Posted by Michael Phillips on 17/03/2020

Now Flying Airbus A330Neo

Luxury Airways is pleased to take Delivery of Its 1ST  Airbus A330-900Neo

 There are a Total of 3 Airbus A330-900 Neos  one in Belfast ( the one in the picture above)  the Other 2 are in Manchester and Heathow


We are looking at Schedules for these aircraft now so please check back


We have also ordered 3 of the Brand New A330-800NEO aircraft which are currently Planned for our livery to be applied and wil be in the skys in the near future of 2020. ( currently Aiming for around June/July Time  could be longer due to Covid-19)

Posted by Michael Phillips on 17/03/2020

Coronavirus – COVID 19

Following the outbreak of the Coronavirus, travel to alot of countries around the world have been Cancelled.

we have put a page up of all of the Countries that wiont allow us into due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

you can find information here >>  Coronavirus page here 

You can keep track of the spread here >>


This situation will remain under review and we will continue to provide regular updates.

Posted by Michael Phillips on 22/01/2020

737MAX Return To Service 2020

Boeing Has stated : As we have emphasized, the FAA and other global regulators will determine when the 737 MAX returns to service. However, in order to help our customers and suppliers plan their operations, we periodically provide them with our best estimate of when regulators will begin to authorize the ungrounding of the 737 MAX.

We are informing our customers and suppliers that we are currently estimating that the ungrounding of the 737 MAX will begin during mid-2020. This updated estimate is informed by our experience to date with the certification process. It is subject to our ongoing attempts to address known schedule risks and further developments that may arise in connection with the certification process. It also accounts for the rigorous scrutiny that regulatory authorities are rightly applying at every step of their review of the 737 MAX’s flight control system and the Joint Operations Evaluation Board process which determines pilot training requirements.

Returning the MAX safely to service is our number one priority, and we are confident that will happen. We acknowledge and regret the continued difficulties that the grounding of the 737 MAX has presented to our customers, our regulators, our suppliers, and the flying public. We will provide additional information about our efforts to safely return the 737 MAX to service in connection with our quarterly financial disclosures next week.


Source Here >>

Another source >>


Luxury Airways Pilots have agreed that they will Fly The 737MAX When the aircraft Finally Returns to Service  and Will Be Placing More Orders for the 737MAX 7,9 and 10Right now we are waiting to see when the aircraft will return to service and are keeping our fingers crossed that things go to plan.



Posted by Michael Phillips on 16/01/2020

UK Airlines Banned

UK airlines have now been banned from flying over Iranian and Iraqi airspace.


The ban means that airlines will now be forced to detour via other routes, with many expected to face longer journeys as result.

The announcement follows a similar ban issued by the US FAA earlier in the week.


The ban on UK airlines flying over Iran and Iraq airspace was issued by the Department for Transport today (January 10) as part of a NOTAM (Notice to Airmen).



Posted by Michael Phillips on 03/01/2020

Now Flying Airbus A350-1000

Luxury Airways is pleased to take Delivery of Its 1ST  Airbus A350-1000XWB


we still have orderes in for another 2 A350-1000s another 1 for Manchester and 1 for Belfast

She is Now Sitting at Heathrow Waiting for Her 1st flight