AIRBUSES A350-900 MUST REGULARLY RESET SYSTEM
The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus warned airlines operating their A350-900 machines to periodically reset the electrical system in their aircraft. Otherwise, there may be false warnings of malfunctions or even system failure.
Problems occurred when the system was not reset for more than 149 hours. The official airline regulation has already been issued by the European Aviation Authority. At the same time, they ordered Airbus to work to remove the defect.
Similar technical issues have occurred with Boeing 787 or Airbus A380.
LESS LUGGAGE ON BOARD
Irish low cost airline Ryanair wants to reduce the number of luggage that passengers can take on board because of the delays. The company has announced that as of November,
BRITISH EASYJET WILL ESTABLISH NEW AIRLINE IN AUSTRIA
Brexit has dangerously complicated the situation for British airlines. They are at risk because when England exits the EU, an open sky agreement will no longer apply to them. This
ENDED UP IN JAIL FOR THE WAY HE PILOTED A DRONE
39-year-old Paul Skinner has earned his place in aviation history. But with no doubt, not the one he would want. He became the first person to be convicted for the