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Zivile Zalagenaite
From all-Boeing to mixed: Xiamen Airlines asks for Airbus jets

Xiamen Airlines, an all-Boeing operator, is planning to add the first Airbus-made aircraft to its fleet by leasing ten A321neo from 2021. The news from a formerly exclusive Boeing Chinese client comes a day after the United States and China signed a Phase One trade deal, likely to help Boeing sell more of its products in the Asian country....


Clement Charpentreau
Delta Boeing 777 dumps fuel over school [Video]

Delta Air Lines landed in hot water after one of its Boeing 777 aircraft dumped fuel over the suburbs of Los Angeles. To make matters even worse, the location where the fuel landed happened to be an elementary school. About twenty children and ten adults who were in the courtyard of the school were affected....


Clement Charpentreau
How Iran changed course on Flight PS752 shootdown

After three days of denial, the Iranian authorities eventually admitted that the crash of the flight PS752 was due to a mistake from the country’s military. Their responsibility in the death of 176 people, including 82 Iranians, sparked a wave of protests in Tehran....


Rytis Beresnevicius
Is Boston Logan International the next Transatlantic frontier?

With numerous new routes announced to Boston's Logan International, and with New York's three airports reaching their capacity limits, is BOS going to become the next Transatlantic frontier?...


Clement Charpentreau
BREAKING | Anonymous sources say Ukraine flight shot by missile

The Ukraine International Airlines flight 752, which crashed in Tehran, Iran, on January 8, 2020, was allegedly shot down by an Iranian air defense system, presumably by mistake, according to several media quoting official sources....


Clement Charpentreau
Iran refuses to deliver black boxes of UIA crash to Boeing

The Iranian authorities do not intend to give Boeing and the U.S. authorities the flight recorders of the Ukraine International flight PS752 that crashed in Tehran, killing 176 people....


Clement Charpentreau
Airlines modify flights to avoid Iranian and Iraqi airspaces

After the Iranian military launched over 12 missiles on U.S. bases in Iraq during the night of January 7, 2019, several airlines decided to avoid the Iranian and Iraqi airspaces by modifying or suspending their flights....


Clement Charpentreau
737 MAX: Boeing relocates employees as suppliers adjust

Before suspending the 737 MAX production in Renton manufacturing site, Boeing has started reassigning some 3,000 employees to other production sites....


AeroTime Extra
Top 5 future fighter jets of 2020

After the end of the Cold War, the idea of an open conflict between two nation-states seemed more unlikely. Military doctrines turned towards asymmetrical conflicts. As a consequence, the fighter planes found themselves confined to a ground support role. But the emergence of new global powers and the intensification of territorial tensions are pushing armed forces to reconsider the battlefield of tomorrow. In the event of seeing aerial superiorit...


Clement Charpentreau
Frozen hell: 250 United passengers spend night stranded in a 777

Ever wondered what it would be like to travel on a Santa’s sleigh? We do not know either, but these unlucky passengers on United Airlines flight UA179 had the first-hand experience on what it would be like to spend the night on it. About 250 passengers of a United Airlines flight from New York to Hong Kong spent the night in their grounded plane after it diverted to Happy Valley-Goose Bay airport on January 19, 2019. The temperature wa...