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Pilots have organized a ferocious, at times threatening, response to Quartz’s story about Instagrams in the sky

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Quartz’s investigation of commercial airline pilots taking photos and videos of their flights provoked a furious response from the aviation community. Hundreds of pilots and their fans have been harassing the reporter who wrote the story with vitriolic comments and, at times, threats of violence. (qz.com) Altro...

Rare photos of the SR-71 Blackbird show its amazing history

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The SR-71 Blackbird is, without a doubt, the most advanced airplane ever built in relation to the technology available at the time. It broke all aviation records, it flew incredible missions, and it became the stuff of legend. (sploid.gizmodo.com) Altro...

United Airlines emergency landing at Heathrow

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Updates as passenger plane returns to Heathrow after circling English Channel. (www.mirror.co.uk) Altro...

Southwest C-Check Plane Wash

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Watch how Houston performs C-check washes on SWA planes. Houston does the washes four nights a week Sunday through Wednesday, the night after they go to C-check. The main purpose of the wash isn't cosmetic. It's to clean up components for inspectors the next night to inspect everything and get a good look. (www.youtube.com) Altro...

Omini B763 near Bogota "Hot food""

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An Omini air international Boeing 767-300 on behalf of Avianca with registration N342AX with flight AV-25 from Bogota was enroute to Lima (Peru) with 104 passengers and 12 crew aboard When they notice a detection in the galley for a smoke alarm comg from thefood trolley compartment. The aircraft was only 30 minutes int flight a returned back tO Bogota and landed safe.But the food was cooked or should we say well done. Now that would have been a real hot chillie blaster of a meal… (www.aeroinside.com) Altro...

AA280 diverts to Narita after heavy turbulance. 15 passengers injured.

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An American Airlines flight from Seoul to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport was diverted on Tuesday after the aircraft hit severe turbulence. (www.cnbc.com) Altro...

Air France B772 near Inverness air conditoning failure

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An Air France Boeing 777-200 enroute from Paris to KSFO (San Franisco ) with rego F-GSPF at FL 320 about 80nm northwest of Inverness. The crew decide to turn back or return to Paris due to two air conditioning failures http://www.aeroinside.com/item/5063/air-france-b772-near-inverness-on-dec-15th-2014-air-conditioning-system-failure-rnl (www.aeroinside.com) Altro...

United airlines A319 near Cleveland smoke in cockpit

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A united airline Airbus A319-100 with rego N84OUA with flight number UA 268 enroute from KLAX (Los Angeles) to Newark N.J was at FL370 110nm southwest of Cleveland when the crew reported smoke coming inside the cockpit of the aircraft. http://www.aeroinside.com/item/5079/united-a319-near-cleveland-on-dec-17th-2014-smoke-in-cabin-rnl (www.aeroinside.com) Altro...

Four women in flight brawl over baby crying

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My goodness how about this a crying baby all the way in flight nerve racking and final three other women pull the mother of the child or baby out of the seat into the isle and start a punch and Judy match. Are they nuts? Mind you It is very hard not to put up with a crying baby all the way and the mother being stubin did nothing to stop her. Now read on viewers plane spotters flight aware crew have a laugh… (www.couriermail.com.au) Altro...

Brussels A333 near Toulous Hydraulic failure

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A Brussels airline Airbus A333-300 with rego OO-SFN was enroute from Brussels to Ouagadougou at FL370 about 80nm north-east of Toulouse when the aircraft encountered hydraulic failure. The aircraft returned back and landed saftey. http://www.aeroinside.com/item/5084/brussels-a333-near-toulouse-on-dec-19th-2014-hydraulic-failure-rnl (www.aeroinside.com) Altro...

Demand for big planes flat in 2014—Boeing and Airbus both feel the pinch

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2014 hasn’t been a great year for jumbo jet manufacturers: according to a report by Jalopnik, neither Boeing nor Airbus netted any orders for their newest and biggest airplanes in 2014. (arstechnica.com) Altro...

