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Proposed US fix for Boeing 737 Max software does not address Ethiopian crash scenario

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The British Airline Pilots' Association (BALPA) has told American aviation regulators that the Boeing 737 Max needs better fixes for its infamous MCAS software, warning that a plane crash which killed 149 people could happen again. (www.theregister.com) Más...

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This weird-looking plane could someday be a fast, clean option for air travel

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The Celera 500L is a strange-looking aircraft that its creators hope will change the way some of us fly. Its fuselage resembles a sleek blimp, or maybe the noggins of the Coneheads of Saturday Night Live yore. Odd as it may appear, this experimental aircraft has completed 31 flights so far, all of them out of California. (www.popsci.com) Más...

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Delta To Retire All Its Boeing 717s And 767-300ERs

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Delta Air Lines has set out plans to retire all of its Boeing 717s and 767-300ERs. The two types will exit the airlines’ fleet by December 2025. Alongside these aircraft, from its regional brand, Delta will be retiring all of its 50-seater Bombardier CRJ200s. Retiring the aircraft Delta Air Lines announced on September 25th that it would retire all Boeing 717-200s and all 767-300ERs by December 2025. Meanwhile, the CRJ200s will be retired by December 2023. Delta stated in an investor update that… (simpleflying.com) Más...

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GE9X Jet Engine Wins Certification

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GE9X engine for Boeing Co's BA.N 777X passenger jet has been certified by the FAA (www.geaviation.com) Más...

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How Far Can A Modern Twin Jet Fly On One Engine?

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While engine failures these days are rare, they still happen from time to time. However, passengers don’t need to worry, as modern jets are designed to fly safely on one engine. (simpleflying.com) Más...

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