What would our world be without international aviation? Airlines connect countries and continents with each other every day.

The section “International” deals with pretty much all events that happen outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, in the aviation industry. From bulk orders to new routes to new airports, everything can be found here.

Tip: News from the military aviation can be found here and to Tourism go to this link.

What would our world be without international aviation? Airlines connect countries and continents with each other every day.

The section “International” deals with pretty much all events that happen outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, in the aviation industry. From bulk orders to new routes to new airports, everything can be found here.

Tip: News from the military aviation can be found here and to Tourism go to this link.

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World2Fly postpones the first flight to June 2021

The airline startup World2Fly is postponing the first flight to June 18, 2021. Originally, the plan was to take off at the beginning of the 2021 summer flight schedule. The still complicated entry and quarantine regulations have made the delay necessary, according to company boss Gabriel Subias

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Volotea fleets 15 Airbus A320s

The low-cost airline Volotea wants to have a total of 2021 planes in the air in the summer of 39. In direct comparison with the previous year, that is three more jets. The carrier will increasingly rely on Airbus A320 in the future,

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Russia: Superjet should take off as a business jet

The Russian United Aircraft Corporation now wants to make the Sukhoi Superjet palatable as a business jet. Since the manufacturer now has a considerable amount of stock, they want to convert machines that have already been completed. This step is ordered directly

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NTSB has TWA800 wreck scrapped

The wreck of TWA Flight 800, which crashed into the sea on July 17, 1996 shortly after taking off from New York JFK, has been cleared for scrapping by the US investigative authority NTSB. The N93119, a Boeing

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Rome: AlbaStar takes on Africa flights

The Spanish charter airline AlbaStar was able to land a charter order from Jennifer Tour in Italy. On behalf of the tour operator, flights to Burkina Faso and Ouagadougou will be carried out from Rome-Fiumicino. According to AlbaStar it is

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Singapore Airlines is upgrading A380 cabins

Singapore Airlines confirms with a cabin upgrade that they believe in the future of the Airbus A380 fleet. However, the number of machines is to be reduced to twelve. It is not yet clear when the super jumbos will be used commercially again

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Covid: Erwin-Rommel-Kaserne helps out in Portugal

The Alb-Danube Medical Regiment 3 of the Erwin-Rommel barracks in Dornstadt sends a total of 27 additional doctors and nurses to Portugal. There, the medical Bundeswehr soldiers will help the currently overloaded health system. Portugal asked under the

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