A Desert War on ISIS, Fought From a Floating City

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ABOARD THE U.S.S. CARL VINSON, in the Persian Gulf — More than a dozen Navy F/A-18 warplanes roar off ... (www.nytimes.com) Altro...

how airplanes are made

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Building a commercial airplane is a monumental task. It takes around 4,000 really smart engineers over 7 years of planning to make one of those flying tubes with countless experts testing and re-testing each individual part (and there are 2.65 million parts in an Airbus A350). This video shows you how they make one. (sploid.gizmodo.com) Altro...

(Video) Cabin video of extreme turbulence on American 280 near Japan

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"RAW FOOTAGE // American Airlines Flight AA280 diverted to Tokyo after being hit by winter storm, several hurt." (www.youtube.com) Altro...

(Video) Another Wild Wing Wave

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Another wild wing wave, this time from a JAL 787. Are these normal or abnormal? (www.youtube.com) Altro...

Qatar to Take Delivery of First A350 XWB December 22

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The first Airbus A350 XWB will be delivered to launch customer Qatar Airways on Monday, December 22nd in Toulouse. This news comes after it was announced that the first A350 XWB delivery was delayed, but earlier this week, Didier Evrard, head of the manufacturer’s A350 program, was optimistic at an investor day forum in London as he explained that the first delivery was still expected delivery to occur before the end of 2014. (airwaysnews.com) Altro...

Air New Zealand crew resign after booze binge

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Well this puts the cream on the cake ah ha. Four air new zealand flight attendants have left the airline after a cloud fuelled night in Hawaii. After being assigned to fly stranded passengers from PHNL-AKL after a B772 of the carrier was diverted there to PHNL for engine trouble as revelled by the airline a few days later. My goodness here they are at being the world's number one ranked airline with drunken Kiwi crew http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11377454 (www.nzherald.co.nz) Altro...

SpiceJet: Indian airline planes 'grounded'

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India's troubled airline SpiceJet has grounded flights after oil companies refused to refuel any of its planes, reports say. The debt-ridden carrier owes money to creditors, including oil companies. SpiceJet is India's fourth-biggest airline by market share. (www.bbc.com) Altro...

Qantas passengers forced to sleep the night at airport in Japan

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Another slip up for maintenance problems for the flying Kangaroo this time passengers were forced to sleep on the floor at Tokyo's Narita airport after there QFA B744 had issues leaving passengers stranded. Not only that happened but a curfew was in place which delayed things further. The CEO of Qantas Allan Joyce was contacted but no where to be found after a $3 million profit. you can see why. The B744 did depart eventually to YSSY.… (www.9news.com.au) Altro...

Ethiad Receives their first A380

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Video courtesy of Airbus. The beautiful new aircraft is going to fly soon and appear in airports (youtube.com) Altro...

Second SpaceShipTwo to fly in 2015

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After the tragic loss of the first SpaceShipTwo called Enterprise, during its 55th test flight, Virgin Galactics is advancing the assembly of the yet to be named second SpaceShipTwo. (www.aviationanalysis.net) Altro...

An Astronaut's-eye View of NASA's Orion Spacecraft Re-Entry

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In a mesmerizing new video released by NASA, the full reentry of the Orion test space vehicle is chronicled — and it’s a phenomenal 10-minute ride from fiery reentry to sudden splashdown into the Pacific Ocean, all put to dreamy space music. For reference, the camera is looking ‘up’ from behind the capsule, so as Orion’s lager heat shield bears the brunt of atmospheric heating as it reenters through the stratosphere, we’re looking along the ionization trail of this man-made meteor as it dashes… (news.discovery.com) Altro...

Calif Proposition 65 Lawsuit Regarding Leaded Avgas Settled

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FBOs Required To Post Warnings About Exposure To Lead Near Airports, Pay Small Penalty, Make MoGas and 100VLL available. Under the settlement, the companies must sell the lowest lead fuel that is commercially available in sufficient quantities, warn the public about the danger of lead exposure through signs posted at airports and notices sent to nearby residences, and pay a total of $550,000 in penalties and legal costs. (news.sciencemag.org) Altro...

