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Chile says it lost contact with military plane headed to Antarctica, 38 on board

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A Chilean air force C-130 Hercules that was bound for Antarctica and carrying 38 on board lost radio contact with the country’s control center Monday evening, a statement from the military said. The military had declared an alert and activated a search and rescue team. The transport plane carried 17 crew members and 21 passengers. Those on board were to check on a floating fuel supply line and other equipment at the Chilean base. (www.foxnews.com) Mais...

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Can The Airline Industry Survive Climate Change?

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Commercial airliners pump out 2.5 percent of total global warming gasses. The “flight-shaming” movement now sweeping Europe shows signs of driving would-be air passengers to other modes of transport. (www.forbes.com) Mais...

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airBaltic Boosts Its Network With 13 New Routes

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Latvian airline, airBaltic, has announced a further expansion to its ever-growing destination network with four new routes from its Baltic hubs in Tallinn, Vilnius, and Riga. The airline will launch a total of 13 new routes, set to initiate during the Summer 2020 season. (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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Update for Harbour Air’s first electric flight

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Due to weather outlook for Wednesday, Harbour Air has pulled their first electric flight ahead to Tuesday, Dec, 10. Today they did some taxiing and skipping runs in preparation. (www.harbourair.com) Mais...

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Unforgotten: Airlines of the Past

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Part one: USA. Nothing is a more sobering testament to the unpredictability of the airline business than the long list of carriers that are no longer with us. From Pan Am and Braniff to Ozark and Southern, here's a look at America's most colorful and influential airlines of yesterday. (thepointsguy.com) Mais...

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EAA Offers Young People Free AirVenture Admission With Boeing Support

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Young people age 18 and under will be admitted free to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2020 as a way to introduce more youth to the possibilities in the world of flight. (eaa.org) Mais...

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First electric flight by Harbour Air

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Harbour Air‘s First electric flight with a modified De Havilland Beaver was without incident. (www.youtube.com) Mais...

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Indianapolis Airport Welcomes Second Alaska Airlines Flight To Seattle

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After entering the Indianapolis market two years ago, Alaska Airlines has announced a second flight to Seattle. The new flight is said to be seasonal, commencing on May 21, 2020. Alaska Airlines has carried over 160,000 passengers to Indianapolis since the route’s introduction in 2017. (airwaysmag.com) Mais...

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A ‘Hail Satan’ T-shirt? Not on this American Airlines flight

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Runi Goyal loves her “Hail Satan” T-shirt. But the shirt, which comes from the Satanic Temple religious group, didn’t fly with this AA flight crew. (www.miamiherald.com) Mais...

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Airline trade group predicts Christmas travel will rise 3%

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The trade group Airlines for America said Tuesday that 47.5 million people are expected to fly over an 18-day period from Dec. 19 through Jan. 5, 3% more people flying in the U.S. than during last year's holiday stretch. (komonews.com) Mais...

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FAA fines Boeing for certifying 133 737s as airworthy despite slat track defects

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed a civil penalty of more than $3.9 million against The Boeing Co. for installing nonconforming components on approximately 133 aircraft, which Boeing subsequently presented as ready for airworthiness certification. The FAA alleges that Boeing failed to adequately oversee its suppliers to ensure they complied with the company’s quality assurance system. The agency contends that this failure resulted in the installation of slat tracks that were… (news.aviation-safety.net) Mais...

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FAA to Decommission Decades-Old System that Keeps Pilots Up to Date on Hazardous Weather

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The Federal Aviation Authority is discontinuing a nonstop broadcast service that’s been keeping pilots aware of dangerous weather during flights since the early 1980s as part of the agency’s efforts to update and streamline its services (www.nextgov.com) Mais...

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