Aviation safety news

‘Seconds from crash’ at Sibson Airfield

Two aircraft were seconds from a mid-air collision at Sibson Aerodrome earlier this year according to a report from the UK Airprox Board. The report says that the two aircraft, both Cessna 208’s, were separated by just 50ft vertically before the control tower intervened preventing the collision on 18th April [read more]

New Routes

FlyBosnia get flights underway from Luton

Luton Airport (LTN/EGGW) saw its latest airline get direct flights to Sarajevo underway yesterday. FlyBosnia (6W/FBS) flew its inaugural flight from Luton to Sarajevo (SJJ/LOSA) after being sent off from Luton with the traditional water cannon salute. FlyBosnia CEO Tarik Bilalbegović said: “It is a great pleasure for me to [read more]


British Airways Pilots call off strike

British Airways (BA/BAW) pilots have agreed to call off a planned strike on 27th September in a bid to return to negotiations before “irreparable damage is done to the brand” Pilots that are members of the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) have already carried out one walkout this month on [read more]

Aviation engineering news

Airbus delivers 9000th Airbus A320

Airbus has hit a new milestone when it delivered its 9000th Airbus A320 family aircraft earlier this month. The aircraft, an Airbus A320neo (A20N) was delivered to leading low-cost carrier Easyjet (U2/EZY) on September 13th. The A320 family, and the newer A320neo family, are the second most popular airline in [read more]