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Monday 26. May 2014 UK’s Heathrow airport announced an updated plan to expand the airport

Air Cargo World reported that UK’s Heathrow airport announced Tuesday an updated plan to expand the airport, including doubling cargo capacity to improve UK export competitiveness. Heathrow already moves 65 percent of the UK’s 400 billion pound (US$673.4 billion) freight exports. The plan is meant t...


Tuesday 06. May 2014 The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is about to make flying into Europe easier for foreign airlines

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is about to make flying into Europe easier for foreign airlines, centralizing the currently fragmented authorization process for commercial Air Transport (AT) operators.  Under the agency's new Third Country Operator regulation (Part-TCO), foreign airlines ...


Tuesday 06. May 2014 Approaches to further reduce aircraft carbon dioxide emissions

EADS is evaluating different approaches and is demonstrating a number of initiatives in the field of electric and hybrid propulsion at the Paris Air Show 2013. These projects ...


Tuesday 06. May 2014 Emirates SkyCargo’s freighter fleet officially started operation

After months of construction, planning and testing, Emirates SkyCargo’s freighter fleet officially started operating Thursday from its new cargo terminal at Dubai World Central’s (DWC) Al Maktoum International Airport.  The official start of operations was marked by the morning arrival of an Emirate...


Tuesday 06. May 2014 The new Boeing self-driven seat

With the United Nations reporting that the global population of persons over 60 will increase from approximately 810 million in 2012 to close to 2 billion people by 2050, the current design of travel facilities are highly inadequate, to the point of posing a risk to growth – especially for aviation....


Wednesday 23. April 2014 Boeing’s 737 aircraft as the best-selling airplane of all time

Blomberg Businessweek reports that Boeing’s 737 aircraft just marked an aviation first: The 8,000th model has rolled off the assembly line, a round-num...


Tuesday 22. April 2014 Airbus went for an entire family of super-efficient aircraft with a projected development cost of more than $10 billion

Bloomberg Businessweek reports that a modern airliner is a semi-autonomous system. Planes have an electronic nervous system that constantly monitors thousands of parameters internally a...


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