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(Video) Transportation of GE9X Engines in the Antonov

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Short Video of how they transport the GE9X Engines at Victorville, using the Antonov. (m.youtube.com) More...

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Seven Hawaiian Airlines passangers taken to hospital after smoke in the cabin forces plane evacuation

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Seven passangers were taken to hospitals when a Hawaiian Airlines flight landed in Honolulu on Thursday with smoke in the cabin and cargo hold, officials said. (www.cnn.com) More...

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DA42 Completes AutoLand For non-ILS G.A Airports

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Researchers at a TUM in Munich have devised a system that uses a camera, advance GPS, and fly by wire to autoland DA 42 at facilities with no ground instrumentation such as ILS etc.. Also adding A safety feature they say that could autoland the aircraft if a single pilot was unconscious... (www.diamondaircraft.com) More...

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'Disaster': Travelers Decry '22-Hour' Delta Nightmare at JFK

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A Delta flight that was supposed to leave John F. Kennedy Airport Wednesday afternoon en route to Los Angeles was still stuck on the Queens tarmac the next morning, prompting a flood of angry tweets from frustrated passengers who said they were stranded at the airport a stunning 22 hours. The plane, Delta flight DL0975, had been supposed to take off at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. The airline's website shows it departing JFK at 9:20 a.m. Thursday. According to social media reports, passengers were… (www.msn.com) More...

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New B-21 Stealth Ramping Up

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With lessons learned from the B-2 bomber, development is under way for 100 of Northrop's newest B-21 (www.latimes.com) More...

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Cracks in Salvaged A380 Engine Prompt Checks

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Cracks found in the GP7200 Engine manufactures by a US group of companies (GE & PW) on a salvaged A380 have prompted safety checks on the fleet (www.aerotime.aero) More...

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Delta Boeing 757 suffered serious fuselage damage on hard landing at Ponta Delgada, Azores

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A Delta Airlines aircraft suffered serious damage on Saturday after a hard landing in Ponta Delgada, Azores. (www.airlive.net) More...

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Small jet bursts into flames while taking off in Northern California airport; all 10 on board escape injury

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All 10 people aboard a small jet escaped injury Wednesday when the aircraft aborted its takeoff at a small Northern California airport, went off the runway and burst into flames, officials said. (www.latimes.com) More...

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Indonesia Threatens to Halt Airbus Jet Orders Over Palm Oil Feud

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Indonesia is pushing its domestic airlines to halt purchase of Airbus SE planes in retaliation for curbs imposed by the European Union on use of palm biodiesel. Indonesia’s Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita is also asking carriers including PT Lion Mentari Airlines to consider switching their outstanding aircraft to Boeing Co. Lukita has spoken to Lion’s co-founder Rusdi Kirana about dumping Airbus and the country’s largest low-cost carrier supports the government move, the minister said in a… (www.bloomberg.com) More...

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Fuel supply to Air India stopped at six domestic airports: sources

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Jet fuel supply to state-run carrier Air India has been stopped at six domestic airports because of unpaid dues to fuel provider, Indian Oil Corp (IOCL), three sources said on Thursday. "Jet fuel supply to Air India has been stopped for commercial reasons at six airports," a source at Indian Oil Corp told Reuters. India, for years, has propped up the debt-laden airline by infusing equity to keep it alive - the government injected 39.75 billion rupees ($553 million) into Air India in… (www.yahoo.com) More...

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Public help sought to find fallen Swiss A220 engine parts

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French investigators are seeking assistance to locate engine parts which they believe fell from an Airbus A220-300 as it passed over the east of the country last month. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

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GE recalls 777X turbofans to address compressor issue amid scramble to minimise 777X delays

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GE Aviation is recalling four GE9X powerplants from Boeing to address a previously disclosed engine compressor issue that already forced Boeing to delay the 777X's first flight. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

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Norway’s first battery-powered plane crashed into a lake

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Norway's first battery-powered airplane crashed into a lake yesterday, Reuters reports. While no one was harmed in the crash, the incident could be a set back for the country, which hopes to electrify all domestic flights by 2040. It's still unclear why the electric plane, an Alpha Electro G2, lost engine power, forcing the pilot to crash-land on his way back to the airport. The plane is owned by Avinor, Norway's state-run airport operator, and it was being flown by chief… (www.engadget.com) More...

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Southwest Drops 20 Nonstop Routes To Accommodate For 737 MAX Absence

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Southwest Airlines will be axing 20 nonstop routes from its network to re-shuffle its fleet and accommodate it on higher-demand destinations. Starting January 2020, Southwest Airlines will exclude from its schedule what they call "weaker-than-expected" nonstop services. The airline notes that the aircraft that were stationed to operate these nonstop services will be placed elsewhere, including its new flights from California to Hawaii. (airwaysmag.com) More...

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Qantas Tests 20-Hour Non-Stop Flights to See If Passengers Can Bear It

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Qantas Airways Ltd. will run marathon ghost flights from New York and London to Sydney carrying just a few staff to see how the human body holds up before commercial services start. Qantas said Thursday it will simulate the world’s longest direct flights with Boeing Co. Dreamliners as soon as October. The payload of 40 passengers and crew, most of them employees, will undergo a host of medical checks and assessments. (www.bloomberg.com) More...

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