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  • 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.

  • Dominique Strauss-Kahn: "Current Airbus-Boeing deal is temporary"

    As part of a conference organized by APG in Morocco, on 29 October, former CEO of the IFM (International Monetary Fund) Dominique Strauss-Kahn is to deliver his analysis on the growth of air transport worldwide. aeronewstv met him to find out what his views are of the low-cost market and aviation industry in the future.

  • Berlin International Airport’s construction site fiasco

    Begun in 1996, construction of the future Berlin International Airport, intended to replace the German capital’s two other airports, has once again been suspended. We take a look at this interminable saga, hardly ever out of the headlines.

  • Ryanair offers a "helping hand" to traditional airlines

    At present Ryanair's priority has no ambition to embark on long-haul flights. The Irish low-cost prefers to keep its grip on the European short-haul market and change its image.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • United Airlines’ new tablet tray for tablets

    In Chicago, United Airlines have just introduced the new seats that will soon equip their Boeing 737’s and Airbus A320’s. An innovative detail caught our attention.

  • Qatar Airways no longer lays off pregnant hostesses

    Qatar Airways’ hostesses who become pregnant will no longer be laid off, instead they will be offered a temporary substitution ground job.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Vueling opts for new uniforms

    The Barcelona-based low-cost airline Vueling has just unveiled the new uniforms (video) that the crew members will wear from this summer onwards. Watch the video and read the article.

  • American Airlines, behemoth of the heavens

    As a result of their merger with US Airways 18 months ago, the new American Airlines is now undoubtedly the largest airline in the world and intends to remain so.

  • La Compagnie democratises Business Class

    A year after the launch of their Paris - New York route, La Compagnie, the airline which offers low-cost, long-haul Business Class flights, has opened another, so we decided to see where they stand now, and what they envisage for the future.

  • Qatar Airways CEO receives French Legion of Honour

    A few days before the Paris Air Show, Qatar received French honours. The Chairman and CEO of Qatar Airways has just received the French Legion of Honour and the company will present five aircraft ; an event never seen before.

  • easyJet’s latest 3D innovations

    Following on from aircraft inspections by drone, within the framework of their innovation day, easyJet have just presented their latest technological innovations, with which, the British low-cost airline has entered the third dimension.

  • Remote controlled airport: legal or not ?

    Since the end of April, the Swedish airport of Örnsköldsvik traffic has been controlled by air traffic controllers, 150 kilometres (95 miles) away. But is this practice allowed by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) ?

  • Aircraft abnormal descent alert radar

    Two months after the crash of the A320 Germanwings, we take a closer look at a radar used in Germany, the PSS. This system is a highly responsive means of warning air traffic controllers in the event of an aircraft’s abnormal descent.

  • HOP! Air France to reconquer the short haul network

    Since late March, with the exception of those supplying Roissy Charles De Gaulle airport (Paris), all flights of Air France’s short-haul network, have been marketed under the entity Hop! Air France. A simplification necessary to restore profitability.


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