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FAA administrator tells team to 'take whatever time needed' on 737 MAX

U.S. Federal Aviation Administrator Steve Dickson told his team to “take whatever time is needed” in their review of Boeing Co’s (BA.N) 737 MAX, reiterating that the path to approval is “not guided by a calendar or schedule,” (in.reuters.com) Ещё...

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Qantas gears up for the second "Project Sunrise" research flight

Sydney, Australia - The Australian flag carrier Qantas will fly a nearly empty a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner from London Heathrow to Sydney as part of “Project Sunrise”. The 787-9 registered VH-ZNJ will take off from Heathrow and fly directly to Sydney with no paying passengers onboard. (airlinerwatch.com) Ещё...

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Once-Mighty Gulf Airlines Turn to Budget Allies for Growth

From a desert outpost to a sprawling metropolis boasting the world’s biggest long-haul airline, Dubai has long epitomized rapid growth, and its biennial air show has typically mirrored that quest with record-breaking plane orders. But the last two years haven’t been easy on the aviation industry or the global economy, turning the event, which starts Sunday, into a barometer for future demand. Boeing Co.’s 737 Max, a star at the 2017 gathering, is grounded following two fatal accidents. The… (www.yahoo.com) Ещё...

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Transportation Committee asks Boeing's CEO for more Max details

The chair of the House Transportation Committee has sent Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg dozens of questions related to the 737 Max (www.flightglobal.com) Ещё...

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Pilot Confesses Secret Just Moments before Takeoff. Hands Woman Envelope 21 Years in the Making

With all the airline horror stories of late, sometimes the happy ones need to be posted. Here is a video of a Southwest captain celebrating his one millionth passenger....classy. (www.liftable.com) Ещё...

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GAMA Publishes 2019 Third Quarter Aircraft Shipment and Billings Report

Washington, DC — The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) today published a nine-month industry update with the release of its third quarter general aviation aircraft shipments and billings report. Aggregate business jet and piston airplane deliveries continued experiencing increases through the first nine months of 2019 compared to last year, whereas the number of turboprops and rotorcraft deliveries declined. "The first nine months of 2019 show positive results for business… (gama.aero) Ещё...

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Amazing tale of a desperate WWII US pilot’s encounter with a German flying ace

On Dec. 20, 1943, a young American bomber pilot named Charlie Brown found himself somewhere over Germany, struggling to keep his plane aloft with just one of its four engines still working....a great read. (www.nypost.com) Ещё...

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IATA Set To Combat Greta Thunberg’s Flight Shaming Movement

The aviation industry is set to launch a campaign to combat the growing flight shaming movement led by Greta Thunberg. The campaign comes as weakened demand has been reported in Europe. (simpleflying.com) Ещё...

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US NTSB Publishes Annual Aviation Accident Statistics for 2018

WASHINGTON (Nov. 14, 2019) — U.S. civil aviation deaths increased from 347 in 2017 to 393 in 2018, according to preliminary statistics released Wednesday by the National Transportation Safety Board. The year 2018 saw the nation’s first airline passenger fatality since 2009, when a passenger on a Southwest airliner was killed in connection with an engine failure. Most aviation deaths in 2018 took place during general aviation operations, when 381 were killed, compared to 331 the year before. The… (www.ntsb.gov) Ещё...

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Mooney Ceasing Production. Closes Kerrville Plant, furloughs hundreds of employees

The Kerrville Daily Times is reporting that Mooney International has ceased manufacturing operations at its Kerrville Airport factory at Kerrville Municipal Airport (KERV), Texas. In the move, a company spokesman said, the company laid off 229 employees, bringing Mooney employment down to around 90 workers. None will be producing aircraft parts, however, which is certain to concern Mooney owners. (www.planeandpilotmag.com) Ещё...

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Qantas makes emergency landing at New Zealand military base

It must have been a major mechanical problem that caused a Qantas flight to land just 150 km from Wellington Airport at a military base. The passengers had to sit on the hot plane for hours, waiting for Customs Officials to drive from Wellington. With no food service available at the military airport, folks were hungry. Then passengers had to make the 2 hour drive to Wellington in buses. No word on if their luggage went with them. (www.abc.net.au) Ещё...

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Runway Excursion at Chicago O'Hare (E145, snowy/icy runway, loss of lateral control on rollout)

An Envoy Embraer ERJ-145, registration N619AE performing flight AA-4125 from Greensboro,NC to Chicago O'Hare,IL (USA) with 38 passengers and 3 crew, landed on O'Hare's runway 10L at 07:40L (13:40Z), tower had reported medium braking action and 4000 feet RVR, when the aircraft skidded left off the runway, skidded sideways further yawing to the left and came to a stop with all gear as well as the right wing tip on soft ground about 5350 feet/1630 meters past the runway threshold,… (avherald.com) Ещё...

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Tailwind and poor braking present before ERJ-145 excursion

Preliminary indications suggest the Envoy Air Embraer ERJ-145 which suffered a runway excursion at Chicago O'Hare had landed with a tailwind in gusting conditions. (www.flightglobal.com) Ещё...

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FAA threatened to ground 38 Southwest Airlines jets over maintenance concerns, report says

U.S. aviation regulators "threatened" to ground 38 Boeing 737 jets operated by Southwest Airlines last month because the carrier isn't able to verify that the aircraft meet all mandatory safety standards, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing government documents. Congressional investigators and the U.S. Department of Transportation's inspector general's office are looking at Southwest's operation of used foreign aircraft it bought over the years, the WSJ… (www.msn.com) Ещё...


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