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Six Men Detained In Texas After Disrupting Flight From San Diego To Chicago

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CHICAGO (CBS) — A Southwest Airlines flight from San Diego to Chicago was diverted to Amarillo, Texas, late Monday night, after six passengers became unruly during the flight. (chicago.cbslocal.com) Más...

The World's Fastest Four-Cylinder Airplane Is This Wild Student Project

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​The Anequim Project Team, a group of students and professors from Brazil's Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG), recently brought their slick new plane to Rio de Janeiro to put it through its paces. When they were done with the high-speed flights out of the Santa Cruz Air Force Base this past weekend, they'd set five new world records. Not bad for a student project. (www.popularmechanics.com) Más...

The 10 Questions You Must Ask Before Purchasing a Private Jet

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If you are a first-time buyer of a business aircraft, you should be asking yourself many questions before embarking on the quest to find the perfect plane: How often will I fly and how far? How much will I need to work or sleep en route to my destinations? How much luggage will I need to stow? How tall are my typical passengers and how much luggage will they bring? How long will I stay at each destination? How comfortable am I with the idea of other people chartering my plane? (lnkd.in) Más...

Emirates Airlines Launches New Non-Stop Service From Dubai To Orlando With An Airbus A380 Super Jumbo Jet

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Emirates Airlines completed the first rotation of the new Orlando-Dubai non-stop service today with a water canon salute by the Orlando airport’s Fire Rescue department using an Airbus A380, landing at 11:29am... (www.thefloridanewsjournal.com) Más...

NEW CanJet, Halifax-based airline, to suspend flight operations indefinitely

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CanJet, a Halifax-based charter airline, will be suspending flight operations effective immediately, the company's president told CBC News. Stephen Rowe, president of CanJet Airlines, says that the company has decided to take a step back to determine if they want to move forward with a different financial plan that may or may not include more planes. (www.cbc.ca) Más...

Japan Aims to Crack the Aviation Market With Its First New Passenger Plane in Four Decades

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Japan is home to some of the world’s biggest automakers, is one of the biggest shipmakers, and its trains run on subways and high-speed tracks around the globe. One industry Japan hasn’t been able to penetrate is construction of passenger jets. (www.ondair.net) Más...

What It's Like To Fly America's Biggest Jet, The Gargantuan C-5 Galaxy

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One of Foxtrot Alpha’s readers, Ben Brown, flies the Pentagon’s biggest jet, the mighty Lockheed C-5 Galaxy. (foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com) Más...

Pilots expected to picket Warren Buffett-owned NetJets

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Warren Buffett’s peaceful summer stand-off with NetJets pilots is about to end. (nypost.com) Más...

U.S. OKs $3B upgrade of Boeing Apache helicopters for UK

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WASHINGTON • The U.S. government has approved Britain's request to have 50 of its older model Apache helicopters refurbished and upgraded by Boeing Co and other U.S. companies, a deal valued at around $3 billion, the Defense Department announced on Thursday. (www.stltoday.com) Más...

Delta to Pay Business Fliers if it's later than American & United

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Basking in an on-time rate that beats rivals, Delta Air Lines Inc. promises to pay up if it can’t get road warriors to their destinations more reliably than American and United. Delta is pitching a new program to its corporate clients that would award travel credits to those accounts if the carrier falls behind its two biggest rivals in on-time arrival and flight completion rates. (www.bloomberg.com) Más...

About That Airplane Part That Was Supposed to Solve the MH370 Mystery ...

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It is over a month since a piece of a Boeing 777 washed up on the Indian Ocean island of La Réunion, but French investigators are no closer to confirming that the part came from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. In fact, leaks from within the investigation suggest that the part might not have come from the plane at all. (nymag.com) Más...

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