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[Video] Complete Chaos at Kabul Airport; US Army takes control

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The Hamid Karzai International Airport known as Kabul Airport located in the capital city is crowded as people are seen running at the runway...
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Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation bans meals in flights less than 2 hours

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The Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has restricted in-flight meals on routes of duration shorter than 2 hours to address the rising cases of Covid-19
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Boeing 737 Max faces another problem, some jets to be grounded

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The Boeing Company announced their Boeing 737 Max aircraft has been troubled with a new issue and some of the jets will be grounded due to safety reasons.

Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737 crashes; Human Remains recovered

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Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737 crashes into the Java sea. Human remains recovered and black box located....

Pakistan Army Helicopter Crashes Due to Technical Reasons, 4 Soldiers Killed

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Four military personnel including two pilots of the Pakistani army were killed in a helicopter crash.

Dubai open for tourists (2021), Emirates spending millions on advertisement

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Dubai open for tourists and business purposes, says Emirates who is working on letting the world know about it. The airline will be spending millions

Qantas prepares non-stop Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights to Paris, Frankfurt

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Qantas is preparing for the ultra-long-haul non-stop flight to Paris, France, and Frankfurt, Germany with its Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

Qatar Airways Reveals a Special Boeing 777 livery for FIFA World Cup 2022

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Qatar Airways revealed FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 livery in its Boeing 777 on November 21st, 2020. The national flag carrier of Qatar painted the aircraft..

Boeing 737 MAX recertified to fly in the US

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The US aviation regulatory body Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) cleared the Boeing 737 Max aircraft to return to service again.

Aircraft ventilation system filters out 99% virus, Harvard research claims

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A study released by Harvard University claimed the specialized onboard ventilation systems in the airplane filter our 99% of airborne viruses.

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