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The Squawk Kats podcast is brought to you by two airline pilots who share a love and passion for all things aviation! Tune in as Meagen and Anjan explore the ever evolving world of flight.Squawk Kats is your one stop hub for news, events, analysis and an in-depth dive into the aviation industry. (Disclaimer: All opinions are purely personal & not affiliated with any company/airline/organization.)
 
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In episode 86 of the Simple Flying podcast, your hosts Jo and Tom are joined by deputy content manager Jay to discuss, An Embraer turboprop update The Boeing 707 auction is live Northern Pacific buys its first jets British Airways suspends short-haul at London Gatwick Jay looks back at our recent American Airlines webinar…
 
Air India and Air India Express have been sold to the Tata Group (Talace) finally!! Are the glorious days of Air India going to be replicated? How will Air India fit with Vistara and Air Asia India, in which the Tatas already have a significant stake? And with rivals like Akasa and Jet 2.0, what is the business plan for the new Air India? Please do…
 
This is a recording of the fourth episode of SkyHeroes - the aviation talkshow brought to you by AviaDev where 3 of our industry experts share their open opinions on hot aviation topics in a light way, sometimes controversial, sometimes not completely politically correct, sometimes also funny. But if we can still laugh, even in these difficult time…
 
This week, a Spirit Airlines Airbus A320 was faced with a bird strike, which resulted in an engine fire and a subsequent evacuation on the runway. While there were no casualties, passengers on this aircraft made a mistake. A mistake which has been made in the past, and has resulted in the loss of life. How to Correctly Evacuate An Aircraft is aimed…
 
My guest today was James Pearson, route development analyst at Simple Flying. James has dedicated most of his aviation career to route development so no wonder his name resonates with many members of this community and I´m sure a lot of you, our listeners know James very well, too. So we discussed route development from various angles, what makes J…
 
At the Airbus Summit 2021, the plane maker has detailed its upcoming hydrogen powered aircraft, which is likely to be a turboprop. It will feature significant advancements in its wing design, including the Wing of Tomorrow and the Extra Performing Wing. You can share your thoughts with us on Twitter (/KatsSquawk), and we are keen to know if you are…
 
In episode 85 of the Simple Flying podcast, your hosts Tom and Jo discuss, The last Etihad A350 flies to Abu Dhabi UK restrictions change and US travel ban lifted Lufthansa pulls its last Boeing 747 out of Twente Boeing's Commercial Market Outlook How SWISS is avoiding uneaten food going to waste
 
Breeze Airways will soon get its first Airbus A220-300, and has ordered 20 more of the type, British Airways commits to sustainable aviation with its Better World A320, and Air New Zealand and Airbus chart an MoU towards hydrogen aircraft for the next decade. You can reach us on Twitter (/KatsSquawk) for your suggestions and thought!…
 
With business travel, an important revenue source for airlines, non-existent, how are airlines adapting to this change in the environment? Virgin Atlantic, French Bee, Air Canada, Air France and Norwegian have started implementing changes towards the leisure flier, whereas start-up airlines like flyPop, Northern Pacific and Marianas Pacific are tak…
 
Airplane seats are filling up, but who is flying? Business travel, an important revenue source for airlines, is non-existent, and it looks like the pandemic has forever changed the way corporates travel. In Part 2 of this series, we learn about how the airline industry is adapting to this shift, and what the future of the industry looks like withou…
 
In episode 83 of the Simple Flying podcast, your hosts Jo and Tom discuss, How new low-cost Icelandic airline PLAY fared in its first months The highlights of Jo's chat with Etihad CEO Tony Douglas What's the latest with the Airbus A380 Helvetic flies an Embraer E2 into London City for the first time An interesting livery has rolled out at Tolouse…
 
Juan Gómez works as Insights Expert at ForwardKeys, a long term friends of AviaDev. Together with Juan we took a close look on tourism in Europe during summer 2021, which slowely but surely comes to its end. Juan identified the winners of the summer - those countries and destinations that performed very well and what made them so successful. I also…
 
In episode 81 of the Simple Flying podcast, your hosts Jo and tom discuss, Why Ryanair was branded evil An Envoy Air 'drone strike' (since confirmed to be a balloon by the FAA) Lufthansa's Afghanistan airlift Two SAS A320neos fly non-stop for 9+ hours Singapore begins allowing vaccinated visitors without quarantine…
 
Embraer wants to redefine regional flying with a brand new aircraft, the Embraer Turboprop, Eve mobility has big plans for EVTOL in Kenya, the Boeing 737 MAX is expected to re-start flying in China and flyPOP will offer low cost long haul flights between India and UK. As always, you can reach us via Twitter/KatsSquawk or email us: SquawkKats at gma…
 
In today´s episode we discuss with Arran Rice (CEO & Founder at Simple Flying), Joanna Bailey (Managing Editor at SimpleFlying) and Jon Howell (CEO & Founder at AviaDev) new online event: The Future Flying Forum. The event is brought to you by SimpleFlying and powered by AviaDev. Safely strapped into your own comfortable seat, we’ll follow the sun …
 
