Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of June 2022: 30 – KLM has repaid the final €277 million of the state-backed credit facility that it received as Covid aid in 2020. Since May, the Dutch carrier repaid the €927 million drawn from...
The past year 2021 has seen record sales of Boeing freighters. After getting to eighty on December 21 thanks to an order for nineteen 767-300Fs from UPS, Boeing announced on January 6 that it had received another order before the end of the year from Atlas Air. The...
Eighteen aircraft from six US airlines have been commissioned by the US Department of Defense to assist with the evacuation of US citizens from Kabul (Afghanistan). For the first time in eighteen years, the DoD has activated the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) to...
What happens when you decide to treat people as payload? The DoT allows for an average weight of 209 pounds per passenger. So, doing some math, we can get the weight of people, their bags and the mail. Then divide all this by gallons of fuel and some neat numbers...
News The crash of an Amazon Prime 767 near Houston operated by Atlas Air as flight 3591 last week has once again brought up the question of older airliners. The aircraft in question was 26 years old, having undergone a cargo conversion by IAI-Bedek in Singapore. ...
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