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Singapore Air Takes Delivery of Jet for World's Longest Flight

Singapore Airlines Ltd. took delivery of the Airbus SE A350-900 ultra long range aircraft to start a non-stop service to New York, a journey of about 19 hours that will become the world’s longest. ( More...

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Congress takes aim at shrinking seats, legroom on airplanes

The Federal Aviation Administration would be required to set new minimum requirements for seats on airplanes under legislation to be considered in the House this week, possibly giving passengers a break from ever-shrinking legroom and cramped quarters. ( More...

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About the new bomber B-21 Raider

The most important Air Force project of the new century ( More...

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United Flight UA919 forced back to Heathrow after "drunk women carries out assault"

Sunday, September 23: A 43-year-old women has been arrested on suspicion of being "drunk" on flight UA919. The flight was subsequently cancelled. ( More...

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Boeing Or Lockheed? Air Force Set To Reveal Winner Of Big T-X Trainer Contract

Sometime this week, the US Air Force will likely announce the winner of its long-anticipated T-X advanced jet trainer competition. The winner will get to build at least 350 jets, worth at least $7 billion. The competition consists of Boeing/Saab’s T-X (an all-new clean-sheet design), Lockheed Martin/Korea Aerospace’s T-50A, and Leonardo’s M-346 (renamed T-100 for T-X). Here are four things to know: ( More...

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Ryanair Airlines Call Police to Deal With 6ft 2in Passenger After Denying Him Extra Legroom He’d Paid For

Ryanair has vowed to be nicer to its passengers. But one man has discovered the budget airline still has a mean streak. After being denied a seat with extra legroom that he had paid £20 for, Bob Hamilton asked cabin crew to waive his £17 drinks bill to make up for it. But the airline staff instead summoned the police when the plane landed to force him to pay up. ( More...

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Spirit Airlines suitcase turns up in GARBAGE bag at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport

Ivy Ford had just touched down at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and was patiently waiting for her luggage to make its way past on the baggage carousel. One-by-one other passengers picked up their luggage, leaving just a few suitcases and an errant garbage bag left for collection. ( More...

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Sikkim's first and India's 100th Airport "Pakyong" inaugurated

PM @narendramodi inaugurates #Sikkim’s first and India’s 100th airport - the #PakyongAirport ( More...


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