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  • Embattled Cimber Sterling collapses as investor halts funds


    Danish carrier Cimber Sterling has filed for bankruptcy, becoming the second major airline in the country to collapse in less than four years.


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  • Nordic states insist SAS rescue package is not illegal aid


    SAS Group's three government owner states believe their proposed participation in the company's restructuring is based...


  • CRJ stall sparks clash over automating anti-ice warning


    Norwegian investigators have clashed with Canadian regulators by pressing for automated warnings to activate Bombardier...


  • SAS Sweden could lay off 230 flight crew after Q400 grounding


    <P>Scandinavian Airlines’ Swedish division has formally notified authorities that it might be forced to lay of up to...


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  • Nordic states insist SAS rescue package is not illegal aid

    News | 26 Nov 2012 09:35 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    SAS Group's three government owner states believe their proposed participation in the company's restructuring is based on market terms, and that their assistance will help lead to the sale of national shareholdings in the airline company.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Nordic-states-insist-SAS-rescue-package-is-not-illegal-aid-379437/
  • Embattled Cimber Sterling collapses as investor halts funds

    News | 03 May 2012 08:04 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Danish carrier Cimber Sterling has filed for bankruptcy, becoming the second major airline in the country to collapse in less than four years.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Embattled-Cimber-Sterling-collapses-as-investor-halts-funds-371403/
  • CRJ stall sparks clash over automating anti-ice warning

    News | 13 Apr 2011 14:17 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Norwegian investigators have clashed with Canadian regulators by pressing for automated warnings to activate Bombardier CRJ200 wing anti-ice systems, after...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/CRJ-stall-sparks-clash-over-automating-anti-ice-warning-355528/
  • Regionals special report: Sombre fiesta

    News | 20 Sep 2010 14:47 | Victoria Moores

    <P><B><I></I></B><B><I>Regional airline executives gathering in Spain will be hard-pushed to get into the party mood after a year that has forced them to seek out new niches and innovative ways to make ends meet</I></B></P> <P>This month around 500 regional airline executives will gather for the European Regions Airline Association general assembly in Barcelona, but the Spanish fiesta spirit is likely to be lacking. "Traffic figures were picking up," says long-standing ERA director general Mike Ambrose. "But the light at the end of the tunnel turned out to be the burning top of the Icelandic volcano."</P> <P>Mount Eyjafjallajöekull struck a fiery blow to European regionals, crippling them with lost revenues and hefty payouts under European compensation rules. "It was enormously damaging for cashflow - the absurd regulation 261 just milked cash from our members," says Ambrose. "It wasn't that they had their business strategy wrong. Some airlines with a fleet of only 20 aircraft had hahttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Regionals-special-report-Sombre-fiesta-347556/
  • Cimber Sterling joins the fray at Copenhagen

    News | 22 Jan 2009 10:00 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Cimber joins Copenhagen fray Denmark's Cimber Group is to relaunch the former Sterling Airlines operation under a new brand, Cimber...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Cimber-Sterling-joins-the-fray-at-Copenhagen-321343/
  • VIDEO: Flight's safety and operations editor and former RAF flying instructor David Learmount explains how to perform a barrel roll

    News | 16 May 2008 17:00 | David Leamount

    <P>Flight's safety and operations editor and former RAF flying instructor David Learmount explains how to perform a barrel roll.</P> <P>"Barrel rolls can be dangerous because they are so gentle and feel so easy to do that even skilled pilots can get complacent about them. If that occurs, it can result in failure to monitor the progress of the manoeuvre, which is actually quite a complex process. The most common unintended outcome is to exit from the manoeuvre at a lower altitude than the entry level.</P> <P>The same applies to another apparently simple manoeuvre that can be carried out harmlessly – provided the pilot gets it right - in any conventionally controlled aeroplane: the “wing-over” or “chandelle”. A UK Royal Air Force BAE Systems Nimrod crew died in an air show at Toronto on 2 September 1995 when a wing-over went wrong. The aircraft plunged into Lake Ontario.</P> <P>See this video....</P> <OBJECT height=355 width=425><PARAM NAME="movie" VALUE="http://www.youtube.com/v/89ghttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/VIDEO-Flights-safety-and-operations-editor-and-former-RAF-flying-instructor-David-Learmount-explains-how-to-perform-a-barrel-roll-223761/