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Long before the max disasters, Boeing had a history of failing to fix safety problems

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It's not just the MAX. Boeing has refused to address safety issues before. (www.washingtonpost.com) Altro...

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Further setback for Boeing as new potential flaw found in 737 Max

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FAA tells Boeing to correct the problem before it will put plane through flight test (www.irishtimes.com) Altro...

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Fine fragrance in the air! Delta's new on-board kits

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Delta introduces convenience kits that reduce environmental impact... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Altro...

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Boeing issues alert due to 787 engine fire switch failures

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Boeing has issued an alert to airlines using its flagship B787 Dreamliner, warning that the switch used to extinguish an engine fire has failed in a “small number” of instances. The switch also severs the fuel supply and the hydraulic fluid to prevent flames spreading.In its alert to airlines, Boeing warns that long-term heating can cause the fire switch to stick in the locked position so it can’t be used to release the two fire extinguishers in each engine. The FAA has issued an airworthiness… (www.theguardian.com) Altro...

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Fly passport free between Canada and the Netherlands? It’s happening.

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Soon some travellers will be able to travel between Canada and the Netherlands without showing their passports. (globalnews.ca) Altro...

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Turkish Airlines takes delivery of its first Boeing 787-9

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Turkish Airlines has received the first of 25 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners on order. The Turkish flag carrier plans to modernize its wide-body fleet with both the Boeing's Dreamliner and the Airbus's A350 jets. Turkish Airlines' first Boeing 787-9 is registered as TC-LLA and configured to accommodate 30 seats in Business Class and 270 in Economy Class. Significant changes have been made to the Business Class design of the airline's Boeing 787-9 to improve the passenger… (airlinerwatch.com) Altro...

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British Airways retires its remaining Boeing 777-200s, seeks more Airbus A380

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British Airways is planning to retire its three remaining Boeing 777-200 in the last quarter of 2020 and considering to add more Airbus A380. All three 777-200 of the IAG subsidiary are 24-year-old and have been operated by the British carrier since they were delivered to the operator by the American aircraft manufacturer in 1995. British Airways currently operates its Boeing 777-200s between London Heathrow and New York JFK and Boston on the east coast of the United States as well as Dubai… (airlinerwatch.com) Altro...

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Say goodbye to the Joon brand tonight

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Air France, as planned, is closing out the Joon brand at the close of operations tonight. As previously reported, the new CEO did not want the diverse brands. AF launched the Joon brand on leisure routes to appeal to millennials on October 29, 2017. (worldairlinenews.com) Altro...

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FAA identifies new potential risk on 737 MAX

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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has identified a new potential risk that Boeing Co must address on its 737 MAX before the grounded jet can return to service, the agency told Reuters on Wednesday. The risk was discovered during a simulator test last week, sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. As a result, Boeing is not expected to run a certification test flight until at least July 8, they said. "On the most recent issue, the FAA’s process is designed to discover and… (www.msn.com) Altro...

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British Airways Bolsters Scotland Flights with Extra Frequencies

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British Airways has announced it will expand its frequencies out of Scotland for the Winter 2019/20 season. Between October 27 this year and March 28 next year, up to 196 flights per week will operate between London Heathrow and the likes of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness. This is an increase of 11 weekly flights compared to the Winter 2018/19 schedule last year. (airwaysmag.com) Altro...

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TAROM To Acquire Nine ATR Aircraft for Fleet Renewal

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In a deal with Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC), Romanian carrier TAROM will receive nine brand new ATR72-600 aircraft. (airwaysmag.com) Altro...

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Bombardier’s Global 7500 versus the Gulfstream G650ER

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The battle between Gulfstream and Bombardier at the top end of the business jet market has become more fierce. (airinsight.com) Altro...

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Boeing Approves Shares Dividend Despite Ongoing MAX Crisis

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With the 737 MAX disaster still unresolved and ongoing delays to their 777X program, how can Boeing afford to maintain investor payments at the same level? (simpleflying.com) Altro...

