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Meet “Merkel One”: The New German Air Force Airbus A350

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The Executive Transport Wing of the German Government (Flugbereitschaft) will soon have one of three Airbus A350s (simpleflying.com) さらに...

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Dornier’s new-generation Seastar makes maiden sortie

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Dornier Seawings flew its new-generation Seastar amphibian for the first time on 28 March from its base in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany. (www.flightglobal.com) さらに...

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Aegean Airlines converts its A320/321 to cargo aircraft

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Greece’s flag carrier Aegean Airlines has changed the interior of two Airbus A320/321 aircraft in its fleet in order to be able to carry larger cargoes of medicine, supplies or other first aid medical material. (www.stattimes.com) さらに...

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Boeing will seek federal help but won't give taxpayers a stake

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Boeing still expects to get some help from the federal government. Just not the same kind of help that the airlines are set to receive. (www.cnn.com) さらに...

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USAF C-17 fly through China to Korea on Mar 25th 2020

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Quoted from a Chinese news source: On Mar 25, a USAF C-17 flied from Thailand through China airspace to Korea... (flightaware.com) さらに...

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Here is where airlines are parking all those grounded planes as travel dries up

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With demand for air travel in a nosedive, U.S. airlines are taking hundreds of commercial planes out of service and parking them in remote desert airports, with the hope that the aircraft will be back in the air shortly. (www.latimes.com) さらに...

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Japan’s Recon Phantoms Bow Out

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One more of the few remaining chapters in the long story of the Phantom drew to a close in early March when the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) flew its last missions with the RF-4E and RF-4EJ tactical reconnaissance aircraft. The aging McDonnell Douglas classic had served with the JASDF’s recon unit, 501 Hiko-tai at Hyakuri, for 45 years. (www.ainonline.com) さらに...

  • 5

London Gatwick to temporarily close North Terminal next month

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The airport believes that the move is the best way to protect staff, passengers and the business from the impact of COVID-19. The emergency measures will be in place from April 1 for one month, with the situation kept under regular review. (www.airport-world.com) さらに...

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As FAA workers test positive for coronavirus, are further airport disruptions expected?

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Air traffic controllers and other workers at 10 airports and control facilities across the country have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. (www.msn.com) さらに...

  • 5

Southwest Airlines Says It’s Losing ‘Big Money’ on Every Flight

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Southwest Airlines Co. is losing “big money” on every flight, raising the risk of worker furloughs in the longer-term despite billions of dollars in immediate aid from the U.S. government. (finance.yahoo.com) さらに...

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American Airlines flight attendant dies of coronavirus, elevating fears in the industry

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Paul Frishkorn, a Philadelphia-based American Airlines flight attendant and union representative, died Monday from coronavirus, the airline confirmed Thursday. "Earlier this week, we lost a respected, longtime member of the American Airlines family, who tested positive for COVID-19," a statement from American Airlines released Thursday read. "Our hearts go out to Paul’s loved ones, many of whom work for American." (www.usatoday.com) さらに...

  • 3

U.S. not bailing out airlines, Boeing not using federal money: Treasury Secretary

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said on Friday that the coronavirus economic stimulus bill before Congress is not an airline bailout and that taxpayers will be compensated for relief given to companies hobbled by the global pandemic. At the same time, Mnuchin said in an interview with Fox Business Network that plane-maker Boeing Co <BA.N> has not requested government help. (news.yahoo.com) さらに...

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The Airlines Most in Danger of Going Under During the Crisis

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The global airline industry has never had it so bad. Not even after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Airlines could lose a quarter of a trillion dollars in revenue this year, according to the International Air Transport Association, as travel comes to a standstill with countries locked down to fight the coronavirus. Most carriers will go bankrupt by the end of May if they can’t find support, Sydney-based CAPA Centre for Aviation said last week. “In this very difficult period, it will only be the… (finance.yahoo.com) さらに...

  • 14

One Last Not Ordinary Flight Before Retirement For Both Pilots

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two Air Canada pilots make together their retirement flight on a rescue flight... (www.fliegerfaust.com) さらに...

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Video at KTUL from Newson6.com Dustin Stone of AA aircraft parked

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A lot of aircraft here. Dustin has some other great videos from the news helicopter. His back seater on video is great. Sorry if you aren't on facebook and cant see it. (www.facebook.com) さらに...

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Alaska Airlines to Slash Capacity by 70%, Suspends Dividends

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Alaska Air Group’s ALK subsidiary Alaska Airlines plans to reduce capacity by 70% for April and May due to “historic and unprecedented” decline in demand as coronavirus concerns evolve. The company is witnessing more than 80% drop in demand. Given the current crisis, the carrier expects to make such large number of flight cancelations in the next several months as well. (finance.yahoo.com) さらに...

