A light multipurpose helicopter with coaxial rotors, the Ka-226T, developed by the Russian Helicopters company (a subsidiary of Oboronprom, which is part of the Rostec State Corporation), took part in test search and rescue missions as part of preparations for… Continue reading
The Air Component Commander for Operation OLYMPICS, Air Vice-Marshal Stuart Atha, has acknowledged the cooperation and efforts of the GA Community to comply with the Olympic airspace restrictions, including the need to file flight plans following the introduction of the… Continue reading
Another aviation milestone was reached using an Airbus jetliner this week when Air Canada performed the first transatlantic flight powered by biofuel using an A330.
This week’s A330 trip from Montreal to London, which carried a number of Canadian athletes… Continue reading
Extra airspace restrictions around London and the Southeast, designed to ensure a safe and secure London 2012 Olympic Games, will begin tomorrow (Saturday, 14 July).
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), National Air Traffic Services (NATS) and the Ministry of Defence… Continue reading
Paris, France, July 2, 2012 – In anticipation to the London Olympic Games, scheduled for July 27th to August 12th and the increased traffic in the United Kingdom during this period, Embraer has developed a comprehensive and integrated plan to… Continue reading
The Olympic Flame is due to arrive at Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Culdrose tonight from where it will be carried in a Sea King helicopter to the start of the UK Torch Relay.
The London Organising Committee of the… Continue reading
As air security preparations for the Olympics continue this week, the Civil Aviation Authority in collaboration with the Royal Air Force has today released a leaflet for pilots, warning them that… Continue reading
Bombardier Aerospace announced today that MIG Aviation 3 Limited, a subsidiary of Marfin Investment Group Holdings S.A. of Greece, has signed a firm order for eight Q400 aircraft, including five Q400 NextGen airliners, and has taken options on an additional… Continue reading