Another great cloud surfing movie.
A few words from our pilot:
“I grab an IFR clearance to go play with some clouds, along with Dave Byler, a Huntsville air traffic controller, so he can share in the fun and know what I’m doing when I ask for the block clearance. No video really reflects the full excitement … Continued
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), along with three governmental aviation safety organisations, took the first step to creating a global information exchange to improve aviation safety.
IATA, together with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the Commission of the European Union (EU), has signed a Declaration of Intent … Continued
Lockheed Martin hit the target in two tests featuring DAGR guided rockets launched from an airborne OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter. This is the fourth aircraft DAGR has fired from in the past year—prior platforms include the AH-64D Apache and the AH-6 Little Bird.
Two DAGRs were launched from the OH-58D Kiowa in airborne tests, at ranges … Continued
The Cessna Aircraft Company has announced that it has been named a winner of a 2009 MarketTools CustomerSat Achievement in Customer Excellence (ACE) award.
MarketTools CustomerSat ACE awards are presented each year by MarketTools to companies scoring highest on customer satisfaction surveys using its MarketTools CustomerSat enterprise feedback management (EFM) software. Cessna uses MarketTools CustomerSat to measure customer … Continued
The new Rolls-Royce Ghost has received the prestigious “red dot: best of the best” award for the very highest level of design.
The red dot award recognises unusually high quality and groundbreaking design. The Rolls‑Royce Ghost has a unique character expressed by an exclusive, unmistakable appearance whose design reinterprets the classic values of the brand in … Continued
Japan Airlines (JAL) has applied to the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) to revise down, from the 1st April 2010, its international cargo fuel surcharge for flights departing from Japan only.
Since the 1st April 2009, JAL started adjusting its cargo fuel surcharge levels on a monthly basis by using the one-month … Continued
US Airways has launched a new wireless Internet product, Gogo(R) Inflight Internet, on five of its Airbus A321 aircraft. Gogo, which is provided by Aircell, allows passengers to use their laptops or Wi-Fi enabled mobile devices to surf the Web, email friends and family, log into corporate Virtual Private Networks (VPN) and access online entertainment … Continued
Would you like to win a pair of tickets with Air New Zealand from Auckland to London on their new Boeing 777-300 aircraft? Then get your thinking caps on!
Air New Zealand has launched an Aviation Design Academy inviting customers from around the globe to get creative and conjure up innovative designs to enhance the in-flight … Continued
Emirates arrived in Tokyo on Sunday evening with its inaugural non-stop flight, following a day of celebrating all things Japan in Dubai.
Japan was Emirates’ theme in its hospitality suites at this year’s Dubai World Cup, the world’s richest day of horse racing, which took place on Saturday at Meydan Racecourse.