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Jason Shaw
airBaltic to end 737 operations a year ahead of schedule
Civil Aviation
airBaltic to end 737 operations a year ahead of schedule

The Latvian government-backed airline airBaltic has confirmed it will call time on its Boeing 737 operations ahead of sc...

Jason Shaw
The cameras are disabled.....
Civil Aviation
The cameras are disabled.....

One of the World's most popular air carriers, Singapore Airlines, has had to reassure passengers that its new in-fli...

AeroTime Team
Report into Aseman Airlines crash finds multiple “human errors”
Civil Aviation
Report into Aseman Airlines crash finds multiple “human errors”

Iran’s civil aviation accident investigation bureau (AIB) released a report on February 18, 2019, on the deadly cr...

AeroTime Team
British Airways begins service of 747 in BOAC livery
Civil Aviation
British Airways begins service of 747 in BOAC livery

Why would an airline change its livery to another company's, one might ask.  Well, the answer lies at its roots...

Rūta Burbaitė
Cathay Pacific Airbus A350 breaks into tarmac at Tel Aviv Airport
Civil Aviation
Cathay Pacific Airbus A350 breaks into tarmac at Tel Aviv Airport

It is not every day that an aircraft breaks into tarmac and ends up getting stuck there. That is exactly what happened t...

Jason Shaw
Loganair favourite to take over flybmi's route to Derry
Civil Aviation
Loganair favourite to take over flybmi's route to Derry

The British government has confirmed that a new contract for an airline to operate public service route between the City...

Gediminas Žiemelis
Is one pilot greater than two?
Civil Aviation
Is one pilot greater than two?

Aviation evolves and some things that were deemed as necessary are no longer needed. Regulations tend to lag behind tech...

Rūta Burbaitė
Southwest in “operational emergency” as dozens jets grounded
Civil Aviation
Southwest in “operational emergency” as dozens jets grounded

If the delay of the FAA’s authorization for Southwest’s Hawaii service launch as well as the fallout from th...

AeroTime Team
Civil Aviation
Last European operator gives up on Sukhoi Superjet 100?

The last European operator of Sukhoi Superjet 100 has reportedly returned its Russian-made aircraft to the owner. T...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Flybmi bankruptcy: Loganair takes routes, Ryanair after pilots

Flybmi (formerly BMI Regional), a regional airline based at East Midlands Airport, announced on February 16, 2019, that...

Jason Shaw
Civil Aviation
Flybmi ceases operations

The British regional airline Flybmi has ceased all operations with immediate effect and is filing for administration, th...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
EU clears acquisition of 31% of Virgin Atlantic by Air France-KLM

The joint venture of Air France KLM, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic pose no threat to competition within the Europe...

Will change of control help Jet Airways to avoid bankruptcy?
Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Civil Aviation
Will change of control help Jet Airways to avoid bankruptcy?

Jet Airways, a major Indian airline, is struggling with major financial problems. In attempt “meet a funding gap&r...

AeroTime Team
Civil Aviation
Highlights of Airbus 2018: from DNA of A380 to ease on Brexit

2018 was an eventful year for Airbus, as there were ongoing and new investigations of data breaches, leadership change t...

Jason Shaw
Civil Aviation
Extreme turbulence diverts Delta flight, three taken to hospital

Delta Air Lines flight DL5763 from John Wayne Airport, Santa Ana, California to Seattle, Washington had to make an emerg...