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FAA Issues Emergency Airworthiness Directive For The Boeing 737
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The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered emergency inspections and parts replacement for any Boeing 737 that has been in storage…
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Qantas Ends Iconic 747 Service By Flying A Kangaroo Shape On Its Way To The Mojave Desert Boneyard
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Qantas flew its final 747-400 mission, a non-stop flight to California’s Mojave desert where the airplane boneyard is located where the…
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Indian Low Cost Carrier SpiceJet Plans To Fly To The US
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The Indian government has approved SpiceJet’s application to be recognized as an “Indian Scheduled Carrier” after completing the…
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AeroMexico Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection
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Mexican airline giant AeroMexico has announced they file bankruptcy under chapter 11 in order to restructure.  The Latin American…
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American Airlines To Close LAX Hub
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American has announced that it will be closing its international hub at Los Angeles International Airport and reducing some domestic hub…
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EU Bans Pakistan Airlines From Airspace Amid Fake Pilot’s License Scandal
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The EASA has temporarily banned all Pakistan International Airlines, PIA, from flying into, out of or over European airspace following a…
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American Airlines Say Flights Will Be Full Capacity Starting July 1st
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Forth Worth, Texas based American Airlines has announced that starting on July 1, they will allow flights to be fully booked and will no…
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United Airlines To Resume Service To Shanghai And Other Asian Cities
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United Airlines has announced that it will be resuming service to Shanghai via Seoul, South Korea’s Incheon International Airport twice…
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Boeing’s 737 Max To Begin Test Flights This Week
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The popular passenger airliner Boeing 737 Max will begin a set of test flights this week conducted by Boeing and the Federal Aviation…
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Spirit Airlines Fined $350,000 Over Bumping Passengers And False Claims
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Florida based Spirit Airlines was given a $350,000 fine by the U.S. Department of Transportation over improperly labeling bumped…
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