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Air Traffic
Air Traffic
ITALY
RTXMDAO
January 18, 2004
An aeroplane comes into land before the start of a one-day strike at Rome's Fiumicino Airport January...
Rome, Italy
An aeroplane comes into land before the start of a one-day strike at Rome's Fiumicino Airport Januar.....
An aeroplane comes into land before the start of a one-day strike at Rome's Fiumicino Airport January 19, 2004. A strike by employees at Italian state-controlled airline Alitalia forced the cancellation of 364 flights on Monday, putting further pressure on the debt-laden carriers balance sheet. The second official walkout since the company presented its three-year plan in October, brought travel woe to some 18,000 passengers.
GERMANY
RTR1IU1T
October 30, 2006
An air traffic controller watches his screen at the control centre of the German air traffic control...
Langen, Germany
Air traffic controller watches his screen at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency...
An air traffic controller watches his screen at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency Deutsche Flugsicherung in Langen near Frankfurt October 30, 2006. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
BRITAIN/
RTXXFKN
February 03, 2011
An air traffic controller monitors aircraft movement from the control tower at Manchester Airport, northern...
Manchester, United Kingdom
An air traffic controller monitors aircraft movement from the control tower at Manchester Airport
An air traffic controller monitors aircraft movement from the control tower at Manchester Airport, northern England, February 3, 2011. The airport on Thursday confirmed plans to construct a new multi-million pound control tower which would be the second tallest in Britain. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR8VSU
August 19, 2004
A Qantas passenger plane approaches a runway at Sydney's Kingsford Smith airport August 19, 2004. Australia's...
Sydney, Australia
A Qantas passenger plane approaches a runway at Sydney.
A Qantas passenger plane approaches a runway at Sydney's Kingsford Smith airport August 19, 2004. Australia's biggest airline, Qantas Airways Ltd, said on Thursday its full-year profit nearly doubled, boosted by cost cutting and pick-up in air traffic, but its shares fell five percent as the airline flagged higher fuel costs. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/FA
EUROPE-AIR/
RTR2D1RO
April 20, 2010
A member of the German air traffic control crisis management group shows a map of the calculated spread...
Langen, Germany
A member of the German air traffic control crisis management group shows a map of the predicted path...
A member of the German air traffic control crisis management group shows a map of the calculated spread of the volcanic ash cloud, at Langen in Frankfurt am Main April 20, 2010. European airports slowly started to return to life on Tuesday after five days cut off from the world due to a huge ash cloud, but some airspace stayed closed after reports a new plume from Iceland may be on its way. Germany said on Tuesday it would maintain its no-fly zone until 1800 GMT, with exceptions REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
EUROPE-AIR/
RTR2CUWS
April 15, 2010
A radar rotates at Heathrow Airport in west London April 15, 2010. A huge cloud of ash from a volcano...
Heathrow, multiple countries
A radar rotates at Heathrow Airport in west London
A radar rotates at Heathrow Airport in west London April 15, 2010. A huge cloud of ash from a volcano in Iceland turned the skies of northern Europe into a no-fly zone on Thursday, leaving hundreds of thousands of passengers stranded. No flights will be allowed in British air space, except in emergencies, from 12 noon until at least 6 p.m. as the ash spreads across the country, the National Air Traffic Service (NATS) said. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TRAVEL)
USA-BUDGET/DELAYS
RTR2JZ3Y
March 16, 2011
An unused air traffic controller's phone sits on counter in University Park Airport's empty control tower,...
State College, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report USA-BUDGET/DELAYS
An unused air traffic controller's phone sits on counter in University Park Airport's empty control tower, unstaffed due to the U.S. Federal budget standoff, in State College, Pennsylvania, March 15, 2011. When they finally completed their new control tower last November, officials at University Park Airport hoped it would provide a needed safety upgrade. But several months after the $7 million tower passed its inspection, it remains empty. Money to hire the federal air traffic controllers is bottled up in Washington, hostage to the months-long budget standoff in Congress. Picture taken March 15, 2011. To match Special Report USA-BUDGET/DELAYS REUTERS/Andy Sullivan (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT)
GERMANY
RTR1IU1X
October 30, 2006
Air traffic controllers watch their screens at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency...
