Category Archives: Air Traffic Control

World Fuel Services calls for industry support for RAF100 Charity Appeal

As founding member of the RAF Museum’s corporate membership programme, World Fuel Services (WFS) is calling for pilots and business aviation professionals to support the … More ››

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One Passenger Dies after Engine Explodes on Southwest Airlines Jet

A passenger has died after being injured when the port engine of a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 exploded in flight on April 17. Statements made … More ››

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Campaign to Save Birmingham Airport’s Original Terminal Building

A campaign and online petition has been launched to save Birmingham Airport’s historic first terminal building which has an uncertain future. The Elmdon terminal building … More ››

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Qantas Launches Historic Direct Perth – London Flights

Qantas’ first Perth to London flight has taken off, marking the start of the only direct air link between Australia and Europe – and the … More ››

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All Hands on Deck as Loganair Restores Air links to the Scottish Highlands and Islands

Teams from Loganair and Glasgow Airport were working through the night to prepare for the airline’s first departure in almost 48 hours because of the … More ››

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Freezing Weather Disrupts UK Airports

  Freezing weather conditions are disrupting flights from airports across the UK.  Road and rail journeys are also badly disrupted.  The weather in Scotland has … More ››

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Aim for 1 Billion Passengers to Fly on Sustainable Aviation Fuel Flights by 2025

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has set out an aim for one billion passengers to fly on flights powered by a mix of jet fuel … More ››

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EASA Publishes its First Formal Opinion on Safe Drone Ops in Europe

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published the first formal Opinion on safe operations for small drones in Europe.  EASA says it is an … More ››

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Airbus delivers its first A350-1000 to launch customer Qatar Airways

Airbus has delivered the world’s first A350-1000 widebody airliner to launch customer Qatar Airways at a delivery event in Toulouse, France.  The aircraft is the … More ››

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One-off Airbus A380 Flight for Beirut

The first ever Airbus A380 landing at Beirut’s Rafic Al Hariri International Airport (IATA: BEY) will take place on March 29.  Emirates has announced it … More ››

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