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Plane nosedives 500 feet shortly after takeoff

A flight could have been just seconds away from crashing into the ground after an incorrect autopilot setting caused the plane to plummet, an investigation has ( More...

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The first Dreamliner of WestJet takes shape

Everett - The first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner destined for Canada's second largest airline operator WestJet takes shape at Boeing's Everett factory. ( More...

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Finland and Norway are telling airline pilots to fly without GPS due to possible Russian interference

Norway and Finland have both reported problems with GPS signals in their northern regions this month. Both countries have been taking part in NATO’s exercise Trident Juncture, which has irked Russia. Reports of GPS interference related to Russian military activities have been reported in the past. ( More...

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ATSG expands 767 fleet with $845m purchase of Omni Air

US air cargo company Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) has closed its $845 million purchase of Omni Air International, a charter carrier that operates a fleet of Boeing widebodies. ( More...

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Las Vegas airport controller heard slurring her words as alarmed pilots respond

LAS VEGAS -- Federal and airport authorities are investigating why an air traffic controller became incapacitated and went silent while working a night shift alone in the tower at busy McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports that in air traffic audio of the incident, the controller appeared to become incoherent and eventually unresponsive until she was discovered by another controller returning from a break. ( More...

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Air France 65 Diverted to New Yourk JFK

Performing overweight landing, needs lots of runway. Emergency vehicles standing by. ( More...

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Air Astana Embraer ERJ-190LR from Lisbon Airport declared a “mayday” with loss of instruments

On 11 November, an Air Astana Embraer ERJ-190LR (P4-KCJ) from Lisbon Airport to a currently unknown destination as KC1388 declared a “Mayday” with loss of instruments. The pilots briefly considered a ditching but were able to regain control of the aircraft and the aircraft headed to Beja Airport for a safe landing on runway 19R. During the emergency situation, F-16 fighter jets scrambled to assist the aircraft. ( More...

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Check out photos of WestJet’s MAX 8 new First Class-styled “Premium” seats

WestJet has taken delivery of its first MAX 8 with their new "Premium" domestic first class-styled seats. The product will replace their "Plus" seats. ( More...

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US Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet crashed into the Philippine Sea

Both crew members suffered 'non life-threatening' injuries. ( More...

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Airbus A220 makes maiden landing in Nepal

The newest addition to the Airbus family of commercial aircraft, the A220, has made its first visit to Nepal as part of a world demonstration tour. ( More...

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AirAsia wins new China traffic rights

AirAsia has won the rights awarded by the Malaysia Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) to launch three new services to China in December. MAVCOM states that AirAsia was cleared to operate flights from Kota Kinabalu to Kunming and Guiyang, as well as a Penang-Guangzhou service. Malindo Air is also cleared to launch services from Kota Kinabalu-Jinan in December, as well as Kota Kinabalu-Miri and Kuching-Miri in January 2019. ( More...

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New A220 Factory Production Update + Russians Pilots Are In Montreal to Train on The A220...

New A220 Factory Production Update and Russians Pilots Are In Montreal to Train on The A220... Production update for SWISS, Delta, airBaltic, Air Tanzania, Korean Air... ( More...

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FBI offers $10,000 reward for arrest in ValuJet 592 crash case

The FBI has announced a $US10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Mauro Ociel Valenzuela-Reyes in relation to the crash of ValuJet flight 592 in 1996. Valenzuela-Reyes worked for SabreTech, a maintenance contractor for ValuJet. It is alleged he mishandled oxygen generators that were found to responsible for the crash of the DC-9 into the Florida Everglades. ( More...

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Allegiant bids farewell to MD-80s after 16 years

Allegiant Air will soon say farewell to its Boeing MD-80 fleet after a run of 16 years, concluding a fleet transition that began six years ago when the airline added its first Airbus A319s. Now down to fewer than two dozen MD-80s, the Las Vegas-based ultra low-cost carrier will put the MD-80s to work one last time during the busy Thanksgiving holiday travel season before they exit the fleet. The bulk of the MD-80s will be parted out, says the airline. ( More...


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