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Carbon tax takes flight
Carbon tax takes flight
The prospect of a worldwide carbon tax for airline passengers is gathering pace after the Australian government demanded the inclusion of the...
South African killed in Uganda plane crash
South African killed in Uganda plane crash
A South African was among the 11 people killed when a cargo plane they were travelling in caught fire and crashed into Uganda's Lake Victoria...
Deadly Turkish Airlines crash probed
Deadly Turkish Airlines crash probed
Dozens of investigators worked overnight probing the wreckage of the Turkish Airways jet that crashed at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, killing...
China employs cabin crew of the four-legged kind
China employs cabin crew of the four-legged kind
Two golden labradors sporting uniforms and leather shoes launched China's first drug-sniffing dog patrol on flights to Beijing this week, state...
Flights wait as air-traffic controller sleeps
Flights wait as air-traffic controller sleeps
Two planes were forced to circle over a Greek island awaiting permission to land on Monday after an air-traffic controller overslept and was late...
Madrid air disaster traced back to co-pilot
Madrid air disaster traced back to co-pilot
The Spanair MD-82 jetliner that crashed in Madrid on August 20 was started by the co-pilot, press reports said on Thursday.
Relieved Sudanese home after hijacking ordeal
Relieved Sudanese home after hijacking ordeal
Overjoyed passengers from a hijacked Sudanese jet returned home to delighted families on Thursday, having feared they would die at the hands of...
Sudanese plane hijackers surrender
Sudanese plane hijackers surrender
Hijackers of a Sudanese airliner surrendered to authorities in Libya after releasing all the passengers on Wednesday, Libya's aviation authority...
Dozens dead as jet crashes at Madrid airport
Dozens dead as jet crashes at Madrid airport
A Spanish tourist jet carrying more than 160 people skidded off a Madrid airport runway and broke up in flames on Wednesday, killing at least 45...
SAA stomps on taxpayer
SAA stomps on taxpayer
While SAA flounders on the back of its long-standing financial woes, the taxpayer has been subsidising each SAA plane ticket over the past five...
Gulf nations splash out on Boeing, Airbus jets
Gulf nations splash out on Boeing, Airbus jets
Persian Gulf countries, rich from record-high oil prices, announced deals in the United Kingdom Monday worth $15-billion for the latest fuel-efficient aircraft and other passenger planes made by Boeing and Airbus....
Dozing pilots soar past destination
Dozing pilots soar past destination
An Air India flight headed for Mumbai overshot its destination and was halfway to Goa before its dozing pilots were woken out of a deep slumber by...

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