Tags » Airbus

Federal Register Highlights - 8/19/14

Unpublished, time-sensitive and proposed rules for August 19, 2014:

TEMPORARY RULE: The Coast Guard is establishing a temporary safety zone on the waters of the Delaware River in Camden, NJ. 1,720 more words

Daily Updates

Is AirAsia considering an investment in Skymark Airlines?

Skymark Airlines (Tokyo-Haneda) has been retrenching. Besides the cancellation of its Airbus A380 order by Airbus, the low-fare carrier has also announced it will leave Tokyo Narita and concentrate its flights at Tokyo (Haneda). 144 more words


Airbus or Boeing: Which one do pilots prefer to fly?

We asked a pilot who flies both machines. Excerpt from the interview:

Travel Secrets: So which planes have you flown so far? 

Captain D’souza: Like any pilot, I trained on various small planes. 540 more words

Smart Travel

Tonry Aerials

Tonry Aerials from 3DF on Vimeo.

This short reel for aerial cinematographer Roger Tonry is a compilation of footage shot from Clay Lacy’s Astrovision equipped Lear Jet, Wolfe Air’s Vectorvision jet, and even a modified B-25 bomber from the Planes of Fame. 29 more words


The Sunday Times: Monarch Airlines to cut more than 1,000 jobs, shrink the fleet to reduce its losses and find a new investor

Monarch Airlines (London-Luton and London-Gatwick) is at a critical stage in its nearly 47 years of existence. According to this article by The Sunday Times, Monarch will cut over 1,000 jobs, reduce the fleet from 42 aircraft to 30 in order to reduce losses. 2,668 more words


Philippine Airlines Cancels Airbus Orders Anew

MANILA, Philippines – National flag carrier Philippine Airlines Inc. (PAL), jointly owned by taipan Lucio Tan and diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC), has further tweaked its order of Airbus aircraft under its massive fleet renewal program. 517 more words