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Hundreds of people blocked by the collapse of the British airline Flybmi

LONDON (AP) – Hundreds of passengers across Europe have been blocked by the brutal collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi. British Midland Regional Limited, which operates under the name Flybmi, has stated that its application for administration – a… Continue Reading →

The Saudi Crown Prince's plane lands at Nur Khan Air Base

As security and arrangements are strengthened in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, the Saudi Crown, Mohammad bin Salman, has arrived at Nur Khan Air Base Rawalpindi. Coming off the plane, the Crown Prince was warmly welcomed by Prime… Continue Reading →

US military plane ships 200 tons of aid to Venezuela border

The Trump administration is sending more than 200 tons of humanitarian aid to the United States. Venezuelan The border with Colombia was announced Saturday as soon as it would tighten pressure on the overthrown president, Nicolas Maduro, to give up… Continue Reading →

What plan will make Aviation Parkway a better means of transportation? The CNDOT is still trying to decide.

Relief for commuters crossing the center of Morrisville will be at least four years old. The city's Planning and Zoning Board received an update Thursday on the planned expansion of the Aviation Parkway between Highways 40 and 54, near the… Continue Reading →

What are all these buttons in the cockpit of the plane?

John Cox Special in the United States TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 4:03 pm EST on February 15, 2019 Question: In the cockpit, are all these buttons and controls really used or needed to fly the plane? –… Continue Reading →

Airlines will add an option for "non-binary" flyers

Ben Mutzabaugh UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 4:03 pm EST on February 15, 2019 US airlines are on track to add a new gender option for "non-binary" passengers. The effort comes as two major business groups… Continue Reading →

Airlines do not want you to use

(CNN) – Anyone who sold you this instant oatmeal, this multivitamin jar, this bar of soap, this perfume-free laundry detergent, this latest bestseller, your NASCAR tickets or all that Gwyneth Paltrow sells on his website will come after you to… Continue Reading →

The Endurance Antarctic wreck hunt ends after the expedition has lost an underwater drone in "bad conditions"

The Antarctic team is getting closer to the legendary sinking of Sir Ernest Shackleton The Endurance, the explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton's ship, has been lost for over 100 years in Antarctic ice. Now an ambitious expedition to locate the ship… Continue Reading →

Southwest puts 22 aircraft out of service on O-ring problem

NBC News learned Friday that nearly two dozen 737 Southwest Airlines put out for maintenance reasons were back in service. NBC News confirmed by government sources that the Dallas-based airline had shut down 22 of its Boeing 737s, convinced that… Continue Reading →

The 10 most expensive drones that a civilian can buy

While drones are exploding (not literally) in popularity, it is not surprising that the high end of the market has a ton of activity. We have ridable drones for billionaires, spies for the army, extra-whimsical drones for filmmakers and other… Continue Reading →

U.S. Airlines to Offer New Gender Options for Non-Binary Passengers

Air travelers who wish will soon be able to choose a gender option other than "man" or "woman" when buying their tickets. New "undisclosed" or "unspecified" options are designed to make it easier for travelers and airlines, as a growing… Continue Reading →

Alaska Air Will Appeal $ 78 Million Judgment on Virgin America Flight Attendant Compensation

This month, a US district court in California awarded $ 78 million to a class of about 1,800 flight attendants who alleged a violation of labor laws and wages in cities and then states. that they were working for Virgin… Continue Reading →

The plane carrying Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox makes an emergency landing: report

A private plane carrying Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox would have been forced to make an emergency landing on Friday, according to TMZ. (Getty) A private jet carrying Jennifer Aniston was forced to make a emergency landing Friday, according to… Continue Reading →

Alberta missionaries stranded by unrest in Haiti to be evacuated by helicopter Saturday

A group of Alberta missionaries stranded in Haiti by violent protests is now due to leave the country early Saturday morning. Working for the Haiti Arise group, the missionaries are stranded in a complex near Grand Goave, about 65 kilometers… Continue Reading →

Gun discoveries at Knoxville Airport, Memphis

Andrew Capps Knoxville News Sentinel Posted at 12:22 am EST February 15, 2019 New data from the Transportation Security Administration shows an increase in firearms found at Tennessee airports in 2018 compared to 2017, with a sharp rise in Memphis… Continue Reading →

ECSU and colleges sign aviation transfer pacts

Elizabeth City State University on Friday signed agreements with three community colleges to help students studying aviation at colleges to more easily integrate the ECSU's aviation science program. The joint articulation agreements concluded with Lenoir Community College, Sandhills Community College… Continue Reading →

Firefighters saving drivers stranded with drones

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Local drivers stranded in great difficulty are saved by drones. Heavy rains this week have caused the flooding of local rivers and streams and some drivers, such as the man driving a partially submerged vehicle on Kiefer… Continue Reading →

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

The gender option on airline sites will soon include choices such as "undisclosed" or "unspecified". There could also be the optional title of "Mx". DALLAS (AP) – Major US airlines say they will soon modify their ticketing process to give… Continue Reading →

Airbus chief condemns arms export bans in Germany

Germany risks undermining the articulation European defense projects with the blockade of its future arms exports to countries such as Saudi Arabia, said the head of Airbus in an interview published Saturday. Mr Enders warned that Britain, France and Spain,… Continue Reading →

Jet carrying Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and her friends lost the wheel and made an emergency landing

friends Co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox were in a private plane forced to land Friday at the Ontario International Airport in California, according to reports. The twin-engine Gulfstream G4 landed at the Southern California airport shortly after 14 hours…. Continue Reading →

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