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Aviation Safety Concerns Raised in US Over Number of ‘Close Calls’

Concerns have been raised about aviation safety standards in the United States after a report was released by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) which revealed that there had been at least 46 close-call incidents last month concerning commercial airline...

World’s First Fully Electric Flying Car Approved in the US

A California company building a flying electric car is now taking preorders after it got approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Alef Aeronautics’ flying car has been given a Special Airworthiness Certification meaning the company will be allowed to...

All US Domestic Flights Grounded Due to Computer Glitch

Every domestic flight across the US was grounded on Wednesday due to a computer system glitch. An estimated 2,512 flights were delayed according to flight tracking websites. The computer glitch affected the Notice to Air Missions system, which alerts pilots...

Argentinian Enterpreneur Interested in Greek Airports

Argentinian entrepreneur Eduardo Eurnekian is expected to make an offer to the Hellenic Republic Assets Development Fund (HRADF) for the ongoing competition concerning 21 Greek airports. During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Martin Eurnekian, nephew of the Argentinian billionaire...