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NEWS Sep 17, 2022 PHOTOS: United Boeing 737 MAX Slides Into Grass at Florida Airport A United Boeing 737 MAX 9 slid into muddy grass during a rainstorm at Fort Myers Southwest Florida International Airport. After the pilots attempted full power in order to get the aircraft back onto the tarmac, emergency crews were called to assist. Read More →
NEWS Sep 16, 2022 Cathay Pacific Warns of a Silent Cargo Peak Season Cathay Pacific, one of the world's largest air cargo operators, has overhauled its cargo schedule for its busiest shipping season, but expects the upcoming peak season to be different from previous ones. Read More →
NEWS Sep 16, 2022 Turkish Airlines Is the World's Largest Network Carrier Turkish Airlines is the largest airline in the world when looking at August's available seat kilometer numbers. In fact, Turkish Airlines capacity and passenger numbers greatly outpaced their pre-pandemic numbers this summer. Read More →
NEWS Sep 15, 2022 PHOTOS: Air India 737 Catches Fire in Muscat On Wednesday, September 14, 2022, an Air India Express 737-800 flight was delayed by 10 hours after smoke billowed from the aircraft's number two engine. No one was injured in the incident and the passengers were later ferried to their final destination. Read More →
NEWS Sep 15, 2022 Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Transport Became the Most Tracked Flight in History The Queen's coffin traveled via an RAF C-17 from Edinburgh to London (RAF Northolt) on Tuesday, September 13th. This was the Queen's final flight, and it is one of the most tracked flights in history. Read More →
NEWS Sep 14, 2022 Israel Will Ban Four Engine Planes in 2023 Beginning on March 31, 2023 Israel will ban the Boeing 747 and other four engine aircraft in a statement from the Israel Airports Authority (IAA) in hopes of reducing noise and air pollution. The IAA also says it has told airlines that they will not be able to operate large aircraft at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) for the summer season. This is part of a plan to rehabilitate the local environment surrounding the airport. Read More →
NEWS Sep 14, 2022 New York Court Approves $700 million in Additional Funding for SAS SAS (Scandinavian Airlines System), the Scandinavian flag carrier, officially secured the essential funding to continue operation. A United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York approved financing for the airline of over 700 Million USD. The Debtor-in-Possession (DIP) agreement's terms are almost identical to the ones SAS announced on August 14, 2022, with the financing credit agreement managed by Apollo Global Management. Read More →
NEWS Sep 13, 2022 United Airlines Flight Evacuated After Smoke Fills Cabin A United Airlines Boeing 777 departing from Amsterdam aborted takeoff after smoke filled the cabin. Read More →
NEWS Sep 12, 2022 PHOTOS: Learjet Overruns Runway in San Diego A Learjet 36 overran the runway at San Diego's naval air station. Two people onboard received minor injuries. The aircraft was under contract for the navy. Read More →
NEWS Sep 11, 2022 United Airlines Places Order for 200 eVTOL Air Taxis On Thursday, United Airlines announced its order of 200 Electric Vertical Take Off and Landing (eVTOL) air taxis with Eve. The Embraer-owned startup, Eve Air Mobility, has made a $15 million pre-purchase agreement with United for 200 aircraft, with an option of 200 more available. The company had broken off from Embraer in May to become Publicly-traded, joining a shell company specializing in eVTOL aircraft. Read More →