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Canada Will Open Its Borders To Vaccinated Travelers Since September 7

The Canada Border Administrations Organization (CBSA) announced on September 3, that only vaccinated people will be welcomed to Canada. “Effective September 7, those aliens who will be fully vaccinated travelers exception can enter Canada for optional (non-essential) travel,” the CBSA expressed in a statement. The non-Canadian citizens and permanent residents who would follow this rule can easily enter the country. Although…

KLM B777 Rejected Takeoff Because Of Bird Strike

A KLM Boeing 777-300, was preparing a flight from Accra’s runway 03 at about 22:39L when the crew rejected takeoff at speed approximately 145 knots over the ground because of birds strike. The plane slowed securely, cleared the runway, and got to be debilitated on the parallel taxiway because of a number of tires deflating. After getting to be debilitated on the taxiway, the plane was towed to…

Captain Of Biman B737-800 Suffered A Heart Attack and Afterwards Passed Away

A Biman Bangladesh Boeing 737-800 with 124 passengers onboard, was flying from Muscat, Oman to Dhaka, Bangladesh, when the captain (44) suffered a heart attack and lost consciences en route at FL370 around 190nm northeast of Nagpur (India). Whereas the cabin crew called a physician among the travelers, the first officer took control of the B737-800, and about 40 minutes afterward, he securely landed the airplane on Nagpur’s runway 32. The captain was taken…

Ryanair is anticipating to fly more travelers this autumn than within the summer

Ryanair is anticipating to fly more travelers this autumn than within the summer, raising its target for the following three months after a “dramatic recuperation in activity and volumes” that seem take it past pre-pandemic numbers following year. The short-haul carrier, Europe’s biggest carrier, said on Tuesday that it would fly almost 10.5 million travelers a month through to November, almost 5% more than its target declared a…

Ryanair Announces 2,000 New Pilot Jobs

Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (12th July) announced a recruitment drive for 2,000 new pilots to crew aircraft deliveries over the next 3 years as Ryanair recovers and rebuilds from the Covid-19 pandemic. Ryanair has now taken delivery of its first Boeing 737-8200 Gamechanger aircraft, which help Ryanair…

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