Feb 28, 2021
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Rory used to work for various BBC stations and he's just passed his helicopter commercial pilots license!
In this week's commercial news the A321XLR's rear end needs extra padding, EasyJet bookings go crazy & the NTSB are dismantling the TWA flight 800 reconstruction.
In the military The Air Force Finally Has Its First New AT-6E Wolverine Light Attack Aircraft; The problem-plagued KC-46 begins taking on limited operational roles, and a flight of B-1 Bombers gets cold up in Norway.
We're learning more about George Lee MBE's incredible gliding career as he talks to Nick about the world championships.
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Here are the links to the stories we featured this week :
BOMBARDIER SUFFERS RANSOMWARE AND DATA LEAK
CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF ENGINE PARTS:
(UNITED 777 AND LONGTAIL AVIATION 747 ENGINE FAILURES)
EASYJET BOOKINGS SURGE AFTER THE UK CONFIRMS NEW TRAVEL
A321XLR'S REAR FUEL TANK DEMANDS SPECIAL FIRE-PROTECTION
AFTER 25 YEARS, NTSB TO DISMANTLE TWA 800 RECONSTRUCTION
CATHAY CREW TO WORK 21-DAY STINTS TO AVOID QUARANTINE
THE BEST AIRLINES IN THE WORLD 2021
EASYJET LOCKDOWN LESSONS
THE AIR FORCE FINALLY HAS ITS FIRST NEW AT-6E WOLVERINE LIGHT
AIR MOBILITY COMMAND TO START INTEGRATING KC-46 INTO LIMITED
U.S. AIR FORCE B-1B LANCER BOMBERS HAVE JUST ARRIVED AT ORLAND
AIR STATION, NORWAY