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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Pilots Awarded Title of Hero after Hard Landing Airbus A321 on Cornfield

Pilots Awarded Title of Hero after Hard Landing Airbus A321 on Cornfield

The flight crew of the Ural Airlines Airbus A321-200, who performed a hard landing on a cornfield, were awarded the title of Hero of Russia.

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Another Boeing 787 Dreamliner to Fly for Vietnam Airlines

Another Boeing 787 Dreamliner to Fly for Vietnam Airlines

Vietnam Airlines has welcomed another Boeing 787 aircraft to its fleet.

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Russia’s MC-21 Aircraft to Make Its Long-Awaited Public Debut

Russia’s MC-21 Aircraft to Make Its Public Debut

Russia’s new MC-21 is to be shown for the first time at the MAKS 2019 air show.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Boeing MAX ‘Situation’ Costs Airlines $1 Billion Per Month

Boeing MAX ‘Situation’ Costs Airlines $1 Billion Per Month

One plane requires 12-16 pilots and it’s estimated that 12 pilots cost around $200k per month. So in total that comes to $78.6mil per month for pilots of all 393 grounded aircraft.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

British Airways Closer to Powering Future Fleet with Sustainable Jet Fuel

British Airways Closer to Powering Future Fleet with Sustainable Jet Fuel

British Airways is one step closer to powering its future fleet with sustainable jet fuel made from rubbish. 

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Turbulence Injures 16 on Evelop Airbus A330 Flight

Turbulence Injures 16 on Evelop Airbus A330 Flight

The airline reported the aircraft suffered clear air turbulence.

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Turbulence Injures Four on ANA Boeing 787 Flight

Turbulence Injures Four on ANA Boeing 787 Flight

Two passengers and two flight attendants received serious injuries.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Avianca Brasil to Leave Star Alliance in September

Avianca Brasil to Leave Star Alliance in September

Avianca Brasil, currently known as a Brazilian airline Ocean Air Linhas Aéreas S/A, headquartered in São Paulo, will exit Star Alliance effective 1 September, 2019.

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