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2 January 2021

FAA extends conflict zone Notam on Pakistan airspace by a year

2 January 2021

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration extended the Conflict Zone Notam on Pakistani airspace by a year, to 1 January 2022.

Learjet 31 suffers runway excursion after landing at Diamantina Airport, Brazil

2 January 2021

A Learjet 31A on an ambulance flight suffered a runway excursion after landing at Diamantina Airport, Brazil

Avianca A319 struck pyrotechnic balloon on landing at Bogotá Airport, Colombia

1 January 2021

Avianca flight AV29, an Airbus A319, struck a pyrotechnic balloon on landing at Bogotá Airport in Colombia.

Volga-Dnepr resumes An-124 flights after accident

31 December 2020

Volga-Dnepr Airlines has announced that it is taking steps to resume operations with their fleet of Antonov An-124 cargo aircraft.

Loss of separation during parallel approach Schiphol Airport

24 December 2020

An Airbus A220 and a B737-800 suffered a loss of separation during a parallel approach to Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands, according to newly released information.

Static system not connected after maintenance: loss of airspeed on B777-F

23 December 2020

BFU Germany detailed an incident in which a Boeing 777-F had unreliable airspeed readings because the static system was not connected

Transport Canada validates the design changes to the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

18 December 2020

Transport Canada completed their independent review of the design changes to the Boeing 737 MAX.

Report: ATR 72 lines up and starts take-off on incorrect runway, Australia

13 December 2020

A Virgin Australia ATR 72 inadvertently lined-up on the wrong runway at Canberra Airport for a night time departure, a new ATSB report details.

Antonov An-2 crashes in Ukraine, pilot killed

9 December 2020

An Antonov An-2R crashed near Zolota Sloboda, Ukraine, killing the pilot. The aircraft was found laying inverted in a field.

Report: Loose screw causes CitationJet inflight upset

4 December 2020

A loose screw in an active winglet system caused a serious inflight upset incident involving a CitationJet, according to a newly published AAIB report.