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The Russian freighter running vaccine ‘rehearsals’

As Russia spruiks its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine test, the country's largest freight carrier says that it is testing flight capacity to prepare for vaccine transport.

Pictured: World-first air refuelling by a HH-60W Jolly Green II

These photos show the first moments a US Air Force HH-60W Jolly Green II combat rescue helicopter completed its first in-flight refuelling.

Irish court signs off on CityJet survival scheme

The Irish High Court has signed off on a survival scheme which allows regional airline CityJet to exit examinership, saving 140 jobs in the process.

Mainland start-up vies for Hong Kong AOC

Hong Kong’s roster of major passenger airlines could soon swell to five, following revelations that a mainland start-up has applied for an Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC). In recent days, the island’s Civil Aviation Department revealed that a submission from Greater Bay Airlines was made to the agency last month, confirming that the bid is still

Israel’s Arkia staffers protest layoffs, bailout snub

Employees of Israel’s second-largest airline have taken to the streets of Tel Aviv, angered by the airline’s decision to turn down a potential government lifeline. Since the outset of the crisis, Arkia has grounded its fleet and placed the bulk of its workforce on unpaid leave; current figures show 540 employees remain stood down. In

Tigerair Taiwan preps for fresh funding package

China Airlines Group (CAG) has thrown its weight squarely behind the Taiwanese version of the brand.

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