DELTA TOOK OVER FIRST A350-900
Delta Airlines became the first North American airline to take over the Airbus A350-900. In silence, without the presence of journalists at the headquarters of the European aircraft manufacturer in Toulouse. The company has released only a press release about the takeover of the machine.
The airplane has 306 seats and its first flight will be on the route from Delta base in Detroit to Narita Tokyo Airport on the 30th of October. Its next journey will then lead to Seoul and Beijing. The A350 replaces the last of the 747-400 machines operated by Delta. That one should go to aviation retirement during this last quarter.
In addition to the Delta, Airbus A350 has been ordered by only two other North American air carriers. American and United Airlines.
200 PASSENGERS GOT STUCK AT THE AIRPORT
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7 THOUSAND AIRCRAFT IN TWENTY YEARS
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FLIGHT WITH ONE ENGINE
Pilot of Hawaiian Airlines has shown that flying with only one engine is not really a problem. During a trip from Kona to Honolulu, he noticed that the left engine