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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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Boeing is hiring as it expect resuming 737 MAX deliveries in October

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Boeing said on Tuesday it plans to add extra staff and hire “a few hundred” temporary employees at an airport in Washington state where it is storing many grounded 737 MAX jetliners, a key step in its best-case plan for resuming deliveries to airline customers in October. (www.airlive.net) More...

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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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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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Where Will Boeing Be in 5 Years?

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If you can look past the 737 MAX debacle, Boeing (NYSE: BA) has midterm prospects that appear to be very good. Unfortunately, the grounding of the aircraft has overshadowed a year of otherwise good progress at the company, which continues to lay the groundwork for future improvement. Let's analyze where it could be in five years, with a focus on its commercial operations. (finance.yahoo.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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