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'I can see her underwear and breasts' Airline passenger slams AirAsia for 'offensive' attendant uniform

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An airline passenger has expressed her disgust after claiming she could see the breasts and underwear of a flight attendant. Dr June Robertson, from New Zeland, frequently flies to Malaysia. But she was so shocked by the revealing uniforms worn by stewards of AirAsia that she wrote a furious letter of complaint to a Malaysian senator. (www.dailyrecord.co.uk) Más...

Air Lease Corporation Announces the Placement of Two New Airbus A321-200s with Frontier Airlines

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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Air Lease Corporation (NYSE:AL) announced long term lease agreements with Frontier Airlines, an ultra-low-cost carrier based in the United States, for two new Airbus A321-200s. These aircraft are from ALC’s order book with Airbus and will deliver in the fourth quarter of 2018. This agreement follows two new A320-200s delivered from ALC to the airline in 2016. (globenewswire.com) Más...

Cheapest holiday destinations 2018: 11 return flights for less than £20

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IF YOU’RE looking for a last-minute bargain break check out these ridiculously cheap flights. oing abroad doesn’t have to be expensive as these insanely cheap flight prices prove. If you thought you couldn’t afford to fork out for a holiday, think again. When looking for bargain flights it’s best to be as flexible as you can with dates and to use comparison sites like Skyscanner or Opodo. (daily.travelflip.net) Más...

GA Groups ask DOT To Reopen Aircraft Registry During Shutdown

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AOPA and five other general aviation groups sent a letter asking Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Elaine L. Chao to reopen the FAA aircraft registry, which is closed because of the ongoing federal government shutdown. (www.aopa.org) Más...

After Emirate's kiss of life, the next savior for A380 program would be British Airways

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According to Bloomberg, British Airways would be the next buyer of A380 in 2018 after Emirates who recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the 36 superjumbos. (airlinerwatch.com) Más...

In an Eye-Opening Announcement, United Airlines Claimed It's Going to Finally Tell Passengers the Truth

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Recently, United Airlines has been on something of a please-the-passenger kick. Which is better than kicking the passenger for pleasure, surely. Last week, I wrote about how the airline is finally introducing a long-haul Premium Economy Class -- called Premium Plus -- something passengers have been craving for, oh, 25 years. Now, United is getting positively giddy. It's decided to start telling passengers the truth. Yes, the whole truth. (www.inc.com) Más...

Russian Tu-160 Blackjack Intercepted Over The North Sea

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On Jan. 17, the Belgian MoD released an interesting footage filmed through the pilots JHMCS that projects flight parameters (heading, speed, altitude, etc) and aiming data onto the helmet visor (in other words, in air-to-air role, pilots can cue onboard weapons against enemy aircraft merely by pointing their heads at the targets). (theaviationist.com) Más...

JAL Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Helsinki on Jan 21st 2018, engine problem

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A JAL Japan Airlines Boeing 787-900, registration JA861J performing flight JL-414 from Helsinki (Finland) to Tokyo Narita (Japan), was in the initial climb out of Helsinki's runway 22R when ground observers heard loud bangs and streaks of flames from the right hand engine (GEnx). (www.aeroinside.com) Más...

Switzerland Readies for World Economic Forum Traffic

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Airports in Switzerland are preparing for the influx of business aviation traffic headed to World Economic Forum (WEF), held each year in the resort town of Davos. Based on past years, there could be as many as 1,000 private jet flights in the area for the event, which begins on January 23 and runs through January 26. (www.ainonline.com) Más...

American Airlines flight attendants complain about the tiny bathrooms on the 737 MAX

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Passengers who fly on American Airlines’ 737 Max planes will probably notice that the lavatories are extra small, with sinks so tiny that fliers can only wash one hand at a time. (www.latimes.com) Más...

Inside the $350 million Emirates complex designed to fix the Airbus A380 superjumbo

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Over the past three decades, Emirates has become a global aviation powerhouse. The Dubai, United Arab Emirates-based airline now operates the world's largest fleet Airbus A380s and Boeing 777s. (www.businessinsider.com) Más...

Not Sure Of Travel Plans? Air India’s Fly For Sure Offer Now Allows Flight Change Facility

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Air India’s ‘Fly for Sure offer’ is applicable for passengers wanting to prepone or postpone their original booked flights to an alternate flight of Air India operating on the same day. (daily.travelflip.net) Más...

Canada triggers NAFTA Chapter 19 over hefty Bombardier tariffs

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OTTAWA – The federal government has filed requests for panel reviews under NAFTA Chapter 19 to appeal final U.S. decisions to impose duties on imports of Bombardier C Series aircraft and softwood lumber from Canada. (globalnews.ca) Más...

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