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7 February 2018 1:54 AM Alaska Airlines pilot flew when three times over alcohol limit

Santa Ana: A former Alaska Airlines pilot will plead guilty in California to a charge of flying a passenger plane while drunk. Federal prosecutors say David Hans Arntson of Newport Beach will be sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison. In 2014, Arntson flew an Alaska Airlines flight from San Diego International Airport to Portland, Oregon, and then a second 36

23 January 2018 1:49 AM Second group of refugees leave Manus bound for the United States

A second group of Manus Island refugees – a planeload of 40 men mostly from Afghanistan and Pakistan – have left Papua New Guinea bound for the United States under the resettlement deal with Washington. The men left aboard a Philippine Airlines flight on Tuesday morning and will land in Manila ahead of a flight to the United States. They bring to 94 the total 45

18 January 2018 2:48 PM Malaysia Airlines flight MH122 lands in Alice Springs after 'loud noise, shaking'

A Malaysia Airlines flight from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur has been diverted to Alice Springs after it suffered "technical issues" in the air on Thursday afternoon, with passengers reporting a loud noise coming from the side of the plane. Flight MH122, an A330-300, left Sydney Airport at 1.06pm and was meant to arrive at its destination at 6.30pm. However 80

12 January 2018 12:49 AM Emirates to end A380 services to Brisbane

The Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger plane, looks set to disappear from Brisbane skies later this year, with Emirates replacing its services with Boeing 777s from June. But the Dubai-based airline said the move, which would disappoint the city’s band of plane-watchers, might be only temporary. The A380 services between Brisbane, Dubai and Auckland 48

11 January 2018 10:26 PM Malaysia approves new search for MH370

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's government says it has approved a new attempt by a private company to find the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, nearly four years after its disappearance sparked one of aviation's biggest mysteries. The Houston, Texas-based company Ocean Infinity dispatched a search vessel this past week to look in the southern Indian 102

22 December 2017 8:07 AM Virgin Australia vies for new routes to London with Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Australia is working on a new code share agreement with its British cousin that would open new routes for it to the United Kingdom. Australia's number-two airline applied to the International Air Services Commission on Friday to modify its permit to code share with Virgin Atlantic on flights to Hong Kong and the United States. The airline would 59

8 December 2017 5:43 AM Man admits trying to take control of Malaysia Airlines flight out of Melbourne

A Sri Lankan man has admitted trying to take control of a Malaysia Airlines flight out of Melbourne in a mid-air drama that forced the plane to turn back to Tullamarine. Manodh Marks, 25, pleaded guilty in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Friday to attempting to take control of Malaysia Airlines flight 128 bound for Kuala Lumpur on May 31. The charge 92

26 November 2017 3:39 AM Flights cancelled after Bali's Mt Agung volcano erupts

Flights between Australia and Bali resumed on Sunday after eruptions from Bali's Mt Agung volcano grounded flights on Saturday, inundating nearby villages with ash. For the second time in a week, the volcano sent plumes of grey-black ash and steam at least 2000 metres into the sky prompting a number of airline to cancel services on Saturday. Bali's Mount 126

23 October 2017 6:59 PM Dubai frees British man sentenced for touching another man at a bar

Dubai's ruler has pardoned a British man a day after he was sentenced to three months in jail for touching another man at a bar, a legal advocacy group says. Jamie Harron, an electrician working in Afghanistan, was convicted for public indecency after being accused of touching a German man's behind in a bar. Harron, 27, denied the charges and said he brushed 95

22 October 2017 10:36 AM Indonesian Military chief denied departure on US-bound flight

Indonesian Military (TNI) commander Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo has been prevented from boarding a flight bound to the United States. Gatot is said to have been notified of the restriction by Emirates’ authorities, the Dubai-based airlines that was supposed to fly him to the US. Tribunnews.com reported Sunday that Gatot and his wife were about to fly to the US to attend 132