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  • 8

Lockheed Martin, in a dogfight with Boeing, puts the F-35 on sale

The aerospace giant is hoping to offer its cutting-edge technology at a price similar to older models. ( Más...

  • 6

Encontrada una pieza del avión de Etiopía en posición “inusual” y similar a la del Boeing 737 MAX de Indonesia.

Los investigadores han encontrado entre los restos del avión Boeing 737 MAX 8 siniestrado el 10 de marzo en Etiopía una pieza del sistema de estabilización en una posición “inusual” similar a la que presentaba esa misma pieza en la aeronave que se estrelló en octubre en Indonesia, según han contado a Reuters dos fuentes cercanas a la investigación. ( Más...

  • 192

Global flight tracking standards take effect as first step in radical GADSS distress safety system

New international rules that mean airlines must report their fleet’s flight positions every 15 minutes become official today more than four years since the March 2014 disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. ( Más...

  • 161

Happy 14th Birthday FlightAware!

Happy Birthday Flightaware! May you have many more! ( Más...

  • 152

Chicago Mayoral Candidate wants to reopen Meigs Field

Meigs was the second largest business district airport in North America. Meigs Field airport was closed when Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley ordered the runway destroyed with bulldozers without the thirty-day notice required by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations. I propose the restoration of this important third airport with planned enhancements for 21st century personal air travel and much needed revenue source. ( Más...

  • 149

An owl was waiting for pilots this morning in Boeing 777-300ER’s cockpit prior flight to London

Pilots of Jet Airways were surprised this morning when they entered cockpit. An owl was waiting for them, ready to fly to London in the Boeing 777-300ER (reg. VT-JEV), the biggest aircraft of the airline. ( Más...

  • 137

FlightAware Launches Ground Coverage For Business Aviation

Ready to Taxi notifies users when an aircraft powers on at its origin, taxis out, taxis in and parks at its destination FBO or airport. ( Más...

  • 124

Ryanair Surpasses New Safety Standards For Flight Tracking With GlobalBeacon

Ryanair, Europe’s favorite low fares airline, today announced the deployment of GlobalBeacon, a live flight monitoring platform that combines FlightAware’s data processing capabilities and web-interface with global flight tracking coverage from AireonSM. ( Más...

  • 123

FlightAware Announces Flight Tracking Coverage Growth

FlightAware Now Provides 100% Global Flight Tracking From the Moment an Aircraft Powers on at its Origin to the Second it Parks at its Destination. ( Más...

  • 122

Remains found after Boeing 767 with three aboard crashes in water near Houston

GTI3591 - Multiple agencies are responding to reports of a plane crash in Chambers County. According to the Chambers County Sheriff's Office, the crash happened near the City of Anahuac, Texas, in the Trinity Bay. Preliminary reports state a two-engine Boeing 767 cargo jetliner crashed shortly before 12:45 p.m. Saturday. ( Más...

  • 121

Air traffic controller dies ensuring flight gets off the ground

An Indonesian air traffic controller has sacrificed his life to ensure a plane carrying hundreds of people safely made it off the ground after Friday's earthquake. ( Más...

  • 118

Why Every Airline Should Already Exceed GADSS Flight Tracking Standards

As a growing number of countries adopt GADSS into their regulatory framework, global flight tracking with at least one position update per minute is becoming the industry standard. Our CEO, Daniel Baker, explains the impact this has on passenger safety and how our partnership with Aireon LLC enables airlines of all sizes to exceed it. ( Más...

  • 117

FlightAware's custom shark icons help users track Southwest's Shark Week fleet

Southwest is stepping up its Shark Week promotional efforts, which now include the option to track the 'shark flights' via special icons on FlightAware. Track the sharks via: N470WN (Great White ), N705SW (Hammerhead), N961WN (Mako), N553WN (Tiger Shark) and N947WN (Bull Shark) ( Más...

  • 116

FlightAware Named One of Houston's Best Places to Work

Houston Business Journal recognized FlightAware as one of 102 local companies that tout work-life balance and awesome perks. ( Más...

  • 116

Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 Crashes In Jakarta

Reports are coming in with information that a Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 has crashed shortly after takeoff from Jakarta. Flight JT610 had just departed from Jakarta (CGK) with destination Pangkal Pinang (PGK). ( Más...

  • 112

Azul becomes 1st in Americas for minute-by-minute aircraft flight tracking by adopting Aireon space-based ADS-B

Azul Linhas Aéreas has become the first airline in the Americas to exceed modern flight tracking safety standards by embracing truly global, real-time flight tracking capabilities onboard aircraft, with SITAONAIR’s best-in-class AIRCOM® FlightTracker. ( Más...

