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Clément Charpentreau
No Boeing 737 MAX for the summer
Civil Aviation
No Boeing 737 MAX for the summer

The main civil aviation regulators have met on May 23, 2019, to discuss the future of the Boeing 737 MAX. However, no time has been given for the aircraft to take back to the skies. The FAA hopes to see a return of the former situation, where reciprocity prevailed and air regulat...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
WestJet pilot injured by laser beam while flying over Florida

A WestJet pilot flying from Newfoundland to Florida had his eyes burned by green laser light in the evening of May 18, 2...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Boeing 737 MAX: did a bird strike affect the MCAS?

A new theory has emerged regarding the crash of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX: a bird strike could have led to t...

AeroTime Team
Biggest 737 MAX operators get impatient with grounding
Civil Aviation
Biggest 737 MAX operators get impatient with grounding

Boeing 737 MAX biggest clients are getting impatient with the prolonged grounding of the jets. More airlines are joining...

Clément Charpentreau
History Hour: Sikorsky, the man behind the name
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History Hour: Sikorsky, the man behind the name

A hundred and thirty years ago, on May 25, a man whose name would become one of the most recognizables in the aircraft i...

AeroTime Team
BA prepares for 1st Pakistan flight after decade-long suspension
Civil Aviation
BA prepares for 1st Pakistan flight after decade-long suspension

After a decade of suspension, British Airways is returning to Islamabad, Pakistan. The airline is launching the new rout...

Clément Charpentreau
No Boeing 737 MAX for the summer
Civil Aviation
No Boeing 737 MAX for the summer

The main civil aviation regulators have met on May 23, 2019, to discuss the future of the Boeing 737 MAX. However, no ti...

Clément Charpentreau
Airbus and SAS join forces to explore hybrid aircraft solutions
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Airbus and SAS join forces to explore hybrid aircraft solutions

Airbus has signed a research agreement with SAS Scandinavian Airlines to cooperate on hybrid and electric aircraft and i...

AeroTime Team
No more groundings: Southwest inks truce with mechanics
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No more groundings: Southwest inks truce with mechanics

Heated dispute between Southwest Airlines sand its mechanics seems to be put behind, as union members “overwhelmin...

Clément Charpentreau
Interview with Espen Høiby: why OSM Aviation turned all-electric?
Civil Aviation
Interview with Espen Høiby: why OSM Aviation turned all-electric?

In April 2019, OSM Aviation hit the news with the announcement of their transition to a fully electric fleet for trainin...

Clément Charpentreau
WestJet pilot injured by laser beam while flying over Florida
Civil Aviation
WestJet pilot injured by laser beam while flying over Florida

A WestJet pilot flying from Newfoundland to Florida had his eyes burned by green laser light in the evening of May 18, 2...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Three Chinese airlines claim 737 MAX compensation from Boeing

The three main Chinese airlines, China Southern, China Eastern, and Air China, have sent a formal request to Boeing for...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Boeing 737 MAX: did a bird strike affect the MCAS?

A new theory has emerged regarding the crash of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX: a bird strike could have led to t...

AeroTime Team
Civil Aviation
Airbus to extend A220 family range

Three years after entering service, A220 Family aircraft (previously Bombardier C Series) will now be offering increased...

Clément Charpentreau
Defense
Six Russian military aircraft intercepted by US in one day

Six Russian military aircraft were intercepted off the coast of Alaska by NORAD fighter jets on May 20, 2019....

Russian authorities decode Superjet 100 accident flight recorders
AeroTime Team
Civil Aviation
Russian authorities decode Superjet 100 accident flight recorders

Russian authorities have finished decoding flight recorders of Aeroflot Superjet 100, which left forty-one people dead a...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
From race tracks to the skies, Niki Lauda dies at 70

The founder and chairman of Laudamotion, Niki Lauda passed away at the age of 70. After a brilliant career as a Formula...

Gediminas Žiemelis
Civil Aviation
Will Japan become powerful player in aircraft manufacturing?

In a money heavy industry like aviation, financing is the difference in success and failure. At the moment, only players...