Tag: JFK Airport

Emirates Investigating Missed NYC Landing Approach

Reading Time: < 1 minute Emirates said it’s reviewing an incident where an A380 was reported as flying low on a runway approach at New York’s JFK airport earlier this month. Tracking data from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey posted on Aviation Herald recorded the A380 at an altitude of 338 feet at its lowest point […]

Egypt Air Boeing 777 and Virgin Airbus A330 Minor Collision at JFK

Reading Time: < 1 minute An EgyptAir Boeing 777 and a Virgin Atlantic A330-300 suffered a collison. The two aircraft clipped wings while taxiing at JFK Airport, New York. An EgyptAir spokesperson said: “The Flight MS 986, a Boeing 777, was moving on Taxiway Kilo at the airport when its right wing slightly touched the left wing of Virgin Atlantic […]

Norwegian Air Hiring U.S. Pilots for Fort Lauderdale Base

Reading Time: 3 minutes To shore up growth in the United States in coming years, Norwegian Air Shuttle announced Monday it is recruiting and hiring American pilots for its crew base at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The Scandinavian low-cost airline, which has drawn opposition from U.S. carriers and unions over its business practices, said its goal is to hire […]

Si2 Attempts First Emission-Free Solar Electric Transatlantic Flight

Reading Time: 3 minutes Si2 took off early Monday morning from JFK, NY, to attempt the crossing of the Atlantic and prove that an efficient energy future is possible. Solar Impulse 2 (Si2) took off early Monday morning from Kennedy Airport, New York, to attempt the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean and prove that an efficient energy future is possible. […]

Serbia and Kosovo Accelerate Flight Plans

Reading Time: 2 minutes Serbia and Kosovo have agreed to accelerate plans to establish flights between Belgrade and Pristina. At last week’s high-level EU-moderated reconciliation talks in Brussels, the two sides discussed ways in which to avoid drawn-out bureaucratic procedures and unresolved airspace issues which could delay the service launch. Since Serbia and Kosovo have not regulated portions of […]