Russia not re-elected to UN aviation agency's 36-member council

Russia was decisively removed from a special UN committee on aviation practices, limited to only 36 members.


Former Moscow Aviation Institute head Gerashchenko dies in fall

The Moscow Aviation Institute opened a commission to investigate his death.

Is putting your feet on the chair in front of you on flights normal - or gross?

A passenger recorded the legs of a passenger behind her, who stuck his legs under her seat until they popped out in front of her. She shared the photo on social media, sparking debate.

By Walla!

Aviation fears grow over Russia fallout from Ukraine crisis - analysis

Aviation bosses are worried about the impact on dealings with Russian companies. Sanctions could disrupt payments to leasing firms.


Histadrut labor dispute sets scene for airport strike

The Histadrut has declared a labor dispute with the Israeli aviation industry that could lead to airport closures.

Israeli Air Force F15 planes.

IAF: 'We need to be fit, sharp, and always ready to strike'

While it may seem as if Israel is going through a relatively quiet period along its borders at the moment, one branch of the IDF is busy 24/7 – in the air.

Aircraft crashes near Mishmar HaNegev, Nov. 24, 2020

IAF: Still no explanation for November plane crash

Last month, flight instructor Itay Zaiden, 42, from Kibbutz Shoval and corporal Lihu Ben-Bassa, 19, from Rishon Lezion, were killed in an aviation accident.

7-year-old boy who adores Elon Musk is sensation on Ugandan aviation scene

"I like Elon Musk because I want to learn with him about space, to go with him in space and also to get a handshake," said the boy.

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