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One of the pilots on Germanwings 9525 exited the cockpit. Read more here.


What's happening in the skies?

  • One pilot exited cockpit on Germanwings flight 9525
  • "Cactus" to disappear on April 8
  • Stabbing at New Orleans airport
  • Vereinigung Cockpit extends strike into weekend
  • New Malaysian airline orders Bombardier jets





One pilot exited cockpit on Germanwings flight 9525
March 25 2015 — Jan Fernandez
According to an official involved in the investigation of the fated Germanwings flight 9525, one pilot was locked out of the cockpit during the plane's final minutes.

German plane crashes into Alps
March 24 2015 — Jan Fernandez
Another tragedy occurred on Tuesday morning when a German plane crashed into the Alps, killing nearly 150 people. It is France's worst air incident in over 40 years.

"Cactus" to disappear on April 8
March 23 2015 — Jan Fernandez
More than two years after the initial proposal, American and US Airways will finally become one airline in the eyes of the FAA.

Stabbing at New Orleans airport
March 20 2015 — Jan Fernandez
A security incident occurred at Louis Armstrong International Airport on Friday night, closing down Lousiana's largest airport.

Venezuela may lose another connection
March 20 2015 — Jan Fernandez
According to comments made by a European airline's leadership, Venezuela could be losing another link to the outside world.

Vereinigung Cockpit extends strike into weekend
March 19 2015 — Jan Fernandez
Lufthansa and its pilots remain at a standstill, as the pilot union extends its strike into the weekend.

No long haul for Ryanair
March 19 2015 — Jan Fernandez
Once again, Ryanair has decided that it won't start any flights to North America — despite saying it would only three days before.

Lufthansa pilots continue strike
March 18 2015 — Jan Fernandez
Lufthansa's attempt to lower costs and better compete are backfiring, as pilot strikes continue to a third day — costing the airline several millions of euros per day.

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