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... knew that there were so many airlines banned from flying into Europe. It's so interesting to see which countries have the most amount of airlines banned!

 

http://ec.europa.eu/transport/modes/air/safety/air-ban/doc/list_en.pdf


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Somewhat academic, since most of those airlines don't want to fly to Europe anyway, but it gives an indication of the state of aviation safety in those countries. The FAA does something similar with their category 1 / category 2 split (though if you're in category 2 you can still fly to the US, you just can't expand your schedules).


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What, 'Air Wolf' of Philippines not permitted? I'd love to see their livery!

 

Surprised CBS doesn't take issue with the trademark. They have been hard on FSX developers in the past for trying to create Airwolf models.

 

But Air Wolf has a space in it so I guess that is why they can use it.


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