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The windows of Titan Airways A321 were damaged by high power lights

The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) issued a Special Bulletin concerning damage to several cabin windows on a Titan Airways Airbus A321-253NX (registered...

Titan Airways Airbus A321 used by UK Government leaves Stansted without windows – Investigation underway

A Titan Airways Airbus A321neoLR registered G-OATW, which had previously been used by the UK government, was forced to return to London Stansted Airport...

Virgin Atlantic Cargo to continue London Heathrow-Brussels freighter route

Virgin Atlantic Cargo will continue on an ad hoc basis to offer a London Heathrow-Brussels-London freighter service first operated by Titan Airways utilising an...

The second Airbus A318 operated by British Airways now also to scrapyard

Titan Airways Airbus A318 registered G-EUNB (MSN 4039) was ferried to St Athan airfield in Wales today for scrapping, after four years' service.This followed...

[Scoop] This aircraft will come to Antwerp for filming second season of Belgian Netflix series “Into the Night”

For the second season of Belgian apocalyptic sci-fi drama thriller "Into the Night", a group of people that are hijacked attempt to survive a...

More than 24 hours delay for 180 Thomas Cook Belgium passengers to Tunisia, because of an Air Baltic engine problem

Travellers who were supposed to go to Tunisia on Saturday are still in Belgium. A technical problem nailed to the ground at Brussels Airport...

A baggage cart hits a TUI fly Boeing 737-800 at Charleroi: departure delayed several hours for 180 passengers

A TUI fly Boeing 737-800 registered OO-JLO was blocked on the tarmac of the Charleroi airport for several hours Saturday afternoon. The plane was...

Coming soon at Titan Airways: all-business Airbus A318

Titan Airways is thrilled to be launching a new all-business 32-seat Airbus A318-100, available from early June.Configured with just 32 lie-flat seats, offering a huge...

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