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NEWS Oct 25, 2023 Delta Air Lines Cancels More Tel Aviv Flights, Provides Aid to Israel and Gaza Delta Air Lines will cancel more flights between the U.S. and Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV) due to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. The airline also provided $1 million in humanitarian aid for people in Israel and the Gaza Strip. Read More →
NEWS Oct 23, 2023 El Al Making Significant Capacity Changes to Accomodate Stranded Passengers Conflict usually creates logistical challenges for airlines and the war in Israel-Palestine is no different. El Al has been forced to make numerous capacity changes and flout international guidelines to repatriate passengers. Airlines serving Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) have been forced to suspend service and serve passengers through "nearby" airports in other countries. Read More →
NEWS Oct 20, 2023 Multiple French Airports Receive Bomb Threats, Evacuate On Wednesday October 18, multiple major and smaller French airports received identical bomb threats from an anonymous source. This comes as tensions between Palestinians and Israelis are rising in France as a result of the rising tensions between Israel and Palestinian group Hamas in the Middle East. Read More →
NEWS Oct 18, 2023 Lebanese Aviation Affected as Middle East Tensions Rise The current situation in the Middle East has understandably had a major effect on the aviation industry. Lebanon is the latest country to be affected as escalating tensions have led to various preventative actions being taken by local and international entities. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Oct 09, 2023 Analyzing Airline Operations in War-Torn Countries: Libya and Yemen We live in a time when countries all over the world are engulfed in some sort of conflict. War, in particular, has devastated various nations. Based on that information, it makes one wonder: How do flight operations continue in war-torn countries? Read More →
NEWS Oct 07, 2023 Flights Cancelled as Attacks Continue in Israel A new conflict has broken out between Israeli and Palestinian forces in Israel, forcing commercial aviation to come to a screeching halt in Israel. Ben Gurion Airport is currently the only airport still operating, with Israeli Airlines the only carriers permitted to fly out of the country. Read More →
NEWS Sep 26, 2023 Does Politics Affect International Flights and Tourism? Aviation benefits society by connecting people, cultures, and businesses across long distances. However, economic and political issues between countries can significantly impact aviation's ability to unite people. Let's take a deeper look at how geopolitical issues affect aviation, through three case studies. Read More →
NEWS Aug 23, 2023 Russian Mercenary Leader Presumed Dead in Plane Crash A private jet flying between Moscow and Saint Petersburg in Russia has crashed. The circumstances of the crash remain mysterious as reports have emerged that Russian mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin may have been onboard the aircraft. Read More →
NEWS Aug 06, 2023 Aeroflot Deactivates Brakes on Nine Aircraft, Relies Heavily on Reverse Thrust Russian flag carrier Aeroflot is beginning to fly some of its western-made aircrafts without properly maintained brakes due to lack of parts as a result of sanctions. Read More →
NEWS Jul 31, 2023 Nine Killed in Port Sudan Plane Crash A civilian plane crashed in eastern Sudan Sunday killing nine people, including four soldiers, according to the military. Due to the ongoing war in Sudan, many have been displaced, forced to live without essentials, and now the war is affecting Sudan's airspace as well. Read More →