Dec 6, 2020
Join Carlos, Matt, Armando and Nev for this week's show.
In this week's show Korean Air are playing with some Lego, we take a look at an airline that doesn't fly passengers or freight and only fly's one way and an Airbus A320 gets a new paint job made of live bees.
In the military the USAF has released the findings of an F-16 crash in South Carolina, the British Army gets some new kit, and Scotland's Loch Ness Monster fails to claim a PBY Catalina as a victim.
Captain Al chats to Matt about Sudden Cabin Depressurisation in the latest instalment of the hugely popular segment 'The Plane Truth'.
Here are the links to the stories we featured this week :
We mentioned in the opening that Air New Zealand have released a
new Safety Video
KOREAN AIR USES LEGO BRICKS TO EXPLAIN HOW 777 AIR FILTERS
RYANAIR BUYS 75 BOEING MAX JETS IN LARGEST ORDER SINCE
BRITISH AIRWAYS SAVES ITS LAST 2 BOEING 747 RETROJETS
DOGS ARE THE ONLY SERVICE ANIMALS ALLOWED TO FLY ON PASSENGER
PLANES, DOT RULES
EASYJET TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE CABIN BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE AND
COVID-19: NEW 'BUSINESS TRAVELLER' EXEMPTION FROM QUARANTINE
THIS GLOBAL AIRLINE HAS NO PASSENGERS, NO CARGO AND FLIES JUST
BEES-ATTACK AT KOLKATA AIRPORT DELAYS TWO FLIGHTS BY AN HOUR
TANK MOVERS PULLING THAT AN-124 BACK ONTO THE AIRFIELD
PILOT ERROR AND A SERIES OF EJECTION SEAT MALFUNCTIONS AMONG THE
CAUSES OF FATAL F-16CM CRASH AT SHAW AFB
BRITISH ARMY MODERNIZES WITH FIRST APACHE AH-64E HELICOPTER