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  • Qatar Airways launches ‘honeymoon’ for business class

    Qatar claims to have ushered in a new standard in Business Class travel with the launch of its flexible QSuite at the Berlin’s ITB travel show.

  • Best of 2016: Top 5 aeronautics Transport videos

    For the Christmas holidays, aeronewstv offers you the best of 2016’s aeronautical videos. Today, we invite you to watch the TOP 5 reports viewed this year in the Transport category.

  • Jobcuts likely as Boeing slows output of 777

    Boeing has decided to reduce production of its current Boeing 777 by 40 per cent. This strategic choice is likely to entail jobcuts, as output drops from eight aircraft a month today to just five per month in August 2017.

  • Boeing Opens Composite Center for the 777X in St Louis

    For its newest 777X jet, Boeing has just opened its first commercial aircraft plant at St Louis (Missouri). The new plant will be used for the manufacture of composite wing and tail parts for the new long-haul American aircraft. Watch the video with no commentary. Read the article.

  • Russia key culprit in MH17 Criminal Investigation

    Flight MH17 was shot down by a missile fired from an area controlled by the pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine. Having been used to launch the missile, the system was then brought back to Russia. The International Commission’s report is categorical. Read the article.

  • Fire breaks out on B777 Engine at Singapore Airport

    After an emergency landing at Singapore Airport, the right engine of a Singapore Airlines B777 burst in to flames. The incident was filmed from outside as well as from within the aircraft. There are no casualties. Watch the video. Read the article.

  • Boeing’s $1 billion B777X wings production plant opened

    Boeing has just inaugurated a new composite wings production factory for their future B777X. The US aircraft manufacturer has ploughed over one billion dollars into the building in Everett (USA). Read the article and watch the time-lapse video of the facility’s construction.

  • How do you start an airliner ?

    You don’t start a plane like a car, simply because an airliner has no ignition key. To start the engines pilots must follow a strict procedure. Watch the video and read the article to find out how.

  • Boeing 747 overtakes a Boeing 737

    At more than 33,000 feet (10,000 metres) a Boeing 747 overtook a Boeing 737. These rare and unusual images were recorded by a Boeing 777 pilot from his cockpit over Iraq.

  • Flight MH17 shot down by a surface-to-air missile

    Fifteen months after the flight MH17 accident over the Ukraine, the investigators have released their final report. The aircraft was shot down by a Russian-made surface-to-air missile.

  • Engine fire on a British Airways flight: only slight injuries

    A British Airways’ Boeing 777 engine caught fire late yesterday afternoon as it was about to take-off from Las Vegas to London. A frightening experience for all on-board although only minor injuries were incurred. An investigation as to the causes has just begun.

  • Liebherr Aerospace on all fronts

    At the Paris Air Show 2015, the equipment manufacturer, Liebherr Aerospace, has announced several partnerships. Amongst others, they will manufacture Boeing’s 777X folding wing tip system and Rolls Royce’s Ultrafan motor reducer.

  • The jet streams on which aircraft surf

    On 7th January, a British Airways Boeing 777 flew from New-York to London in just five hours and 16 minutes, instead of the usual seven hours. An exceptionally short flight time for a subsonic commercial aircraft made possible by an exceptionally strong tail wind, in this case a jet stream, or fast flowing, narrow air current. Here’s how…

  • 5,000 hours of work for a paper Boeing 777 !

    This 22 year-old Californian is not crazy, although he did have a crazy idea. Luca Iaconi-Stewart has built a model Boeing 777 from Kraft paper. He found the design and plans for this Air India's plane on the internet.


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