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Next Generation Model Serving

Model Server Motivation Producing real-time predictions requires two components: feature vector building and model evaluation (aka inference). Our original infrastructure (the Python streamer) handled both of these in one place. It followed our flight data feed to build feature vectors and evaluated those vectors on models it loaded into memory. The streamer was not performant enough to run for all the airports we wished to make predictions for, so we ran many copies of it, with each streamer… (flightaware.engineering) More...

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Cessna Citation violates US Capitol airspace, crashes in Virginia

Reuters reported that U.S. authorities scrambled jet fighters to pursue a light aircraft that entered restricted airspace over the U.S. Capitol area, that later crashed into the mountains in southwestern Virginia. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a Cessna Citation that took off from Elizabethton, Tennessee, and bound for Islip, New York crashed in the sparsely populated town of Montebello, Virginia in around 3 p.m. (www.foxnews.com) More...

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New U.S. Flights Operated by Chinese Airlines to Avoid Russian Airspace

Chinese airlines are starting to avoid flying over Russian airspace for flights to the US. This suggests that China is looking to improve its relationship with the US as geopolitical tensions increase. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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Jet Crashes After Supersonic Intercept Near Washington, D.C.

A Cessna Citation Jet was intercepted near Washington, D.C. by F-16s, producing a loud supersonic boom audible to the DMV Metro Area. Efforts to reconnect with the pilot were unsuccessful, and the plane ultimately crashed (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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Airbus Nears Record Deal with IndiGo for 500 A320 Jets and Plans 720 Deliveries in 2023

Airbus, the European planemaker, is on the verge of finalizing a groundbreaking agreement to sell 500 A320-family jets to IndiGo, India’s largest carrier, according to industry sources. The official announcement is expected to take place during this year’s Paris Air Show. (www.airguide.info) More...

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Is It Still Okay to Recline Your Seat?

Etiquette expert says now considered "rude" to recline any seat outside of First or Business class. But is it? The recline button is still intact in passenger jets...are we not supposed to use it? (www.seattletimes.com) More...


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