Air Canada starts Air Canada Express service to Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

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Air Canada (Montreal) operated yesterday (December 18) its first nonstop flight between Toronto (Pearson) and Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. Service to Mont-Tremblant will be operated four times per week until March 30, 2015 by Air Canada Express with a 74-seat Bombardier DHC-8-402 (Q400) aircraft. (worldairlinenews.com) Altro...

Pilot Fired After Letting Hot Girls Hold Controls In Cockpit Mid-Flight

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A Mexican charter pilot found himself out of a job after letting a pair of starlets fly his plane. (elitedaily.com) Altro...

FlightAware Wins 2nd Place in SESAR (Single European Sky) Research Contest

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A second-place award was handed out to FlightAware, a US-based company, for providing a live feed of Automatic dependent surveillance – broadcast (ADS-B) flight position data on some 100,000 aircraft per day. This service was used by several other proposals in this SESAR SWIM Master Class. (www.atc-network.com) Altro...

The secret engine technology that made the SR-71 the fastest plane ever

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On December 17, 1903, the Wright brothers flew the first airplane ever at 6.8 mph (10.9 km/h). Only 61 years and five days later, the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird took off. It's still the world's fastest airplane with a speed of 2,193 mph (3,530 km/h.) This fascinating video reveals how its top secret engine technology works. (sploid.gizmodo.com) Altro...

American unveils newest heritage jet

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Photos of a certain American Airlines plane started showing up on the internet on Monday, which ended up being a brand new heritage livery. (jansaviation.com) Altro...

Video: X-15 Jettisons Ventral Fin, Lands at Edwards AFB (1963)

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X-15 pre-landing jettison of auxiliary propellants and lower ventral fin, and landing at Edwards AFB. The X-15 had its share of emergency landings, but only two resulted in serious injury or death. (youtu.be) Altro...

3D printers create parts for Bell Helicopters

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Bell has taken the rapid prototyping step of their design process to the next level; using 3D printing as a form of final manufacturing. (www.3ders.org) Altro...

Airbus A350 XWB Program Timeline

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With the world's first A350 XWB delivery scheduled to take place to Qatar on Monday, it's clear the A350 has come a long way, and this article recaps all of the highlights since the A350 XWB program was first announced. (airwaysnews.com) Altro...

Fuel Prices Coming Down… For Our Cars

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Like you I've been loving the low gas prices I've been paying to fill up my sport ute. I just got back from a longish trip to the backcountry to do some backpacking and ran into a little central Texas gas station where the unleaded was $2.19 a gallon. Of course it immediately made me think that we might be seeing car gas for $1-something per gallon, which makes my heart glad. Not just that, but it's good for business, which is good for everyone. Experts say that lower gas prices, driven by price… (www.flyingmag.com) Altro...

Airline Baggage Fees Bring In Nearly $1B In 3 Months

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A new report found that airlines brought in nearly $1 billion last quarter by charging customers for hauling their belongings. (consumerist.com) Altro...

Cessna-Beechcraft merger brought stability to Kan. aviation industry

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The new company, Textron Aviation, reported a $62 million profit in the third quarter of 2014, up $85 million year over year, when including Cessna's $23 million loss the the third quarter last year. (www.bizjournals.com) Altro...

Drone downer: Will new FAA rules ground recreational fliers?

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The focus on toy aircraft is a new twist. Such regulations have been in the works for years, largely because of pressure from businesses wanting to use drones for tasks such as aerial photography. (www.reuters.com) Altro...

Eastern Air Lines is back in the air

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Eastern Air Lines, which used that slogan in the 1980s, flew its first of 20 new planes into Miami International Airport on Friday afternoon. The event marks a relaunch of the once-bankrupt airline, which last flew in 1991. (www.cnn.com) Altro...

Eastern to fly again

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The Wings of Man is back for the first time in nearly 25 years. (jansaviation.com) Altro...

A Day In The Life Of London’s Air Ambulance (video and story)

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Heavy British accents recount spending a day flying with the London helicopter ambulance, funded entirely by charitable donations. (londonist.com) Altro...