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Emirates turns billboards into school backpacks and reusable bags

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Airline launched an innovative recycling project to celebrate World Environment Day... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Altro...

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American announces schedule of final MD-80 flights

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Cue the tears! American Airlines has officially released a timetable detailing the final flights of its MD-80 fleet. (www.gatechecked.com) Altro...

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Bombardier sells CRJ line

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Today, June 25th 2019, Bombardier Aerospace has signed a deal to sell the Canadair Regional Jet program to Mitsubishi. The deal worth $550 Million is for the sale of all maintenance support services, marketing and sales, and refurbishments. The sale also includes the support facilities located in Montreal, Toronto, Bridgeport West Virginia and Tucson Arizona. The only facility Bombardier will be keeping from the CRJ line for the time being is the plant where the CRJ is currently built in Mirabel… (www.youtube.com) Altro...

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Qatar Airways touches down in Lisbon, Portugal

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Qatar Airways’ first ever passenger flight to Portugal landed at Lisbon Airport on Monday 24 June 2019, as the airline adds to its rapidly expanding European network. Operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, flight QR343 was greeted with a water cannon salute on arrival. Present on board the inaugural flight to Lisbon was the Portuguese Ambassador to Qatar, H.E Mr. Ricardo Pracana, and Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Mr. Simon Talling-Smith. They were met by VIPs including the… (www.aviation24.be) Altro...

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Finnair subcontracts Delhi route cabin service to OSM Aviation

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Finnair is expanding its cooperation with Norway-based OSM Aviation. Cabin services in the Delhi route will be transferred to OSM Aviation during the last quarter of 2019. In the future OSM Aviation will be the cabin service provider for the route and all service will be in English. 85% of customers on the Delhi route are international. The regional cabin crew, employed by Global Aviation and operating the cabin services on Delhi route, will be offered an option to transfer to OSM Aviation. OSM… (www.aviation24.be) Altro...

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Airbus founding father and visionary, Roger Béteille, passes away at 97

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Airbus is saddened that one of its founding fathers, Roger Béteille, who not only shaped Airbus’ first commercial aircraft – the A300B – but also Airbus Industrie, passed away on 14 June at the age of 97. Born in Aveyron, France, in 1921, Roger Béteille studied at Supaéro in Toulouse before joining France’s SNCASE, which later became Sud Aviation, in 1943. He received his pilot’s licence in 1945, becoming thereafter flight test engineer in 1952. He was part of the flight test team on the… (www.aviation24.be) Altro...

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Skydivers survived close-call, same plane damaged, over the Bay Area in 2016

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The same plane that crashed Friday on Oahu’s North Shore had a very close call with skydivers aboard just a few years ago, flown by a different company in California's Bay Area, and the plane sustained substantial damage. (www.youtube.com) Altro...

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Eighteen British tourists kicked off plane in Israel after one threatened to blow it up

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A group of 18 British tourists were thrown off a plane in Israel after one of them allegedly threatened to blow up the aircraft. One of the passengers, who were all men, was led away by security forces after being ejected from the British Airways jet at Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv. Some of the group are also alleged to have made antisemitic jokes about other passengers after boarding the flight to London Heathrow on Sunday. “After they sat down on the plane, one of the members of the group… (www.msn.com) Altro...

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Boeing Forced to Store Grounded 737 Max Planes on Employee Parking Lots

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The company has so many planes awaiting repairs at its Washington State facility that it's quickly running out of room. (www.thedrive.com) Altro...

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Mitsubishi Confirms Acquisition Of Canadair Regional Jets From Bombardier

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Bombardier is about to complete its departure out of commercial aviation manufacturing through a full acquisition deal from Mitsubishi Heavy Jets (MHI) for its Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) program. MHI will acquire Bombardier’s regional jet program for a cash consideration of $550 million USD, payable to Bombardier upon closing, and the assumption by MHI of liabilities amounting to approximately $200 million USD. (airwaysmag.com) Altro...

