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  • What's that bump on the fuselage?

    Over the last few years some commercial aircraft have a bump that has appeared on their fuselages. What it is exactly and what it is for? Read on and watch the video.

  • What happened to row 13?

    Have you ever got on a plane and noticed that a row of seats was missing ? For some airlines, row 13 does not exist ; an oversight perhaps ? No. Was it on purpose ? Yes, and here’s why.

  • The most watched 2015 video reports in the air transport category

    aeronewstv is offering the possibility of viewing, or re-viewing, five of the most watched 2015 aviation video reports in the following categories: Industry, Lifestyle, Transport, Events and Employment. Today, the air transport category.

  • Retrospective of aviation in 2015

    As is the custom, aeronewstv takes a look back in pictures, today, 23 December at the main aeronautical events that marked 2015. This "aviation year in video" recounts the successes, failures, the nice, and not so nice surprises.

  • European passenger data file to be adopted

    In early 2016, the European Parliament is due to adopt definitively the European Passenger Name Record (PNR). This common data file will be a new tool available to the 28 member states in the fight against the terrorist threat in particular.

  • A website for used aircraft parts

    The French startup Aerobay will launch on 20 December a website dedicated to the sale and purchase of used aircraft parts. As the founders explained, it is a sort of aeronautical Ebay.

  • Paris attacks : French airports under surveillance

    After the terrorist attacks of last Friday in Paris, surveillance of sensitive locations such as airports has intensified. 10,000 soldiers have been mobilized across France for safety reasons.

  • easyJet celebrates 20 years

    To celebrate their 20 years of existence, easyJet organized a special birthday event in London, which was an opportunity take a look back at the beginnings of the British low-cost airline and find out what their ambitions are.

  • Overflying: the zones that airlines avoid

    Following the Metrojet crash on 31 October in the Sinai Peninsula, several companies have decided not to fly over northeastern Egypt, an area which has just been added to the ICAO "black list" of countries that are better avoided.

  • What's the hole for in an airplane’s windows?

    If you have already taken the window seat in an airplane, you may have noticed a small hole in the glass, and probably wondered what it was for. Answer at the end of the video. Read also the article.

  • Airbus’ latest innovations

    Airbus, the European aircraft manufacturer, has just introduced their latest innovations. We decided to take a look at three of them: a vacuum trash compactor, a smart label, and connected glasses.

  • Dominique Strauss-Kahn at APG’s World Connect 2015

    The seventh edition of World Connect will be held from 28 to 30 October in Marrakech (Morocco). 450 airline professionals are expected to attend, and Dominique Strauss-Kahn will be one of the speakers.

  • E-cigarettes banned from aircraft hold

    Following several incidents in recent months, electronic cigarettes are now strictly forbidden in the hold of an aircraft. E-cigarette users must keep them in the cabin - switched off of course.

  • Aircelle turns airlines on

    Aircelle, a Safran group subsidiary, has just developed electro-luminescent liveries for aircraft. A system that should be visible by the end of the year.

  • Vietnam Airlines’ A350’s interior

    Of the 14 units ordered by them, Vietnam Airlines has taken delivery of their first Airbus A350. The new long-haul of the Vietnamese national airline has over 300 seats ; come with us and see for yourselves.


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