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  • India's Jagson aims to fill void left by MDLR grounding


    <p>Indian carrier Jagson Airlines plans to use BAe Avro RJ85 aircraft and is moving into scheduled operations with the...


  • Slow 10 March SN Brussels Gothenburg BAe Avro RJ85 evacuation prompts Swedish concern over exit-door design


    <P>Swedish investigators have raised concerns over aircraft door design after discovering that a perfectly-functional...


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  • Toxic cabin air accepted as reality, but illness still denied

    News | 15 Mar 2010 09:00 | David Learmount

    After years of denying there is a health problem for crew and passengers from toxic cabin fumes, UK and US authorities are seemingly poised for a dramatic changehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Toxic-cabin-air-accepted-as-reality-but-illness-still-denied-339341/
  • India's Jagson aims to fill void left by MDLR grounding

    News | 03 Dec 2009 03:05 | Leithen Francis

    <p>Indian carrier Jagson Airlines plans to use BAe Avro RJ85 aircraft and is moving into scheduled operations with the help of personnel from rival Indian carrier...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Indias-Jagson-aims-to-fill-void-left-by-MDLR-grounding-335744/
  • Global business aviation market peaks

    News | 06 Mar 2008 11:28 | Murdo Morrison

    Despite fears that the four-year surge in the global business aviation market has peaked, the Middle East's largest operator shows no signs of reining in...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Global-business-aviation-market-peaks-222039/
  • Slow 10 March SN Brussels Gothenburg BAe Avro RJ85 evacuation prompts Swedish concern over exit-door design

    News | 25 Oct 2006 08:47 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    <P>Swedish investigators have raised concerns over aircraft door design after discovering that a perfectly-functional exit was rendered useless during an evacuation because a flight attendant did not have the strength to open it.</P> <P>The evacuation from an SN Brussels Airlines BAE Systems Avro RJ85 at Gothenburg on 10 March followed the collapse of the jet’s nose-gear – an isolated event traced to an incorrectly-manufactured component which prevented the gear locking.</P> <P>But although none of the 32 occupants was injured, the Swedish Accident Investigation Board (SHK) has expressed concern over the ease with which the left rear door effectively became inoperable.</P> <P>The jet came to rest on its nose and the slight inclination of the fuselage was enough to prevent the female flight attendant’s being able to open the door fully and lock it in position – even despite the aid of an 8kt wind blowing from directly in front of the aircraft.</P> <P>“With only 28 passengers and the frohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Slow-10-March-SN-Brussels-Gothenburg-BAe-Avro-RJ85-evacuation-prompts-Swedish-concern-over-exit-door-design-210217/
  • Swiss results beat losses forecast

    News | 23 Sep 2002 23:00

    <p>ALEXANDER CAMPBELL / BASLE</p> <p>But embattled carrier still faces major challenges as Oneworld alliance talks and pilots' union negotiations stall </p> <p>Swiss International Air Lines has reported its first interim results since its birth earlier this year. Although better than expected, the airline faces several problems, including the collapse of talks with its pilots' union, and lack of progress in joining the Oneworld alliance. </p> <p>Swiss lost SFr450 million ($302 million) on sales of SFr1.7 billion. Both figures were well ahead of the airline's forecasts - &quot;much less red than we planned&quot;, says chairman Pieter Bouw - and its ample cash reserves of SFr736 million can sustain its current burn rate of almost SFr2.5 million a day in the short term. The carrier forecasts total losses of SFr1.1 billion for the year and breakeven in 2003.</p> <p>However, on every side the carrier's operations have run into trouble. Talks with the pilots' union have broken down, withhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Swiss-results-beat-losses-forecast-155305/
  • Routes

    News | 16 Jun 1998 23:00

    <p>-Iberia and Royal Air Maroc have signed a code-sharing agreement.</p> <p>-Swissair has added four new destinations to its route network, with the introduction of scheduled services from Zurich to Malabo (once weekly) and Skopje (four flights a week), as well as daily flights to Bologna and Venice in co-operation with Italian partner airline Air One.</p> <p>-Lufthansa has introduced a thrice-weekly service from Munich to Malta, to be operated by a Lufthansa CityLine BAe Avro RJ85.</p> <p>-Delta Air Lines has taken advantage of the new liberal US-Japan bilateral air services agreement, by launching a daily non-stop flight between Atlanta and Tokyo using a Boeing MD-11. Delta has also converted its Tokyo-Los Angeles service to a daily frequency from 10 June and plans to launch daily non-stop services from Portland to Osaka and Fukuoka and start a Tokyo-Hawaii service later in the year.</p> <p>-Royal Air Cambodge has launched a new direct twice-weekly service from Phnom Penh to Vienhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Routes-38274/