IT is with good reason that Saracens winger Sean Maitland has started calling his captain Brad Barritt ‘The Terminator’.
Bombardier is targeting a major European aircraft order as the next step in the recovery of its C Series programme following a $5.6bn (€5bn) sale to Delta Air Lines that helped turn around the jetliner’s prospects.
The first pieces of wreckage of flight MH17 which was downed over Ukraine last summer have arrived in the Netherlands for examination by crash investigators.
Almost five months after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was downed over Ukraine, the wreckage of the Boeing 777 is to finally reach the Netherlands for close examination by accident investigators.
Work has started on the recovery of wreckage from Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was downed over Ukraine with the loss of 298 lives.
Well, this is awkward.
Crash investigators will publish a preliminary report today on the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine.
Crash investigators will publish a preliminary report tomorrow on the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine.
Personal belongings of one of the British victims of the MH17 Malaysia Airlines crash have been stolen, his brother-in-law has said.
The Dutch safety team leading the investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 has given permission for wreckage at the crash site to be moved.
Air crash investigators have been able to download “valid” information from the flight MH17 black box cockpit voice recorder.
Black box flight recorders from the downed Air Malaysian plane have arrived for analysis by UK crash investigators.
The battle for new orders between planemakers Airbus and Boeing has begun at the Farnborough air show, with British Airways parent company IAG announcing an Airbus A320 aircraft deal.
The bodies of nine people killed when a police helicopter crashed into the roof of a busy pub have been recovered, as investigators revealed that no mayday call was made from the aircraft.
Relatives of an Irish tourist killed in an aircraft accident in New Zealand have joined others in writing to the country’s prime minister to urge him to bring in stronger safety enforcement.
Wreckage from the jumbo jet blown up over Lockerbie has been returned to Scotland almost 25 years after the terrorist atrocity.
Irish businessman and author Bill Cullen joined Richard Branson yesterday as the Virgin boss announced plans for the Virgin Galactic space tourism programme.
With typical flair, Richard Branson today announced that he and his children will be the first passengers when the Virgin Galactic space tourism programme begins.
Boeing Co opened the Farnborough air show with a $7.2bn (€5.7m) order from Air Lease Corp for 75 of its new, fuel-efficient 737 MAX aircraft.
UK defence giant BAE Systems will end days of speculation today by announcing around 3,000 job cuts.
Full services resumed at Cork Airport today after the plane crash that killed six people, as the chairman of Manx2 airline insisted both pilots were fully qualified.
QUESTIONS surrounding the circumstances of Thursday’s Cork Airport tragedy remained unanswered last night after the mother of a pilot on the doomed flight revealed it was one of her son’s first as captain.
STEVENAGE manager Graham Westley has revealed how he called on the help of history’s most famous underdog to engineer one of the great FA Cup triumphs.
Farnborough: Airbus SAS and Boeing Co won 237 jetliner orders worth $28bn (€22.25bn) at this week’s Farnborough air show, more than three times the number announced in Paris a year ago, prompting some executives to say the global slump is over.
BOEING’S much-delayed “leaner and greener” new passenger plane — the 787 Dreamliner — touched down in Britain for the first time yesterday.
Britain’s two biggest airports were suffering major flight disruption today - and a string of others were closed – after the return of the Icelandic ash cloud caused chaos for thousands of passengers.
Defence giant BAE Systems today said profits had been torpedoed by the loss of a key US contract and hefty fines to settle bribery allegations.
A police helicopter was scrambled after a fight broke out when more than 100 people gatecrashed a party advertised on the social networking website Facebook, officers in the UK said today.
Aerospace giant Airbus bettered its rival Boeing at the Paris Air Show today after it announced its third aircraft order, but competition has been muted by the recession this year.
The mountainous landscape where a light aircraft crashed with the loss of three lives in south Down must be the subject of a safety probe, the Assembly heard today.
The remaining eight bodies from a helicopter which crashed in the North Sea killing 16 people were brought back to port today.
The son of the couple whose house was destroyed in Sunday’s plane crash said their parents were “thankful” to be alive.
Investigators will today remove the bodies of five people killed in a jet crash as they sift through wreckage to find out what caused the tragedy.
TWO pilots and three passengers were killed yesterday when a small plane crashed into a housing estate in Farnborough, Kent, in south-east England.
Five people on a business trip to France were killed today after their executive jet plummeted into a quiet village, exploding into a massive fireball.
British and Irish holidaymakers forced to abandon their cruise liner when it struck ice are expected to be flown to mainland South America today.
Tornadoes ripped through parts of Britain today, leaving a trail of destruction behind them.
Air investigators today started examining wreckage from a helicopter crash believed to have killed former world rally champion Colin McRae and three other people.
Aerospace and defence group BAE Systems today denied it had any plans to sell its stake in European aircraft giant Airbus.
The owner of European aircraft giant Airbus said today a revival in demand for passenger jets had helped it more than double its income in the first three quarters of the year.
European aircraft maker Airbus signed a deal worth more than almost £4bn (€6bn) to sell 24 airliners to Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, including four of its new A380 superjumbo jets.
Airbus parent EADS expects to top 305 airliner deliveries in 2004 and foresees rises beyond which the planemaker would have to increase production next year, EADS co-chief executive Philippe Camus has said.
British aerospace group BAE Systems today downplayed claims that it was in talks to take a 40 per cent stake in helicopter maker AgustaWestland.
BAE Systems has turned to oil giant BP to fill one of the most important jobs in the UK defence industry, it was reported today.
Arsenal inflicted a harsh dose of reality on Nationwide Conference side Farnborough as the non-League side’s impossible FA Cup dream lasted just 19 minutes at Highbury.
ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger warned Farnborough Town there is no way his side will underestimate the non-League team in their FA Cup fourth round clash.
Farnborough have made official request to Football Association to play FA Cup tie against Arsenal at Highbury, according to Sky Sports News.
Farnborough have been given an extra incentive to stage their FA Cup fourth-round tie against Arsenal at the Aimita Stadium.
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Britain’s biggest companies endured a torrid start in the City today as the FTSE 100 Index moved to within a whisker of recent lows.
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