AIRPORT DELAYS

New Delhi () 1 hr 20 min1 hr 20 min
Shanghai () 1 hr 14 min1 hr 14 min
Chengdu, Sichuan () 1 hr 5 min1 hr 5 min
Newark, NJ () 1 hr 1 hr
Beijing () 58 min58 min
Kunming, Yunnan () 57 min57 min
San Francisco, CA () 53 min53 min
Shenzhen, Guangdong () 46 min46 min
Xi'an, Shaanxi () 35 min35 min
Los Angeles, CA () 34 min34 min
Manchester, England () 32 min32 min
Tel Aviv () 30 min30 min
Washington, DC ()
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Atlanta, GA ()
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Chicago, IL ()
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Los Angeles, CA ()
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Dallas-Fort Worth, TX ()
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Light winds
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A group of 12 year olds have come up with a cost effective way to help prevent bird strikes
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Editorial: Air Canada, FAA hindered investigation of SFO near-miss
The FAA, which was responsible for having only one air controller working traffic in the tower at the time, took more than 24 hours to notify the NTSB. The delay allowed Air Ca (More)
The 'boneyard': Where airlines send old planes to be scrapped
The “boneyard” is the term given to aircraft storage facilities where out-of-use planes are sent to be sold, stored or scrapped. Most are in arid locations. The one here in New (More)
See What Happens When A Plane Violates Presidential Airspace | TODAY
Each time President Trump spends a weekend away from the White House, there’s a massive military effort to protect him from threats… including from above. TODAY national invest (More)
E190 Draws the Embraer Logo over US
Just landed back at Nashville after a 4 hour and 38 minute flight. Going after Boeing I see! (More)
Pilots, check your bearings: Boeing Field catches up with Earth’s magnetic field
Because the Earth’s magnetic field has shifted over the decades, the runway numbers at Boeing Field have just been changed, requiring pilots to pay attention and change their c (More)