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Latest news: The TSA says that many of its workers are calling for joblessness

WASHINGTON (AP) – Latest news on partial government shutdown (local time): 13h The Senate's highest democrat predicts that the president's proposal to break the impasse of closure will not pass before the Senate. Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York said… Continue Reading →

Most flights to Albany Airport are delayed, canceled

Luggage trolleys from airlines are sitting on the tarmac as crews prepare to clear snow at the Albany International Airport in Colony, New York, on Sunday, January 20, 2019. Luggage trolleys from airlines are sitting on the tarmac as crews… Continue Reading →

ANALYSIS: Thai chair capacity is growing at a slower pace

Last year, total seat capacity for the major airlines in Thailand increased by 5.5%, with strong international growth offsetting a decline in domestic seats. The data from FlightGlobal schemes shows that Thailand's largest airlines generated 93 million seats in 2018,… Continue Reading →

Airport honoring Ilan and Assaf Ramon ready to take off

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Rona Ramon and Minister of Transport and Intelligence, Yisrael Katz, at Ilan Airport and Assaf Ramon, under construction in the Timna Valley. (photo credit: SIVAN FARAJ) X Dear reader, As you can imagine, more… Continue Reading →

PIA launches international flights from Sialkot International Airport

The national airline Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Sunday launched direct international passenger flights between Sialkot International Airport (SIAL) and Europe. PIA and SIAL jointly organized a launch ceremony at the airport under the presidency of the Minister of Aviation,… Continue Reading →

250 passengers stranded on board a plane in the cold Labrador for 16 hours

HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, NL – An end is finally in sight for passengers who spent 16 grueling hours in a plane stranded on a tarmac in the cold frigid Happy Valley-Goose Bay (T -No.) While a passenger was frustrated with… Continue Reading →

United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay leaves passengers stuck on board for 16 hours

United Flight 179 now has a parodic Twitter account documenting the saga. (Philip Earle / Twitter) A United Airlines plane baffled Saturday night at the Goose Bay, Labrador, airport resulted in a long stay on the tarmac, according to passengers… Continue Reading →

India puts new measures on Pratt-powered A320neos

Responding to a recent smoke incident in the cabin of an Indigo Airbus A320neo equipped with Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India on Thursday "took additional measures … for immediate compliance by Interglobe… Continue Reading →

Farnborough determines traffic information in 2018

One of London's most important business aviation gateways, TAG Farnborough Airport in Hampshire, England, experienced record movements in 2018. The annual total of 30,279 movements represented a year-on-year increase of 13.8 percent in 2017, and was also 8.2 percent higher… Continue Reading →

Storm: airlines already start their flights on Monday

Ben Mutzabaugh UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 9:52 am EST on January 20, 2019 UPDATE SUNDAY: It was a difficult holiday weekend for air travel. Airlines have canceled more than 4,100 flights to the United States… Continue Reading →

From Crayons to the web, Alerion Rolls Out Owner Portal

In 2006, when Bob Seidel, now CEO of Alerion, was new to the world of aircraft management, he sat down with the owner of a sports team in Boston. His then-owned company, Jet Aviation, managed an aircraft for the owner…. Continue Reading →

Winter affects Sunday morning flights to Bradley International Airport

Connecticut News WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WTNH) – To Bradley International AirportThe hardest route Sunday was the airport. Everything was either at the hour, or canceled because the airport was open and worked perfectly. The other airports had problems. Kevin Dillon… Continue Reading →

Search teams Restore CVR of Ill-fated Lion Air 737

Indonesian search teams recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the Lion Air Boeing 737 Max 8 that crashed into the Java Sea on 29 October, marking a major breakthrough in the investigation into the cause of the disaster that cost… Continue Reading →

Heathrow Drone: George Rusu accused of flying near the airport a few days after the chaos of Gatwick

A 38-year-old man was charged with flying a drone near Heathrow At the airport on Christmas Eve, just a few days after a Gatwick grounded more than 1000 flights. According to court documents, George Rusu reportedly used a drone on… Continue Reading →

NATCA takes over the case for traveling public and courts

The National Air Traffic Controllers Association continues its urgent appeal to end the partial abolition of the US government, now the longest in history, and this time with a flyer campaign for the general public at selected airports. Air traffic… Continue Reading →

Winter storm disrupting flights at South Florida airports

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Dozens of flights to and from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International and Miami International airports were canceled Sunday morning, while the north-east faces a winter gust of wind. Winter storm warnings and winter weather warnings were in… Continue Reading →

Industry Watcher: Bizjet shipments climb 10% in 2019

Business jet deliveries This could see more than a 10 percent jump from 2018, driven mainly by several new models that are coming on the market simultaneously, according to Brian Foley analyst Brian Foley. That would be around 705 jets… Continue Reading →

Indian army set to receive Apaches

The Indian military is looking forward to putting a series of helicopters into use, the six most appreciated of which are Boeing AH-64E Apache helicopters that are purchased as part of a follow-up order to the deal India signed for… Continue Reading →

The aerial ad offers discounts to Americans with Mexican DNA

A widely shared airline advertising on social media attacks the prejudices that many Americans feel towards Mexico, their southern neighbor. The two – minute commercial for Aeromexico shows Americans explaining how they would not consider traveling to Mexico, one of… Continue Reading →

Airbus breaks ground at A220 plant in USA

On Wednesday, Airbus broke a new assembly line for its A220 narrowbody in Mobile, Alabama, giving the company an even stronger position in the US, even when forces of protectionism and nationalism threaten to disrupt free trade. "When we did… Continue Reading →

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