Langen, Germany
Air traffic controllers watch their screens at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency...
Air traffic controllers watch their screens at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency Deutsche Flugsicherung in Langen near Frankfurt October 30, 2006. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
AFGHANISTAN
RTXMND6
May 30, 2004
A Belgian soldier with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) directs an Antinov 124-100...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A Belgian soldier with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) directs an Antinov 124-100.....
A Belgian soldier with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) directs an Antinov 124-100 transport plane [carrying Turkish military Blackhawk helicopters] at Kabul airport May 30, 2004. NATO members, who lead ISAF in Afghanistan, [are under pressure to increase the number of troops they commit to counter a potential security threat in the lead up to landmark elections in September.]
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2FFLE
June 20, 2010
A plane prepares to land at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City Metro Manila June 20,...
Manila, Philippines
A plane prepares to land at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City Metro Manila
A plane prepares to land at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City Metro Manila June 20, 2010. Planes can still land and depart at Manila airports even after the radars or very high frequency omni-directional radio, a device that aids aircraft navigation especially in night flights and difficult weather conditions, bogged down, an airport official said. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: TRANSPORT)
EUROPE-AIR/BRITAIN
RTR2DZT0
May 17, 2010
A raincloud is seen above the control tower during a closure of airspace over Edinburgh airport, Scotland...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A raincloud is seen above the control tower during a closure of airspace over Edinburgh airport
A raincloud is seen above the control tower during a closure of airspace over Edinburgh airport, Scotland May 17, 2010. British aviation officials on Monday eased a no-fly zone that disrupted flights at London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports after a volcanic ash cloud from Iceland changed direction. Britain's air traffic control agency said restrictions would remain in place over Northern Ireland and the Shetland Isles, north of Scotland. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXRELD
December 03, 2009
An operator of Swiss air traffic control firm Skyguide monitors airplanes ground traffic and take off...
Geneva, Switzerland
An operator of Swiss air traffic control firm Skyguide monitors airplanes ground traffic and take off...
An operator of Swiss air traffic control firm Skyguide monitors airplanes ground traffic and take off at Cointrin airport in Geneva December 3, 2009. The control tower, nicknamed because of its shape after Japanese cartoon character Goldorak, was build 25 years ago. Its 45 staff process daily between 450 and 600 take-offs and landings, annually almost 175,000 movements. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT)
ALITALIA/
RTR21UTQ
September 13, 2008
The control tower at Fiumicino airport is reflected in the windows of its Terminal B in Rome September...
Rome, Italy
Control tower at Fiumicino airport is reflected in the windows of its Terminal B in Rome
The control tower at Fiumicino airport is reflected in the windows of its Terminal B in Rome September 13, 2008. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi called airline unions to emergency talks on Saturday evening in a last-ditch effort to save national flag carrier Alitalia from collapse. The airline said it may have to ground planes from Monday as it could not secure fuel from wary suppliers and Italy's aviation authority said that put its operating licence at risk. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AUSTRALIA
RTR50SH
March 15, 2005
A passenger plane sporting the new OzJet logo takes off above runway control lights at Sydney's airport....
Sydney, UK
A passenger plane sporting the new OzJet logo takes off above runway control lights at Sydney's ...
A passenger plane sporting the new OzJet logo takes off above runway control lights at Sydney's airport. A passenger plane sporting the new OzJet logo takes off above runway control lights at Sydney's airport March 15, 2005. Australia's Paul Stoddart, the Minardi Formula One team boss, plans to begin operating a new Australian domestic airline called OzJet which will only offer business class seats between major Australian cities. TPORT REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SWITZERLAND
RTXLDOA
July 03, 2002
A plane flies past a radar during take off from Zurich airport July 3, 2002. Swiss aviation officials...
