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Farewell to the Queen of the Skies: The pilots of GE’s 747-100 flying test bed

GE Aviation’s original B747 Flying Test Bed is heading into storage and flew what most likely was her final flight on January 25 at GE Aviation’s Flight Test Operation in Victorville, California.   The aircraft had a long history. It… Continue Reading →

Army to get six Apache attack helicopters at cost of Rs 4168 crore

The Indian Army will soon be able to operate Apache attack helicopters as the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) cleared a long-pending proposal for the same, PTI reported. Six choppers will be procured for the army at a cost of Rs… Continue Reading →

Emirates to deploy extra flights for the upcoming Hajj season.

DUBAI, UAE, 17 August 2017 – Emirates will be operating extra flights to Jeddah to help facilitate travel for thousands of pilgrims this year heading to and from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for Hajj.  Emirates will be operating 45… Continue Reading →

A pilot dropped his phone from the plane and it recorded the entire fall

A Tennessee man named Blake Henderson was recently flying in a small plane and recording some video of another plane on his Samsung Galaxy S5 when his phone suddenly got sucked out of the window. It survived the fall and… Continue Reading →

airberlin files for insolvency German Government offers support

airberlin has today filed to commence insolvency proceedings under self-administration at the local District Court (Amtsgericht) of Berlin-Charlottenburg, in order to continue with the restructuring process that is already underway. The Federal German Government, Lufthansa and other partners are supporting… Continue Reading →

SWISS farewell to his last Avro RJ100

After more than 15 years in the service lines, Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) today took leave of his last Avro RJ100. The ultimate representative of the fleet of 21 aircraft of this type took off this morning from Geneva… Continue Reading →

120 passengers left behind by Lion Air flown out on later flight

The Transportation Ministry has announced that 120 passengers, who were left behind at Juwata Tarakan International Airport in North Kalimantan by a Lion Air pilot, following a check-in system failure, have now left on another flight.Initially, the passengers were to… Continue Reading →

Bahrain, UAE open up airspace for Qatar Airways, world aviation agency says

MONTREAL — The world aviation agency says Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to open up some of their airspace to Qatar’s state-owned airline after it was hit with flight restrictions earlier this summer in a diplomatic dispute.A… Continue Reading →

airberlin expands Business Class on European flights

airberlin has drawn a positive balance over the past ten months since introducing the Business Class to short and medium-haul routes and will double the space allocated to the popular premium service to two rows of seats. Particularly high demand… Continue Reading →

Helicopter carrying wedding party lands in prison in Bangladesh

A private helicopter carrying a wedding party landed by mistake inside a high security prison on Thursday, sparking massive security concerns amid reports that terrorists were planning an attack on the jail to free the militant inmates.According to the officials… Continue Reading →

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