On the 9th of January, the Machico Forum will hold the International Airport of Madeira Cristiano Ronaldo recruitment day.
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A Royal Air Force Boeing C-17 Globemaster III transport plane landed yesterday morning at Cristiano Ronaldo International Airport.
The Permanent Specialised Committee on Economy, Finance and Tourism met this afternoon with the Regional Secretary for Tourism and Culture, Eduardo Jesus, in order to clarify issues related to the “Financing of the conclusions of the Working Group for the study of Air Operation Problems in the Madeira Archipelago”.
The Secretary of State for Infrastructure confirmed yesterday that the tender for the acquisition of new radars for Madeira's airport could be launched in the second quarter of the year, and that the funding is included in the NAV budget.
A working group visited Santa Cruz last week to analyse potential installation points for the new and desperately needed radar equipment.
Four flights were diverted to Porto Santo airport this morning due to strong winds at the Madeira International Airport.
There was chaos this morning as 15 flights were diverted due to bad weather.
Romanian airline, Blue Air, will start flying to Madeira from the 16th of April.
There was a surge of excitement as a Ryanair plane landed at Madeira International Airport - Cristiano Ronaldo this afternoon, in a move that is said to open a new chapter of aviation history in the Region.
Strong winds affected the airport this afternoon, causing havoc and confusion at the airport for those waiting for their flights from London, Brussels, Manchester and Lisbon.
A report recently released by media outlet Correio da Manhã, stated that a bird strike on an aircraft as it took off from Madeira International Airport in 2011 resulted in a lower cargo door malfunction (the door sprung open), which could have led to a 'catastrophic failure' resulting in the death of all 105 passengers and 7 crew members on board a SATA flight leaving Madeira for Copenhagen.
If it isn't one thing, it is another, as strong winds affected air traffic at the airport this afternoon. In many cases, it took pilots two or three attempts before they could land, while a later UK flight was forced to divert to Porto Santa, as it was still unable to land after the third attempt.
With a total of twenty-five arrivals and departures yesterday, Madeira International Airport and its employees were under pressure, especially as seven flights arrived in the space of an hour.