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A RED Air MD-82 operating from Santo Domingo to Miami suffered a left main gear collapse on landing 21 June. The aircraft then caught…
New photos from Hostomel Airport outside Kyiv confirm that the Antonov AN-225 ‘Mriya’ (Dream) has been destroyed, likely beyond repair. Here’s a look back…
On 15 September 2021, a Lufthansa Airbus A350 registered D-AIXK operating flight LH434 from Munich (MUC) to Chicago (ORD), turned around over Scotland then…
India has rescinded its order grounding the 737 MAX, clearing the way for airlines in India to operate the aircraft as soon as the…
On 18 June 2021, a British Airways 787 being loaded for a cargo-only flight at London’s Heathrow Airport suffered an unintended nose gear retraction….
On 9 April 2021, Boeing announced it was recommending operators of specific 737 MAX address a potential electrical issue prior to flying the aircraft…
After the events of the past few years it’s no surprise that when the 737 MAX has an issue, it receives a lot of…
Recently we took a look at the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) and how it operates as the regulatory body for aviation in…
See which global regulators have approved the 737 MAX for flight and which airlines have put the aircraft back into service….
After grounding the 737 MAX in March 2019, the FAA today cleared the aircraft to return to commercial service pending the completion of a…
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