Planes

The Lost Art of Airborne Ice Accretion Testing

February 21, 2019 Ian McMurtry

On Oct.31, 1994, American Eagle flight 4184 impacted the cold Indiana turf as the aircraft suffered from supercooled droplets freezing and compromising the use of the ATR 72’s ailerons. The immediate impact of this new

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Airbus to Axe A380 Production Line in 2021

February 14, 2019 Pablo Diaz

Emirates has finally confirmed that it reviewed its fleet strategy, and as a result, Airbus announced that it will cease the production of the A380. “Following a review of its operations, Emirates is reducing its

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Low-Cost Service in South America Ramps Up

February 13, 2019 Jose Antonio Payet

South America’s domestic and regional aviation markets have been undergoing a significant transformation over the last few years with an increasing number of operators bringing low-fare alternatives to the region, changing the conceived perception of

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