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Plane Talking UK's Podcast

Carlos, Nev, Armando and Matt bring you a weekly Podcast that will focus on the Commercial and Military Aviation news relating to us long suffering members of the general public.

May 24, 2020

Join Carlos, Nev, Armando and Matt for this weeks recording of PTUK Aviation Podcast.

In today's commercial aviation news we learn of a data breach at EasyJet affecting 9 million customers, vending machines appear in airports selling PPE and AirFrance announce the retirement of their entire fleet of A380s.

In the military aviation we hear of awful news from the Snowbirds Display Team and the Irish Air Corps in the Market for a new Transport Plane.

Carlos talks to Max Trescott about an innovative autoland product from Garmin and Nev brings us his latest bumper highlights package.

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Here are the links to the stories we featured this week :


EasyJet admits data of nine million hacked

Unions say Ryanair exaggerating COVID threat to undermine conditions

British Airways set to take delivery of first Boeing 787-10 this week

Cessna Skycourier finally flies

Crash: PIA A320 at Karachi on May 22nd 2020

At least 56 dead as Pakistan plane crashes into Karachi houses

Vending machines at airports selling PPE

Bank of China now own 12% (ish) of Norwegian

Rolls-Royce is cutting at least 9,000 jobs as the coronavirus slams aviation

American Airlines 787s Covered In Fire Suppression System Malfunction

Etihad Operates Historic First Flight To Israel

Air France To Retire Its Entire Airbus A380 Fleet

Lufthansa Group joins fuel from sunlight and air project


Officer Calls Snowbirds Crash 'Nightmare' as Probe Begins

Red Arrows moving to RAF Waddington from RAF Scampton

Matt's first ever appearance on PTUK was in this episode!

FAA investigating Detroit drone flight that came 'dangerously close' to Blue Angels

Irish Air Corps in the Market for a Transport Plane

Annie Glenn, wife of Astronaut John Glenn passes