On Saturday, 27 February 2021, a United Airlines 777 suffered a single-engine failure that resulted in engine shrapnel, including a near-intact engine cowling, falling on a Denver suburb below. Just hours beforehand, a very similar incident occurred on a Boeing 747 in the Netherlands, which saw two minor injuries and cars littered with engine […]
The future is now! Flying cars to hit the road (and skies) by 2022. Tune in to this episode of the World of Aviation Podcast, where host Adam Thorn, joined in studio by reporter Hannah Dowling, shares the details of the FAA’s mammoth decision to certify a hybrid flying car for personal use. The team […]
It was a week that saw government bailouts, trans-Atlantic rivalries, and moves towards sustainable aviation. Tune in to this episode of the World of Aviation Podcast, where host Adam Thorn and guests Hannah Dowling and Christian “Boo” Boucousis discuss the current status of US government financial aid for US airlines and airports. The team also […]
The team question why CEO Michael O’Leary continues to suggest it’s safe to travel, as the UK reports hundreds of COVID deaths per day.
As the search for victims of the Sriwijaya crash ends, are we any closer to knowing the truth? Tune in to this week’s episode of the World of Aviation Podcast, where host Adam Thorn and guests Hannah Dowling and Christian “Boo” Boucousis discuss the latest update on the Sriwijaya crash, as well as Airbus in […]
Welcome to 2021: a year marked by trouble at Boeing, border closures and major aircraft tragedies. This week on the World of Aviation Podcast, host Adam Thorn and guests Hannah Dowling and Christian “Boo” Boucousis discuss a start to the year that seems worryingly familiar. In particular, the team talks in-depth about Boeing’s $2.5 billion 737 MAX […]