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  • 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.

  • First class freerunner jumps the queue

    Passengers often have to break into a sprint to catch a plane. But Jason Paul does it with class. In this extract, the German professional freerunner shows off his talent at Munich airport. Watch the video. Read the article.

  • Germany to spot-check its pilots

    One year after the premeditated Germanwings Airbus A320 crash, Germany has drawn lessons from the disaster, and will set up random checks of its airline pilots.

  • Lufthansa officially takes delivery of the A320neo

    On 12 February, Airbus delivered the first A320neo to Lufthansa. The German national airline has ordered a total of 116 A320neo’s and A321neo’s. Watch the video without audio commentary.

  • Eurowings intends to become Europe’s third low-cost

    On 2 November, the newly transformed Eurowings, will launch their first long-haul low-cost flights. Six destinations are offered, at the loss-leader price of € 100 one-way.

  • Aircraft and UAV’s priority: detection and avoidance

    To avoid drones and airplanes colliding, research is being intensified to try and establish concrete solutions to the problem. The French national school of civil aviation together with a drone manufacturer have even made it one of their priorities.

  • 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.

  • Dominique Wolton on media pressure

    Dominique Wolton, communication specialist at the CNRS, analyses the crisis communication and the media frenzy after the crash of the Airbus A320 of Germanwings.

  • 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.

  • Lufthansa puts TaxiBot into service at Frankfurt

    We talked about it two years ago, and since last October, the TaxiBot has been certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency. To date, Lufthansa is the first, and only airline, to be using these three electrically powered aircraft tractors at Frankfurt airport, so we went to see for ourselves.

  • Lufthansa launches long-haul low-cost flights with Eurowings

    Lufthansa has just announced that they will soon be offering low-cost long haul flights; a first for a traditional European company. From the winter of 2015, under the name of Eurowings, they will propose "leisure" destinations in the Indian Ocean, South Africa and Florida from Cologne and Bonn.


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