Planes

Airbus A321LR Obtains EASA and FAA Approval

October 2, 2018 Pablo Diaz

Airbus’s evolution of the A320neo family, the A321LR, gained approval both from European aviation agency EASA and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The joint approval grants the aircraft to operate with up to three underfloor

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Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner Receives FAA Certification

January 22, 2018 Pablo Diaz

Boeing announced on Monday that the 787-10 Dreamliner received an amended type certificate (ATC) from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), clearing the airplane for commercial service. The awarding of the ATC caps a successful

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AirAsia X Cleared for Takeoff to the US by FAA

January 24, 2017 Parker Davis

AirAsia X has received clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin flying to the US. The Malaysia-based affiliate of AirAsia is now the first Asian low-cost carrier certified to fly to the States. The

Airlines

American Uses Wrong Aircraft to Fly to Hawaii

September 12, 2015 James Dinsdale

Just this weekend news emerged that American Airlines Flight 31 performed service from Los Angeles International Airport to Honolulu International Airport without its mandatory Extended Twin-Engine Operational Performance Standards (ETOPS) rating. The aircraft, an Airbus A321-200 registered

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Airlines Banning Lithium Ion Batteries

March 5, 2015 Ashley Magoon

Author: Ashley Magoon In recent days, the rising amount of lithium ion batteries is raising safety concerns among the airline industry. Lithium ion batteries are found widely in cell phones, laptops, and other devices in