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Elixir two-seat piston-single secures European type certification

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Elixir says in contrast to traditional light aircraft, which are made up of thousands of parts, the main components of the Elixir are monocoque structures (www.flightglobal.com) More...

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SAA to operate emergency evacuation flights for foreigners.

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State airline SAA will from this week temporarily resume international operations to evacuate foreigners from various countries who are stuck in South Africa after the lockdown commenced last Friday. (mg.co.za) More...

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KLM And Qantas Retire Their Passenger 747s After Almost 50 Years Of Service

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Both KLM and Qantas retired their last passenger Boeing 747 flights on March 29, 2020, much earlier than initially planned. (www.gatechecked.com) More...

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Boeing 747-8i Private Business Jet

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See inside the the world's largest private jet: a Boeing 747 with an interior so large it took 4 years to design and build (www.businessinsider.com) More...

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Coronavirus: Grounded planes and deserted airport terminals

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Major airports around the UK have been left almost empty as demand for air travel has plummeted following the worldwide coronavirus outbreak. Various travel bans have caused many airlines to massively scale back flights, resulting in abandoned terminal buildings. (www.bbc.com) More...

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airBaltic Flies Nearly 7 Hour Airbus A220 Aid Flight

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Commercial passenger airlines all over the world are contributing their resources in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. airBaltic is no exception to this. Yesterday, the carrier flew one of its Airbus A220-300s from Riga (Latvia) to Urumqi (China) to transport vital medical supplies which will be used in Latvia. (simpleflying.com) More...

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EasyJet grounds entire fleet of planes due to virus

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EasyJet has grounded its entire fleet of planes and said it cannot give a date for when they will restart. (news.yahoo.com) More...

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Consolidating flights to US cities could help stem airline industry losses as coronavirus dampens demand, executives say

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U.S. airlines and the Department of Transportation may soon have to consider consolidating service to dozens of cities around the country in a bid to help carriers cut losses, several airline industry executives told CNBC. (www.cnbc.com) More...

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Laid off airline Cabin crews helping England's health service

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Thousands of EasyJet and Virgin airline staff are being offered work at the new NHS Nightingale Hospital in east London. Those who sign up will support nurses and clinicians at the coronavirus field hospital, the NHS said. Virgin Atlantic said furloughed staff who helped would be paid through the government retention scheme. NHS England said many airline staff were first aid trained and already had security clearance. The workers would be changing beds and performing other non-clinical tasks and… (www.bbc.com) More...

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German and French airforces ferrying Covid-19 patients from Italy and France to German and Swiss hospitals

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More French patients infected with COVID-19 have been transferred to hospitals in Germany and Switzerland, authorities have confirmed. The German Air Force confirmed on Twitter that one of its planes flew two patients from Strasbourg, in eastern France, to Ulm, in the southeastern German region of Baden-Wurttemberg. (www.euronews.com) More...

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You May See Fewer Starbucks Coffee Shops at U.S. Airports: Here's why

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You soon may see fewer Starbucks stores at U.S. airports, after HMSHost, which operates all of the roughly 400 terminal locations nationwide, severed its nearly 30-year-old exclusivity agreement with the famous coffee chain. (skift.com) More...

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