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The safest airline companies during Covid-19 were named

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Jan 2021

The safest airline companies during Covid-19 were named

“Covid-safety” rating of the world airline companies presented Britain marketing company Skytrax. As the company’s experts clamed these “Covid-19 ratings” include estimation of such parameters as cleanliness in the airport and on board, social distancing, use of masks, disinfecting agents and other systems of hygiene improvement. In the rating participate 43 airline companies all over the world. Not all received estimation as of yet –…

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Airline company KLM will suspend long-haul flights because of coronavirus measure

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Jan 2021

Airline company KLM will suspend long-haul flights because of coronavirus measure

Netherland airline company KLM will suspend temporarily to make all long-haul flights due to restrictions imposed by the government of Netherlands in terms of struggle with coronavirus infection – informs Het Parool edition with the reference to representative of the airline company. Earlier government of Netherlands informed that from January 23rd will ask people who arrive to the country by air or water to present…

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Airbus for the 2nd year in a row became the biggest manufacturer of the airplanes in the world

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Jan 2021

Airbus for the 2nd year in a row became the biggest manufacturer of the airplanes in the world

European Airbus for the second year in a row became the biggest manufacturer of the airplanes in the world despite decline in production by 35%. American Boeing in 2020 delivered almost five times less airplanes because of stopped production of 737 MAX. Deliveries of Airbus airplanes in 2020 fell because of pandemic by 35% as compared to previous year, but aviation company again significantly moves…

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Boeing 737 MAX may get flight permission in Europe till the end of January

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Jan 2021

Boeing 737 MAX may get flight permission in Europe till the end of January

Permission on flights of Boeing 737 that after two air crashes with this type of airplanes were suspended almost one and half year ago European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) intends to approve next week. This was informed by Patrick Cai, EASA Executive Director. According to his words EASA during the last week of January plans to publish airworthiness directive. As was earlier informed airplane Boeing…

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Airbus company delivered to China 99 civil airplanes in 2020

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Jan 2021

Airbus company delivered to China 99 civil airplanes in 2020

In 2020 Airbus delivered to Chinese market 99 civil airplanes that made 17,5% from global annual volume of Airbus deliveries, certify Airbus China data. Chinese market played vital role in contribution to recuperation of global industry of civil aviation that seriously suffered due to negative influence of COVID-19, company marked. Deliveries of the airplanes stated above furthered to constant growth of the Chinese fleet in…

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Airline company Congo Airways placed firm order for two airplanes Embraer E195-E2

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Jan 2021

Airline company Congo Airways placed firm order for two airplanes Embraer E195-E2

Just within six months after their first order on the airplanes Embraer E-190 of E2 generation, airline company Congo Airways placed firm order for two more airplanes E-195-E2 – informs Embraer press service. Total value of the transaction for four airplanes made 272 million USD at current catalogue prices. Desire Bantu, the CEO of Congo Airways: “We see an opportunity in our market and the…

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How the most dangerous airports in the world look like?

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Jan 2021

How the most dangerous airports in the world look like?

According to statistics, airplane is the safest transport. However, many people still have fear to fly. Some people are afraid due to lack of knowledge, other are just afraid of the height, closed spaces and loss of control. Some people are scared by messages about air crashes. However most of those who are afraid to fly can calm themselves with the fact that there are…

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Deliveries of Airbus airplanes reduced in 2020 by 34,5%

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Jan 2021

Deliveries of Airbus airplanes reduced in 2020 by 34,5%

European aviation corporation Airbus delivered to customers 566 airplanes in 2020 that is approximately by 34,5% less than in 2019 (863 airplanes) – informs press service of the company. “Airbus SE delivered 566 commercial airplanes to 87 customers in 2020 in line with the production adaptation plan set out in April 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic”, – the company’s message says. In order…

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IATA experts named steps that will return airplanes in the sky

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Jan 2021

IATA experts named steps that will return airplanes in the sky

International Air Transport Association (IATA) specialists developed program that consists of steps that will allow opening borders and resume work of aviation. They foresee introduction of various measures on the ground and in the air that reduce coronavirus spreading. It is supposed that airports, airline companies and authorities should join the program, avianews.com informs. On the ground is necessary to introduce testing for coronavirus, to…

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Only one European airline company entered TOP-10 rating of the safest in the world

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Jan 2021

Only one European airline company entered TOP-10 rating of the safest in the world

The safest have been declared Australian, New Zealand and Qatar carriers. Rating of the safest airline companies for the second year in a row headed Australian air carrier Qantas. In top-3 also are Air New Zealand and Qatar Airways. Annual rating was compiled by AirlineRatings that analyzes work of air carriers. Even more Australian Qantas was considered the most experienced airline company in the industry…

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