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Bombardier sells regional jet program to Misubishi

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Bombardier Inc. announced Tuesday a deal to sell its regional jet program to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. for US$550 million. (globalnews.ca) Altro...

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TAP Air Portugal Continues US Expansion: Inaugurates San Francisco

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On June 10th, 2019, TAP Air Portugal inaugurated service between San Francisco International (SFO) and Lisbon. TAP is now the only airline that provides year-round service between the U.S. west coast and Portugal. Today, SFO became the airline’s eighth North American destination, joining Chicago and Washington-Dulles, both also added in June, New York-JFK, Newark, Boston, Miami, and Toronto, Canada. Frequency to existing destinations has also increased. (airwaysmag.com) Altro...

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San Jose Airport Opens New Interim Gates Facility, Reports Immense Growth

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Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC), at the heart of Silicon Valley in California, is experiencing rapid growth. In the first quarter of 2018, SJC’s passenger traffic increased by 18.5% when compared to the same three-month period the previous year. Passenger projection for 2018 and 2019 indicated that the airport’s existing 30 gates could not accommodate the forecasted growth. As a result, in June 2018, the San Jose City Council approved the $56 million Interim Gates Facilities project.… (airwaysmag.com) Altro...

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Bolshaya Udina, Volcano

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how will this impact air travel across the earth should this volcano erupt - how will it impact us little people on earth, is this the beginning of the end (www.theweathernetwork.com) Altro...

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Airlines Are Avoiding Iranian Airspace: Everything You Need To Know

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International airlines are actively avoiding Iranian airspace following the recent downing of a US drone in the area. (simpleflying.com) Altro...

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Airbus Forecasts Need For 7000 A220’s In The Next 20 Years

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Airbus has made a mammoth prediction that the global market will need over 7,000 Airbus A220 regional aircraft across the next 20 years. (simpleflying.com) Altro...

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Pilots Bring Lawsuit Over Boeing 737 MAX “Cover Up”

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US plane maker Boeing is being sued by more than 400 pilots over what they are calling an ‘unprecedented cover up’. (simpleflying.com) Altro...

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Why Ryanair Is Charging More For Baggage Than Some Passenger Tickets

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Ryanair is charging more to carry luggage than for flight tickets themselves (simpleflying.com) Altro...

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French Ministry of Armed Forces advances development of Light Helicopter Joint

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By anticipating the launch of the program, it will be possible for the delivery of the first H160M to the French Armed Forces to be advanced by 2026... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Altro...

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Swiss climbers who landed plane on Mont Blanc risk fine of . . . €38 - The Local

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Swiss climbers who landed plane on Mont Blanc risk fine of . . . €38 - The Local (www.thelocal.fr) Altro...

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Iran shot down a Navy Grumman RF-4 drone

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The RQ-4 is slow and has no countermeasures to protect itself so if it goes inside enemy airspace just a couple of miles it is dead meat. What was the rationiale by DOD, USAF and Navy to spend billions on something that can´t gather intel beyond a mere 50-80 nautical miles. SEVEN DECADES AGO the Soviet Union had already developed SAM missiles capable to shoot down anything above FL 50K: on May Day 1960 Gary Powers' U2 was shot down deep inside Russian airspace. Two years later Maj. Rudolph… (www.wired.com) Altro...

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Two Eurofighter Typhoons collide during exercise in Germany

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Two fighter jets collided during an exercise over northeastern Germany on Monday afternoon. One of two pilots who ejected survived and one died. See also (German language): https://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/eurofighter-absturz-in-mecklenburg-ursachensuche-nach-fataler-kampfuebung-a-1274124.html (www.bbc.com) Altro...

