Industrial action in France is causing considerable disruption, with several hundred flights cancelled and long delays. Looking at all the flights across Europe, there is an average delay of approximately 15 minutes.
EUROCONTROL, as Network Manager, is working with the… Continue reading
(Reuters) – Qatar Airways is in talks with Airbus to buy up to 15 of the European planemaker’s A330 passenger jets, a deal potentially worth $3.6 billion at list prices, citing production delays to Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
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Berlin-Brandenburg Airport is still not operational, and is not expected to open until 27 October 2013. A report warns a report by the “Bild” newspaper to potential shortages of baggage, check-in and security checks.
The new airport originally got approval… Continue reading
The Australian airline says around 10,000 passengers will be affected by Friday’s strike by the Transport Workers Union.
Qantas has been grappling with months of… Continue reading
BEIJING – Chinese scientists have decided to reschedule the launch of the Tiangong-1, an unmanned space module, due to the failed launch of an experimental orbiter, a spokesperson with the project said Thursday.
The decision to delay the launch was… Continue reading
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AFNS)Â –Â The scheduled May 25 launch of the X-51A Waverider hypersonic flight test vehicle has been postponed 24 hours. The delay was due to the presence of a freighter transiting in a section of the… Continue reading
The failed computer system that caused flight delays across theÂ USA has been restored, the Federal Aviation Administration said Thursday.
FAA spokesman Paul Takemoto said the system went out at 5:06 a.m. ET and came back on about five hours later.… Continue reading
British Airways today said it would delay the delivery of its A380 superjumbos by one year, as the carrier announced first half losses of Â£292 million.
BA had been due to take delivery of its first A380 aircraft in 2012,… Continue reading