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Boeing 737 MAX Returns to New Zealand Skies

Reading Time: < 1 minute More than two years after the start of the Boeing 737 MAX grounding, New Zealand’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has issued approval for this aircraft to resume operation. Fiji Airways have been waiting for the approval to come as it operates the type sending it to New Zealand. New Zealand’s national carrier Air New Zealand […]

UAE And India Agree To Aviation Capacity Talks

Reading Time: 2 minutes The UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority is expected to hold talks with its Indian equivalent in October with the aim of securing new capacity and routes between the two countries. The emirates is proposing talks on October 3 and 4 following an agreement to setup a meeting between the two authorities by the UAE’s ambassador […]

Amazon is Going to Britain for Drone Testing

Reading Time: 2 minutes Amazon has found friendlier skies for its drones in the UK. The e-commerce giant has entered a partnership with the UK government that will allow it to carry out drone delivery testing in the country. The company aims to someday deliver packages weighing up to 5 pounds to customers in 30 minutes or less using […]

Reported Drone Collision Might Have Been a Plastic Bag

Reading Time: 3 minutes It would seem that airport authorities should not count their drones before they’re crashed, or something like that. British newspaper The Telegraph reports that a transport minister admits that the widely reported rogue drone colliding with a passenger jet last weekend may have actually been a plastic bag. Transport minister Robert Goodwill, commenting on the […]

CAA Introduces Airspace Changes to Reduce Noise and Emissions

Reading Time: 2 minutes The United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has approved a series of major airspace changes covering eastern and southern England. These changes aim to enable aircraft to fly more efficiently, help reduce the number of low-level flights and reduce the environmental impact of aviation. 

 The proposed plans, known collectively as the London Airspace Management […]