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Korean Air evacuates plane at Japan's Haneda airport after engine smoke
Korean Air Lines evacuated 319 passengers and crew from an aircraft preparing to take off from Japan's Haneda Airport in Tokyo after smoke came from its left engine. The inc (more)
TSA'S Summer Meltdown, and The Solution That Nobody Will Talk About
Now in Ask the Pilot: TSA's Summer Meltdown. Security lines are longer than ever, and the obvious fix is one that nobody will talk about. TSA doesn't need more screeners, it ne (more)
FAA Denies L.A. Anti-helicopter Petitions
Last week the FAA denied a quartet of petitions that sought to impose helicopter minimum altitudes; mandatory routings; and hover, orbit and pooling restrictions on tour and el (more)
World's Second Airworthy B-29!
May 20th, 2016, Wichita, KS, Today the FAA handed over the airworthiness certificate to "DOC". Doc is a B-29 that rolled of the assembly line in Wichita, Ks in March of 1945 (more)
Airbus just patented what could become the fastest helicopter in the world
Airbus is trying to take high-speed helicopters to a whole new level. Last month, the US Patent and Trademark Office approved an application from Airbus Helicopters' Axel Fi (more)
Lufthansa suspends Caracas flights as Venezuelan economy struggles
International airlines have for years struggled to repatriate billions of dollars in revenue held in the local bolivar currency due to exchange controls, prompting many to limi (more)

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