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In January Boeing hasn’t received any order for airplanes

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Feb 2020

In January Boeing hasn’t received any order for airplanes

American aviation consortium Boeing hasn’t received orders in January reports the company’s web-site. Last month company delivered 12 airplanes including passenger 737 Dreamliner and 777 and also tanker-cargo aircrafts KC-46A for U.S. Air Force. And the company hasn’t received any order cancellation. In 2019 Boeing lost orders for approximately 200 airplanes 737 MAX because of their flights’ suspension after two air crashes. In January of…

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Passenger airplane of Aer Lingus company in the Britain sky was struck by lightning

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Feb 2020

Passenger airplane of Aer Lingus company in the Britain sky was struck by lightning

Daily Mail edition published video on which is registered lightning strike into passenger airplane in Great Britain sky. However, air carrier decided not to cancel the flight. Incident took place on February 9th. The video shows the moment of lightning strike into the airplane that was accompanied by a vivid flash of lightning during flight above residential area. Passenger airplane that flew in the Britain…

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One of the biggest Italian airline companies declared its liquidation

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Feb 2020

One of the biggest Italian airline companies declared its liquidation

Airline Company Air Italy will stop making flights and starts liquidation process. This information was published on the company’s web-site on February 11th. It is marked that the routes with departures in the period from February 11th to 25th will be carried by other air carriers, time and date of the flight remain the same. Passengers will be able to use tickets that they bought…

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40 contracts of Airbus at Heli-Expo 2020

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Feb 2020

40 contracts of Airbus at Heli-Expo 2020

At the Heli-Expo 2020 exhibition Airbus Helicopters company signed contracts for delivery of 38 helicopters and also agreed about retrofit of 20 helicopters H145 to new five-blade version. German air search and rescue service DRF Luftrettung placed order for 15 machines H145 what makes it the biggest operator of helicopters of this model. During the exhibition Airbus Helicopters company also announced increase of H125 cargo…

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Latvian civil aviation renewed records

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Feb 2020

Latvian civil aviation renewed records

The market of Latvian civil aviation – the biggest in production performance among Baltic states – continues to develop. The main players of this market are two passenger airline companies – Air Baltic and Smart Lynx and also Riga Capital Airport demonstrated positive dynamics during previous year. Taking into consideration that population of Latvia in 2019 made about 1,9 million people their data do impress….

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Britain aviation plans to refuse traditional fuel in 30 years

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Feb 2020

Britain aviation plans to refuse traditional fuel in 30 years

Britain aviation industry plans to combine economic growth with ecological measures. According to new strategy Sustainable Aviation is going to reach zero emissions to 2050, increasing at the same time number of flights by 70%. Ecologists doubt about success of such plan and consider that without flights’ reduction climatic progress cannot be reached. As Business Traveler informs, Sustainable Aviation published their Decarbonization Road Map in…

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Experts made rating of the safest airline companies

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Feb 2020

Experts made rating of the safest airline companies

The safest airline companies were estimated according to several factors, including the age of the airplanes. Australian Airline Company Qantas was named the safest in the world. New Zealand airline company Air New Zealand and Taiwanese airline company EVA Air took second and third place correspondingly. Experts estimated airline companies according to number characteristics: the age of the airplanes, number of air crashes and serious…

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Airplane Boeing 777X finished first test flight

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Feb 2020

Airplane Boeing 777X finished first test flight

The airplane spent in the air about four hours. Wide-body airplane Boeing 777X on Saturday, January 25th made first test flight. Broadcast of the take-off and landing was made on the web-site by American corporation Boeing. Flight duration made almost 4 hours, it took place above Washington state. Airplane took off in the airport of Everett city suburbs and landed in the Seattle airport. As…

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Brazil approved merging of Boeing and Embraer companies

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Feb 2020

Brazil approved merging of Boeing and Embraer companies

European Commission is the last instance that has to approve transaction on merging Boeing and Embraer companies to be considered fulfilled. Administrative Council for Economic Defense in Brazil approved merging of American Consortium Boeing and Brazilian aviation company Embraer. As Boeing press-release, published on January 27th, informs now European Commission is the last regulating instance that has to approve transaction so it can acquire legal…

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Woman was allowed to the airplane on a baby’s passport

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Feb 2020

Woman was allowed to the airplane on a baby’s passport

Woman managed to get to international flight on a baby’s passport – Independent informs. 33 years old Lenesha Riley was going to fly to Berlin from London airport Luton with the airplane of EasyJet airline company. When going to airport woman mixed up passports and occasionally took with her the document of her little son James. Not the Customs control in Luton not the personnel…

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