Aviation Sector

Volcanic Ash from Mount Raung in Bali Leaves Hundreds of New Zealand Travellers Stranded

Volcanic Ash from Mount Raung in Bali Leaves Hundreds of New Zealand Travellers Stranded For the last few days flights have been delayed and cancelled from the Denpasar airport in Bali due to volcanic activities in Mount Raung in Indonesia. The airspace has been covered with volcanic ash and that has stranded thousands of tourists in the popular island holiday destination.

Come October and the Name of US Airways Will be History

Come October and the Name of US Airways Will be HistoryAnother U.S airline's name is about to become history soon, as American Airlines Group Inc. announced the timing of the final shutdown of the US Airways on Friday.

Volcanic Ash Spewing from Mount Raung Foces Authorities to Shut Down Airports in Bali and Lombok

Volcanic Ash Spewing from Mount Raung Foces Authorities to Shut Down Airports in Bali and LombokAsh spewing from Mount Raung in East Java forced the authorities to shut down airports in Bali as well as the nearby Lombok Island on Thursday. The busy holiday season caused many passengers to get stranded.

The affected airlines due to the second day airport closure included Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and Qantas.

Solar Impulse the Sun-Powered Aircraft Crosses Pacific Breaking the Longest Solo Flight Record

Solar Impulse the Sun-Powered Aircraft Crosses Pacific Breaking the Longest Solo Flight Record Solar Impulse is on its 'round the globe' journey piloted by Andre Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard, the two Swiss explorers alternately.  It set off for its journey on March 9 from Abu Dhabi and will cover 22,000 miles.

Airport – Commission after Three Years Consideration Says Britain should Add a New Runway at Heathrow

Airport – Commission after Three Years Consideration Says Britain should Add a New Runway at Heathrow A Commission appointed by the government recommended that a new runway should be b

United Airlines Investing in Startup Producing Jet Fuel from Organic Waste

United Airlines Investing in Startup Producing Jet Fuel from Organic Waste  On Tuesday, United Airlines invested $30 million in Fulcrum BioEnergy, an East Bay startup that will make jet fuel from nothing but garbage. To state it more accurately, the fuel will be prepared from tons of discarded organic waste in America.

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