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South African A340-300 - Turbulence Injures 28

A South African Airlines Airbus A340-300 conducting flight SA286 from Johannesburg to Hong Kong experienced severe turbulence that led to 28 people onboard getting injured. 25 of the passengers were injured and 2 of those passengers received serious injuries, one suffered an injury to their neck. 18 more words

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UTair Aviation 767-300 NEAR MISS? GO AROUND at Barcelona-El Prat


Yesterday, early in the morning…What you see is what happened.

An UTair Boeing 767-300 (VQ-BSX) incoming from Moscow as UT5187 and Aerolíneas Argentinas Airbus A340-300 (LV-FPV) were involved into what could be the bigger disaster of Barcelona Airport. 89 more words

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South African and JetBlue Airways begin code sharing on the Washington Dulles-Dakar, Senegal route

South African Airways (SAA) (Johannesburg) and JetBlue Airways (New York) have begun code share operations on SAA’s flights between Washington, DC-Dulles Airport and Dakar, Senegal. 104 more words

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Airbus A340-300, Lufthansa Airlines

@Frankfurt Airport, Frankfurt Germany

June 2014

The dash 300 are the most popular models of this airliner with Lufthansa being the biggest operator of the type, having acquired 59. 34 more words

Air Mauritius has a profitable year, reversing two years of losses

Air Mauritius (Port Louis, Mauritius) posted a net profit of €7.3 million ($9.9 million) for its fiscal financial year ending on March 31, 2014.

These positive results marked the return to profit of the national airline over a full financial year after two consecutive loss making years. 174 more words

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Finnair and its pilots reach a tentative agreement

Finnair (Helsinki) and its pilots, represented by the Finnish Airline Pilots’ Association (SLL), have reached a tentative labor contract agreement. The pilots have agreed to work for lower wages which is expected to save the company around 15 million euros a year. 49 more words

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Air Tahiti Nui over RLS

Sometimes you have to recall how hard it was to get to the other side of the world. Sometime it took as long as six months to reach places like Tahiti and there was no guarantee you’d get there. 229 more words