Air Canada will block adjacent seats on the plane until the end of June

Air Canada will block nearby economy-class seats on airplanes through June 30 as part of its CleanCare + policy. It aims to reduce the risk of becoming infected with COVID-19 while traveling. Through June 30, every adjacent seat in the Economy cabin will be blocked, with the exception of children under 12 travelling with parents, […]

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U.S. begins testing B-21 bomber systems

The American company Northrop Grumman conducted the first tests of on-board systems, which will be installed on the prototype of the promising strategic bomber B-21 Raider. During testing, the onboard equipment ran containerized applications under Kubernetes control. Kubernetes is open-source software developed by Google in the mid-2010s to automate the deployment, scaling, and management of […]

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Air Canada retired last Boeing 767

After 38 years of flight, Air Canada completed the commercial operation of the Boeing 767 airliners on June 2. The last flight under the call signs of the airline Boeing 767-300ER 1989 release with the registration of C-FTCA made from Montreal to Toronto. Over the years, Air Canada used 49 Boeing 767 different modifications. The […]

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China eases restrictions on flights of foreign airlines

Beijing made concessions after the US announced a decision to ban all passenger flights from China from June 16. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) announced on Thursday, June 4 that it allows foreign airlines, including Americans, to increase the number of flights to China. This statement came after the decision of the United […]

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Beijing regrets the US decision to suspend flights of Chinese airlines

Beijing regrets Washington’s decision to suspend flights of Chinese airlines to the United States. The Civil Aviation Administration of the People’s Republic of China made a strict presentation to the US Ministry of Transport in this regard, spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry Zhao Lijiang said at a briefing on Thursday. “China regrets this decision. […]

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Emirates increases transit and resumes another 20 flights

In June, Emirates will resume flights on 20 routes from Dubai and increase transit between east and west after the UAE authorities lifted several restrictions. The airline will begin flying again from June 8 to Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, from June 11 to Manila, from June 15 to Bahrain, Manchester, Zurich, Vienna, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Dublin, New […]

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