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Flybmi: "Interested airlines" & # 39; in the Derry-London route

Legend City of Derry Airport is owned by Derry City and Strabane District Council The government said a deal allowing a new airline to take over the link between the airports of Derry City and London Stansted is expected to… Continue Reading →

Swedish student fined for demonstrating against plane against expulsion of Afghans

A Swedish student who broadcast his protest against the expulsion of an Afghan asylum seeker last year was found guilty of violating Swedish aviation laws and £ 250. Elin Ersson, 22, escaped a prison sentence in the Göteborg District Court,… Continue Reading →

Southwest Airlines faces an operational emergency

The weekend of President's Day has been tough for Southwest Airlines. Since Friday, the carrier has experienced more cancellations and delays than any other US airline. About 100 flights were canceled for maintenance reasons, as the airline struggled to cope… Continue Reading →

Travel Wise How to sit with your kids on a plane if you like

If you have not heard of the famous airline separation algorithm yet, here is what you need to know: this is a program that would keep families separated on the plane, encouraging parents to pay more for the allocation of… Continue Reading →

Airlines give customers a "non-binary" choice based on gender

February 18, 2019, 15:33 GMT By Associated Press DALLAS – Major US airlines have announced that they will soon modify their ticketing process to give passengers the opportunity to identify themselves as anything other than a man or a woman…. Continue Reading →

Mobile destination aircraft loses direction and lands safely after emergency response

Auburn University is going from the front with a $ 94.5 million culinary science center, which will include an educational boutique hotel and restaurant. The Tony and Libba Rane Center for Culinary Sciences is expected to open in 2021. The… Continue Reading →

Flybmi will not be the last failure of the airline, analysts say

Copyright of the image Getty Images Legend Flybmi will not be the last airline to collapse, analysts say In two short sentences, the announcement by Flybmi of its collapse summed up the difficulties of the airline industry: fuel costs, green… Continue Reading →

Airlines start removing change fees for new winter storm

Larry Bleiberg Special in the United States TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 8:28 am EST February 15, 2019 In our ever-connected and interconnected world, one of the most difficult things to find is a place to relax. "Our… Continue Reading →

Airlines waive change fees for new winter storm

Ben Mutzabaugh UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Published at 3:29 pm EST on February 18, 2019 Air travelers were disrupted this week by a new wave of winter conditions. A developing storm system is expected to spread a… Continue Reading →

Southwest Airlines Facing an Operational Emergency & # 39;

Presidents week has been tough for Southwest Airlines. Since Friday, the carrier has experienced more cancellations and delays than any other US airline. About 100 flights were canceled for maintenance reasons, as the airline struggled to cope with the unusually… Continue Reading →

A sexist video of American Airlines opens an investigation

The union representing American Airlines flight attendants calls for the opening of an investigation into a video that went viral during the weekend. The union said the video, which portrayed American Airlines employees in a burlesque routine, was "humiliating" towards… Continue Reading →

See the drone video from the Monmouth County Landfill

Dan Radel Asbury Park Press Published at 06:57 am EST February 18, 2019 TINTON FALLS – Monmouth County installed a misting system on Friday to control odors in the county's landfill. The odor complaints from the Monmouth County landfill rose… Continue Reading →

The Outlook from Tunisair clarifies itself during the restructuring exercise

Despite recent setbacks, the North African airline Tunisair remains cautiously optimistic about the expansion of the fleet and the growth of passengers, as the near-digit improvement in passenger numbers last year and a new government restructuring plan introduced in 2019… Continue Reading →

A helicopter transports missionaries from Alberta to the Port-au-Prince airport as aid workers find a way out of Haiti

A group of 24 missionaries from Alberta arrived safely at the Miami airport after leaving Haiti on Sunday afternoon. Working for the Haiti Arise humanitarian group, the missionaries were stranded for several days in their compound near Grand Goave, about… Continue Reading →

US military planes bring aid near Venezuela to boost support for Guaido

CUCUTA, Colombia – The US military on Saturday flown a large amount of relief supplies to a Colombian city on the Venezuelan border as part of an effort to undermine Socialist President Nicolas Maduro and support his rival in the… Continue Reading →

Lawmakers rebuff bid on head of UK Fights to Europe Post-Brexit

With only six weeks to go before the planned departure of the UK from the European Union, Europe has not yet reached an agreement on how air traffic should be regulated between its soon-to-be former Member State and the remaining… Continue Reading →

Venezuelan crisis: US planes carrying aid arrive in Colombia

Copyright of the image AFP Legend The first of several US military planes carrying humanitarian aid arrived in Cucuta on the Colombian border with Venezuela US military aircraft have delivered humanitarian aid to Venezuela in the border town of Cucuta,… Continue Reading →

Panic at Orlando Airport when a man alerts passengers at the security checkpoint

An unsuccessful attempt at security at Orlando International Airport on Saturday afternoon gave rise to information pointing to an active shooter. The false reports caused some panic at the airport and led to the closure of some security checkpoints at… Continue Reading →

US military aircraft from Florida land near the border with Venezuela

HOMESTEAD, Fla. – The US Air Force began Saturday to send tons of aid to a Colombian city on the Venezuelan border as part of an effort to undermine Socialist President Nicolas Maduro and support his rival in the United… Continue Reading →

An attempted security breach causes "chaos" at Orlando International Airport

ORLANDO, Fla. – A man is in custody after an attempted security breach at Orlando International Airport, according to officials from the Orlando Police Department. Just past noon Saturday, Ryan Mills attempted to enter the area of ​​the airport's western… Continue Reading →

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