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Airlines are doing away with middle seats and beverage service

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Fliers in the United States have gotten used to bringing their own food, but now they'll have to bring their own beverages, too. Major US airlines are implementing substantial changes to the few free things passengers still receive on airplanes, including drinks and snacks, because of the coronavirus pandemic. (www.cnn.com) さらに...

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Airline Workers Will Be Paid Until Sept. 30 As Labor Unions Secure Historic Protections

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As Congress prepares to approve a $2 trillion stimulus bill to mitigate the financial impact of the corona virus, airline labor unions appear to have achieved unprecedented success in extending its protections to their workers. (www.forbes.com) さらに...

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FAA Eyes Places to Park Planes

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The Federal Aviation Administration wants to know how much room the St. Louis Regional Airport has to park planes. On March 20, the East Alton airport and others in the FAA’s Great Lakes Region were questioned about potential capacity for aircraft parking. The FAA Great Lakes Region includes airports in Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. (www.ttnews.com) さらに...

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TSA officer at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport tests positive for coronavirus

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A TSA officer at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport tested positive for the coronavirus, the Port of Seattle announced Tuesday. The officer last worked the morning shift March 21 at checkpoint 5, which is currently closed for additional cleaning. (www.kiro7.com) さらに...

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Nearly 9 in 10 Passengers Have Disappeared From Portland International Airport

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Passenger volume at Portland International Airport has declined 87 percent from what it was this time last year. Another sign that travel to and from PDX is cratering: Hawaiian Airlines today announced it is suspending all flights between Portland International Airport and the Hawaiian Islands. (www.wweek.com) さらに...

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FAA Set to Launch Denver Metroplex Procedures Implementation Plan

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The FAA will implement new or revised instrument procedures as part of the Denver Metroplex initiative on March 26. (nbaa.org) さらに...

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FAA says no passengers on Collings Foundation aircraft after deadly CT crash

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In a recent ruling, the Federal Aviation Administration revoked the Collings Foundation’s permission to have passengers aboard its aircraft after a deadly crash last October, citing various safety reasons. The ruling comes nearly six months after a World War II B-17 bomber Nine O Nine — owned by the Collings Foundation — crashed soon after taking off from Bradley International Airport on Oct. 2, 2019. (www.ctpost.com) さらに...

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After a week, McCarran Tower (KLAS) back online

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The air traffic control tower at McCarran International Airport reopened Wednesday morning, a week after being shut down by the Federal Aviation Administration following a controller’s positive test for the novel coronavirus. (www.reviewjournal.com) さらに...

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Boeing Stock up 32%

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If it up 32%, then they sure as heck dont need any bailout whatsoever.....They need to go to the banks and borrow like everyone else... (www.cnn.com) さらに...

  • 24

Delta Air Lines Hangar Foamed Out After Fire Suppression System Fault

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A Delta Air Lines maintenance hangar at Los Angeles International Airport was foamed out after its fire suppression system malfunctioned. (www.gatechecked.com) さらに...

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Serve Air Cargo Boeing 727F Rolls Out Of Control After Hydraulic Failure

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A Serve Air Cargo Boeing 727-200 freighter departed from (FIH), Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, when it was forced to turn back after experiencing a hydraulic problem shortly after takeoff. Just after the pilots vacated the aircraft via the emergency slides, the aircraft started to roll back. (www.gatechecked.com) さらに...

  • 13

Chinese students fleeing virus-hit U.S. pay $20,000 for seats on private jets

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As the coronavirus spreads across the United States, Chinese students from wealthy families are persuading their parents to pay tens of thousands of dollars for seats on private jets to get home. (uk.reuters.com) さらに...

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Boeing 737 Max Production Aiming to Resume in May

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Boeing is reportedly planning to restart its 737 Max production by May, global coronavirus pandemic actions permitting, according to sources Tuesday. (www.thestreet.com) さらに...

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Volcano’s Eruption Disrupts Flights at Manila’s Main Airport

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Several planes stranded at the Manila airport may be allowed to take off Monday once they are cleaned of ash and authorities are sure an easterly shift in ash-laden wind away from the capital would not revert, airport general Ed Monreal told a news conference. The airport cannot accommodate incoming flights until stranded aircraft fly out and free up parking bays, he said. (skift.com) さらに...

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Airlines could completely shut down flights in the US as the coronavirus rages on

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US airlines are preparing plans to essentially shut down, virtually ending all passenger flights within the US, The Wall Street Journal reported. At the same time, government agencies are considering a shutdown order, as the nation's air-traffic control system is increasingly impacted by the virus. (www.businessinsider.com) さらに...