In episode 79 of the Simple Flying Podcast, your hosts Jo and Tom discuss, Qatar Airways has drama with the Airbus A350 Etihad sees some improvement in its H1 results Good and bad news for the Airbus A380 A look at Cathay Pacific's new Airbus A321neos A steampunk sculpture causes trouble in Frankfurt…
 
This is the second part of my discussion with Pete. In the previous episode we talked about his aviation journey, the transition process from a route development role at LCY to Managing Director position at NQY and about the once in a lifetime experience of organizing the arrivals and departures of various international delegations for the G7 summi…
 
The Airbus A350F (Airbus A350 Freighter) has just been confirmed, another airline modernizes its fleet with sustainable, fuel efficient aircraft, and finally where can AvGeeks go to unwind in 2022. All this and more in Episode 4! As always, you can reach us via Twitter/KatsSquawk or email us: SquawkKats at gmail dot com.…
 
Pete Downes is a managing director at Cornwall Airport Newquay. We´ve all had experienced interesting 18 months to say the least, but what Pete himself and together with his team at Newquay Airport went through is just fascinating. Our discussion was a bit longer than usually, so I decided we´ll split it into two episodes. So this is part one of th…
 
The past week has seen the launch of a new airline in Europe, who will operate an all Airbus fleet and fly only to leisure destinations, and two airlines are all set to fly the latest Airbus A220 in the coming weeks. One of these airlines will operate the longest A220 route in the world! We hope you like Episode 3, and if you have not, please do ch…
 
What are Boeing's plans for commercial aviation by 2030, and how Boeing and another startup are collaborating towards Air Taxis for the future urban commute, and finally, yes, this company will sell you your very own eVTOL aircraft very soon! Make sure to check out Episode 3 too, which is going live simultaneously, and as always, you can reach us t…
 
In episode 76 of the Simple Flying Podcast, your hosts Jo and Tom discuss, Malaysia Airlines puts its Airbus A380s on sale What went down at our recent Wizz Air webinar Scoot launches Athens to Berlin 787 flights Tailwind is to fly seaplanes from Boston to New York How much it costs to paint your own Ryanair 737…
 
In episode 74 of the Simple Flying Podcast, your hosts Tom and Jo are joined by Simple Flying’s lead journalist for North America, Jay Singh. Together we discuss, flypop signs a London Stansted deal 2 air crashes in the space of a week US airline capacity problems Air Belgium's A340 replacement What's in the future of United Airlines?…
 
In episode 73 of the Simple Flying Podcast, your hosts Jo and Tom discuss, United Airlines places the largest aircraft order in a decade The world's largest plane, the An-225, is back in the skies An interesting new Airbus A350 route from Singapore Airlines A look at Wideroe's summer plans Could Airbus test hydrogen technology on the A380?…
 
Our guest today is Juliana Kiraly, Marketing Manager Europe at Embraer. Juliana has already enjoyed many years at Embraer working on several different positions. In the interview we covered several interesting topics such as the recent certification of the Embraer E2-190 for steep approach at London City Airport, project of the new turboprop aircra…
 
In this interview with AviaDev Europe´s Managing Director Juraj Toth, Nick Ashton, Head of Partnerships and Industry Affairs at DOHOP shares his personal journey through which he developed true passion for creating partnerships and connections within the aviation world. Inevitably, he ended up at DOHOP where he can work even closer with various ind…
 
In episode 71 of the Simple Flying podcast, your hosts Jo and Tom discuss, American and Virgin jump into the air taxi market Lufthansa brings the 747 and A350 to short-haul markets Qatar stops taking deliveries of the A350 Biden travels to the UK on Air Force One United could be set for a fleet shakeup…
 
In episode 70 of the Simple Flying podcast, your hosts Jo and Tom discuss, Boeing and Alaska Airlines partner on the next ecoDemonstrator United sets its sights on supersonic flight Embraer's E190-E2 cleared to land at London City Air Force Two maks an unexpected stop Some airlines are now requiring crew vaccinations…
 
In episode 68, Jo sits down for a friendly chat with Jonny Clark, Founder and Editor of TheDesignAir, a well-known airline product and design news site. Jo and Jonny discuss: What’s exciting right now in terms of passenger experience? What will passenger experience be like on these long-haul narrowbody flights? How does the economy product on the l…
 
Ferenc Kis works as a business development director at RSK Group, an environmental consultancy firm from UK. Prior to that Ferenc spent 8 years at Budapest Airport developing and executing airport´s sustainability strategy as head of environmental protection. Naturally, we spoke about sustainability a lot, especially where it links to aviation and …
 
This time I spoke with Becca Rowland, partner at MIDAS Aviation, which is the engine behind AviaDev Consult a boutique consultancy we created together. The team at MIDAS Aviation recently prepared a report which is titled No Blue Skies. What Becca and her colleagues are saying is that the demand for air travel is not likely to pick up until the sec…
 
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