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The US regulator mandates additional measure for inadvertent autopilot engagement in A220s during take-off

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WASHINGTON — The Federal Aviation Administration revealed two of 38 Airbus A220 take-off incidents were nearly catastrophic. The unintentional autopilot engagement requires additional precautionary measures to prevent a recurrence, the US regulator says. (www.airlinerwatch.com) More...

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Avianca Reveals A New Retro Aircraft With A LACSA Livery

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On Thursday, Avianca introduced a third vintage aircraft, painted with a livery of LACSA. This Costa Rican airline existed between 1945 and 2017 when Avianca decided to end the brand and merge it entirely into its ranks. A third retro livery Earlier this month, Avianca revealed an Airbus A320 painted with a retro livery, showing the logo of the former TACA, an airline that existed between 1931 and 2009 and merged with Avianca. This was the second retro livery introduced by the Colombian… (www.msn.com) More...

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Cirrus goes down near Indy Regional

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MOUNT COMFORT, Ind. — Zach King was spending his Friday morning like any other, in the backyard. "We were outside playing with the dog and we heard a very loud noise, like a jet engine. Extremely loud for this area," said King, who lives near the Indianapolis Regional Airport in Hancock County. "Normally we hear them all the time, but it was really loud. Shaking the windows kind of loud." Emergency crews responded to a small plane crash around 8 a.m. in the area Friday. (www.wthr.com) More...

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Halifax air crash voice recording can be disclosed in civil case

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The Supreme Court of Canada says the cockpit voice recording from an Air Canada plane that crashed on a Halifax runway can be disclosed to parties in a class-action lawsuit. (halifax.citynews.ca) More...

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Frontier Airlines CEO Gave A Bizarre CNN Interview, What Was He Thinking?

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Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle appeared on CNN, where he was questioned about Frontier being the only airline that won’t reimburse passengers for hotels when they cancel a flight for controllable reasons – like mechanical problems or lack of crew. (viewfromthewing.com) More...

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Flair Airlines plane from Vancouver to Kitchener-Waterloo runs off runway during landing

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A Flair Airlines plane has run off the runway in Kitchener-Waterloo, south-west of Toronto, Friday morning. According to Flair, the plane, which originated in Vancouver, “exited the runway” at the end of its landing at around 6:30 a.m. (vancouver.citynews.ca) More...

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British Airways to Begin Service to Cincinnati

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British Airways announced that it will commence service to the American city of Cincinnati starting in June of 2023. This comes with the airline's continuous expansion to its North American network following its string of new partnerships with multiple European and North American airlines. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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