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Hannah Dowling AUTHOR
European aviation sees more disruption as widespread strikes loom

European travellers could see more disruption to their travel plans as airline and airport workers across the continent prepare to strike, as they lobby for better pay and working conditions in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic.

Footage of destroyed Ukrainian Antonov AN-225 revealed

Captured by Ukrainian independent film association Babylon’13, the footage shows the aftermath of Gostomel Airport, which became a target of Russian attacks in the early days of the invasion.

New Canadian budget carrier Lynx Air to launch in 2022

While the airline will initially service domestic routes, there are plans to expand into the US and international destinations, with its fleet of 737 MAX jets.

Has the LAPD solved the mystery of LAX’s jet pack man?

Following at least three sightings of what appeared to be a man wearing a jetpack zooming along beside passenger aircraft in LA, the LAPD has said one possible explanation could be the use of a human-sized balloon connected to a dummy body.

He’s back! LAX jetpack man returns, FAA to investigate

An unidentified person reportedly flying a jetpack has once again been spotted by pilots on approach to LAX at 5,000 feet, the latest in a string of mysterious appearances that began in September 2020.

EASA approves A220-300 modification to fit more passengers

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency has formally approved a 149-seat Airbus A220-300 variant, with an exit slide modification over the wing. The modification adds capacity for four additional seats to the original A220-300’s capacity of 145 passengers. Air France is expected to be the first airline to introduce the newly-approved A220-300 with larger capacity,


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