On Friday I joined other aviation journalists taking the new Lufthansa FlyNet service, powered by Inmarsat Global, for a joyride.
Inmarsat has announced that its partner Lufthansa Technik, the Hamburg-based technical division of the Lufthansa group of companies, has received Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to install Global Xpress (GX) Aviation system antennas on Airbus A340 aircraft.
The European aviation regulatory body found that Lufthansa Technik’s installation processes of a Honeywell Aerospace designed Ka-band antenna for GX Aviation onboard an Airbus A340 were successful and in keeping with regulatory standards.
Aviation in Europe and around the world is in mourning as we are confronted with the terrible tragedy of the crash of Germanwings flight 4U9525 which took the lives of 144 passengers and 6 crew. My thoughts are with the […]
The Fanhansa LH 2014 champion plane lands in Berlin-Tegel after an eleven hour flight from Copacabana. Officer Uwe Strohdeicher and his 22 crew members landed this morning with the world champion team at the airport Berlin-Tegel on the champions LH 2014 flight–the […]
Flight Chic was given the honour of being among select members of the world’s press to tour the prototype cabin of Airbus’ A350XWB aircraft and, as an extra treat, we were allowed a walk-through the new swanky Cabin Design Center. […]