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Flights Disrupted As High Winds Batter Netherlands

March 31, 2015

Spring storms battered the Netherlands with gusts of up to 120 km an hour on Tuesday, causing Amsterdam's Schiphol airport to cancel flights.
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Flights Disrupted As High Winds Batter Netherlands

EU Airlines Urged To Avoid Yemen Airspace

March 31, 2015

European regulators have urged airlines to avoid Yemen's airspace as air strikes in the southwestern tip of the Arabian Peninsula continue.
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EU Airlines Urged To Avoid Yemen Airspace

Turkish Airlines Cancels Yemen Flights Until April 5

March 31, 2015

Turkish Airlines has cancelled flights from Istanbul to Yemen from Tuesday until April 5 due to political instability in the country.
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Turkish Airlines Cancels Yemen Flights Until April 5

Flight Bans Hit Thailand-Based Airlines

March 31, 2015

A senior Thai aviation official has warned of an "unimaginable impact" on revenues and passenger numbers of Thailand-based airlines after three major Asian destination countries refused them permission for charter flights.
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Flight Bans Hit Thailand-Based Airlines

Vistara Plans To Expand Into International Routes

March 31, 2015

Indian airline Vistara plans to expand its fleet and start flying to overseas destinations within two years, its chief executive said, ahead of an expected change in rules that could allow new carriers to operate abroad.
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US DOT Proposes Delta Keeps Haneda Slot

March 27, 2015

The US Department of Transportation said that Delta Air Lines can keep a slot at Tokyo's Haneda Airport if it flies there from Seattle daily, upsetting competitors that had asked for Delta's slot to grow their presence in Asia.
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US DOT Proposes Delta Keeps Haneda Slot

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Amazon Blasts FAA For Slow Drone Regulation

March 24, 2015

Amazon has blasted the FAA for being slow to approve commercial drone testing, saying the United States is falling behind other countries in the potentially lucrative area of unmanned aviation technology.
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Amazon Blasts FAA For Slow Drone Regulation