Feb 14, 2021
Join Carlos, Matt, Nev and Armando for the show this week.
In this week's show we look at a new website just for the
passenger which focuses on Turbulence, The Airbus Beluga looks to
obtain ETOPS certification & a Southwest crew present
passengers with a very amusing pre flight brief.
In the military the U.S. Air Force Is Planning To Get Six New E-11A With The Battlefield Airborne Communication Node Payload & A Brazilian air force KC-390 is in Alaska for cold weather testing.
We'll also be talking to Europe President for Honeywell, Jim
Currier about aviation and travel in 2021
• How airlines and airports are working to keep passengers safe while travelling
• How passenger concerns about travel vary in different regions
• The innovations Honeywell has developed to improve hygiene without impacting the passenger experience.
You can find out more about Honeywell here - https://aerospace.honeywell.com/en
Of course there's more from the George Lee MBE interview series and another episode of The Plane Truth talking all about Turning Circles.
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Here are the links to the stories we featured this week :
BOMBARDIER DROPS ICONIC LEARJET TO FOCUS ON LUXURY MODELS
NEW WEBSITE FOR PASSENGERS TO LOOK AT POSSIBLE TURBULENCE
BRAND NEW BRITISH AIRWAYS BOEING 787-10 SENT TO STORAGE
UNITED AIRLINES JUST INVESTED $1 BILLION IN OUR AIR TAXI
AIRBUS INTENDS ETOPS FOR BELUGAXL TO SUPPORT TRANSATLANTIC
STOWAWAY SURVIVES FLIGHT CLINGING TO LANDING GEAR AT 19,000
THE U.S. AIR FORCE IS PLANNING TO GET SIX NEW E-11A WITH THE
BATTLEFIELD AIRBORNE COMMUNICATION NODE PAYLOAD
BRAZILIAN AIR FORCE KC-390 IN ALASKA FOR COLD WEATHER
B-29 DOC TO HOST WICHITA WARBIRD WEEKEND