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18:07

National

Major airlines to launch a digital Covid 'health passport' in March

Pilar Martínez

Some of the world's largest airlines intend to implement a 'health passport' next month in an effort to revive the aviation sector and get passengers travelling again - and to do so safely. The Travel Pass is an International Air Transport ... without quarantines and reactivating the aviation sector. They say that currently the traveller is faced with fragmented and diverse Covid-19 testing requirements for entry and exit, as well as the variety of different types of tests (PCR, LAMP, antigen

17:52

LifeStyle

27 November 1983: The second deadliest aviation accident in Spanish territory

Tony Bryant

At around five minutes past midnight on 27 November 1983, a Colombian Avianca Airlines jumbo jet crashed only minutes before it was scheduled to land at Madrid's Barajas airport. Avianca Flight 011 remains the second deadliest aviation accident in ... contact with the aircraft. The plane's digital flight data recorder was recovered in good condition several hours later. The crash was investigated by the Spanish Civil Aviation Accident and Incident Investigation Commission (CIAIAC), which concluded

18:40

LifeStyle

15 May 1793: Farm labourer makes Spanish aviation history

Tony Bryant

On the night of 15 May 1793, a farm labourer with no formal scientific education made Spanish aviation history with an invention that was purely the result of his own ingenuity, skill and courage. Although his achievements were often overlooked, ... today, he is recognised in Spain as the 'Father of Aviation'. Diego Marín Aguilera was born in Coruña del Conde (near Burgos) in 1757. His father died when he was a child and the youngster was forced to take control of his seven siblings, working as an

14:56

Local

TV studio tower to be shortened to avoid interfering with airport

francisco Jiménez

Andalusian television and radio broadcaster RTVA is finalising plans to reduce the height of the aerial tower at its Canal Sur TV studio in Malaga. The move comes after the civil aviation authority ruled last year that the tower was among

17:14

LifeStyle

27 March 1977: Spain's worst aviation accident kills 583

laura lewis

In the early evening of 27 March 1977, two Boeing 747s collided on the runway of Los Rodeos airport (now known as Tenerife Norte), kiling 583. There were 61 survivors. A Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) plane had started to take off without authorisation,

11:27

National

Ambassador reassures holidaymakers hotels will be paid

SUR in English

Aviation Authority "has already sent a guarantee of payment to every hotel with Thomas Cook package holiday customers" from the date of arrival to the scheduled departure date. However, he also issued the advice to call the UK's Civil Aviation Authority

15:04

LifeStyle

14 December 1927: Iberia's first foray into commercial aviation

Tony Bryant

The launch of the airline Iberia's first commercial flight from Madrid to Barcelona on 14 December 1927 was Spain's first foray into commercial aviation. Iberia Líneas Aéreas de España, S. A. was founded in June 1927 by Horacio Echevarrieta, a ... de Rivera, the aviation companies in Spain were state-controlled and as a consequence, in 1929, Iberia, along with Unión Aérea Española, was merged into Compañía de Líneas Aéreas Subvencionadas S.A. (CLASSA) and the new enterprise was granted a monopoly.