2 hrs ago
Foster's Daily Democrat
Air Guard finds out today if KC-46As are heading this way
The military is expected to announce today whether Pease Air National Guard Base has been selected as the preferred site for the U.S. Air Force's next generation of refueling tankers.
8 hrs ago
The Journal of Commerce Online
Polar Air Cargo to Upgrade Intra-Asia, Trans-Pacific Services
Polar Air Cargo plans to upgrade its 767 intra-Asia services and 747 trans-Pacific services, starting in early June.
Tue May 21, 2013
Flight attendant injured as Delta flight encounters turbulance on approach at Newark Airport
A flight attendant was treated for unspecified injuries after a Delta Airlines flight from Amsterdam encountered turbulence about 30 minutes before landing at Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.
Good News For Boeing: 787 Dreamliner Deliveries Resume And United Takes Off
United Airlines report s Randy Tinseth, VP marketing at Boeing, in his blog. He also says that Boeing expects to make all of this year's planned deliveries despite the battery problems.
Sun May 19, 2013
Thomson B763 at Birmingham on May 19th 2013, flaps problem
A Thomson Boeing 767-300, registration G-PJLO performing flight BY-569 from Cancun to Birmingham,EN , was descending towards Birmingham when the crew stopped the approach at 3000 feet reporting problems with the flaps and decided to divert to East Midlands,EN due to the longer runway available.
Sat May 18, 2013
Austrian Airlines resumes service to Chicagos OHare Airport
A lot has happened in the past five years. That includes enough good things to prompt Austrian Airlines to resume nonstop service five days a week between Chicago's O'Hare Airport and Vienna, Austria, where the carrier's main hub and its headquarters are located.
Thu May 16, 2013
The House of Rapp
If I asked you to ponder the most pucker-inducing aspect of instrument flying, what would come to mind? An icing encounter? Circumventing imbedded thunderstorms? Hand flying that approach to minimums? An instrument failure? Those are all good answers, but for me the one that takes the cake is a low-visibility circle-to-land maneuver to an ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
Howai insists airline solvent but CAL loses $800m
Fix Caribbean Airlines Ltd first. That was the mandate from Finance Minister Larry Howai yesterday after he announced CAL's bottom line has crashed to an approximate US$110 million loss according to 2012 unaudited figures.
Tue May 14, 2013
Brussels A319 and Iberia A320 at Barcelona on Feb 8th 2012, loss of separation on final approach
Spain's CIAIAC released their final report concluding the probable cause of the incident was: The incident was caused by a miscalculation on the part of ATC when attempting to adjust flight paths.
Boeing expects to deliver 787 in China
Hainan Airlines and China Southern Airlines will be the first carriers in China to receive Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner, delivery of which to the world's fastest-growing aviation market has been delayed for years by various problems, a top Boeing executive said.
Mon May 13, 2013
International Business Times
Israeli Taxpayers Pay $127,000 for PM Benjamin Netanyahu's Luxury...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is receiving flak for making taxpayers shoulder the $127,000 bill for a custom-built bedroom he had requested for the flight that took him and his entourage to The $127,000 was for a double bed, part of the $300,000 cost of chartering an El Al Boeing 767 jet.
Boeing Delivers First Direct Purchase 767-300ER to MIAT Mongolian Airlines
Boeing delivered a 767-300ER to MIAT Mongolian Airlines today, the first-ever direct purchase delivery to the airline.
Sun May 12, 2013
Netanyahu takes flak over bed on a plane
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to China's President Xi Jinping during a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing May 9, 2013.
Thu May 09, 2013
FAA: Some Boeing 777s need fixes in case of fires
The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing that airlines to make electrical wiring modifications related to their in-flight entertainment systems in Boeing 777 jetliners.
Boeing glides over Dreamliner crisis
The nightmare is almost over for Boeing's Dreamliner. Airlines have resumed flights of the new aircraft three months after the model was grounded globally following battery fires on two of the planes.
Wed May 08, 2013
Tires on Delta plane blow out on takeoff
A Delta Air Lines flight from Honolulu to Los Angeles suffered blown tires while on the Honolulu International Airport's reef runway Wednesday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
Austrian B763 near Vienna on May 7th 2013, slat position indication problem
An Austrian Airlines Boeing 767-300, registration OE-LAX performing flight OS-93 from Vienna to Washington,DC with 64 passengers, was climbing out of Vienna when the crew stopped the climb at FL200 and returned to Vienna for a safe landing on runway 16 about 40 minutes after departure.
Tue May 07, 2013
UPS 767 Fleet to Get New Look
UPS has unveiled a new look for its flagship Boeing 767 fleet by adding winglets as a part of its sustainability efforts to save fuel and reduce emissions These wingtip devices, which are arrow-shaped surfaces attached to the tip of each wing, enhance the overall efficiency of the aircraft, saving fuel by reducing drag while also lowering noise ... (more)
UPS adding winglets to 767 fleet
United Parcel Service Inc. will install winglets to its Boeing 767 fleet to save fuel and cut back on emissions.
Mon May 06, 2013
ACL builds on Canadian North air freight deal
Arctic Co-op Ltd. freight, some of which will continue on to other Nunavut communities, arrives May 4 at the Iqaluit airport.