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The Worst Airport In America

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More than 46 million Americans will travel further than 50 miles for this week's turkey-based festivities, and many of us will do it via air. And while very few airports deal well with holidays swarms, some of them excel at misery. (gizmodo.com) More...

Is Boeing 767 Running out of Time?

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After an uninterrupted 32-year production run, the passenger version of the plane is having a tough time attracting new buyers. But interestingly, Boeing plans to double the production rate. (www.fool.com) More...

Video: U-2 Cockpit & T-38 Chase Plane Footage

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A compilation of cockpit footage from the U-2 Dragon Lady and its T-38 Talon chase plane as they execute a photo flight mission. The U-2 is the Air Force's longest-serving active reconnaissance aircraft. (youtu.be) More...

Qantas ponders Boeing 737 MAX vs Airbus A320neo

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With Qantas having taken delivery of the last Boeing 737-800 on its order book, the Aussie airline is now looking ahead to a next-gen replacement for its domestic workhorse in the form of the Boeing 737 MAX or the Airbus A320neo. (www.ausbt.com.au) More...

TFRs in effect around KSTL in wake of ferguson announcement

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In the Wake of the Michael Brown shooting, TFRs have been set up around Ferguson, MO to "PROVIDE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES" (tfr.faa.gov) More...

As Other Paparazzi Chase Kardashians, These Guys Stalk Dreamliners

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Bernie Leighton, a professional plane-spotter who specializes in aerial photography, talks about his pursuit of Etihad Airways' first Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliner. In four-and-a-half years of professional plane-spotting, Leighton has snapped more than 35,000 photos and garnered at least 7 million Internet views. (www.bloomberg.com) More...

Indian women pilots soar past global avg

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Ground realities may be harsh for women in In dia, but they're still determined to conquer the skies. Almost 600 of the 5,050 pilots in Indian airlines are women, according to Directorate General of Civil Aviation data.At 11.6%, this is way above the 3% global average estimated by the International Society of Women Airline Pilots. India is also seeing a steady rise in women pilots annually . The last five years saw 4,267 commercial pilots' licences being issued, of which 628 or 14.7% went to… (epaperbeta.timesofindia.com) More...

MH370: Vast margins for error and disagreement in search zones

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Months of expert debate as to which parts of the Indian Ocean sea floor should get priority in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 have started surfacing in the general media. (blogs.crikey.com.au) More...

Future Cockpits

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New cockpit technologies could let pilots use "x-ray vision" and voice activation. (www.cnn.com) More...

Airlines preemptively cancel 200 flights for Wednesday

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Airlines scrapped more than 210 flights for Wednesday -- one of the USA's busiest air travel days of the year -- all before the clock struck midnight on Tuesday. (www.usatoday.com) More...

AirAsia X to restart London flights, also eyes Hawaii

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AirAsia X plans to restart flights between Kuala Lumpur and London almost three years after it abandoned the route, and is also "exploring Hawaii" according to outspoken airline CEO Tony Fernandes. (www.ausbt.com.au) More...

German deputy minister calls on airlines to lower fuel surcharges

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Airlines should lower their fuel surcharges to reflect a recent decline in oil prices, Gerd Billen, Germany's deputy minister of justice and consumer protection, said on Tuesday. "Airlines have justified price increases with high fuel costs for a long time. If kerosene prices decline, that should be passed on to customers," he told Reuters. (uk.reuters.com) More...

Ryanair passengers left confused after plane diversion leaves them on wrong island

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RYANAIR PASSENGERS HAVE complained they were left with little instruction from the airline after their flight was forced to land at the wrong Canary island. (www.msn.com) More...

Frontier Airlines orders nine Airbus A321ceo aircraft

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Frontier Airlines has placed a firm order for nine Airbus A321ceo (current engine option) aircraft. This is the first time Frontier has ordered the largest member of the Airbus A320 Family. The airline currently flies a fleet of 35 A319ceo, and 20 A320ceo aircraft. In addition, Frontier has on its order backlog 80 A320neo (new engine option) family aircraft. (www.airbus.com) More...