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Airbus' self-flying aircraft completes first test flight

Vahana, the all electric, self-piloted, VTOL aircraft from A³ by Airbus, has announced the successful completion of its first full-scale flight test, reaching a height of 5 meters (16 feet) before descending safely. The test

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TAG Farnborough Airport launches flying scholarship

UK's TAG Farnborough Airport has once again launched its annual TAG Flying Scholarship, which will provide training towards a Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL). The TAG Flying Scholarship is part of the airport’s &ldqu

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Dubai to trial pilotless taxis

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is looking into the concept of ‘Dubai Air Taxi – a driverless flying car'  or ‘Autonomous Unmanned Air System Taxi’. In technical terms, the taxi w

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Qatar Airways hosts Orbis 'Flying Eye Hospital' in Doha

Qatar Airways welcomed Orbis Flying Eye Hospital to Doha last week with an official reception at Doha International Airport (DIA) attended by Ajay Sharma, British Ambassador to Qatar, Ashud Ahmed, Bangladeshi Ambassador to Qatar and executive di

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Czech locksmith builds plane to fly to work

Frantisek Hadrava thought driving to work for 14 minutes was too much, so he built a plane to cut the commute by half. Hadrava, a 45-year old locksmith from the south-western Czech village of Zdikov, took about two years of his sp

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Ferrari World Abu Dhabi unveils new ride

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi has launched ‘Flying Aces’ a new roller coaster ride designed to deliver a unique, adrenaline-fueled experience for roller coaster lovers and thrill seekers alike. The new ride was unveiled at a

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Flying Colours’ QCAA approved aircraft work on track

Flying Colours Corp, a North America-based completions, refurbishment and maintenance specialist, is nearing the completion of maintenance work on a second aircraft under approval from the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA). Th

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ICAO plans new conflict zone warning system

The United Nations' civil aviation body will launch two pilot projects designed to help airlines and states better share information about risks in conflict zones, the organisation said on Tuesday, nearly six weeks after a Malaysian airliner

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ICAO plans new conflict zone warning system

The United Nations' civil aviation body will launch two pilot projects designed to help airlines and states better share information about risks in conflict zones, the organisation said on Tuesday, nearly six weeks after a Malaysian airliner

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Flying is still safe, assures Iata chief

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has assured air travellers that despite the recent plane tragedies, flying still remained safe. Referring to the tragedies involving the Malaysian plane over Ukraine; the TransAsi

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