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Runaway TAAG 777 rolls into grassy area at Porto Airport, knocking down light pole in the process

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Earlier this morning, video was captured showing a TAAG Angola Airlines Boeing 777-300ER rolling away from its parked location, into a grassy area at Porto Airport (OPO) in Portugal. (www.gatechecked.com) More...

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Inside ATC - Chicago TRACON (C90)

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Detailed look into "C90", the Chicago Terminal Radar Approach Control facility (TRACON) of the FAA. (www.youtube.com) More...

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El Al schedules its last Boeing 747 revenue flight

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El Al Israel Airlines has been gradually replacing its Boeing 747-400 fleet with new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. According to Airline Route, the carrier is now scheduling its last Boeing 747 revenue flight, charter flight LY 1747 between Rome (Fiumicino) and Tel Aviv on November 3, 2019. The operational Boeing 747-458 fleet is now down to two aircraft: 4X-ELA (pictured) and 4X-ELC. (worldairlinenews.com) More...

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(Video) Piper Stuck at Full Throttle with Family Onboard

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A video for weekend viewing. Family of 4 on a piper when the throttle cable breaks, and by design, is stuck at full throttle. He’s flying way above gear speed, only has control of mixture and prop. Great teamwork getting the mechanic on the phone with ATC - and some troubleshooting before forced to make a power off landing.. (m.youtube.com) More...

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Emirates says airline can still fly to Mexico, despite court ruling

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Emirates still has the right to offer flights to Mexico City, the Dubai state-owned carrier said on Sunday, after Mexican airline Aeromexico disputed an agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Mexico. Emirates said earlier this year it would start daily flights to Mexico City International Airport via Barcelona in December, the airline's first service to Mexico. But a Mexican federal judge ruled in October, responding to a complaint by Aeromexico, that a 2016 pact between Mexico and… (www.yahoo.com) More...

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Teen makes snoring stepfather hand out 'care packages,' earplugs to fellow airline passengers

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A 17-year-old from Australia recently decided that her stepfather’s snoring was so bad, he should be handing out care packages — complete with handwritten notes — to his fellow passengers on a 32-hour flight. (www.foxnews.com) More...

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Delta All Female Crew

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n the United States, a mere five percent of commercial pilots are women. However, Delta is hoping to change that by not only hiring more women, but by also encouraging young girls to join the aviation industry in the future. (www.msn.com) More...

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Boeing and Porsche are developing an electric 'flying car'

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Boeing has teamed up with luxury sports carmaker Porsche to develop a concept for an electric vehicle capable of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) -- in other words, they're working on a "flying car." The companies' engineers will even collaborate to build and test a prototype based on the design they'll come up with, which will most likely be a premium VTOL model to stay true to Porsche's brand. (www.engadget.com) More...

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Southwest Airlines Scraps Senior Fares

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After 36-years, Dallas based Southwest Airlines has decided to scrap their discounted senior airfares. (simpleflying.com) More...

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Boeing and F.A.A. Faulted in Damning Report on 737 Max Certification

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Boeing did not adequately explain to federal regulators how a crucial new system on the plane worked, the report says. (www.nytimes.com) More...

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How Airlines Are Able To Fly The Boeing 737 MAX During Its Grounding

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Airlines are moving their grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft around the world, to escape harsh winter conditions, perform maintenance and move them into long term storage. However, many have asked how an airline can conceivably even be allowed to fly a ‘grounded’ plane, let alone one that has a critical flaw preventing airworthiness. To answer this question we need to look at the Boeing 737 MAX and why airlines are trying to move them despite the ban. (simpleflying.com) More...

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