ANOTHER CHILDBIRTH ON BOARD OF AN AIRCRAFT
Lufthansa flight from Bogota to Frankfurt was well seasoned for all passengers. And especially for one woman who brought a newborn to the world on board. And place of birth? D-AIFC could be in the baby’s birth certificate. This is the designation of Lufthansa’s Airbus A340 aircraft.
There were 191 passengers on board, three of which doctors. The woman must have been very grateful for them. The delivery went smoothly. But the pilot landed in Manchester so the woman with her baby could be taken to a hospital.
RYANAIR CALLS INSOLVENCY OF AIR BERLIN A COMPLOT
Irish low-cost airline Ryanair filed a complaint with German and European authorities because of Air Berlin insolvency. It already had long-term financial difficulties. Its main shareholder, Etihad, refused to finance
EASYJET BANISHED A 15-YEAR-OLD BOY FROM A PLANE
Casper Read was fifteen years old when he was on his way to his grandparents from London Gatwick to France. Suddenly, the airline's staff called on him to leave the
HUGE INTEREST IN AIRBALTIC
Latvian national air carrier airBaltic is for sale - and interest in it is huge. The local government is selling 80% of the company's share and allegedly has already received