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PC Pilot Issue 137

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Cross Channel Car Ferries of the Air

For a few decades it was possible to cross the English Channel by booking onto an aircraft which could carry a car and its occupants. The development of this service was covered in the history of British United Air Ferries, which was featured in a supplement on Air Holdings (that owned a number of carriers) in the January 21, 1965 issue of ‘The Aeroplane and Commercial Aviation News’

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USMC one step closer to deploying the F-35C aboard carriers

VMFA-314 complete final integrated training cycle with CSG 3 and are now one step closer to being the first USMC unit to deploy aboard a carrier with the F-35C

UK MOD announces recovery of crashed F-35B

The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) has officially announced that the British F-35B which crashed on take-off from HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08) on November 17 has been recovered from the Mediterranean Sea

Indian defence chief killed in helicopter crash

India's Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Bipin Rawat, has been killed after an Indian Air Force Mi-17V5 helicopter in which he was travelling crashed on the morning of December 8

Swissport to provide Finnair’s ramp services at Helsinki

Swissport is to help Finnair accommodate the increase in intercontinental traffic at Helsinki

Jet and Neste in Amsterdam SAF partnership

Jet Aviation has signed an agreement to secure and offer Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel (Neste MY SAF) at its FBO at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Gatwick station takes next step

Gatwick Airport’s train station has reached a new milestone in its upgrade project after breaking ground on the next stage of works

Alstef to upgrade Mayotte baggage system

Alstef Group has won the outbound baggage system upgrade project at Mayotte Dzaoudzi–Pamandzi International Airport, expanding a system it installed in 2013