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80% Of Ryanair Passengers Still Haven’t Had A Refund

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Moreover, passengers have been told they could have to wait up to a year for their money. (simpleflying.com) Mais...

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Alaska Forestry plane crashes near Aniak; all survive

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A State of Alaska Division of Forestry plane with four people on board crashed shortly after takeoff in the Western Alaska community of Aniak Thursday at 3:43 pm local time, a Forestry spokesperson said. The plane came to rest in a shallow body of water near the runway. The pilot, Mark Jordan and three other passengers were all Medevaced to Anchorage with non-life threatening injuries. The plane was a state-owned Air Commander 500. (www.ktuu.com) Mais...

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Aeromexico Carried Out the Longest Flight of its History

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Mexico City, Mexico - Mexico's national carrier Aeromexico has carried out the longest flight in its history and that of Mexico. A Boeing 787-9 of AeroMexico made a non-stop flight from Shenzhen, China, to Mexico City. (www.airlinerwatch.com) Mais...

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Pakistan Airliner Landed Gear Up On First Try: Report

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Pakistan media is reporting Pakistan International Airlines Flight PK8303 landed gear up and the crew muscled it back into the air before it crashed on a second landing attempt, killing 97 of 99 people aboard on Friday. According to reports gathered by the Aviation Herald, the A320 slid on its nacelles at the airport in Karachi for more than a thousand feet before it became airborne again. (www.avweb.com) Mais...

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After Months of Steep Declines, Air Traffic Is Picking Up

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The summer travel season is kicking off this year with more uncertainty than any time in recent memory. The coronavirus pandemic has led millions of people to cancel vacation and travel plans. Airlines have lost billions of dollars in revenue, flying nearly empty planes and canceling tens of thousands of flights. (www.npr.org) Mais...

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Unusual Names Of Waypoints Used For Airplanes' Navigation

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Aviation relies on so-called "waypoints" — geographic coordinates in the sky that help with navigation. And all the waypoints are named with five-letter designations, sometimes funny and odd. (www.npr.org) Mais...

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American Airlines CEO quells U.S. bankruptcy talk, says demand improving

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...demand is improving and net receipts have been in positive territory for the past 2-1/2 weeks. American’s planes were about 56% full over the long U.S. Memorial Day weekend, albeit in drastically reduced capacity... (www.reuters.com) Mais...

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ForeFlight Feature Focus: Internet Traffic via FlightAware

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Stream live global aircraft traffic directly in ForeFlight with the Internet Traffic feature. In partnership with FlightAware, ForeFlight allows you to view airborne traffic around the globe, and ground traffic at thousands of airports worldwide, to help you gauge airport activity like active arrivals and runways, see how ATC vectors traffic around weather, or assist with planespotting on the ground. Internet Traffic is included in all ForeFlight subscription plans. (www.youtube.com) Mais...

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TAP Air Portugal To Resume Service From North America

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TAP Air Portugal (TP) will be re-opening its North American air service from June 4, with two weekly flights between Newark Liberty and Lisbon, following Portugal’s completion of its three phases of re-opening next week. (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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Frontier Airlines adds four destinations to Fort Myers during industry turmoil

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Frontier Airlines will attempt to leave the industry catastrophe related to COVID-19 behind by increasing flight routes to and from Southwest Florida International Airport. Starting Thursday, customers could book round-trip flights from Fort Myers to the new destinations of Boston, Massachusetts, Chicago, Illinois, Long Island, New York (Islip) and Newark, New Jersey. (www.news-press.com) Mais...

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Southwest Airlines adds 11 new routes, plans to resume a full schedule by year’s end

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On Thursday, the Dallas-based carrier extended its schedule through Jan. 4, 2021. The plans call for about as many flights as it flew at the end of 2019 by the end of this year. That includes growing the number of available seats for sale by 10% or more at its bases in Denver (DEN), Las Vegas (LAS), Nashville (BNA) and Phoenix (PHX). (thepointsguy.com) Mais...

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How We Made: Airplane!

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We used to seek out movies that were mind-numbingly serious and dub them with our own voices. Late one night, we caught Zero Hour! – a 1957 film about a former world war two pilot landing a stricken passenger flight – and thought: “Why don’t we recreate this whole movie instead?” (www.theguardian.com) Mais...

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Boeing Restarts 737 Max Production As Massive Job Cuts Detailed

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Boeing (BA) has resumed production of the troubled 737 Max jet, though regulators haven't cleared it to re-enter passenger service. (www.investors.com) Mais...

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Emirates Expects Entire Airbus A380 Fleet To Be Flying By 2022

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UAE carrier Emirates expects its entire fleet of Airbus A380s to have returned to the skies by summer 2022. (simpleflying.com) Mais...

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Could Boeing Be Close To Ending 747 Production?

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It is not just individual commercial passenger Boeing 747s that one by one enter early retirement as their respective airlines capitulate parts of their fleet to the pressures of the pandemic. (simpleflying.com) Mais...

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[VIDEO] British Airways Suspends Leeds Bradford-London Heathrow Route

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British Airways has taken the decision to suspend its Leeds Bradford-London Heathrow operation, which was due to operate on a 10 per day service from the Summer. This has been a long-standing route in the network, but not all hope is lost, with BA stating the route will resume after the COVID-19 pandemic has passed. European & Social Media Editor James Field delves into the actions of British Airways and what this has resulted in for the airline. (www.youtube.com) Mais...

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Coronavirus: ORLY AIRPORT COULD REOPEN ON JUNE 26TH, 2020

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Could Orly airport reopen for summer? According to Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, interviewed by RTL, reopening the airport on June 26th, 2020 could be possible if the health situation allows it. The coronavirus epidemic causes heavy consequences for some fields. In Paris, tourism suffers from this health crisis and the collapse of the air traffic led to the closure of the Orly airport starting Tuesday March 31, 2020. The day before containment exit in France, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari says on RTL that… (www.sortiraparis.com) Mais...

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As Passengers Disappeared, Airlines Filled Planes with Cargo

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To make up for lost revenue during the pandemic, Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic and other airlines are hauling more cargo on aircraft, including where passengers used to sit. (www.nytimes.com) Mais...

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British Airways Suspends Leeds Bradford-London Heathrow Route

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British Airways (BA) has announced today the suspension of its operations between Leeds Bradford (LBA) and London Heathrow (LHR) airports due to the current low passenger demand. (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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First TAAG dash-8-400 Ready for Delivery

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The first de Havilland Aircraft of Canada dash-8-400 for Luanda -based TAAG Angola Airlines – Linhas Aereas de Angola (DT/DTA) is near completion of its flight test program. (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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Austrian Airlines To Resume Operations on June 15

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Austrian Airlines (OS) has announced it will resume operations on June 15, following the closure of operations due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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Boeing Resumes 737MAX Production

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Boeing has this week announced that production of the Boeing 737MAX program will resume, following its temporary suspension back in January. (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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Virgin Orbit 747 flight tracking

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Virgin 747 Cosmic Girl successfully completes its mission. Note the blip in the flight tracking data at launch point. (flightaware.com) Mais...

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