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This is a nightmare’: A woman fell asleep mid-flight and woke up trapped in a dark plane alone

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When Tiffani O’Brien opened her eyes, she was still in the same place she fell asleep — strapped into her seat aboard an Air Canada flight bound for Toronto. Only, something wasn’t right. The entire plane was empty, O’Brien wrote in a Facebook post shared last week by her friend on her behalf. She was “freezing cold” and sitting in “complete darkness.” It was around midnight and her flight, which left Quebec City that evening, had landed hours earlier. (www.msn.com) Altro...

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Delta to expand facial recognition tech to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

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Delta Airlines, in partnership with the Customs and Border Protection (CBP), is expanding its facial recognition software to another airport. This time they are headed to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP). (www.gatechecked.com) Altro...

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LATAM announces 5 new daily flights to Ceara, Brazil

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Package is a counterpart of the ICMS reduction agreement and extends the operation of LATAM in the state from 20 to 25 daily frequencies... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Altro...

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400+ 737 MAX pilots sue Boeing over ‘unprecedented cover-up’ that led to crashes & grounding

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A class-action lawsuit against Boeing reportedly accuses the US aviation giant of covering up the faulty sensor issue and keeping pilots in the dark about the feature in the pursuit of quick returns. (www.rt.com) Altro...

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History of MCAS development

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Early in the development of the 737 MAX, engineers gathered at Boeing’s transonic wind tunnel in Seattle to test the jet’s aerodynamics using a scale model with a wingspan comparable to that of an eagle. The testing in 2012, with air flow approaching the speed of sound, allowed engineers to analyze how the airplane’s aerodynamics would handle a range of extreme maneuvers. When the data came back, according to an engineer involved in the testing, it was clear there was an issue to address.… (www.seattletimes.com) Altro...

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Lockheed Martin unveils plans for quiet supersonic passenger airplane

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It's still at the conceptual stage, but a new supersonic airplane design unveiled this week by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics could be the clearest indication yet that we're on the brink of a new golden age of super-fast air travel. The Quiet Supersonic Technology Airliner, a sleek twin-engined jet plane that will carry up to 40 passengers at speeds of Mach 1.8, was revealed on Wednesday at an American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics conference in Dallas. Though still a ways off… (www.msn.com) Altro...

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Flight crashes thru fence and flips

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Plane lands and crashes thru fence and flips at airport in Burley, Idaho Airport (www.ktvb.com) Altro...

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American tentatively plans the last McDonnell Douglas MD-80 revenue flight for September 4

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The special flight, renumbered flight AA 80, is scheduled to operate between Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago (O’Hare). American currently operates one DC-9-82 (N501AA) and 27 DC-9-83s. The carrier operated 362 at its peak. The MD-80 fleet was never repainted in the new livery because of the pending retirement. (worldairlinenews.com) Altro...

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Libyan Arab Air Cargo Antonov An-124 is destroyed at Tripoli

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Libyan Arab Air Cargo (Tripoli) Antonov An-124-100 5A-DKN was destroyed at Tripoli on June 22 due to the civil war in Libya. (worldairlinenews.com) Altro...

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Report: Dubai plane that crashed followed others too closely

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A plane involved in a fatal crash that killed four people working on improvements at Dubai International Airport had followed other larger aircraft landing there too closely as air traffic controllers offered inconsistent warnings about the hazard, a preliminary investigative report released Sunday found. The May 16 crash of the Diamond DA62 saw the aircraft roll upside-down in air and smash into a park near the airport at high speed, killing the three Britons and one South African on board,… (www.yahoo.com) Altro...

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Woman arrested after RAF jets escort passenger plane back to London

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A woman has been arrested after two Royal Air Force (RAF) jets were forced to escort a passenger plane back to London following severe disruption on board shortly after take-off. Jet2, a British low-cost airline, reported that there had been an "extremely disruptive passenger" on board its flight Saturday from London Stansted Airport to Dalaman in southwest Turkey. (www.msn.com) Altro...

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