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American Airlines blasted over ‘packed’ flight

Video footage showing conditions on a “packed” American Airlines flight has been circulated on social media, after passenger Krissy Maloney posted the clip online. The Connecticut woman blasted the airline over reportedly failing to comply with social distancing guidelines, claiming that “every single seat on this plane was filled”. Maloney also claimed that, contrary to

Harrison Ford under FAA investigation after LA runway incident

Harrison Ford is being investigated by the FAA after the 77-year-old crossed a runway at a Los Angeles airport against ATC instructions. An avid aviation enthusiast, Ford was flying an Aviat Husky last Friday when told to hold short of the runway at Hawthorne Airport in Los Angeles County, California. According to a statement subsequently

IATA releases 2019 Airline Safety Report

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released the 56th Annual Safety Report (2019). The data documents the continued trend towards safety in aviation across recent years, even as a record 4.54 billion travellers took to the skies in 2019.

IATA says airline safety improving despite rise in fatalities in 2018

There were 11 fatal aircraft accidents in 2018, resulting in the deaths of 523 people, according the International Air Transport Association (IATA).


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