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  • Paris Air Show’s third day rich in announcements

    Even though the pace of orders has slowed, the third day of the Paris Air Show has been the theatre of all kinds of other announcements from aircraft manufacturers.

  • Paris Air Show, innovations and contracts on the menu

    On the second day of the Paris Air Show, Airbus Helicopters announced the launch of a heavy transport helicopter, the X6, and practically all the aircraft manufacturers have picked up orders.

  • Paris Air Show 2015: first day well attended

    A tribute, orders and announcements marked the first day of the 2015 Paris Air Show. A resume in images follows.

  • Paris Air Show: ‘‘ACTION’’

    On the Paris Air Show’s first day, the spotlight is on the aviation sector as it prepares to face significant challenges in the coming years.

  • A400M crash : engine problems confirmed

    Preliminary analyses of the A400M military transport aircraft’s black boxes indicate that the aircraft experienced a power problem on three of its engines just after takeoff.

  • A400M crash: three weeks after

    Three weeks after the A400M military transport aircraft accident in Spain, the investigation continues. Data from the black boxes is readable and being analyzed. The condition of the two crash survivors is improving.

  • Paris Air Show 2015 partial programme

    Three weeks before the opening of the 51th Paris Air Show,many aircraft are awaited on display : A350, A400M, Pakistani fighter JF17, Bombardier CS100 and CS300 among others.

  • The 2015 Paris airshow clip from aeronewstv

    As an official media partner of the upcoming Paris Air Show, from 15 to 21 June, aeronewstv has produced this video, a kind of aviation appetizer.

  • Aeromobil flying car’s forced parachute landing

    On 8 May, during a test flight in Slovakia, the Aeromobil 3.0 flying car became uncontrollable and the reserve parachute had to be deployed. The pilot escaped unhurt.

  • A400M Crash: the facts

    Three days after the incident, the reasons for the crash of the A400M near Seville (Spain) are still not known. The investigation, coordinated by the Spanish Ministry of Transport, has begun.

  • Airbus A400M crash at Seville

    On Saturday, 9 May, at 1pm local time, an Airbus A400M military transport ‘plane, crashed near Seville airport. Watch the video and read the article.

  • Andreas Lubitz "practised" on the outward bound flight

    In their preliminary report, the French Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA) confirms that the co-pilot had intentionally caused the Germanwings A320 crash. More surprisingly, we also learn that Andreas Lubitz had "rehearsed" on the previous flight.

  • Germanwings A320: 80% debris recovered

    More than 80% of the remains of the Germanwings Airbus A320 have been recovered. The investigators are now proceeding with the identification of the victims. and the French Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety ( BEA ) is still analysing the black boxes.

  • Friedrichshafen, a new look at general aviation

    On the occasion of Germany’s Friedrichshafen general aviation dedicated airshow, in the spotlight are several variants of aircraft : a twin-engined Austrian (DA62), an electric Slovenian (WattsUp), and a Swiss microlight (Risen).

  • Asiana Airlines second « too short » landing

    The 81 passengers and crew members of Asiana Airlines flight OZ162, got off (« lightly »), with the fright of their lives. Their Airbus A320 connecting Incheon near Seoul (South Korea) in Hiroshima (Japan) on 14th April, missed its landing.

  • aeronewstv : official media partner of the Paris Air Show

    aeronewstv will be an official media partner of the 51st Paris Air Show, which takes place from Monday 15th to Sunday 21st June, at Le Bourget to the north of Paris.

  • The second Germanwings black box found opens up

    Ten days after the crash of the A320 Germanwings in the French Alps, the aircrat’s second black box of the has been found. This is the FDR (Flight Data Recorder) that records all flight data. A recorder that has started to talk.

  • Germanwings A320 second black box found

    Ten days after the crash of the Germanwings A320 in the French Alps, the aircraft’s second black box, the FDR (Flight Data Recorder) has been recovered.

  • Heads of Lufthansa and Germanwings at crash scene

    On 1st April, eight days after the crash of the Germanwings A320, the heads of Lufthansa and their subsidiary flew by helicopter to Seyne les Alpes (France), from where the search is being coordinated.

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