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INFORMATIONAL Jun 17, 2024 Why Using Mobile Devices on Airplanes Are Prohibited During Takeoff and Landing. Why mobile phones can't be used during takeoff and landing: there are certain reasons to acknowledge that why using mobile devices on airplanes is prohibited during certain stages of their flight. Read More →
NEWS Jun 13, 2024 British Airways Passengers from London Endure a 9-Hour ‘Flight to Nowhere’ British Airways passengers endured a nine-hour “flight to nowhere” on Monday when their Texas-bound flight had to turn back to London after reaching North America. Read More →
NEWS Jun 13, 2024 The Future of Aviation Regulation: Keeping Pace With Innovation Regulations are an incredibly complex and nuanced topic within aviation. They can prevent the use of new innovations and severely inhibit progress. But by including regulatory officials into the developmental process, regulations can adapt to the new and changing aviation. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Jun 10, 2024 What Happens to Pilots After Aviation Accidents? If a plane crash occurs, a government-led investigation will begin. The pilot is usually suspended from duties and undergoes extensive interrogation from the concerned authorities. Read More →
NEWS Jun 10, 2024 Hailstorm Damages Nose, Windshield of Austrian Airlines Plane The Austrian Airlines A320 encountered a hailstorm on Sunday while approaching Vienna Airport in Austria from Palma De Mallorca. Read More →
NEWS Jun 05, 2024 Flights Cancelled in Philippines After Volcanic Eruption A violent volcanic eruption in the Philippines has forced airlines to cancel around 30 domestic flights. Large volcanic eruptions like the one that occurred in the Philippines post a significant threat to aviation safety. Read More →
STORIES Jun 03, 2024 Air France’s Unique A320 Caribbean Island Hopper Service Air France operates a unique Caribbean inter-island service, connecting numerous French overseas territories with an Airbus A320 aircraft. The history of this flight dates back to the 1940s as the carrier continues to operate this route today. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 31, 2024 Predictive Maintenance: Ai Impact on Fleet Uptime Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the aviation industry by improving airplane maintenance and reducing downtime. Through predictive maintenance, smart decision-making, and efficient resource use, AI helps airlines keep planes in the air longer and save on costs. This technological advancement ensures safer and more reliable air travel for everyone. Read More →
NEWS May 29, 2024 Bette Nash: The Worlds Oldest Flight Attendant Has Died At 88 Bette Nash, the world’s oldest flight attendant has died. Ms. Nash worked for nearly 70 years since her first flight at the age of 21 when she was first hired in late 1957 and continued to work her entire life, up until recently, although Ms. Nash never fully retired. Read More →
STORIES May 27, 2024 Remembering Iran Air Flight 655: A Victim of US Military Miscalculation in 1988 Explore the somber history of Iran Air Flight 655, a stark reminder of the consequences of a tragic military error in 1988. Join us as we reflect on this sobering event and its lasting impact. Read More →