Weekly newsletter 03/2016

Welcome our Weekly newsletter 03/2016

Niki Lauda to return to aviation through Amira Air

Veteran Formula 1 driver and aviation pioneer Niki Lauda is set to return to the airline industry following his acquisition of Amira Air (Vienna) late last year. Lauda told Die Presse newspaper tha...

Read More
ANA to buy 8.8% stake in Vietnam Airlines

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has signed a memorandum of understanding to buy a minority stake in Vietnam Airlines. The MoU calls for the Japanese carrier to acquire 8.8% of Vietnam Airli...

Read More
Boeing Designed a Strange Plane That Would Suck Up Shipping Containers

Boeing received a patent last month for a unique airplane design that would lower onto shipping containers and then lock them into place. The strange-looking design has landing gear that is wider than...

Read More
Despite December Gains, Euro Bizav Flying Down in 2015

While business aircraft activity in Europe climbed 1.7 percent last month, to 51,563 departures, the gain wasn’t enough to push full-year results into positive territory, according to data relea...

Read More
Boeing Wants to Turn the Interiors of Its Planes Into Giant Screens

The use of mood lighting on planes has almost become cliché—ahem, Virgin—but what if airlines could take that idea a bit further, actually using LEDs and projected imagery to wholly...

Read More
Air France, the world’s first airline to fly an Airbus A380 to Latin America

This winter, Air France is offering six weekly frequencies between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Mexico. Starting on 12 January 2016, three weekly flights are operated by Airbus A380, the Company’...

Read More
Airbus commits to future of A380 aircraft

European planemaker Airbus has given its backing to the long-term future of the A380 superjumbo, after finally starting to break even on the programme. The Toulouse-based manufacturer assembled 27...

Read More
Mont-Blanc Helicopteres - special team in the mountains

Amazing number of colleagues and friends are already there or planning to go on skiing vacation. For us it is just one more reason to remind everyone about very special people. They can be almost...

Read More
Airbus' Venture Capital Arm Lands in Silicon Valley

Its first investment is in a startup that wants to build open-source aircraft and cars. Airbus has opened a new Silicon Valley venture capital arm whose first investment is in a company that wants...

Read More
Inside NASA’s Plan To Radically Redesign How We Fly

It’s probably been a long time since flying amazed you. Air travel tends to feel like an inconvenience these days—not a miracle of engineering. This is partially due to market forces and s...

Read More
Your friends at 50skyshades.com
Contacts | Terms & Conditions | Advertisement opportunities
If you no longer wish to recive emails please unsubscribe.