Tag: Boeing 737

NASA Thinking of Green Futures for Passenger Airlines

NASA’s X-48  flights promise a green future for passenger airlines drone test After nearly six years of flying from 2007 to 2013 and reviewing data from then until now, NASA has announced that the X-48 test project has been successfully completed, according to ISNA. These test flights demonstrate NASA’s commitment to designing and developing new aircraft […]

Breaking: Pegasus Boeing 737 Snaps Into Three Landing In Istanbul

A Boeing 737-800 operated by Pegasus Airlines has skidded off the runway and snapped into three pieces at Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen airport. Part of the destroyed aircraft. Photo Source: Twitter According to Turkey’s transport minister, there have been no fatalities recorded so far but it is believed that several people have been injured. The airport […]

Grounded Boeing 737 Set On Fire In Pakistan

On Sunday evening a Shaheen Air Boeing 737-200 was destroyed by fire at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport in Pakistan. Preliminary reports suggest that the fire was intentional. The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is investigating the matter. The aircraft fire. The aircraft’s small engine can be seen in the foreground, silhouetted by the fire behind. […]

Fog inside Boeing 737 prompts Ryanair crew call Mayday

A Ryanair flight from Romania passed all phases of a good thriller movie onboard. Eventually, the Boeing 737-800 did reach London, UK, where it landed in a third attempt. Mayday-Mayday declared Ryanair pilots just minutes after taking off from Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport (OTP) in Romania, on January 21, 2020. The flight FR1006 was […]

Virgin Australia’s Boeing 737 begins disintegrating mid-flight

Virgin Australia had to abort the flight to Melbourne and return to its origin airport after surface cardboard material began peeling off from Boeing 737-800 wing during the climb phase. On January 19, 2020, a Virgin Australia Boeing 737-800 (registration number VH-VOO) took off from Brisbane for a domestic flight to Melbourne, Australia. During the […]


Boeing 737 MAX wiring poses potential threat

With the Boeing 737 MAX groundings continuing for almost a full year now, regulators are scrutinizing and looking at every aspect of the jet, making sure the-once hailed “game changer” aircraft is as safe as possible. After an internal audit, requested by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in December 2019, a new, potentially deadly flaw […]