Sep 6, 2020
Join Carlos, Nev, Armando and Matt for this week's show.
In this week's show it's been a bad few weeks for Boeing's 767, Aer Lingus mulls over moving it's Transatlantic base to the UK and there's good news as more airlines ditch their change fees to encourage more people to fly.
In the military a US Navy E2 Hawkeye crashes in Virginia with the crew safely egressing the aircraft and two VERY capable helicopters get some upgrades in Russia and the US.
In this week's Plane Truth we're talking window cracks and Jan Hubner shares with us the aviation in their life.
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Here are the links to the stories we featured this week :
Accident: Omni B763 at Bucharest on Aug 28th 2020, left main
gear collapse on landing
Accident: Fedex B763 at Los Angeles on Aug 19th 2020, left main
gear did not extend
Incident: Kalitta B763 at Vancouver on Aug 17th 2020, flaps problem on approach
Stansted Airport: Two held over 'suspicious device' on plane
Aer Lingus Mulls Moving Transatlantic Services To The UK
Gulfstream Hits Triple Digits on G700 Flight Testing
Guy wearing Jet Pack reported by pilots around LAX
Faradair's Hybrid Electric Aircraft Finds Fresh Impetus in New Duxford Home
The airline industry is ditching change fees because it’s desperate for people to fly
Gogo is selling its commercial aviation business for $400 million
Virgin Atlantic adds back five routes to network in September
Wizz Air announces six new destinations from Doncaster Sheffield Airport
Navy Pilots and Crew Escape from Hawkeye Before It Crashes in Virginia
Ukrainian Air Force exercise almost ends in disaster
D-Day Squadron Participates in VJ Day 75th Commemorative Flyover