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British Airways 777B-200 near Shannon Generator failure

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A BAW British airways Boeing 777B-200 was on its way to Boston M.A USA which left LHR Heathrow with rego G-VIIS with flight number BA215. The aircraft was en route at FL360 and was 90 NM from Shannon (Ireland) . The flight crew had noticed the Generator alarm light on and decided not to continue with the flight over the Atlantic. The 777B-200 landed safety at Shannon. The aircraft had to dump fuel as a safety caution… (www.aeroinside.com) Más...

American Airlines Mulls Headquarters Move Year After Merger

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The airline may decide to leave Fort Worth, Texas, where it has been based since 1979, or opt to do nothing, Chief Executive Officer Doug Parker said after a speech today to the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce. (www.bloomberg.com) Más...

Delta supports Obama Administration immigration reforms

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First Airbus and now this...I hate to predict what is coming next out of Delta. (news.delta.com) Más...

Watch a 55-Day Overhaul of the Largest Passenger Plane [VIDEO]

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The 550-ton airliner was stripped of a total of 1,600 parts during the process, including the four 6.7-ton engines. (www.youtube.com) Más...

NASA’s Innovative Ground Collision Avoidance System Could Save Hundreds Every Year

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EDWARDS (CBSLA.com) — Most air travelers don’t know it, but NASA is with you when you fly. That’s right — the first ‘A’ in NASA stands for Aeronautics, and the agency continues to develop methods to improve the safety, efficiency, and adaptability of air travel. (losangeles.cbslocal.com) Más...

Watch the invisible patterns of air travel over some of the busiest skies in the world

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The air traffic control system over the United Kingdom keeps the nation’s airspace safe—and beautiful. In the video above, National Air Traffic Services (NATS), the association of air traffic controllers for 16 of the UK’s airports, offers a guided tour of how flight paths are managed by their staff over the course of a day. (qz.com) Más...