By Alexis Akwagyiram LAGOS (Reuters) - Chronic fuel shortages in Nigeria brought phone firms, banks and flights to a standstill on Monday, just four days before Muhammadu Buhari's inauguration as president of Africa's biggest economy and top oil...
The 787 Dreamliner has been plagued with battery woes since its early days, to the point where the Federal Aviation Administration kept it from flying the skies in the past. And while those technical difficulties are apparently taken care of, Boeing's flagship airliner could be on the way to more trouble soon. According to the FAA, there's a software bug in the 787 Dreamliner that can cause its electrical system to fail and, as a result, lead to "loss of control" of the plane.
Alitalia Starts Breaking Ties With Air France-KLM Aviation Week When Etihad Airways acquired a 49% share of Alitalia last year so the Italian carrier could avoid another bankruptcy, Air France-KLM feared it might spell the end of wide-ranging...
Lufthansa flight returns to Istanbul airport over bomb scare - Lufthansa Airlines flight LH-135 made a swift return to Istanbul Atatürk Airport shortly after takeoff Sunday morning when noises were heard from the plane’s cargo hold.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (Amsterdam) welcomed its newest Boeing 777-300 featuring an all-new interior in its World Business Class and Economy Class. The exterior has already been decorated in the new company livery.
The new video below shows footage of the arrival and various features on board. KLM President and CEO Pieter Elbers gives a short rundown of the fleet renewal program, including the arrival of KLM’s first Boeing 787-9 in October.
Top Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. The pictured Boeing 777-306 ER PH-BVN (msn 44459) was handed over officially on March 27 and it is named Tijuca National Park – Nationaal Park Tijuca.
“ Boeing’s most famous plane is much-loved by pilots, but as orders fall, how much longer will we see it in the skies?”
Dreamed up in another age, the 747 was in the skies before Concorde, before man reached the moon, and when the president of the United States was a child. Boeing’s most famous plane has been up there ever since, redefining the language of aviation as the original jumbo jet, carrying twice as many passengers as most other aircraft. Hundreds criss-cross the globe every day, and new 747s still slowly gestate on the production line. But it is now almost 18 months since the last order from a passenger airline, and the long flight of the 747 appears to be firmly in its descent.
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