Budapest Air Race

Breathtaking Moments From The Magical Red Bull Air Race World Championship In Budapest

Breathtaking Moments From The Magical Red Bull Air Race World Championship In Budapest Everyone knows that Red Bull Air Race is like aviation’s very own Formula One. Just like Formula One has Monaco – Red Bull Air Race World Championship has Budapest. The event that happened on June 23-24 brought many moments of joy to […]

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The New HondaJet Elite Is Here

The New HondaJet Elite Is Here At the EBACE 2018, which took place this Sunday, Honda Aircraft presented the new HondaJet Elite to the world. The new version of the aircraft not only has a cosmetic upgrade – in addition to the interior improvements, the HondaJet Elite got some significant performance modifications. The jet first […]

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EgyptAir Flight Missing With 66 People Aboard

EgyptAir Flight Missing With 66 People Aboard EgyptAir Flight 804 vanished off radar on its way from Paris to Cairo with 66 people aboard, an airline official said Thursday. Flight MS804 operating an Airbus A320 took off from Charles de Gaulle airport at 11:09 p.m. with 56 passengers and 10 crew members. Officials with the airline and the […]

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Brussels Airport Rocked by 2 Deadly Explosions

Brussels airport rocked by 2 deadly explosions Two explosions occurred at the Brussels airport, Belgium on Tuesday. Police confirmed at least one death. The French newspaper Le Figaro reported that 11 people had been killed, but this has not been confirmed. There has been official confirmation that the blasts were a terrorist attack. According to French media […]

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Emirates A380 Makes Longest Non-Stop Flight

 Emirates A380 makes longest non-stop flight Emirates has unseated Qantas Airways as the record holder for the world’s longest flight. An Emirates Airbus A380 touched down in New Zealand on Wednesday, completing what is believed to be the world’s longest non-stop scheduled commercial flight. The Emirates A380 plane covered about 14,200km (8,824 miles) when it touched […]

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Two Indonesian aircraft crashed during training

Two Indonesian Aircraft Crashed During Training

  Two Indonesian Aircraft Crashed During Training. Indonesian aerobatics team crashed  after colliding in the air during a training practice for the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace (LIMA) 2015 exhibition in Malaysia. Six-aircraft team flew together in formation. The collision occurred then one of the planes crashed with two neighboring vehicles and set them on fire. The first plain fell near the Langkawi […]

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Long-haul low-cost – mission (im)possible?

The summer of 2014 might have marked a new page in the development of the global passenger air travel market. Only a few global media sources have missed out on covering the Norwegian’s latest ambition – to launch low-cost transatlantic flights from London. A similar initiative is being also considered by the Chinese Spring Airlines, […]

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Crew Selfies: To Take or Not to Take?

Today there are millions of photos posted on various social networks every second. For instance, on Facebook alone we upload 300 million photos daily. Meanwhile, if one was to print all of the pictures currently posted on Instagram, it would reach 6 351 kilometres from the Earth. When it comes to the themes of these […]

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