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Germany's Lufthansa is set to buy 40% stake in Alitalia's successor ITA - paper

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Germany's Lufthansa is set to buy a 40% stake in state-owned Alitalia's successor ITA Airways and a deal could be unveiled next week, Italian daily Il Foglio reported on Saturday. ITA Airways started flying on Oct. 15 with nearly 2,300 employees and a fleet less than half the size of that operated by Alitalia, the 75-year old former national carrier which passed through a dizzying succession of restructurings and changes of ownership. The newspaper did not give a price for any deal,… (www.yahoo.com) Más...

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"le roll-out" d'un nouveau prototype du quadriturbine AG600

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Le programme de l'amphibie d'Avic se poursuit avec, il y a quelques jours, "le roll-out" d'un nouveau prototype du quadriturbine AG600. Ce second appareil fait apparaître de notables différences extérieures avec son prédécesseur. (www.aerobuzz.fr) Más...

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Last operational flight of the Buffalo

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The flight crew of the last operational flight of the Buffalo share their feelings. (fb.watch) Más...

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The probes/ sensors on the A350 Nose explained

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A video explaining all the probes and sensors on the nose of the A350. SSA- Side Slip Angle (X3) PFCS AOA- Primary Flight Control System Angle Of Attack (x1) MFP- Multi Function Probe (x3) Ice Detector (x2) Stand by Pitot (x1) (www.youtube.com) Más...

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American Airlines is suing The Points Guy for letting customers manage frequent flyer miles on the TPG app

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American Airlines is suing The Points Guy over the management of customers' frequent flyer miles. The airline previously sent TPG a cease-and-desist notice, leading TPG to preemptively sue. American says the data isn't secure outside its system, but TPG says customers should decide. American Airlines is suing The Points Guy over the TPG app's frequent flyer mile management tool, saying it violates trademark and privacy rules. The lawsuit is the latest escalation in a dispute… (www.yahoo.com) Más...

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The Top Five Shortest Flights in America

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Five of the shortest flights in the mainland United States. These routes are still flying thanks to the Essential Air Service Act. (aeroxplorer.com) Más...

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Airlines in Europe Say They Are Flying Near-Empty Planes as Omicron Derails Travel. They Say E.U. Rules Mean They Can’t Stop

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Lufthansa says it may need to operate 18,000 "poorly booked" flights this winter to keep airport slots. It and other carriers want the EU to remove use-or-lose slot threshold requirements through the pandemic at least. Those rules were lifted early in the outbreak, but have since been reinstated at reduced levels. An EU official says the airlines' "ghost flight" claims don't square with the data, which measured early January passenger traffic at 77% of its… (www.msn.com) Más...

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Frontier Airlines Goes Head-to-Head with Southwest

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Ultra-low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines recently announced their plans to begin flights to Chicago’s Midway Airport and Houston’s Hobby Airport in the spring of 2022. This decision, though consistent with Frontier’s priorities, will place them head-to-head against low-fare king Southwest Airlines. (aeroxplorer.com) Más...

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Exclusive: Pilots of World’s Largest Airplane Reveal Flight Details

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Stratolauncher pilot Mark Giddings, along with co-pilot Evan Thomas and flight engineer Jake Riley, successfully completed Sunday’s third test flight of the world’s largest airplane—nicknamed Roc—which is scheduled to begin air-launching hypersonic test vehicles later this year. (www.flyingmag.com) Más...

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Delta passenger flight charged for refusing mask, mooning passengers

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An Irish man on a Delta Air Lines flight from Dublin to New York is accused of refusing to wear a face mask, throwing an empty can that hit another passenger and pulling down his pants and exposing his buttocks to a flight attendant and others nearby. (www.foxbusiness.com) Más...

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United Airlines Flight Turned Back

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An hour and a half into a New York to Israel flight, flight attendants approached two Israeli passengers who were seated in business class. The attendants asked for their tickets to see if they were indeed supposed to be sitting there. The two passengers did not present tickets. Instead they became disruptive. Ultimately, the plane was forced to turn around and the passengers were taken off. (www.jpost.com) Más...

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The 5G Fiasco From An Airline Pilot’s Point Of View

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The rollout of 5G wireless service across the United States and its impact on air travel has become a massive story. It seems beyond comprehension that possible complications with the high-speed data networking services wouldn't have been deconflicted for flight safety long ago, but with tens of billions of dollars invested in these networks... (www.thedrive.com) Más...

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Teen becomes youngest woman to fly solo around the world

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Teenager Zara Rutherford has become the youngest woman ever to fly solo around the world. The 19-year-old pilot took five months to complete the world record flight, covering 52 countries along the 32,000 mile (51,000 km) journey. She said she was in tears during the final leg to Belgium, and was looking forward to seeing her cats. Ms Rutherford hopes to become an astronaut and to inspire more young women to become pilots. (www.bbc.com) Más...

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The Infuriating Sundance Documentary Exposing Boeing’s Deadly 737 MAX Cover-Up

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Downfall: The Case Against Boeing is a story about how a revered company compromised its reputation in five short months—except, however, that Rory Kennedy’s documentary argues that this process actually began years earlier, when Boeing, once the standard-bearer for airline safety, efficiency, reliability and performance, was purchased in 1997 by McDonnell Douglas. That merger initiated Boeing’s fundamental transformation into a manufacturer that cared less about quality control than its stock… (www.yahoo.com) Más...

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Airline CEOs make U-turn, now say 5G isn’t a big problem for altimeters

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The Federal Aviation Administration's fight against AT&T's and Verizon's new 5G deployment appears to be coming to a temporary close, with the FAA having cleared about 78 percent of US planes for landing in low-visibility conditions. Airline CEOs are striking an upbeat tone, with one saying the process of ensuring that airplane altimeters work in 5G areas is "really not that complicated." Over the past week, the FAA announced clearances for 13 altimeters that can… (arstechnica.com) Más...

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