Melbourne’s green skyscrapper set to climb into the record books | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Melbourne’s green skyscrapper set to climb into the record books | 7NEWS” – below is their description. Melbourne is set to become home to a record-breaking skyscraper after developers were given the green light to build the world’s tallest vertical garden. At triple the size of its nearest … Read more Melbourne’s green skyscrapper set to climb into the record books | 7NEWS

Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft returns to the skies over Canada following lengthy grounding

Global News published this video item, entitled “Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft returns to the skies over Canada following lengthy grounding” – below is their description. WestJet Airlines operated the first commercial Boeing 737 MAX flight in Canada Thursday since the aircraft was grounded in 2019 following two deadly crashes. The FAA as well as Boeing … Read more Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft returns to the skies over Canada following lengthy grounding

Close encounter | Fighter jet buzzes Iranian airliner over Syria

Iran is demanding that the US be held accountable for scrambling a fighter jet to shadow a packed commercial plane in Syrian airspace, calling it an act of terrorism that deserves a probe by the UN-led civil aviation authority. Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami went to great lengths to condemn the mid-air … Read more Close encounter | Fighter jet buzzes Iranian airliner over Syria

Israel should abandon plans to annex the West Bank & other topics – Daily Briefing (21 July 2020)

Noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General. – Middle East – Central African Republic – COVID-19/Chad – Bangladesh/Floods – Forest – UN Chamber Music Society Event MIDDLE EAST In a video briefing to the Security Council this morning, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov, said that, in … Read more Israel should abandon plans to annex the West Bank & other topics – Daily Briefing (21 July 2020)

Holidaymakers guaranteed refunds for cancelled trips, says Grant Shapps | Coronavirus

Britons who are issued refund credit notes for cancelled package holidays will get their money back even if a travel firm collapses, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps confirmed today. The Government will underwrite credit notes for customers whose trips are, or have been, disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. The protection will be backdated to March 10 … Read more Holidaymakers guaranteed refunds for cancelled trips, says Grant Shapps | Coronavirus

Investigation report into Sichuan Airlines plane’s broken windshield released

China’s top civil aviation authority has released the report of an investigation into a near-death experience for some 120 passengers on a Sichuan Airlines flight back in May 2018. The crew experienced a terrifying moment, when the windshield of the plane broke mid-flight, forcing an emergency landing in Chengdu. China’s Civil Aviation Administration said the … Read more Investigation report into Sichuan Airlines plane’s broken windshield released

Bodies Pulled from Rubble After Deadly Karachi Plane Crash Kills 107

A passenger plane with 107 people on board crashed in a crowded neighborhood on the edge of the international airport near Pakistan’s southern port city of Karachi on Friday after what appeared to be an engine failure during landing. Mayor Wasim Akhtar said at least five or six houses were destroyed in the crash of … Read more Bodies Pulled from Rubble After Deadly Karachi Plane Crash Kills 107

Plane Crash in Pakistan Kills 107 People On Board, Officials Say

An Airbus SE jet operated by Pakistan International Airlines crashed with 107 people on board as it approached its destination of Karachi. Flight PK 8303, which took off from Lahore, was carrying 99 passengers and 8 crew, Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority said. The country’s army tweeted that troops had reached the site to conduct relief-and-rescue efforts. The … Read more Plane Crash in Pakistan Kills 107 People On Board, Officials Say

Grímsvötn Ash Cloud to Reach Canada by Thursday 26th May 2011

The ash plume created by the eruption of Iceland’s Grímsvötn volcano will reach Canada by Thursday 26th May 2011. The ash cloud has now reached much of Western Europe and will soon reach parts of North America. The aviation colour code is red and the current height of the ash cloud is 5km. Flights have … Read more Grímsvötn Ash Cloud to Reach Canada by Thursday 26th May 2011

Aviation: Operators in Sydney Suspended by Aviation Authority

Two charter operators at Sydney’s bankstown airport have had their air operator certificates suspended. On Saturday 24th July, Skymaster Air Services and Avtex Air Services had their certificates suspended by the Australian Civil Aviation Authority following concerns about the safety of their operations. Both companies have the same owners. On 15 June 2010 an aircraft … Read more Aviation: Operators in Sydney Suspended by Aviation Authority