A low-cost airline that announced new flights out of P.E.I. just six weeks ago is shutting down before it even got started on the Island. In early January, Lynx Air promised up to three weekly departures from Charlottetown Airport to Toronto and Calgary, with service slated to begin in May. Late Thursday night, however, the airline said it would cease operations as of Feb. 26 after filing for creditor protection.The news caught the Charlottetown Airport Authority by surprise, CEO Doug Newson tol
As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel - air taxis
When you walk through the halls of The Pentagon, you can see photos of many important figures in the United States Armed Forces. As you walk up the hallway of a section devoted to the Air Force, there is a section devoted to all the former Chief Master Sergeants of the Air Force. Nineteen people…
Russian President Vladimir Putin sat in the cockpit of a supersonic strategic bomber during a test flight, the Interfax news agancy has reported. The plane, a TU-160M, took off from the military airfield in Kazan, and the flight lasted around 30 minutes, according to the Interfax report. The decision to take part in the flight was made by Putin the day before during a visit to the aircraft factory, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying. Details of the flight were not revealed in a
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy held a meeting of the Staff of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief on 22 February, where he listened to reports from the Commander-in-Chief and Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, as well as classified information on everything related to the future provision of F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine.
Denmark is working "at full capacity" to deliver the first F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine this summer. Source: Danish Defense Minister Troels Lund Poulsen at a press conference, reports European Pravda with reference to the press service of the Danish Ministry of Defence Details: Poulsen does, however, admit that establishing an exact schedule for fighter jet transfers is difficult.
Despite the significant losses in the war against Ukraine, Russia still has a large aircraft fleet and the capacity to produce about several aircraft a year, in addition to repairing the old aircraft. Source: Yurii Ihnat, spokesman for the Air Force of Ukraine, in an interview with Ukrinform news agency Quote: "We should not hope that they will have something worn out.
The Ukrainian Air Force says it is unclear exactly when Ukraine will receive the F-16 fighter jets, but they are eagerly anticipated as soon as possible. Source: Yurii Ihnat, spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force, in an interview with Ukrinform Quote: "Pilots are undergoing retraining, infrastructure is adapting, temporary shelters are being constructed, and improvements are being made to the take-off and landing strip.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is unable to specify the timeframe for the provision of F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine, pointing out that the pilots must be ready to fly them. Source: Jens Stoltenberg, in an interview for Radio Liberty on 20 February Quote: "It's impossible to say exactly when, because it's a dilemma.
Boeing and Airbus struck deals to sell billions of dollars' worth of planes at this week's airshow in Singapore, but supply chain disruptions mean they may struggle to deliver them on time, analysts said.Aviation analyst Shukor Yusof said Boeing and Airbus had already indicated that some of their popular models would be unavailable until 2030.
In a change as unusual as switching at Euston, the London Overground (thats the double-striped orange line on the tube map) has had its six routes given their own name and colour in what mayor Sadiq Khan says will make it simpler and easier for passengers to get around.The Overground first starte...