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Unusual Names Of Waypoints Used For Airplanes' Navigation

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Aviation relies on so-called "waypoints" — geographic coordinates in the sky that help with navigation. And all the waypoints are named with five-letter designations, sometimes funny and odd. (www.npr.org) Más...

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Airline stocks take off as COVID-19 restrictions ease, more travelers fly

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Shares of airlines took flight Tuesday, amid growing investor optimism over the easing of COVID-19 related lockdown restrictions and as government data showed a continued increase in air travelers. (www.marketwatch.com) Más...

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Emirates A380 Pilots Can’t Make Certain Approaches In Australia

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Emirates Airbus A380 pilots do not have permission to make particular types of approaches when flying to Australia and New Zealand. Australian authorities share that two separate incidents in Melbourne during the summer of 2016 led to this decision. (simpleflying.com) Más...

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How the ACJ320neo family has come of age

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Five years ago John Leahy, then Airbus chief operating officer, made his first and only visit to EBACE, to sign a single aircraft deal that heralded the launch of the ACJ320neo family, and a new era for the corporate airliner family. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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At Emirates, passenger planes are “converted” into Freighters

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To further optimize operations and cargo-carrying capacity, Emirates SkyCargo began to transport cargo in the hand luggage compartments and seats of its Boeing 777-300ER passenger aircraft... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Más...

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Aeromexico Carried Out the Longest Flight of its History

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Mexico City, Mexico - Mexico's national carrier Aeromexico has carried out the longest flight in its history and that of Mexico. A Boeing 787-9 of AeroMexico made a non-stop flight from Shenzhen, China, to Mexico City. (www.airlinerwatch.com) Más...

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American Airlines says to cut management and support staff by 30%

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American Airlines Group Inc must reduce its management and support staff by about 30% and may have to cut frontline employees as it downsizes due to the coronavirus outbreak, showed a letter to employees made public on Wednesday. All major U.S. airlines have said they will need to shrink in the fall, once U.S. government payroll aid that bans involuntary job cuts expires on Sept. 30. Competitor United Airlines Holdings Inc has also said it will need to reduce its management and administrative… (www.yahoo.com) Más...

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Lufthansa refuses to approve $9.9 billion bailout over EU conditions

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German airline Lufthansa refused to approve a €9 billion ($9.9 billion) state bailout on Wednesday due to concerns over conditions imposed by the European Union that would have forced the stricken carrier to give up key slots at two of its main hubs. As part of the rescue package, which would give the German government a 20% stake in the airline, the European Commission wants Lufthansa LHA, +1.02% to give up a number of its takeoff and landing slots at Frankfurt and Munich airports. It comes… (www.marketwatch.com) Más...

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Coronavirus: ORLY AIRPORT COULD REOPEN ON JUNE 26TH, 2020

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Could Orly airport reopen for summer? According to Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, interviewed by RTL, reopening the airport on June 26th, 2020 could be possible if the health situation allows it. The coronavirus epidemic causes heavy consequences for some fields. In Paris, tourism suffers from this health crisis and the collapse of the air traffic led to the closure of the Orly airport starting Tuesday March 31, 2020. The day before containment exit in France, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari says on RTL that… (www.sortiraparis.com) Más...

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Nearly 7,000 workers to lose jobs in Boeing’s first wave of job cuts

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Boeing will notify nearly 7,000 employees this week that their jobs will be eliminated as part of a 10% companywide staff reduction that targets the aerospace giant’s commercial aircraft business. (www.cnn.com) Más...

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How We Made: Airplane!

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We used to seek out movies that were mind-numbingly serious and dub them with our own voices. Late one night, we caught Zero Hour! – a 1957 film about a former world war two pilot landing a stricken passenger flight – and thought: “Why don’t we recreate this whole movie instead?” (www.theguardian.com) Más...

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easyJet Plans 30% Cut To Workforce

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Low-cost carrier easyJet (U2) has announced that it plans to cut its workforce by around 30%, a decision subject to consultation. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Delta Cancels A350 Purchase From LATAM, Continues Joint-Venture Despite LATAM’s Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filing

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Delta Air Lines DAL and LATAM have modified their partnership agreement as Latin America’s largest airline group files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring. Delta will pay LATAM $62 million for cancelling their agreement for Delta to purchase four of LATAM’s already delivered Airbus A350 aircraft, LATAM said in a court filing. The four A350s were part of Delta and LATAM’s 2019 partnership agreement that also saw Delta takeover 10 of LATAM’s future A350 deliveries. The change involving the 10… (www.forbes.com) Más...

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