A Biman Bangladesh Airlines aircraft has crashed at Yangon Airport in Myanmar. The Bombardier Dash-8 A400 plane, registration number S2-AGQ, skidded off the runway on landing at 6:50pm in May, 8th. Reportedly there were 33 people on board; no fatalities have been reported although a number are said to have been hospitalised.

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Boeing says it has developed software fixes for an automated flight-control system on its 737 airliners, which are under scrutiny after two deadly crashes in five months.

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Jet Airways grounded a further ten aircraft on April 11, and appears to have suspended all its international flights, which is unsurprising since the airline is only operating 14 aircraft. Indian carriers must operate a fleet of more than 20 aircraft to fly internationally.

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Facing mounting pressure, President Donald Trump said Wednesday his administration was ordering Boeing 737 Max jets grounded until more information is gathered about the crash of an Ethiopian aircraft.

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A Boeing prototype for an unmanned passenger air vehicle (PAV) “successfully” completed its first test flights, marking another milestone of the OEM’s efforts to take a leading position in the development of autonomous transportation and urban mobility. 

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 At Pazhoohan Aviation Consulting Firm, we know the aviation industry – and specifically the world of private jet charter – can be tough for a typical customer to understand. But we know that gaining knowledge empowers people to save money and make smarter choices. That’s exactly why we’re so focused on educating our clients. In this article, we’ll explain the difference between aircraft leasing and private jet charter and discuss exactly how it affects you – our valued client.

 

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Two Daher TBMs—an 850 and 930—completed a milestone journey across Antarctica and over the magnetic South Pole earlier this month. Both flights qualify as first legs in the rarely awarded Polar Diamond Circumnavigator Diploma, recognized by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale.

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On Dec. 14, technical issues forced a Norwegian Air flight from Dubai to make an unscheduled landing at Shiraz International Airport in the south of Iran. No one was hurt. But the diversion launched a logistical and diplomatic quagmire that has left the aircraft, which had only been in operation for two months, grounded in Iran ever since.

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A military cargo plane crashed near the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Monday, killing 13 people.

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The man, named as Bruno, became exhausted and suffered an agonizing fall. The team was able to call the emergency services despite being well above cloud level, at a reported altitude of about 7,000 feet.

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Pazhoohan Aviation Consulting Firm in cooperation with Tehran Institute of Technology announces that it is going to run aviation training courses in Iran. Applicants can enroll in different courses and receive accredited certificates recognized internationally.

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Airport staff are battling freezing conditions to get snow-hit aircraft off the ground. So how do you defrost a Jumbo Jet?

To passengers stranded in Britain's snow-hit air terminals, it might sound like yet another source of delays and frustrations.

But removing and preventing the build-up of ice on the wings and fuselage of an aircraft is absolutely crucial to preventing accidents, says David Learmount, operations and safety editor of Flight Global.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

2019-01-05




MIAMI — Azul, the Brazilian low-cost, award-winning airline, announced today a heavy expansion to the United States with two new flights from Belo Horizonte (CNF) to Orlando (MCO), and from Belem (BEL) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL).

The new flights will be launched in December 2017, during the peak of the Brazilian high season.

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MIAMI — United Airlines (UAL) announced today a new service from Paine Field Airport (PAE) in Everett with six daily flights to their hubs in Denver (DEN) and San Francisco (SFO) beginning in the fall of 2018. This announcement has a historic background since UAL operated the first commercial flight from PAE in 1939, almost 80 years ago.

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