Author: Jerry Taha

SAD FAREWELL FOR KLM BOEING 747

Last Flight KLM Boeing 747

AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL, NETHERLANDS – Today is a very sad day in KLM’s 100-year history and for aviation history in general as KLM will say goodbye today to the most beautiful airliner ever made – the iconic KLM Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet, also known as the Queen of the skies. The City of Tokyo will touchdown

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THE WORST YEAR IN AVIATION DUE TO CORONA OUTBREAK

THE WORST YEAR IN AVIATION DUE TO CORONA OUTBREAK

The year 2020 is now already the worst year in aviation history worldwide, due to the massive impact of the coronavirus outbreak. The COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread around the world rapidly, which causes smaller airlines to go bankrupt and even the world’s largest airlines are heaving a hard time surviving. Some governments are doing

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A PAKISTAN AIR FORCE F-16 HAS CRASHED IN ISLAMABAD

Pakistan Air Force F-16 has crashed in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN – A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) F-16AM fighter jet has crashed this morning near a park in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, BBC reports. The F-16 crashed during rehearsals for the Pakistan Day Parade on March 23. The pilot died in the crash as a hero trying to save people on the ground,

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SPANISH AIR FORCE PATRULLA ÁGUILA SOLO JET HAS CRASHED INTO THE SEA KILLING THE PILOT

Spanish Air Force Patrulla Águila #5 has crashed into the sea killing the team's solo pilot

MURCIA, SPAIN – A Spanish Air Force jet of the Patrulla Águila Aerobatic Team has crashed into the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of La Manga, Murcia in southeast Spain on February 27, The Aviationist reports. The pilot was killed in the accident. The Spanish Air Force (SAF) Patrulla Águila Aerobatic Team CASA C-101 Aviojet

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LOVE IS IN THE AIR

Emirates SkyCargo Rosie

Do you ever wonder where all the roses are coming from, which you buy for a loved one on Valentine’s Day? The answer is Colombia, Ecuador, Kenya, Ethiopia, India or The Netherlands. One thing is clear – the transport of flowers is big business all year round, but the demand for red roses is very

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