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Airlines would get billions in bailout, while noncitizen airport workers could get none

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Major airlines would receive billions of dollars in taxpayer-funded federal bailout money in the coronavirus stimulus package working its way through Congress, but many of the estimated 4,000 noncitizens who work at San Francisco International Airport might not get a dime. (www.sfchronicle.com) さらに...

  • 14

El Al adds additional flights to return Israelis back from abroad

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El Al flights leaving throughout the wee are expected to take off from India, Australia, Brazil, and Costa Rica. The Foriegn Ministry has made many efforts to bring Israelis home from abroad recently, as the coronavirus has casused more and more countries to close their airspaces around the world. (www.jpost.com) さらに...

  • 26

Ryanair To Ground Flights Until May

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The Ryanair Group expects most of its flights to be grounded from Tuesday 24th March until the end of May, according to its CEO Michael O’Leary. The announcement comes today in a message from O’Leary to all Ryanair Group airline customers, citing governments’ unprecedented restrictions on citizen movement, specifically with bans that have closed Europe to all but a tiny number of repatriation/rescue flights. (airwaysmag.com) さらに...

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Why student pilots should start with round dials, not glass cockpits.

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When a prospective pilot walks into our flight school at Sporty’s, one of the most common questions we hear is, “Should I learn to fly with steam gauges or a glass cockpit?” Like most questions in life, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer, but the prevailing wisdom suggests it’s better to start on steam and transition to glass than vice versa. (www.planeandpilotmag.com) さらに...

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Grounded Airliners Around The World

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Pictures of some of the largest airports in the world with fleets of their main air carriers sitting grounded in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. (thepointsguy.com) さらに...

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Is China’s COMAC C919 Serious Competition For The 737 MAX?

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In previous articles, we have argued that the COMAC range of aircraft poses future competition to the duopoly of Airbus and Boeing. (simpleflying.com) さらに...

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Biomimicry: A fresh approach to aircraft innovation

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Rethinking aircraft design by imitating nature’s best-kept secrets could help solve a variety of aviation challenges. (airlinerwatch.com) さらに...

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United Airlines warns off massive layoffs without government support

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The airline’s CEO, Oscar Munoz, its president and four union officials said Friday that without federal help this month, “our company will begin to take the necessary steps to reduce our payroll” to match a 60% reduction in flying planned for April. (airlinerwatch.com) さらに...

  • 10

Easyjet shareholders get £174 million dividends as airline appeals for taxpayer support

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Easyjet has sparked outrage after paying shareholders £174 million in dividends despite appealing for taxpayer support through the coronavirus pandemic. (www.thelondoneconomic.com) さらに...

  • 6

Airbus partially resumes production in France and Spain

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Coronavirus | The measures are being implemented in all other installations of the manufacturer... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) さらに...

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Boeing Worker Dies From Coronavirus

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A worker at Boeing’s Everett plant has died after becoming infected with the novel coronavirus. The death is the first recorded among Boeing’s employees, and comes as the first worker at their South Carolina plant tests positive for COVID-19. (simpleflying.com) さらに...

  • 15

U.S. airlines don’t need a bailout to stay in business

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With flight bookings in free fall, U.S. airlines have gone to Washington with their hands out, asking for more than $50 billion in loans. Yet there is no danger that the airlines are about to disappear, leaving the flying public grounded after the coronavirus crisis passes. Without a bailout, the air carriers would renegotiate their terms of credit with their lenders outside court, or they would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Either way, they would keep flying. (www.washingtonpost.com) さらに...

  • 10

Parked Delta Planes Shut Down Runway At Atlanta

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Delta is taking some major steps when it comes to parking its grounded aircraft. It appears that Delta’s parked planes in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport have now shut down a runway at the world’s busiest airport. 600 of our 900 planes grounded and 3 of 5 runways in the busiest airport in the world are being used as parking lots (simpleflying.com) さらに...

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Small plane crashes on Johns Island near Charleston Executive Airport

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Authorities are searching for the pilot of a twin-engine plane that crashed Saturday night. A Cessna 310 traveling from Rocky Mount, N.C., was headed to Florida but was trying to land at Charleston Executive Airport around 7 p.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration. As the pilot tried to land, the plane crashed into the woods about a mile north of the airport, the FAA said. A woman who answered the phone at Charleston Executive Airport declined to answer any questions. (www.postandcourier.com) さらに...

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Boeing Temporarily Suspends Production At Puget Sound

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Boeing temporarily suspends production at Puget Sound. The shutdown is inline with Boeing’s focus on a safe and orderly suspension of operations, it is expected to last 14 days starting on March 25. This action is to ensure the well-being of its employees, their families and the local community in response of the COVID-19 Pandemic. (news.flightag.com) さらに...

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