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American Airlines tells pilots: take vaccine on your own time

Added: 14.01.2021 15:41 | 6 views | 0 comments

The Federal Aviation Administration has said pilots and controllers must not fly or conduct safety-related duties for 48 hours after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

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Federal Aviation Administration adopts stricter unruly flyer policy with no warnings for passengers

Added: 13.01.2021 23:01 | 28 views | 0 comments

The FAA has adopted a stricter unruly flyer policy the week after a riot by supporters of President Donald Trump on Jan. 6 at the Capitol and incidents on multiple airlines.


How will we achieve carbon-neutral flight in future?

Added: 13.01.2021 17:28 | 11 views | 0 comments

Carbon-neutral aviation is possible, but in future, aircraft are likely to continue to be powered by fossil fuels. The CO2 they emit must be systematically stored underground. This is the most economical of various approaches researchers have compared in detail.

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Focus: Breaking Travel News investigates: IATA calls for government to reopen borders

Added: 13.01.2021 9:42 | 30 views | 0 comments

IATA director general, Alain de Juniac, has offered his first Covid-19 briefing for 2021 and called for government to focus on reopening borders to international aviation


[Ticker] France seeks EU money for US-hit winemakers

Added: 13.01.2021 6:23 | 11 views | 0 comments

France has urged the European Commission to hurry up with compensation for French winemakers hit by US tariffs. "I regret the slowness with which the European Commision is responding to our request about a compensation fund. This sector is hard hit and needs European support," French finance minister Bruno Le Maire said Tuesday. The US tariffs come in a long-standing transatlantic dispute on aviation subsidies.

Archer, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles partner to build eVTOL flying taxis - Roadshow

Added: 12.01.2021 13:00 | 19 views | 0 comments

The California-based aviation startup is working on an electric aircraft with a 60-mile range.

A 64-Year-Old Man Got To Ride In A Fighter Jet, Then Panicked And Accidentally Ejected Himself At 2,500 Feet

Added: 13.04.2020 19:24 | 1 views | 0 comments

A 64-year-old man's gift of a flight in a military fighter jet ended with the man accidentally hitting the "Eject" button in a panic and being launched from the aircraft at 2,500 feet, reports.
The comedy of errors that led to the incident began when the unidentified man's employees gifted him a ride in a Dassault Rafale B jet with an experienced pilot. The fighter jets, which can achieve a speed of about 870 miles per hour, are used by the French military.
The man and his team showed up at the Saint-Dizier air base in northeastern , where his employees had arranged for him to take the flight, even though the man had no military aviation experience and had never shown any interest in taking a ride in a fighter jet.
Even before climbing into the aircraft, data from the man's smartwatch shows that he began to panic as soon as he realized what was happening.



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