Airbus A330 vs. Boeing 777: How Do They Compare?

Airbus A330 vs. Boeing 777: How Do They Compare?

Airbus A330 and Boeing 777 are two of the most popular wide-body aircraft families in service today. They are both twins, airlines use them on flights of all durations – although primarily on medium- and long-haul flights, and they have been produced in similar numbers. In this article, I look at them side by side

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Airbus A330 vs. Boeing 777: How Do They Compare?

Airbus A330 vs. Boeing 777: How Do They Compare?

Airbus A330 and Boeing 777 are two of the most popular wide-body aircraft families in service today. They are both twins, airlines use them on flights of all durations – although primarily on medium- and long-haul flights, and they have been produced in similar numbers. In this article, I look at them side by side

Turboprops vs. Jets: A Guide to Their Differences and Similarities

Turboprops vs. Jets: A Guide to Their Differences and Similarities

While there are not as many turboprop types in production as there used to be in the past, aircraft like ATRs and Dash 8s are still quite popular among some airlines. In other cases, like for flights to short, unpaved runways, they are indispensable. In spite of that, many passengers try to avoid flying on

CSA Czech Airlines

From KLM to Iberia: The 11 Oldest Airlines in the World

While the wast majority of the airlines from the early days of aviation doesn’t exist anymore, some still do. In fact, you might be of the long history that some of the best known airlines like KLM and Delta have. In this article, I take a look at the eleven oldest airlines in the world

Turkish Airlines A321 Cabin

Review: Turkish Airlines A321 Economy Class from Istanbul to Vienna

Turkish Airlines remains one of the last airlines to offer true business class seats and economy class meals on short-haul flights within (or “to” depending on where you consider Turkey to be) Europe. While I flew on the airline’s flights from Istanbul to Vienna and Budapest numerous times in the past, this is my first

IGA Lounge Istanbul Snacks

Review: IGA Lounge at Istanbul Airport

In 2018, a new airport was opened in Istanbul and gradually, all of the passenger airline flights were transferred there from the older Ataturk airport. To provide comfort for eligible passengers, a couple of lounges including Turkish Airlines lounges were built at the airport. However, it wasn’t until late-2019 that one of the lounges at

Howard Johnson Incheon Airport Beds

Review: Howard Johnson by Wyndham Incheon Airport

If you have an early morning flight out of Incheon and are looking for a place to stay, picking one of the many hotels around Unseo station – just a couple of minutes away from the airport’s terminals – is one of your best options. One of those is the Howard Johnson by Wyndham Incheon

JAL 777-200ER Premium Economy Class

Review: JAL 777-200ER Economy Class from Tokyo Haneda to Seoul Gimpo

While I reviewed a JAL economy class flight from Tokyo to Seoul before, I still decided to write about this flight for two reasons. First, this time the flight was operated by a 777-200ER instead of a 767-300ER meaning the cabin was different. Second, I was lucky to be able to take the flight in

NASA DC-8 Cockpit

2019 in Review: Looking Back at My Highlights of Last Year

It’s hard to believe its January 2020 already – meaning its time for the fourth annual review of my avgeek activities. You can read the previous reports here: 2016, 2017, and 2018. Before continuing with the report itself, I’d like to thank you wish you all the best in 2020 and thank you for reading

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