Aug 10, 2021
Join Carlos, Nev and A320 Andy for this week's programme.
In this week's show, there's a bit of unstable approach into
Paro (to put it mildly!), Qatar are grounding some more of their
A350s for inspection and EasyJet are feeling more confident about
the passenger loads that they are expecting this year.
In the military the RAF concludes 30 years of service with its Boeing E-3 Sentry, the RAAF codifies a new role for its C-27 Spartans after the recent Australian wildfires, and the UK Tempest Fighter program moves on to its next phase.
We also take a look at Carlos and Nev's trip to the Old Buckenham Airshow last week.
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Here are the links to the stories we featured this week :
Viral video shows Tri-MG Intra Asia Airlines Unstabilized
Which new green & amber list countries can you go to?
Qatar Grounds More A350 Widebodies Over Fuselage Issues
EAA AirVenture Oshkosh in review BY ANNIE RUSINOWSKI
Why easyJet Will Leave The Pandemic Stronger And Better
Australian athletes defend actions on controversial Japan
Austrian Airlines Airbus A320-200 returns to Heathrow with gear
Four engined aircraft returning to service, British Airways’
A380s will return to the skies
Lufthansa plans to resume flights with Boeing 747-400 and A340-600
Flying solo, 19-year-old woman aims to set aviation record
21,600 hours and four decades later, Air Malta's chief pilot
RAF concludes 30 years of operations with Sentry fleet
The RAAF Redefines The Role Of The C-27J Spartan For
Humanitarian Disaster Relief
United Kingdom Signs Contract To Formally Start Tempest’s
Concept And Assessment Phase
Agricultural Aviation Celebrates 100th Anniversary