport

    Hong Kong International Airport, or the Hong Kong Airport, was established for commercial use in 1998, and is the heart of the transportation industry to East Asia, Southeast Asia and to the mainland of China. The Hong Kong Airport is operational twenty-four hours a day, and ranked fifth amongst the busiest commercial airports in the […]