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Lost in the Bowels of LHR. What commercial pilot Alan Cockrell hates about London’s Heathrow might actually surprise you – unless you are a commercial pilot! Click here to read his post on DecisionHeight to find out more. The Last RAF Vickers VC10 Retires to Surrey. The BBC, Harborough Mail and ThisIsLeicestershire.co.uk all have articles […]

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It Takes 96 People to Fly a British Airways Passenger. The Bangalore Aviation blog has noted that British Airways has detailed calculations the number of essential people involved in a passenger’s journey and it works out to 96 different roles, across 18 different departments, using over 11 external suppliers in the process. The figures rises […]

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Runway Incursion at Dublin. Sylvia, the blogger behind the Fear of Landing Blog, has written a thorough summary about a serious runway incursion incident in Dublin early last year that involved two aircraft and two air traffic controllers. The cause? One flight crew lost situational awareness after misidentifying their position and taxied onto an active […]

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The Farnborough Air Show in Pictures

For aviation buffs who are also photographers, the Farnborough Air Show has always offered plenty of great photo opportunities. Hence, its worth noting that CNN has a great slideshow showing the history of Farnborough through photographs starting from 1925: As for the 2012 Farnborough Air Show, Yahoo News has put together a collection of photographs […]

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