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FAA Prohibits Low Flying in Afghanistan

Earlier today, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued an emergency order for Afghanistan’s airspace which bans all US airlines to…

5 days ago

Mexican Airlines Prohibited From Adding Flights to The United States

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has prohibited all Mexican carriers operating flights to the US to add flights to the…

2 months ago

How Safe is the Act of Flying for Cabin Crew?

Last weekend, a Southwest flight attendant was verbally and physically assaulted by a passenger. The result? She lost two teeth.…

2 months ago

The Boeing 737 MAX is once again in the spotlight

The Boeing 737 Max seems to be causing some more problems to airlines flying it. However, this time, the issue…

4 months ago

Air regulators react to United Airlines engine blast

America’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)have announced measures that could see 777s powered by…

5 months ago

The 737 MAX is Back, Almost.

After two whole years of corporate upheaval, technical difficulties, and a standoff with the US (and global) regulators, Boeing has…

9 months ago

Boeing 737 MAX Set to Fly Again Soon

There are indications that the regulatory approvals for allowing Boeing to resume 737 MAX flights could come as early as…

9 months ago

The Downfall of the MAX – Here are the reasons

IS BOEING GOING DOWN?  ANALYSIS SHOWS IT IS.  Its best selling 737MAX is losing billions of dollars of revenues due…

10 months ago

Boeing 737MAX – A Roller Coaster of Optimism and Hope

It’s about time we talk about the 737MAX - the roller coaster of hopes and optimism that it has been…

1 year ago

FAA Approves Certification Flights for Troubled 737 MAX, Testing May Begin Today

It's finally happening. After months of uncertainty, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved re-certification flights for the Boeing 737…

1 year ago