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Bangkok Airways welcomes its 40th aircraft to its fleet

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Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited led by AM. Dechit Chareonwong, Vice President of Flight Operations (center) and Mr. Nijjapat Piyapant, Vice President of Ground Operations (4th from right) welcomed the latest Airbus A319 as the 40th aircraft to its fleet at Suvarnabhumi Airport. (worldairlinenews.com) Mehr...

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Brazil investor group to file lawsuit against Boeing-Embraer deal

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Brazilian investors’ association Abradin said it would file a lawsuit claiming a proposed tie-up between U.S. planemaker Boeing Co (BA.N) and Embraer SA (EMBR3.SA) should come with a public tender offer, escalating its fight against the proposed deal. (uk.reuters.com) Mehr...

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Ryanair: Elderly man ends up 1,000 miles from home

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An elderly Polish man ended up landing in Malta instead of Poland after being allowed to get on the wrong Ryanair flight. (www.buzz.ie) Mehr...

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Sticky situation at Geraldton (YGEL) Western Australia

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Flights have been cancelled at Geraldton Airport in Western Australia's Mid West after two planes landed on unset tarmac, causing their wheels to be compromised by pieces of bitumen. (www.abc.net.au) Mehr...

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United passenger claims airline covering up 'near-death' incident that almost resulted in pilots being 'sucked out of the plane'

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Flight 931 from Chicago to London was forced to make an emergency landing in Goose Bay, Canada only a few hours into the journey after the windshield shattered, the cause of which United blamed on a bird strike. Upon landing, passengers were allegedly required to stay onboard the aircraft for eight hours until a replacement plane arrived. According to one pilot, it wasn’t a bird strike that caused the window to crack because “there’s nothing alive at 40,000 feet.” Instead, they believe the… (www.foxnews.com) Mehr...

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Boeing's self-flying taxi completes its first flight

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Multiple companies have outlined plans for flying taxis, but Boeing just took an important step toward making them a practical reality. The aircraft maker has completed the first test flight of its autonomous electric VTOL aircraft, verifying that the machine can take off, hover and land. It's a modest start, to put it mildly -- the taxi has yet to fly forward, let alone transition from vertical to forward flight modes. That still puts it ahead of competitors, though, and it's no mean… (www.engadget.com) Mehr...

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DRAG RACING R44 helicopter vs Southwest 737

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News Helicopter flying along side Southwest 737 taking off at Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX). (www.youtube.com) Mehr...

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Airbus receives order for C295 aircraft from Ivory Coast

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Airbus has received an order from the Ministry of Defence of Ivory Coast to deliver one C295 medium military transport aircraft. (www.airforce-technology.com) Mehr...

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Interview with Air Tahiti Nui's CEO & COO: Growth, Bankruptcy, Profitability, Dreamliners

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Exclusive interview with Air Tahiti Nui CEO, Michel Monvoisin, and Managing Director, Mathieu Bechonnet, revealing the airline's growth, short passage through bankruptcy, six consecutive years of profitability, the choice of the Boeing 787-9 over the Airbus A350, the airline's challenges on the Japanese market, and the growing competition in Tahiti against United Airlines. (airwaysmag.com) Mehr...

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Airbus shows interest in quantum computing's potential

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Airbus has invited IT experts to submit their ideas on how quantum computing could be used to "transform" aircraft manufacturing and operation. (www.flightglobal.com) Mehr...

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Air Algerie Boeing 767-300 experienced a compressor stall while landing at Montreal Airport

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Air Algérie flight suffered an engine issue while landing on runway 24L at Montreal Airport, Canada. (www.airlive.net) Mehr...

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Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 is stuck on tarmac at Logan Airport

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A Southwest Airlines jet became disabled at an intersection on a runway at Boston’s Logan Airport Wednesday morning. (www.airlive.net) Mehr...

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Detroit Metro Airport reopens after 14-hour shutdown due to icy weather

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Detroit Metropolitan Airport reopened Wednesday morning after being shut down for 14 hours as icy weather moved through the area. (www.airlive.net) Mehr...

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Underwater theme park with submerged Boeing 747 jumbo jet to open in Bahrain

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The kingdom of Bahrain will be opening an eco-friendly underwater theme park that will be the largest in the world. (www.airlive.net) Mehr...

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New Tools, Tech to Play Part in Boeing's ‘Quality Transformation’

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Precision tools and advanced technologies mean less need for inspections and saved time, the company says. But the changes will also bring jobs losses for machinists and those checking their work. (TNS) — Boeing Everett mechanic Ken Zabel is using a handy new tool that halves the work involved in one intricate job where the wing and fuselage of a 787 Dreamliner are joined together. Boeing says the device is so accurate it also cuts out the need for a quality inspection. (www.govtech.com) Mehr...

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US airlines facing a pilot shortage have found a clever workaround: Army helicopter pilots

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The industry's aggressive recruitment of military helicopter pilots is one of the most striking examples yet of the contortions required to quickly train new commercial aviators since the FAA increased the minimum flying requirement. (www.businessinsider.com) Mehr...

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Emiliano Sala: Search for missing footballer's plane 'now a recovery operation'

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The search for a missing plane carrying footballer Emiliano Sala and a pilot is now a recovery operation, as officials confirmed they will decide later today whether to continue looking for the pair. Cardiff City's new striker was travelling on a light aircraft that disappeared from radars over the English Channel during a flight from Nantes in western France on Monday evening. (news.sky.com) Mehr...

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Major Aviation Organizations to Government: End the Shutdown

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An alphabet soup of nearly every major association, union and advocacy group in the aviation industry has come together to urge end the partial government shutdown that has furloughed government workers for 32 days as of Wednesday. AIA, AOPA, GAMA, NBAA, NATCA, HAI, IATA, AUVSI and ATCA. (www.aviationtoday.com) Mehr...

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