Three killed by train in south London

June 18, 2018 11:05 am

Three people have died after being hit by a train near Loughborough Junction in south London, police have announced. The fatal incident happened around 7.30am. British Transport Police were called following a report of multiple bodies being found.

JetBlue back to full operations in Puerto Rico

June 15, 2018 9:11 pm

JetBlue has returned to its full flight schedule to Puerto Rico, nearly nine months after Hurricane Maria, the airline announced Friday. The return to full capacity comes six months ahead of schedule, totaling 48 daily flights between the United States and the Caribbean island, the airline said. JetBlue, which is the...

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Qantas Looking to Stretch Route Network Even Further by 2022

June 10, 2018 10:01 pm

Earlier this year, Qantas broke a boundary the pioneers of Australian aviation would have never dreamed when the airline was founded in the md-20th century. In March, the carrier’s Boeing 787-9 made history, flying non-stop from Perth—located on the west coast of the Oceanic nation—to London.

Pilot who landed plane after co-pilot was ‘sucked halfway’ out cockpit window awarded $777K

June 10, 2018 9:56 pm

A Sichuan Airlines pilot has been awarded roughly $776,912 for calmly landing a flight after his co-pilot was “sucked halfway” out of the cockpit window, the Daily Mail reported. The Chinese pilot, Liu Chuanjian, was awarded the nearly five million yuan and the title of “hero captain of China’s civil aviation,” Xinhua News...

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Air Belgium Inaugural Flight Takes Off With 15 Passengers

June 10, 2018 9:34 pm

I’ve covered Air Belgium extensively, partly because I’m interested in start-up airlines, and partly because I was supposed to fly them shortly after they started operations, so was impacted when they rescheduled flights. Air Belgium is a new airline that intends to operate a fleet of Airbus A340-300s between Charleroi (outside of Brussels)...

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