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In Bahrain sink Boeing 747 will become adventure of underwater amusement park

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Jan 2019

In Bahrain sink Boeing 747 will become adventure of underwater amusement park

As the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism affirms it will be “the biggest underwater amusement park in the world that will take surface of more tan 100 thousands square meters”. The biggest underwater amusement park in the world will appear in Bahrain. The main adventure of this park will become submerged by the sea 70-meters long airplane Boeing 747. As department asserts it will…

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Boeing tested electric air-taxi

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Jan 2019

Boeing tested electric air-taxi

American aviation consortium Boeing tested the prototype of perspective quick electric air-taxi NeXt. According to the message of the company first flight of the machine took place on the company’s practice ground in Manassas and Virginia and was recognized fully successful. Large majority of electrical and hybrid air-taxis is elaborated in the form of multicopters that may do vertical take-off and landing and relatively quick…

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US aviation: Government Shutdown became “unbelievable” danger for national security

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Jan 2019

US aviation: Government Shutdown became “unbelievable” danger for national security

Trade unions that represent the interests of American air traffic control officers, pilots and stewards released common statement in which they named the shutdown “unbelievable” danger for national security informs New York Times. The text of this document was published on official web-site of Association of Flight Attendants (AFA). Authors of this statement have addressed with absolute appeal to the White House and the Congress…

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AirBaltic will immerse in Airbus A220 maintenance

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Jan 2019

AirBaltic will immerse in Airbus A220 maintenance

The biggest airline company among Baltic countries AirBaltic is planning to provide maintenance services for airplanes Airbus A220-300. These changes are only the beginning of the new strategy of AirBaltic Company that also includes plans to renew fleet of the airplanes by 2022-2023 by replacing existing airplanes with aircrafts Airbus A220. At present moment AirBaltic possesses 8 Boeing 737-300 and 737-500s, 12 airplanes Bombardier Q400…

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Airbus began building of the plant in USA that will assemble A220 airplanes

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Jan 2019

Airbus began building of the plant in USA that will assemble A220 airplanes

European aviation consortium Airbus began construction of new airplane in Mobil, state of Alabama, USA. On this plane will be organized assembly process of airplanes Airbus A220 (Bombardier CSeries) informs press office of the Airbus. Assembly line will have to satisfy increasing demand for A220 airplane in USA – the newest offer in the line of commercial Airbus airplanes, was marked in the company. Official…

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Canadian aviation authorities approved ETOPS 180 standards for Airbus A220

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Jan 2019

Canadian aviation authorities approved ETOPS 180 standards for Airbus A220

Canadian aviation authorities approved ETOPS 180 standards for Airbus A220 that allowed widening significantly its operational capabilities and make long flights above the water and remote areas and regions informs Airbus press office. A220 is first commercial airplane that got ETOPS certificate from Canadian aviation authorities. ETOPS 180 will be offered as one of the options for airplanes A220-100 and A220-300. So time en route…

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On January 15th eight large airports in Germany stopped working because of strike

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Jan 2019

On January 15th eight large airports in Germany stopped working because of strike

In eight large German airports on January 15th took place strike of the Aviation Security officers. Protest’s organizer is German trade union Verdi. Particularly work stoppage took place in the following airports Frankfurt on the Main, Hamburg, Munich, Hannover, Bremen, Leipzig/Halle, Dresden and Erfurt. Because of this are awaited mass flights’ delays and cancellations. As the announcement on the Frankfurt airport web-site says that due…

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British people considered Ryanair the worst airline company

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Jan 2019

British people considered Ryanair the worst airline company

Irish low-cost airline company Ryanair took the last 16th place in the list of European airline companies which were offered to be voted by tourists who participated in the research of British periodical Which?.. Tourists couldn’t excuse expensive meals on board and too big luggage fees. 5500 travelers participate in the survey to determine the worst European airline company. 16 air carriers that make short-haul…

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Boeing and Airbus have set records in sales of airplanes

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Jan 2019

Boeing and Airbus have set records in sales of airplanes

The past 2018 became the most successful in the history of civil aeronautics in deliveries of new airplanes. It became clear after two biggest manufacturers of the marker Boeing and Airbus published their reports. It is marked that Boeing delivered during the past year 806 civil airplanes that allowed Company to hold global leadership that was taken 7 years ago. Airbus is just 6 airplanes…

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Finnair was named the safest airline company in the world

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Jan 2019

Finnair was named the safest airline company in the world

State airline of Finland Finnair was named the most safe airline company in the world according to German Research Center JACDEC. It deals with flight safety analysis on air transport. Rating shows that Finnair has the less quantity of incidents, accidents related to flight safety and injuries out of 100 biggest airline companies in the world. In the published rating Finnair was given risk index…

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