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Airbus’s plan to sniff out Explosives

May 6th, 2020

Airbus, in partnership with a Biotech startup, is working to develop a new innovative way to keep us safe in flight. The living cells, combined with microprocessors, will work as defence technology to sniff out explosives and could be further enginee ..

Airbus Furloughing 3,200 UK Workers at Broughton Plant

April 28th, 2020

On Monday, Airbus said it would give furlough to some 3,200 production and production-support workers at its aircraft wing production site in Broughton, Wales. The announcement came after the plane maker's chief executive, Guillaume Faury, warned the ..

Frankfurt Airport traffic Falls 62% with planes parked

April 21st, 2020

Although it is the centre of German aviation, the global pandemic that has caused a great reduction in traffic has also hit the Frankfurt Airport hard. In March alone, the airport’s passenger traffic dropped by over 60%. However, its cargo operatio ..

EasyJet Delays 24 New Aircrafts, why?

April 14th, 2020

British low-cost airline group EasyJet has recently decided to postpone the delivery of 24 airbuses due to the current coronavirus pandemic which has caused the business of air transportation to plummet than anyone could have suspected or predicted d ..

American Airlines apologizes for mistakenly offering voluntary leave to its pilots amidst the coronavirus

April 7th, 2020

One of the major carriers in the United States, American Airline, relay their apology to their pilots after mistakenly offering them thousands of voluntary leave options as part of the company’s plan and effort to lower and cut the costs to fight t ..