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A man accused of stealing 6 km from the bank takes the carpool to the airport to escape

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Collins Aerospace takes big steps towards additive

Collins Aerospace sees a growing acceptance and "change in mindset" in the direction of additive manufacturing and investigates possibilities for three-dimensional printing in all its business activities. The former UTC Aerospace organization had set up a centralized team to promote… Continue Reading →

ANA takes place on board PAL, looks for stronger cooperation

ANA Holdings takes place on the board of the parent company of Philippine Airlines, PAL Holdings, after taking a 9.5% stake in the company, while the two airlines will form a steering committee to pursue further partnerships. The committee meets… Continue Reading →

Replacement of a 124 Ruslan takes shape

The Kremlin is considering options to replace the Antonov An-124 Ruslan heavyweight airlifter for Russian military and civilian operators. The new aircraft would be produced in the older-type production line at the Aviastar-SP plant in Ulyanovsk. TsAGI – the Russian… Continue Reading →

Ryanair takes full control of Laudamotion

The Irish airline Ryanair has taken over full control of the Austrian subsidiary Laudamotion and has set out plans to increase the fleet of the unit to 30 Airbus aircraft by the summer of 2020. In March 2018, Ryanair reached… Continue Reading →

AirAsia takes revenge on the MAHB lawsuit with claim MYR400m

AirAsia and AirAsia X have submitted a statement of reasons to lodge a MYR36.4 million ($ 8.8 million) lawsuit against Malaysian Airports (MAHB) against them for unpaid passenger fees and a separate claim of MYR 400 million on the airport… Continue Reading →

SAS takes three Airbus A321LRs from Air Lease

About four months after interest was shown in acquiring the Airbus A321LR for new or low-density long-distance markets, SAS today announced that it wants to add three examples. The aircraft, flying up to a maximum of 4,000 nm with 206… 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 →

The Air Force finally takes possession of its first Boeing tanker with serious doubts

When the Air Force took possession of its first KC-46A air refueling tanker, it issued a critical statement stating that it only had very few capabilities left. The US Air Force finally agreed on Thursday and told Boeing the possession… Continue Reading →

The US Air Force takes delivery of the first KC-46 tanker

Washington (AFP) – The US Air Force announced on Thursday that it was ready to receive its first KC-46A Pegasus tankers, a new type of air refueling that still needs to be technically repaired expensive. Based on the 767 jet… Continue Reading →

Ottawa takes action to protect airports when new drone rules are announced

MONTREAL – The federal government is working with security agencies and airports to develop measures to prevent drones from flying into the space reserved for aircraft, Transport Minister Marc Garneau said Wednesday, announcing new information. regulations for drone operators. Garneau's… Continue Reading →

WestJet's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner takes off

Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, special in the USA TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 4:20 pm EST January 6, 2019 EVERETT, Wash. – The first WestJet Boeing 787 Dreamliner took off for the first time on Saturday, successfully completing its initial… Continue Reading →

A three-hour flight by Ryanair takes almost a day

Flights between London and Thessaloniki are expected to last about three hours, but for dozens of Ryanair passengers, they lasted nearly 24 hours, as the Greek government was forced to intervene to help. The fog in Greece resulted in the… Continue Reading →

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