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Emirates launches world’s longest regular non-stop flight from Dubai to Panama

The Emirates Boeing 777-200LR’s will cover a distance of approximately 8,580 miles carrying 256 passengers, eight in First Class, 42 in Business, and 216 in EconomyEmirates
Dubai-based Emirates have announced it will begin operating the world’s longest non-stop regular flight path. The daily direct service from Dubai, in the UAE, and Panama City, on the Pacific Coast of Central America is set to begin on 1 February, 2016.

The new route will take an incredible 17 hours and 35 minutes heading west over North Africa and the Atlantic Ocean. The Boeing 777-200LR aircraft will cover a distance of approximately 8,580 miles (13,800 kilometres) carrying 256 passengers, eight in first class, 42 in business, and 216 in economy.
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The flight will take the crown of longest non-stop regular flight in the world away from the Qantas Airways service between Sydney and Dallas, which takes 16 hours and 55 minutes covering a distance of 8,578 miles (13,804 kilometres). Last year, Singapore Airlines ended its non-stop flights from Singapore to New York, a 19-hour marathon that covered 10,377 miles (16,700 kilometres) on a four-engine Airbus A340-500.

Emirates also plan to launch a Auckland to Dubai route with an estimated flight time of 17 hours and 15 minutes approximately 8,800 miles (14,162 kilometres) on 1 March. But both will pale into insignificance to plans by Qatar Airways to launch a non-stop route between Doha and Auckland. Should the new route go ahead, the 9,034 mile (14,538 kilometres) journey will take an estimated 18 hours and 34 minutes.

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Inside the Emirates Boeing 777-200LR aircraft that will cross North Africa and the AtlanticEmirates
The Dubai–Panama route plans to carry up to 15 tons of cargo transporting key imports to Panama, including pharmaceuticals, machine products and electronics. The first flight, Emirates EK251, will depart Dubai at 8.05am and arrive in Panama City at 4.40pm daily. And the return flight, EK252, will leave Panama City at 10.10pm, arriving in Dubai at 11.55pm the next day.
Panama Vice President Isabel Saint Malo de Alvarado, said: “New doors to the country will open with a direct connection to the Middle East, a strong and thriving region with great synergies to both Panama and Latin America.”

His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline & Group, added: “Panama City will be our first destination gateway in Central America, providing a convenient option for our passengers travelling from or through our global hub in Dubai and onward to destinations throughout Central America, the Caribbean and the northern part of South America.”


source : International Business time 

The safest Airlines for 2016

Following Airlines rating , please find below the safest Airlines for this new year starting !, the world’s only safety and product rating website, which was launched in June 2013, has announced its top twenty safest airlines and top ten safest low cost airlines for 2016 from the 407 it monitors.

Top of the list for the third year is Australia’s Qantas, which has a fatality free record in the jet era – an extraordinary record. Making up the remainder of the top twenty in alphabetical order are: Air New Zealand, Alaska Airlines, All Nippon Airlines, American Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, EVA Air, Finnair, Hawaiian Airlines, Japan Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airline System, Singapore Airlines, Swiss, United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Australia.’s rating system takes into account a range of factors related to audits from aviation’s governing bodies and lead associations as well as government audits and the airline’s fatality record.’s editorial team, one of the world’s most awarded and experienced, also examined each airline’s operational history, incident records and operational excellence to arrive at its top twenty safest airlines.

The top twenty have always been at the forefront of safety innovation and launching of new aircraft and these airlines have become a byword for excellence. Responding to public interest, the editors also identified their top ten safest low cost airlines.

They are in alphabetical order: Aer Lingus, Flybe, HK Express, Jetblue, Jetstar AustraliaThomas Cook, TUI Fly, Virgin AmericaVolaris and Westjet.

Unlike a number of low cost carriers, these airlines have all passed the stringent International Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) and have excellent safety records.
Of the 407 airlines surveyed, 148 have the top seven-star safety ranking but almost 50 have just three stars or less. There are 10 airlines with only one star and these airlines are from Indonesia, Nepal and Surinam.

In selecting Qantas as the world’s safest airline editors noted that over its 95-year history the world’s oldest continuously operating airline has amassed an extraordinary record of firsts in operations and safety and is now accepted as the industry’s most experienced carrier.

The Australian airline has been a leader in: the development of the Future Air Navigation System; the Flight Data Recorder to monitor plane and later crew performance; automatic landings using Global Navigation Satellite System as well as precision approaches around mountains in cloud using RNP. Qantas was the lead airline with real time monitoring of its engines across its fleet using satellite communications, which has enabled the airline to detect problems before they become a major safety issue.
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Last year was a disturbing year for airline safety with some tragic and bizarre accidents such as the high profile GermanWings and Metrojet disasters. However according to data, the 16 accidents in 2015 with 560 fatalities were below the 10-year average of 31 accidents and 714 fatalities. Last year was also a significant improvement over 2014 when there were 21 fatal accidents with 986 fatalities.

Balancing these numbers the world’s airlines carried a record 3.6 billion passengers on 34 million flights in 2015.

Flashback 50 years and there were a staggering 87 crashes killing 1,597 when airlines carried only 141 million passengers – 5 per cent of today’s number.






Kevelair America is born in Panama


Kevelair is pleased to announce the opening of a new office on the Panama America Kevelair

Indeed Kevelair America is a public limited company under Panamanian law that will be charged to manage American customers and develop new sources of chartering the region; first part of the operation will be dedicated to renting private jets for business or leisure flights to the Caribbean or other neighboring countries and, through agreements with well established private airlines.

The second part of the operation will be dedicated to renting equipment online charter flights, or for occasional flights (conferences or sports travel) but also for a series of flights from the Usa and Canada for winter flights “sun”.

Aircraft rental from company to company (ACMI / wet lease) will also be part of the development sources for Kevelair America since the company will represent from late November, two regional companies by leveraging the capabilities of their programs and providing additional capacity on busy periods.

Finally, Panama, which is now recognized as the country where people are the happiest, is a major tourist destination for years to come:

* Tocumen International Airport is changing and is becoming one of the most important Latin American hubs including the Copa Airlines also increased frequencies to Europe with Iberia, Air France and Klm.

* Panama City has more than 2 international airports that make connections to local and international.

* Hotel supply is very important and the largest chains of hotels already offer very upscale for conferences, conventions and leisure.

* Nightlife, casinos and nightclubs abound in this very modern city and the old town of Casco Viejo and many great restaurants have settled.

* The Canal, the beaches of the Pacific or the Caribbean coast, the nature of shipments as the Anton Valley or Boquete, the archipelago of San Blas or Bocas del Toro are arguments to organize quality traveling about the country .

Kevelair America and will have most of a role receptive to Panama and will operate as DMC on behalf of its clients. The company has partnered with a local tour operator recognized across the continent, including high net worth clients range North American.

Our offices are located on Panama City and we will give you more information about or

nb: Kevelair America is an independent company Kevelair


Partnership Le Castellet Airport and Kevelair

Discover Castellet Airport, the various services offered

Located right next to the Paul Ricard circuit, the airport offers a variety of premium services for hosting business meetings, private jets or executive flights but also charter flights for car launch projects or any other charter to aircraft destination: lounge, Fbo, hotels, and multiple services for you to enjoy your trip