  • 109

Capt Sullenberger criticizing Boeing and FAA

Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger says the FAA’s handling of the deadly crashes of two Boeing 737 Max 8 jetliners in just five months has damaged the United States’ longstanding “credibility as leaders in aviation.” Sullenberger is a retired airline pilot who famously landed his US Airways jet — an Airbus 320 — in the icy Hudson River off Manhattan in January 2009, after hitting a flock of geese and losing power in both engines. All 155 people on board the plane survived. ( Más...

  • 105

(Video) National Air and Space Museum - Ignite Tomorrow

The National Air and Space Museum is unveiling plans for a bold new future. Over the next several years, the Museum will completely reimagine its flagship building in Washington, DC inside and out, including all 23 galleries and presentation spaces. You can be a part of the mission to transform America’s favorite museum. Learn more about the Ignite Tomorrow campaign and how you can help inspire the next generation of pilots and explorers. ( Más...

  • 103

Passenger Grabs Controls After Pilot Collapses

When Carli McConaughy pulled on the big control column in the middle of the helicopter she was flying in over Honolulu last week, she had no idea what she was doing but she likely saved her own life and those of her fiancé and the unconscious pilot beside her. ( Más...

  • 102

My B-17 crew survived Nazi-occupied France in World War II. Now I'm the last man standing.

My B-17 crew was shot down on a bombing mission to Germany. We had no idea what lay ahead of us in Nazi-occupied France and what we would later endure. ( Más...

  • 101

Passengers were stuck overnight after their flight was diverted. So the captain brought them 40 pizzas

Passengers from American Airlines Flight 2354 from Los Angeles to Dallas-Fort Worth were bracing for a long night. Their plane was diverted to the regional airport in Wichita Falls, Texas, on Thursday due to severe thunderstorms. Trying to ease their inconvenience, the plane's captain, Jeff Raines, called the local Papa John's and ordered 40 fresh pizzas for delivery at Wichita Falls Municipal Airport (SPS). ( Más...

  • 100

Horizon Air worker takes plane from Sea-Tac Airport, crashes on island in south Puget Sound

A Horizon Air worker took off Friday night in one of the airline’s Q400 turboprops at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and crashed on an island in south Puget Sound after being coaxed by air-traffic control to try to land and trailed by two fighter jets, officials said. ( Más...

  • 99

A successful eighth and final launch for Aireon

At 7:31 AM PST (15:31 UTC) a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and placed the final 10 Iridium NEXT satellites into low earth orbit (LEO). This launch brought the total number of Aireon payloads in orbit to 75 (66 operational payloads and 9 spares), completing the historic launch program and passing one of the last remaining milestones before Aireon ushers in a new era of global air traffic surveillance and aircraft tracking. ( Más...

  • 97

Super-Rare XP-82 Twin Mustang Flies Again After Decade-Long Restoration

Of the five Twin Mustangs left in the world, two are on display in the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. Another is a gate guard at Lackland AFB in Texas. One is currently undergoing restoration. And one—just one—is, at long last, ready to fly. ( Más...

  • 96

Ohio pilot disappeared without a trace

Neil Huntzinger was an expert pilot. For decades, he traveled North America, Central America and South America for profit and adventure. Then one morning, he pointed the nose of his airplane toward the horizon and vanished into thin air, leaving a mystery that has never been solved. ( Más...

  • 96

Rescued from aircraft boneyard, restored D-Day plane unveiled at EAA AirVenture

OSHKOSH – Looking at the plane with colorful nose art and black and white stripes painted on its wings, it’s easy to imagine it waiting to take off with other aircraft on a moonless night in 1944, it’s cargo hold filled with anxious paratroopers. A C-47 transport plane dubbed “That’s All, Brother” was one of the lead aircraft in the D-Day invasion and was found three years ago in the boneyard of Basler Aviation in Oshkosh. ( Más...

  • 93

U.S. pilots flying 737 MAX weren’t told about new automatic systems change linked to Lion Air crash

Pilots for two U.S. airlines flying Boeing's 737 MAX weren't trained about a key change to an automatic system that's been linked to the fatal crash of a Lion Air jet last month, according to pilot representatives at both airlines. ( Más...

  • 91

NTSB says Notams are "just a pile of garbage" [video]

NTSB Board Chairman, at the Air Canada 759 hearing into the SFO attempted taxiway landing explains that NOTAMs are "just a pile of garbage that no one pays any attention to" "written in some kind of language that only a computer programmer would really understand. Just pages and pages and pages of irrelevant material, the important stuff gets buried." ( Más...


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