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Qantas 737 captain and first officer ‘incapacitated’ in mayday incident

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Both the captain and first officer of a Qantas Freight 737 were left temporarily “incapacitated” after ingesting “gaseous oxygen” in a mayday incident in 2018. An ATSB report reveals the captain was left “gagging” and “gasping for air” on the Express Freighters Australia aircraft travelling between Brisbane to Melbourne. The first officer then subsequently suffered “incapacitating symptoms consistent with hyperventilation”. (australianaviation.com.au) More...

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SWISS A340-300 Overflying Siberia, Cold Fuel, Landing at Zurich

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SWISS Airbus A340-300 en route from Tokyo Narita Overflying Siberia, Cold Fuel, Landing at Zurich (www.youtube.com) More...

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Play Airlines inaugural flight arrival at Stansted

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A new Iceland based airlines made its first flight into Stansted today, (www.youtube.com) More...

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Canadian passenger airline WestJet to launch freighter division

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Passenger travel is still anemic, while cargo business is booming. Some passenger carriers are diversifying. (www.freightwaves.com) More...

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Stunning video of Antonov An-225 taking flight near Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport

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Stunning new vision of the world’s longest and heaviest operational aircraft, the Antonov An-225, has been filmed in the skies after 10 months on the ground. The aircraft’s operations were paused in August 2020, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. (www.news.com.au) More...

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‘It’s out of control.’ Airlines, flight attendants want stiffer penalties for unruly passengers

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A JetBlue Airways flight bound for New York returned to the Dominican Republic in early February after a passenger allegedly refused to wear a facemask, threw an empty alcohol bottle and food, struck the arm of one flight attendant, and grabbed the arm of another. (www.cnbc.com) More...

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Boeing faces rocky path to gaining approval for 737 MAX return in China

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BEIJING, June 23 (Reuters) - Trade power tensions, regulatory hurdles and attempts by the West to counter Chinese competition are delaying a return of the 737 MAX in China, frustrating Boeing Co (BA.N) as a potential rival demonstrates its growing influence. (www.reuters.com) More...

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