Hamilton International Airport Bhas added another feather in its cap by securing approval for extending its runway by 3,000 miles. Now, it would also stand proudly in comparison to other airports like Australia's Gold Coast.
According to reports, the cargo cartel investigation, against Air New Zealand, by the US Department of Justice has finally ended. The Federal prosecutors have confirmed that they have stopped the probe through a letter.
The investigation had been going on since 2005, as airline continued to press for the past five years, that it had not done anything wrong.
The Minster for Transport, Leo Varadkar has refused to sign the order to eliminate the €3 air travel tax until the airlines decide their winter schedules. He said that they are conducting meetings with the airlines to discuss the matter.
The Auckland International Airport has greeted a huge global crowd during May, believed to be contributed by increased traffic on Cairns and Singaporean routes. While comparing the number with last year figures, it is observed that international arrival numbers have climbed around 9.2% to 595,136 in the month.
Plane maker Airbus unveiled its vision of flying in 2050, ahead of next week’s Paris Air Show.
Airbus said the concept cabin for air passengers in 2050 would be a bionic structure that would emulate the efficiency of bird bone. The cabin will have an "intelligent" wall membrane that will have the capability to control air temperature.
It was revealed by the authorities that there were as many as 4 planes stuck on the runway in April for a period of 3 hours. In the past few years, there have been a number of cases recorded of carelessness on the runway. This is a very sorry situation as it could cost lives. The rules for the ground assistance as well as landings have been broken a number of times by the airline firms.
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