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Boeing parks two American Airlines 787s in desert as it waits on delayed seat delivery

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Boeing is reluctantly storing two new 787 Dreamliners in the California desert as it waits for French seat maker Zodiac Aerospace to catch up with delivery of its high-end seats. (www.bizjournals.com) Más...

Empty Plane Crashes, Only Injury Is Pilot's Pride

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Having a plane to fly is terrific. Having your plane fly away without anyone at the controls is terrifying. That's exactly what happened to this Canadian man. Fortunately, the only casualties were emotional. (flightclub.jalopnik.com) Más...

Air Canada Jet crashes in Halifax

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DEVELOPING STORY Reported to be flight 624 Watch for updates (rt.com) Más...

Air Canada 624, A320 Hard Landing at Halifax, Minor Injuries

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Flight AC624 "took a very hard landing and skidded off the runway" at approximately 12:35 a.m. AT said Peter Spurway, a spokesman for the Halifax Stanfield International Airport. FlightAware Track: https://flightaware.com/live/flight/ACA624/history/20150329/0055Z/CYYZ/CYHZ Image of Damage: https://twitter.com/airlivenet/status/582064632518574081/photo/1 (www.cbc.ca) Más...

Capt. Sullenberger: Aviation culture needs to allow pilots to get help

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It was the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525, Andreas Lubitz, who was in the cockpit when the plane crashed into the French Alps. Investigators called it a "deliberate" move, one that killed Lubitz and 149 others. His motive is still unclear, leading to questions about how the aviation industry screens pilots for issues like mental health. (www.cbsnews.com) Más...

World War II Bomber Drops Human Munitions Over Chicago

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The Flying Fortress was made famous in its role in the Daylight Strategic Bombing Campaign of WWII and the post-war movies, like Memphis Belle, that made it an icon. Now this B-17 is no longer avoiding anti-aircraft fire or enemy fighters but has exchanged its explosive warheads in order to drop people from the bomb bay. (flightclub.jalopnik.com) Más...

FlightSimCon 2015 takin place in June

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FlightSimCon 2015 will take place June 13-14, 2015 at the New England Air Museum, adjacent to Hartford's Bradley International Airport in Connecticut. FlightSimCon is designed to show pilots and aviation enthusiasts the power of at-home, desktop flight simulation. (generalaviationnews.com) Más...

UPS looking to recruit more women into aviation fields

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Louisville's largest employer is looking to attract women to careers in aviation -- a field dominated by men. The Worldport hub is rolling out the red carpet trying to recruit more women into a specific part of its workforce. (www.wdrb.com) Más...

Not Losing Our Luggage Has Made Airlines $18 Billion Richer

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Lost luggage is a nuisance for passengers and expensive to airlines. But new innovations in technology and processes are making mishandled luggage less likely, and airlines’ books look better as a result. (skift.com) Más...

Airlines Across India Told Not to Allow 'Unauthorised' People Into Cockpit

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An alleged incident on board a recent international flight, where a suspicious attempt to gain access to the cockpit was made, has prompted crew members of various airlines across the country have been warned to be on their guard. (www.ibtimes.co.in) Más...

Aviation Expert: How Well Is US Cockpit Policy Enforced?

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While many have touted a U.S. policy that prevents commercial pilots from being left alone in the cockpit, aviation expert Todd Curtis says he has concerns about how well the policy is enforced. (www.newsmax.com) Más...

Dubai Int'l T1 is too congested, says Indian airline boss

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The regional boss of Air India has said Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 1 is becoming too congested, which he said will begin to favour Emirates which has the entire Terminal 3 operation to itself. (www.arabianbusiness.com) Más...

Airplane makes precautionary landing at Mitchell after crew reports 'odd smell'

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MILWAUKEE -- A Virgin America flight made a precautionary landing at General Mitchell International Airport Friday morning after the crew reported an "odd smell" on board. (jrn.com) Más...

Alaska Airlines makes a major upgrade with in-flight entertainment using Windows 8.1 tablets

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Microsoft and the Windows operating system earned a new feather in their caps from Alaska Airlines who deployed 7,000 tablets as part of an enhanced passenger entertainment feature. (www.phonearena.com) Más...

American Airlines banking on tighter connections

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American Airlines Inc. customers may notice that Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is a lot busier Sunday. (www.dallasnews.com) Más...

FAA Publishes New Policy on Flight Procedures, Airspace

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The FAA updated Order 8260.19G, detailing new national guidance for all FAA personnel responsible for implementing the U.S. flight procedures and airspace program. The order, which supersedes 8260.19F, also provides guidance for the military and other government agencies to use when interacting with the FAA regarding instrument flight procedures. (www.ainonline.com) Más...

FAA Encourages Scenario-Based Go-Around Training

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Although the FAA’s recent Safety Alert for Operators (Safo) 15004 was created to encourage airlines to incorporate scenario-based go-around training into their pilot-training curricula, the concept is just as important for business aviation flight departments. (www.ainonline.com) Más...

Pilot Unions Protest Germanwings Investigation Leaks

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French pilot union Syndicat National des Pilotes today complained about what it calls a “violation of professional secrecy” over the allegedly unauthorized leaking of the contents of cockpit voice recorder (CVR) recovered from the wreckage of the Germanwings Airbus A320 that crashed in the French Alps on March 24. (www.ainonline.com) Más...

Why military wants to spend billions on new Air Force One

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Boeing 747 planes become Air Force One when the commander in chief is aboard. The current planes are getting old, and the Pentagon wants to buy new ones. CBS News' Mark Albert reports from behind the scenes on how for the first time the military may buy three 747s to replace the current two. (www.cbsnews.com) Más...

Etihad chief warns open skies spat could put brakes on global aviation

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Etihad Airways’ chief executive hit out at the protectionist mood in Europe and the United States on Thursday, warning that the ultimate price of any action taken against Arabian Gulf airlines would be the impact on the future growth of the global aviation industry. (www.thenational.ae) Más...

JetBlue pilot who yelled during flight sues airline for $16M

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NEW YORK (AP) — A JetBlue Airways pilot who scared passengers by yelling about Jesus and al-Qaida during a 2012 trip from New York to Las Vegas sued the airline for more than $16 million Friday, saying it jeopardized the flight by failing to recognize he was ill. (news.yahoo.com) Más...

Frustration with U.S. airlines is soaring

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It's not just you: Everyone appears to be frustrated with the U.S. airline industry. Despite the historic drop in oil prices, an important financial factor for commercial aviation, airfares haven't gone down accordingly. (www.13wmaz.com) Más...

American Airlines loses bid for Tokyo route

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American Airlines Inc. has lost its bid to wrest away one of Delta Air Lines’ routes into Tokyo’s desirable Haneda International Airport. (www.dallasnews.com) Más...

Thai airlines face ban on new flights amid international safety concerns

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Thailand is facing bans on new international flights and increased inspections after the International Civil Aviation Organization flagged significant concerns about the country's aviation safety, officials said Friday. (mashable.com) Más...

How do airlines monitor the mental health of pilots?

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Jon White spoke to professor of psychology and aviation mental health expert Robert Bor about how the industry monitors the health of flight crew. (www.newscientist.com) Más...

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