Airlander flying again ‘soon’

first_imgHLPFI readers will recall that it suffered a ‘heavy landing’ in August last year during a UK test flight resulting in damage to the external structure of the cockpit.HAV says that the Airlander 10 is designed to stay airborne for up to five days at a time manned, or more than two weeks if unmanned.It makes little noise, creates little pollution and can take off from and land at small sites almost anywhere.  www.hybridairvehicles.netlast_img

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Heavy Fog Brings Diverted Flights To Kenai Airport From Anchorage

first_imgAccording to Bondurant, the fog has started to clear up this morning as of around 9:45 a.m.: “Fog has lifted, and we do have aircrafts incoming from Anchorage that are on the ground for passengers it’s not a problem at the moment.”  Heavy fog advisory warnings have been flooding in through the Kenai Peninsula and Anchorage area keeping flights on the ground throughout the week at both airports. Story as aired: Mary Bondurant, Airport Manager at Kenai Municipal Airport: “We just handled the arrivals, people are able to de-plane and come into the terminal and wait until conditions improve so they can re-board and head on to Anchorage.” center_img On Thursday afternoon, there were seven planes waiting  at the Kenai Municipal Airport that had been diverted from Anchorage. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享**Update: As of 5:30pm Friday all flights out of the Kenai Airport are grounded due to the dense fog advisory.Airport officials advise customers to call their airline directly for flight status.Original Story –The Kenai Municipal Airport and the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport have both experienced heavy delays, cancellations, and re-routed flights over the past week.last_img read more

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