Zurich, Switzerland
A plane flies past a radar during take off from Zurich airport July 3, 2002. Swiss aviation official.....
A plane flies past a radar during take off from Zurich airport July 3, 2002. Swiss aviation officials said on Wednesday that an automatic system alerting air traffic controllers that planes are on a collision course was switched off when a Boeing cargo jet and a Russian Tupolev 154 passenger jet crashed over Lake Constance. Flights over the southern tip of Germany were monitored by Swiss air traffic control agency Skyguide at the time of the collision.
BAA/
RTR2KLW6
March 30, 2011
Air traffic controllers are seen at the BAA operated Edinburgh airport in Scotland March 30, 2011. Britain's...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Air traffic controllers are seen at the BAA operated Edinburgh airport in Scotland
Air traffic controllers are seen at the BAA operated Edinburgh airport in Scotland March 30, 2011. Britain's Competition Commission (CC) on Wednesday said it would force BAA to press ahead with the break up of its UK airport network, after reviewing a ruling it made two years ago.
In March 2009, the watchdog ordered BAA to sell London's Gatwick and Stansted airports and either Glasgow or Edinburgh airports in Scotland within two years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
USA-AIRPORT/
RTR2KC64
March 24, 2011
An Air Tran commercial jet takes off from Reagan Washington National Airport on March 24, 2011. U.S....
Washington, UNITED STATES
An Air Tran commercial jet takes off from Reagan Washington National Airport
An Air Tran commercial jet takes off from Reagan Washington National Airport on March 24, 2011. U.S. officials said they are looking into why two passenger planes were unable to communicate with the air traffic control tower at the airport before landing early on Wednesday. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTXXFV6
February 03, 2011
An air traffic controller monitors aircraft movement from the control tower at Manchester Airport, northern...
Manchester, United Kingdom
An air traffic controller monitors aircraft movement from the control tower at Manchester Airport
An air traffic controller monitors aircraft movement from the control tower at Manchester Airport, northern England February 3, 2011. The airport on Thursday confirmed plans to construct a new multi-million pound control tower which would be the second tallest in Britain. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRAVEL)
BRITAIN/
RTXXFKR
February 03, 2011
An air traffic control console is pictured inside the control tower at Manchester Airport, northern England...
Manchester, United Kingdom
An air traffic control console is pictured inside the control tower at Manchester Airport
An air traffic control console is pictured inside the control tower at Manchester Airport, northern England February 3, 2011. The airport on Thursday confirmed plans to construct a new multi-million pound control tower which would be the second tallest in Britain. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
RUSSIA-AIRPORTS/WEATHER
RTXW1VA
December 28, 2010
Passengers crowd in front of a flight board at the departure hall of Moscow's Domodedovo airport December...
Moscow, Russia
Passengers crowd in front of a flight board at the departure hall of Moscow's Domodedovo airport
Passengers crowd in front of a flight board at the departure hall of Moscow's Domodedovo airport December 28, 2010. Thousands remained stranded at Moscow's airports on Tuesday after icy rain and blackouts disrupted traffic for a third day. REUTERS/Mikhail Voskresensky (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT)
TRAVEL-HOLIDAY/
RTX3X8L
November 21, 2007
The Arrivals and Departures board, at Manhattan's Pennsylvania Station reads "on time" for trains along...
New York, UNITED STATES
The Arrivals and Departures board reads on time for trains along the North East corridor, in New York...
The Arrivals and Departures board, at Manhattan's Pennsylvania Station reads "on time" for trains along the North East corridor in New York November 21, 2007. Favorable weather throughout much of the country early in the day was the biggest plus for travelers, but worsening conditions pushing east and accelerated traffic volume began causing a few hiccups by afternoon. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR8VT4
August 19, 2004
A Qantas passenger plane approaches a runway at Sydney's Kingsford Smith airport August 19, 2004. Australia's...
Sydney, Australia
A Qantas passenger plane approaches a runway at Sydney.
