Flight Safety Foundation Calls for Adherence to Guidance on Civilian Flights in Conflict Zones

Flight Safety Foundation Calls for Adherence to Guidance on Civilian Flights in Conflict Zones

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia – Flight Safety Foundation is calling on all countries to adhere to established guidance on civilian aircraft flying through conflict zones following the tragic downing of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 in Iranian airspace. Under established International Civil...
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Etihad Airways Is Operating An Eco-Flight To Brussels Today

Etihad Airways Is Operating An Eco-Flight To Brussels Today

Etihad is today operating a special ‘Eco-Flight’ from Abu Dhabi to Brussels. Celebrating Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2020, the flight will put a range of sustainable initiatives into practice. At the Dubai Airshow, the airline announced a partnership wi...
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Boeing Releases ‘Damning’ 737 MAX Documents

Boeing Releases ‘Damning’ 737 MAX Documents

Boeing has released over 100 pages of internal communications about the 737 MAX that the airplane manufacturer is calling “completely unacceptable”. According to The Washington Post, the documents include conversations between Boeing technical pilots and ...
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Modeling and solving a bi-objective airport slot scheduling problem

Modeling and solving a bi-objective airport slot scheduling problem

The strategic airport slot allocation problem concerns the scheduling of airlines’ requests for landings and take-offs at congested airports for a series of days within a given scheduling season. Relevant scheduling models dealing with the strategic airport ...
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A constraint programming model with time uncertainty for cooperative flight departures

A constraint programming model with time uncertainty for cooperative flight departures

The lack of a proper integration of strategic Air Traffic Management decision support tools with tactical Air Traffic Control interventions usually generates a negative impact on the Reference Business Trajectory adherence, and in consequence affects the poten...
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Delta Air Lines Spends $100,000 Offsetting CO2 On CES Flights

Delta Air Lines Spends $100,000 Offsetting CO2 On CES Flights

Delta Air Lines has announced that it will spend $100,000 to offset the CO2 emissions from its CES 2020 flights. CEO Ed Bastian used his keynote address at the event to announce that the company would be offsetting its flights...
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Lufthansa Group Passengers Increase 2.3% In 2019 Despite Strikes

Lufthansa Group Passengers Increase 2.3% In 2019 Despite Strikes

Despite strikes forcing the group to cancel many flights in 2019, the group still managed to carry more passengers than previously. In 2019 the group carried a whopping 145 million passengers around the world. The group managed 1.2million flights that...
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Parallel Reality experience to be trialled at Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Parallel Reality experience to be trialled at Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Delta Air Lines will launch Parallel Reality at Detroit Airport, allowing multiple travellers to see personalised content on a single digital screen. The new technology allows multiple travellers to see personalised content tailored to their unique journey on ...
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How Auckland Airport Is Using Technology To Improve Turnarounds

How Auckland Airport Is Using Technology To Improve Turnarounds

According to a recent press release, Auckland International Airport is one of the fastest-growing airports in Australasia. Auckland Airport, along with many other airports around the world, is embracing a concept called Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A...
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Airbus delivers strong 2019 commercial aircraft performance

Airbus delivers strong 2019 commercial aircraft performance

Airbus SE (Stock exchange symbol: AIR) delivered 863 commercial aircraft to 99 customers in 2019, outpacing its previous output record set in 2018 by eight percent. In the 17th yearly production increase in a row, Airbus progressed on the transition to all...
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