Accident in Cuba Airlines Cuba 

Cuba plane crash: 110 killed

The aircraft of Global Air crashed today at noon after taking off from Havana. A Boeing 737-200 plane with registration XA-UHZ crashed at noon today, May 18, in the vicinity of Havana, Cuba, leaving 110 dead. The aircraft belonging to the Mexican company Aerolíneas Damojh S.A. of C.V. (Global Air), was providing service to Cubana de Aviación, through a leasing system with crew. For reasons being investigated, the Boeing crashed at 12:08 local time, after taking off from the José Martí International Airport (HAV) of Havana, operating flight CU-972, bound to…

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Copa Airlines Boeing 737 aircraft Copa Airlines Venezuela 

Copa Airlines will reimburse tickets for suspension of operations in Venezuela

The Panamanian airline reported the possibility of reimbursing affected passengers. Copa Airlines will offer the possibility of reimbursing unused tickets to and from Venezuela, without any type of penalty and for the entire amount. The decision has been announced after the South American country suspended all operations of the airline for 90 days. This measure applies to all Copa Airlines passengers who have tickets to Venezuela and have not yet used them, as well as those who have already started their flight, who can reimburse the unused return ticket without…

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Amaszonas incident Amaszonas Bolivia 

Amaszonas plane runs off runway after impact with birds

The incident happened last Thursday when the aircraft was ready to take off from Riberalta, Bolivia. An Airchild SA227-DC Metro 23 and registration CP 2459, belonging to the airline Amaszonas, suffered an incident on March 29 as it prepared to take off from the city of Riberalta, in northern Bolivia. The twin-engine aircraft carried 12 passengers and 2 crew between the Riberalta Airport (RIB) and the Trinidad Airport (TDD), both in the Department of Beni. As the plane rolled down the runway, at 9:30 local time, it hit a flock…

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Joon long haul routes map JOON 

Joon began its first long-haul route

The new low-cost airline belonging to Air France-KLM, began its flights between Paris and Cairo yesterday. Last year the Air France-KLM group launched its low-cost airline, called Joon, aimed especially at Millennials passengers, that is, young people between 18 and 35 years old whose life revolves around digital technology. Yesterday, the airline launched its first long-haul flight between the Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG) in France and the Cairo International Airport (CAI) in Egypt. The new air route is operated with renewed Airbus A340 aircraft configured in three classes and will…

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