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The & # 39; war & # 39; fictional Netanyahu, a video leak, a broken plane and a diplomatic snafu

The accident at the airport that caused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plane to fly to Warsaw was the finishing touch of a three-day trip that included a false declaration of war, a video leak and an attack. diplomatic relations with… Continue Reading →

In Shutdown & # 39; s Wake, Industry unites with the FAA financing bill

A bill to protect the FAA against future shutdowns of the government is to pick up support and has an industry "galvanized", once sharply divided over the financing of the air traffic control organization, the leaders of the industry agreed…. Continue Reading →

OEM & # 39; s, MRO & # 39; s respond to Mobile Scheduled Mx Demand

Cessna Aircraft Co. launched a dozen years ago. its first mobile service unit (MSU) to offer emergency repair services to its Citation jet customers whose aircraft broke from their home base or a Citation Service Center. "We wanted to think… Continue Reading →

ANALYSIS: ANA & # 39; s PAL deal is two-way traffic

The investment by All Nippon Airways (ANA) in Philippine Airlines (PAL) was long under way, but both parties benefit if the partnership is well executed. PAL was clear about its intention to recruit a strategic investor for a long time,… Continue Reading →

House Panel for Spotlight Shutdown & # 39; s Harm on Aviation

Faced with the possibility of a new closure by the government at the end of the week, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee scheduled a hearing this Wednesday to see how the recent 35-day closure not only damaged the FAA… Continue Reading →

Anthony & # 39; s Sea-Tac is one of 14 companies to close this spring as the airport updates its dealerships.

The closures are part of a longstanding initiative to refresh the combination of restaurants and airport shops. Travelers accustomed to preflight flights at Anthony's Restaurant at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will have to find a new place to cool their jets…. Continue Reading →

Anthony & # 39; s Sea-Tac is one of 14 companies to close this spring as the airport updates its dealerships.

The closures are part of a longstanding initiative to refresh the combination of restaurants and airport shops. Travelers accustomed to preflight flights at Anthony's Restaurant at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will have to find a new place to cool their jets…. Continue Reading →

The NTSB investigates the PG & E intervention during the fire of the Geary Boulevard gas pipeline

San Francisco Mayor, London Breed, announced Friday that she would form a new working group with supervisor Rafael Mandelman to fight what they say is a recent increase in the use of methamphetamine. in the city. The Methamphetamine Task Force… Continue Reading →

Delta Air Lines & # 39; First A220s Enter Service

Delta Air Lines launched Airbus A220 services on Thursday with an inaugural flight between New York La Guardia Airport and Boston Logan Airport. The flight marked the first turnaround service of the A220 – formerly known as the Bombardier C… Continue Reading →

RAF Tornado & # 39; s bring operations to an end

The eight RAF Tornado GR.Mk 4s deployed at RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus, for operation Shader returned to RAF Marham on February 4 and 5, marking the end of the operational flying career of the type in British service. Limited training continues… Continue Reading →

Emiliano Sala is looking for: 'An occupant & # 39; visible in the wreckage of a plane after the accident, according to the rescue

Rescuers say that an occupant is visible in the wreckage of the light aircraft that crashed while carrying the missing Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala. A wreck of the single-engine Piper Malibu N264DB was found at the bottom of the Channel,… Continue Reading →

Ryanair & # 39; s Michael O & # 39; Leary becomes Group CEO

Michael O & # 39; Leary CEO has agreed to stay with the airline for another five years, to "at least" July 2024, although he will relinquish the daily management to a new chief executive and head of a new… Continue Reading →

The pilot had an emotional break & # 39; was smoking in the cockpit before a deadly plane crash in Nepal

A deadly plane crash in a Himalayan plane, initially attributed to miscommunication, could in fact be the pilot's fault, allegedly reproaching, lighting a cigarette and displaying strange behavior in the final moments of the fatal flight. . Last March, flight… Continue Reading →

Norwegian open for consolidation & # 39; talks after IAG exit

Noor remains willing to "take part in consolidation discussions" after the recent confirmation from IAG that it will not bid again for the courier service, but says that such discussions are not currently under way. The low-cost company says that… Continue Reading →

A330-900 certified for & # 39; Outside 180 minutes & # 39; ETOPS

The Airbus A330-900 has achieved the ETOPS certification of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for "cycle time of more than 180 minutes", an approval category with an option for ETOPS 285min, which has a potential diversion distance of approximately… Continue Reading →

& # 39; No screaming good & # 39; discusses the first 787 flights from WestJet: CFO

The Canadian low-cost airline WestJet is taking a slightly new turn in the way it awards prizes to Boeing 787-9 flights that will soon be launched. Instead of lowering prices to generate demand, the airline sells seats at market-level rates,… Continue Reading →

Southwest is waiting for & maddening & # 39; govt shutdown for the launch in Hawaii

Southwest Airlines says the long-awaited Hawaii service could slip into the second quarter unless the US government re-opens within a week, which would allow for a first quarter of auctions. The Dallas-based airline waits for the employees of the US… Continue Reading →

Flight Trials Start at the new & # 39; Mega Airport & # 39; in Beijing

Beijing's upcoming mega-airport, Daxing International, has come a step closer to operational readiness after the first test flight was successfully welcomed on 22 January. According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), a Cessna Citation Sovereign 680 has made… Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence Gives Tower in the Clouds & # 39; at Heathrow

United Kingdom Air Navigation Service NATS is using remote-tower technology, supported by artificial intelligence, to improve capacity management at the London Heathrow control tower. NATS develops tools designed to support tower controllers and tests the use of high-definition video in… Continue Reading →

Boeing & # 39; s Autonomous Air Taxi completes First Flight

A Boeing prototype for an unmanned Passenger Air Vehicle (PAV) successfully completed "its first test flights", signifying a new milestone for the OEM's efforts to gain a leading position in the development of autonomous transport and urban mobility. The PAV… Continue Reading →

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