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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Boeing Admits Knowing About 737 MAX Issues Before Crashes

Boeing Admits Knowing About 737 MAX Issues Before Crashes

Boeing released a new statement in which admitted it was aware of 737 MAX problem of the aircraft display system software not correctly meeting the AOA Disagree alert requirements.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Best and Worst Airlines for 2019

Best and Worst Airlines for 2019

The best and the worst airlines to fly with in 2019 have been revealed.

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Best and Worst Airports for 2019

Best and Worst Airports for 2019

Have you ever travelled to/from Hamad Airport or Lisbon Portela Airport?

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

FAA: No Timetable for Boeing MAX to Fly Again

FAA: No Timetable for Boeing MAX to Fly Again

The FAA and aviation regulators from 33 countries held a meeting to review software fix, pilot training changes and discuss possible date of Boeing 737 MAX return back to the sky.

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

Pilot Fatigue: Can You Beat your Body Clock?

Pilot Fatigue: Can You Beat your Body Clock?

It is estimated that pilot fatigue contributes to 15-20% of all fatal air accidents related to human error. What is the real situation in Europe’s airlines?

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

First Japan Airlines A350 XWB Debuts in the Sky

First Japan Airlines A350 XWB Debuts in the Sky

Japan Airlines is about to receive its first Airbus A350-900.

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First Airbus A330neo Reaches Delta Air Lines

First Airbus A330neo Reaches Delta Air Lines

It has finally happened. Delta received its long-awaited Airbus widebody aircraft.

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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Lufthansa Confirms Interest in Thomas Cook’s Condor

Lufthansa Confirms Interest in Thomas Cook’s Condor

Lufthansa, the largest German airline, has made a non-biding offer for Thomas Cook’s airline Condor Germany, confirmed Lufthansa’s CEO during Lufthansa’s annual general meeting in Bonn.

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AVIATION TRAINING

BAA Training to Train Turkish Airlines Pilots

BAA Training to Train Turkish Airlines Pilots

One of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centers in Europe, BAA Training, will deliver training to almost 300 cadets for the airline in 3.5 years.

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GENERAL AVIATION

SAS and Airbus to Research Hybrid and Electric Aircraft

SAS and Airbus to Research Hybrid and Electric Aircraft

SAS and Airbus have signed a joint Memorandum of Understanding for hybrid and electric aircraft eco-system and infrastructure requirements research.

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Aeroflot Plane Fire Death Toll Rises to 41

Aeroflot Plane Fire Death Toll Rises to 41

The plane went for emergency landing and burst into flames at Sheremetyevo airport.

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Westjet Pilot Injured by Laser During Flight

Westjet Pilot Injured by Laser During Flight

The aircraft was hit by a green laser causing injuries to one of the pilots.

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