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An Italian Blue Panorama B757-200 aircraft with 130 passengers and 8 crew on board landed safely at Seychelles International Airport Pointe Larue after it was declared an emergency 18 minutes after ta
(eTN) - The unauthorized slow-go and wild-cat strikes by members of the Kenyan air traffic control (ATC) has led to a series of flight delays impacting thousands of passengers.
(eTN) - The crash outside Kilimanjaro International Airport last Thursday night, in which the pilot was seriously injured and one apparent trainee pilot killed, has been attributed by aviation sources
It's summer and vacation planning is in full swing. While dreaming of sun and sand or mountains and lakes, many travelers forget that flying carries some uncertainties.
A consortium of carriers said on Sunday that airlines do not want UK government to reduce its dominant stake in the country's air-traffic control system below 25 percent
DUBAI, UAE - Much has been made of the aviation industry's growth in the Middle East in the past year.
(eTN) - According to reports from Kinshasa, the Congo DR transport ministry was awarded a new turnkey project last week to install a new air traffic control and management system across the sprawling
WASHINGTON, DC - President Obama spent his Labor Day pushing a new US$50 billion vision for revamping America’s crumbling transportation infrastructure.
DUBAI, UAE - According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Middle Eastern airlines saw an increase in demand of passengers by 16.8 percent in July year-on-year and by 19.4 percent o
The Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization bill passed in the US Senate on Monday night by a unanimous vote.
As the FIFA World Cup draws nearer and the host football association, local transportation, and hotels and resorts are gearing up towards the biggest challenge of their lives, the country’s air traf
Miami International Airport, through the efforts of US Rep.
"The Middle East is one of the most dynamic aviation markets in the world expanding from 5 percent of international traffic to 10 percent in the past seven years.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday evening was forced to close several air corridors above eastern North Carolina for 30 minutes as a desperation move to avoid a serious safety risk when wo
ALEXANDRIA, VA - In every way, the country is on the verge of change.