A Qantas passenger plane approaches a runway at Sydney's Kingsford Smith airport August 19, 2004. Australia's biggest airline, Qantas Airways Ltd, said on Thursday its full-year profit nearly doubled, boosted by cost cutting and pick-up in air traffic, but its shares fell five percent as the airline flagged higher fuel costs. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/FA
AIRBUS/
RTR1V0CG
October 17, 2007
Ground staff gather to watch the Airbus A380 superjumbo land at Singapore's Changi Airport October 17,...
Singapore, Singapore
Ground staff gather to watch the Airbus A380 superjumbo land at Singapore's Changi Airport
Ground staff gather to watch the Airbus A380 superjumbo land at Singapore's Changi Airport October 17, 2007. Singapore Airlines, who are the first to take delivery of the A380, plan to use the A380 on daily flights to London, Tokyo, and Hong Kong/San Francisco. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
LIGHTNING AIRPORT
RTR2F1E
September 02, 2003
Lightning strikes just south of the McCarran International Airport air traffic control tower in Las Vegas,...
Las Vegas, United States of America
LIGHTNING STORM AT AIRPORT IN LAS VEGAS.
Lightning strikes just south of the McCarran International Airport air traffic control tower in Las Vegas, Nevada, during a powerful thunderstorm early September 2, 2003. Pictures of the month September 2003 NTRES REUTERS/Ethan Miller EM
GERMANY/
RTR1MP87
February 22, 2007
Air traffic controllers watch the screens and the airport at the control centre of the German air traffic...
Munich, Germany
Air traffic controllers watch the screens at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency...
Air traffic controllers watch the screens and the airport at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency Deutsche Flugsicherung at Munich's airport February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
BRAZIL-AIRLINES/
RTR1K574
December 07, 2006
An aircraft departures from Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo December 7, 2006. Air traffic in Brazil slowly...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
An aircraft departures from Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo
An aircraft departures from Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo December 7, 2006. Air traffic in Brazil slowly began to return to normal Thursday after two days of near chaos at airports around the country as pressure mounted for the resignation of government aviation officials. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
GERMANY
RTR1IU20
October 30, 2006
Air traffic controllers watch their screens at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency...
Langen, Germany
Air traffic controllers watch their screens at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency...
Air traffic controllers watch their screens at the control centre of the German air traffic control agency Deutsche Flugsicherung in Langen near Frankfurt October 30, 2006. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
AUSTRALIA
RTRGND9
November 23, 2004
A passenger plane passes the control tower as it takes off from Sydney airport in this picture taken...
Sydney, Australia
A passenger plane passes the control tower as it takes off from Sydney airport.
A passenger plane passes the control tower as it takes off from Sydney airport in this picture taken November 23, 2004. Australia will enact new air traffic control regulations on Friday, allowing commercial jets and light aircraft to fly in the same airspace without communicating with air traffic control. Pilots and industry groups have criticised the safety of the new measures, which are similar to measures used in the United States. Picture taken November 23, 2004. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/SH
GERMANY/
RTR2ZXRG
March 27, 2012
A worker passes a stair during a wage strike of Globe Ground ground personnel at Tegel airport in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
Worker passes stair during wage strike of Globe Ground ground personnel at Tegel airport in Berlin
A worker passes a stair during a wage strike of Globe Ground ground personnel at Tegel airport in Berlin March 27, 2012. German trade union Verdi announced a warning strike of ground personnel at Berlin's Tegel airport on Tuesday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
GERMANY/
RTR2ZXRJ
March 27, 2012
A flight information board shows cancelled flights during a wage strike of Globe Ground ground personnel...
Berlin, Germany
A flight information board shows cancelled flights during a wage strike of Globe Ground ground personnel...
A flight information board shows cancelled flights during a wage strike of Globe Ground ground personnel at Tegel airport in Berlin March 27, 2012. German trade union Verdi announced a warning strike of ground personnel at Berlin's Tegel airport on Tuesday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
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