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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Emirates expands A380 use

Golf carrier Emirates Airline is expanding its capacities to Moscow, Manchester and London Heathrow. The Airbus A380 model is to be used on the three routes mentioned. To the largest airport in the United Kingdom from November 27, 2020

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SunExpress: There is a free middle seat for money

The Turkish holiday airline SunExpress is now offering a guaranteed free middle seat for a fee. The booking can be made by phone, for example, and according to the carrier it costs at least 39 euros. “In Corona times, there is a SunExpress aircraft

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UK and USA sign Openskies contract

Since the transition period agreed with Brexit ends at the end of the year, the United Kingdom has to take care of new aviation agreements itself. An Open Skies contract has now been signed with the United States of America. This gave

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FAA gives Boeing 737-Max the green light

As announced, the US aviation authority FAA will re-approve the Boeing 737-Max on Wednesday. Various requirements are made here. Among other things, different control software must be installed. After two crashes with countless

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Strike: United union wants to paralyze Heathrow

At the largest airport in the United Kingdom, London Heathrow, several strikes by ground staff are threatened in December 2020. This expresses the displeasure against the planned cut of around 4.000 jobs. The industrial action measures are organized

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Boeing expects many conversions to freighters

The US aircraft manufacturer Boeing anticipates that significantly more cargo aircraft will be required in the next 20 years. The manufacturer would only benefit to a small extent, however, as it is predicted that the vast majority of

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