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  • A Spectacular Belly Landing for this Boeing 737

    One of Trigana Air Service’s Boeing 737 touched down on the 13th September on its belly without the landing gear, which got ripped off on impact with the runway. No one was hurt but the video is spectacular. Watch the video (no commentary). Read the article.

  • First regular US-Cuba flight since 1961

    The American low-cost company jetBlue has just carried out the first regular commercial flight between the US and Cuba in 55 years. This is an historic flight that marks the beginning of a new era. Watch the ceremony and take-off video (with no commentary). Read the article.

  • Why is Boeing considering stopping production of the 747?

    In a note addressed to SEC, the American stockmarket’s supervising body, Boeing has declared that it is facing a critical situation with regard to its 747. If new orders don’t start coming in, the OEM doesn’t rule out stopping production of its four-engine aircraft.

  • Aboard Swiss’ First CS100 Commercial Flight

    Swiss International Air Lines has just launched the first ever Bombardier CS100 commercial flight. aeronewstv was on board the Zurich – Paris flight to present the aircraft to you.

  • What is the turnaround time of a plane?

    To increase productivity, it is in an airline's interest to minimize the turnaround time of its aircraft. But do you know what turnaround time is? We put the question to you (video), the answer to which you can find in the article.

  • Norwegian opens Paris - New York route at under 180 euros

    This summer, Norwegian, the low-cost airline will launch flights from Paris to New York, Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale. The lowest airfare is 179 euros one-way.

  • Alitalia’s latest uniforms

    In Rome, on 18 May, Alitalia unveiled their new, retro chic, uniforms. A collection inspired by the Italian glamour of the 1950’s - 1960’s. Watch the video, and read the article.

  • Dubai Airport’s incessant growth

    Dubai International Airport has just inaugurated Concourse D, at an investment cost of $ 1.2 billion. Incorporating restaurants, lounges and 175 duty free shops, Hall D handles 350 flights daily.

  • jetBlue takes delivery of first US built Airbus

    The first Airbus assembled on American soil, in Mobile, Alabama, has been delivered to the low-cost airline jetBlue, and in so doing establishes a new milestone for Airbus.

  • Aircraft accident: IATA criteria under the microscope

    In their latest report, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) calculates that aircraft accidents accounted for 136 victims in 2015. A record year for aviation security, but which does not reflect the whole picture.

  • Air Europa’s first Boeing 787

    The Spanish airline, Air Europa, has taken delivery of their first Boeing 787 Dreamliner. For the occasion, a special one-hour flight over Spain was organized on 6 April. aeronewstv was there.

  • Egyptair: Skyjacking ends peacefully

    The skyjacker who diverted an Egyptair Airbus A320 on 29 March finally gave himself up on the Cyprus airport tarmac. The man, whose motives were personal, was wearing a fake explosives belt. Read the article.

  • Nothing bugs these NASA’s scientists

    The US space agency is developing a coating for better aircraft air penetration, with the aim of reducing airline fuel bills. The bug hunt is open.

  • French blue: France’s first low-cost long-haul

    On 15 September, French blue will be France’s first low-cost, long-haul company, and will serve the cheap sun destinations, such as Punta Cana or Mauritius. Read the article to find out more.

  • The different options when an airline buys a plane

    When an airline buys a plane, it must make choices about the cabin layout, paint, and sometimes the engines. We undertook a short, but detailed review of the main options available to them.


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