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Wizz Air plane is struck by lightning and must land emergency

The aircraft was flying from Georgia to Greece and had to descend in Bulgaria. Lightning struck a plane belonging to the low-cost Hungarian airline Wizz Air, which was operating a flight between the cities of Kutaisi, Georgia, and Kavala, in Greece. When there was little time to reach the destination, due to the intense electrical storm that hit the area, lightning struck the plane. “Due to lightning on the plane, the flight Wizz Air W66401 Kutaisi-Kavala, when approaching the international airport of Kavala, was redirected to the international airport of Sofia.…

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Typhoon Tembin affects Southeast Asian airlines

The storm killed more than 200 people in the Philippines and heads to the continent. Typhoon Tembin is hitting the South China Sea with heavy rains and winds of up to 145 kilometers per hour (90 miles per hour). On its way through the Philippines, where the storm is known as “Vinta”, it left more than 200 dead and some 75,000 homeless, mostly in the regions of Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur and the Zamboanga peninsula. Now, Typhoon Tembin is heading west and could make landfall south of Vietnam…

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Delta Air Lines canceled more than 1000 flights in Atlanta due to snow storm

The situation begins to normalize slowly at the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. Delta Air Lines had to cancel more than 1000 flights between yesterday Friday and today because of the heavy snow storm that affected air operations in the state of Georgia, in the United States. Delta has its base at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) in the city of Atlanta, that is why it was the most affected by the climate problem. The company encouraged its passengers, as far as possible, to delay their trip explaining that the changes would not entail…

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Hurricane Irma: Delta updated the status of its operations in affected areas

Delta Air Lines team is constantly monitoring the progress of Hurricane Irma, especially by the possibility of damages in the State of Georgia and the city of Atlanta, where the airline has its base and main hub. For the day Monday is expected heavy rains and winds in the State of Georgia and Delta is advising customers who are in transit through its Atlanta’s hub modify their itineraries around ATL on the website of the airline. Delta operated an extra flight on Sunday between Atlanta and San Juan, Puerto Rico, to…

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