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Allegiant announces new planes and an employee-approved livery

Allegiant Air is expanding their Airbus fleet with brand new planes, a first for the budget carrier. New birds demand a new livery, right? We love this idea! The post Allegiant announces new planes and an employee-approved livery appeared first on AirlineReporter.

CASA director of safety Skidmore resigns after less than two years

If Australia wants to retain its international safety level at the top level, the Government will need to act promptly to remedy issues in CASA The post CASA director of safety Skidmore resigns after less than two years appeared first on Plane Talking.

Will Tigerair fly the most profitable jets on Canberra routes?

Has Tiger re-started something on Canberra routes that Jetstar will finish? The post Will Tigerair fly the most profitable jets on Canberra routes? appeared first on Plane Talking.

Southern Cross will never look the same after planet discovered

There is an Earth sized planet orbiting the closest star to our Sun, and its just possible your grandchildren will see it close up The post Southern Cross will never look the same after planet discovered appeared first on Plane Talk...

MH370 search to look closely ASAP at unresolved sonar contacts

The nightmare scenario is that fragments of MH370 are found, on the sea floor, but are parts of it that have floated from somewhere else and then sunk The post MH370 search to look closely ASAP at unresolved sonar contacts appeared first on Plane Talking.

Qantas makes record $1.53 billion profits, pays dividend, staff bonus

Dividend drought ends with 7 cents share payout, staff get $3000 bonuses, group makes record profits across major operating segments The post Qantas makes record $1.53 billion profits, pays dividend, staff bonus appeared first on Plane Talking.

Rising tide of possible MH370 fragments being reported

Could this object be from an engine pylon on missing flight MH370? The post Rising tide of possible MH370 fragments being reported appeared first on Plane Talking.

Win a Sweet Qatar Airways Airbus A380 Model!

Do you want to win a Qatar Airways Airbus A380 model? Of course you do! Lucky for you, we have one and we are looking to give it a new home. All you need to do is make sure you are following us on Twitter, and then retweet our contest tweet and you are eligible. […] The post Win a Sweet Qatar Airways Airbus A380 Model! appeared first on AirlineReporter.

Tigerair re-starts low cost flights Canberra-Melbourne

The days of flying hundreds of high school students to Canberra to see the War Memorial and other places of interest may be on the way back with low cost flights The post Tigerair re-starts low cost flights Canberra-Melbourne appeared first on Plane Talking.

Qantas, groceries, petrol, and who gets to be on top

The idea that consumers might buy something from someone to the exclusion of a competitor for the promise that someone else might possibly give them a 'free' flight before they die trying to get it is an interesting phenomenon The post Qantas, groceries, petrol, and who gets to be on top appeared first on Plane Talking.

HARS Convair 440 shows some class as it reaches Dubbo: VIDEO

This was how you arrived in style at country towns in 1948 The post HARS Convair 440 shows some class as it reaches Dubbo: VIDEO appeared first on Plane Talking.

Something very special is on its way to Albion Park

Australia's restored Super Constellation and its preserved Qantas 747-400 are about to be joined by a rarely seen Convair 240 at Albion Park The post Something very special is on its way to Albion Park appeared first on Plane Talkin...

ANA Takes Delivery of its 50th Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Roughly five years ago, ANA took delivery of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner. More than that, it was the first 787 to enter commercial service. Twenty million passengers, three hundred thousand flying hours, and one hundred twenty five thousand flights later, they are now at fifty. Show More Summary

ATSB new MH370 search initiatives include tracking replica flaperons

The ATSB has made some potentially major disclosures about a section of MH370's wing and the future of a search for the missing airliner in foreign news reports The post ATSB new MH370 search initiatives include tracking replica flaperons appeared first on Plane Talking.

ATSB takes three years to investigate pushback bingle

Australia's safety investigator exhaustively concludes that airlines need to keep a sharp lookout while reversing their jets. Really? Yes. The post ATSB takes three years to investigate pushback bingle appeared first on Plane Talkin...

Top 3 Airlines of SimpliFlying Awards 2016

After careful evaluation by a highly esteemed jury, we are pleased to announce the top three airlines for the award categories in SimpliFlying Awards 2016 f0r Excellence in Social Media. All the finalists this year are invited to the awards ceremony in London co-hosted by Terrapinn at the Aviation Festival Europe on September 7, 2016. Show More Summary

Flying Air Transat Club Class from Manchester to Vancouver

I recently had the opportunity to fly Air Transat’s Club Class on their service from Manchester to Vancouver using an Airbus A330-200. Club Class on Air Transat is more equal to premium economy on other European carriers, or World Traveller Plus on British Airways; it is not a true business class. Show More Summary

Scoot to fly Singapore-Athens from June next year

Scoot's Athen's flights open a new chapter in Singapore Airlines' plans to develop a multi-brand low cost and full service business model The post Scoot to fly Singapore-Athens from June next year appeared first on Plane Talking.

An initial factual assessment of MH370 pilot’s home flight simulator

Independent assessment puts some MH370 assertions on ice for the time being The post An initial factual assessment of MH370 pilot’s home flight simulator appeared first on Plane Talking.

Why airlines might really hit the wall in the near future

A skills crisis waits in ambush for air travel, and importing skilled workers isn't going to be the answer it is in some places today The post Why airlines might really hit the wall in the near future appeared first on Plane Talking...

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