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  1. #741
    RAF tanker and US fighter jets nearly crashed as flight controller was distracted by phone call, report reveals
    The F-15 flying at 402mph was so close that the tanker crew could feel the turbulence as it switched on its afterburner and roared away in a desperate bid to avoid a crash.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...ht-controller/

  2. #742
    Quote Originally Posted by dilushasg-bdavi View Post
    They even had the BG livery on a 747-400 which they leased for just 3 months, 5 years ago
    Biman has taken delivery B777-212 from Malaysia based FlyGlobal Airlines on the 27-Jul. Any idea how long this aircraft is going to be in Biman's fleet? Its S/N 390, 9M-FGA.

  3. #743
    Quote Originally Posted by banuthev View Post
    Biman has taken delivery B777-212 from Malaysia based FlyGlobal Airlines on the 27-Jul. Any idea how long this aircraft is going to be in Biman's fleet? Its S/N 390, 9M-FGA.
    Don't know about this but Biman has extended the lease of the A332 from WAMOS.
    https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/n...lease-contract

  4. #744
    QR operating dreamliner from VCE for the first time . and this will be the first airline to operate an B787 in VCE .

    This will continue till 31st august 2017

  5. #745
    Air Astana orders five Embraer E190-E2s
    Kazakhstan’s national carrier Air Astana has signed a contract for five new re-engined Embraer E190-E2 narrowbodies. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in the fall of 2018, the airline announced.
    http://www.rusaviainsider.com/air-as...raer-e190-e2s/

  6. #746
    Quote Originally Posted by banuthev View Post
    Wamos has ferried the EC-MJS (A332) to Biman in Dhaka - yesterday. I am surprised its been painted in Biman livery. So that means its going to be in the fleet for few more months?
    These days everyone uses stickers - that looks like what was done here.

    Was also done with CS-TFZ - stickers have been removed.
    Always fly a stable approach - it's the only stability you'll find this business

  7. #747
    Russia’s new MC-21 jet will climb to an altitude of 11 kilometers for the first time

    http://newsinflight.com/2017/08/18/r...he-first-time/

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