Nov 15, 2020
Join Carlos, Matt, Nev and Armando for today's programme.
In this week's show we learn that despite what's going on there's still a pilot shortage, there's good news for holiday makers in Bristol as Jet2 announce their opening routes and there's breaking news about an incident involving an Antonov-12.
In the military the German parliament approves a whopping 5.4 Billion Euros for 38 Typhoons and the new home for the Flying Legends is announced.
It's the first part of our interview with Faradair's Neil Cloughley and in the Plane Truth this week we learn all about the amount of time pilots and crew can work whilst on duty.
We also share with you some great feedback from Jan Hübner and Dan Seaman.
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Here are the links to the stories we featured this week :
Aviation will need 27,000 new pilots in 2021 as shortage continues despite downturn
Jet2’s Bristol Airport base will bring 450,000-holiday seats
BA Moves Part Of Its A380 Fleet To Madrid https://simpleflying.com/ba-moves-a380-fleet-to-madrid/
Hi Fly to retire their second hand A380 while Emirates A380s turn to into freighters
Antonov An-124 Suffers Uncontained Engine Failure And Landing Gear Snaps
Chicken Cannon Engine Testing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTKfFxwpbUU
Drones to fight fires and deliver COVID-19 supplies are first to receive share of over £33 million in government funding
F-35s Rejected, Germany OKs A Whopping 5.4 Billion Euro Contract To Buy 38 Eurofighter Typhoons
Air Force One Set To Get First Ever Non-American Pilot From RAF
Flying Legends Finds New Home at Sywell Aerodrome