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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.

Jun 7, 2020

Join Carlos, Nev, Matt and Paul from the Layovers Podcast for this weeks latest episode of the UK's Number One Aviation Podcast.

In this week's show we learn that Amazon are leasing some new aircraft as business continues to boom, The first A220 rolls off its dedicated Alabama assembly line and we learn that Lion air stops its passenger services just days after restarting them as people fail to follow the rules.

In the military the A400M is cleared to drop more Paratroopers from it's side doors and there's good news for the iconic B52 as the contest gets underway to replace it's engines.

Armando to talks to Bob Mills about his commercial flying career and Chris Marsh tells us all about his passenger experience flying with 'La Compagnie'.

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


Amazon expands fleet with 12 leased freighters from ATSG

GCAA investigation into DA62 crash at Dubai

British Airways Boeing 787 Pushed Off Of The Taxiway In Edmonton

U.S. scraps plans to ban Chinese airlines after Beijing permits foreign carriers, will limit flights to two a week

Pilot positive, Air India recalls plane to Moscow from midway

Microsoft Flight Simulator gets into the nitty-gritty of navigation in a new video

First Alabama made Airbus A220 takes flight

New Japan LCC Zipair makes aviation debut with only cargo on first flight

Airline restarts flights, cancels them again when passengers can't follow Covid-19 regulations

Furious Ryanair passenger blasts airline after being stopped from boarding flight

Turkish Airlines Introduces Hygiene Experts on Flights


Airbus A400M cleared to drop more paratroopers through its side doors

US Air Force launches contest to replace the B-52 bomber’s engine