Boeing boosts share buyback, raises dividend by 25 percent

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CHICAGO • Boeing Co. on Monday raised its share repurchase authorization to $12 billion from $10 billion and said it would increase its quarterly dividend by 25 percent, a sign of confidence in its cash outlook for the year... (www.stltoday.com) Altro...

(Video) Passenger deploys emergency slide to 'get off the plane quicker'

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HAINAN, China -- A passenger couldn't wait any longer to get off the plane. His solution: Open the emergency exit door and deploy the emergency slide. Surveillance video shows the plane's slide deploy around 9 p.m. Monday night at the Sanya Phoenix International Airport in the province of Hainan, China. (abc7.com) Altro...

Passengers, airlines can't afford late 1st flight

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For years, Southwest was the most punctual of big U.S. airlines, so its tumble toward the bottom of government rankings for on-time arrivals was stunning. Southwest officials needed to fix an ill-fated decision to squeeze more flights into the schedule. This summer, they backed off by allowing more time between flights. And they told employees that the first flight of the day on every route had to leave on time. (www.denverpost.com) Altro...

The Amazing Images Of This USAF Aerial Refueling Boom Operator

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America's cadre of KC-135 and KC-10 'Booms,' the guys and gals that refuel allied military aircraft while hurtling through the atmosphere, are a proud and talented bunch, and one of them is just as skilled behind a camera as behind an aerial refueling boom. (foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com) Altro...

Three Hawk fighter jets take up residence at Humberside Airport in preparation for new training academy

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Three Hawk fighter jets have taken up residence at Humberside Airport in preparation for the new £5 million training academy. The jets will give students the opportunity to learn first hand what a career working for BAE Systems alongside the Royal Air Force will be like. Read more: http://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/Hawk-fighter-jets-residence-Humberside-Airport/story-25738562-detail/story.html#ixzz3MOzl9PKz Follow us: @GrimsbyTel on Twitter | grimsbytel on Facebook (www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk) Altro...

Flybe DH 8D near Belfast engine fire

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A flybe de havilland dash 8-400 aircraft with rego G-FLBC enroute from Glasgow to Belfast city airport was descending at FL140 when the crew received a fire indication warning for the left hand engine with 76 pax aboard. The passengers sighted the streak of flames coming from the engine. The fore was extinguished and the engine shut down http://www.aeroinside.com/item/5074/flybe-dh8d-near-belfast-on-dec-16th-2014-engine-fire-rnl (www.aeroinside.com) Altro...

Incident: Royal Jordanian B787 near London on Dec 16th 2014, engine problem

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A Royal Jordanian Boeing 787-800 from Chicago O'Hare,IL (USA) to Amman (Jordan), was enroute at FL390 already in German Airspace about 40nm westnorthwest of Dortmund (Germany) when the crew reported an engine (GEnx) problem, turned around maintaining FL390 and diverted to London Heathrow (avherald.com) Altro...

Dassault unveil first Falcon 8X Business Jet

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Dassault Aviation rolled out the first prototype of its new flagship Falcon 8X, the latest addition to the trijet Falcon business jet family. (www.aviationanalysis.net) Altro...

Middle East is new global travel crossroads

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — It's 1 a.m. and the sprawling airport in this desert city is bustling. Enough languages fill the air to make a United Nations translator's head spin. Thousands of fliers arrive every hour from China, Australia, India and nearly everywhere else on the planet. Few venture outside the terminal, which spans the length of 24 football fields. They come instead to catch connecting flights to somewhere else. (www.usatoday.com) Altro...

Maiden A350 delivery tomorrow

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Airbus and Qatar Airways are set to open a new chapter in commercial aviation together with the official delivery of the world’s first customer A350-900 aircraft, on 22 December 2014 in Toulouse, France. (www.aviationanalysis.net) Altro...

AI plane almost hit UAV in Leh after ATC failure

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This is possibly the closest a close shave can get. An Air India aircraft operating the ultra difficult Delhi-Leh sector recently was prevented from disaster as it was approaching to land in Leh by the sheer presence of mind shown by its pilots. Communication failure at Leh air traffic control (ATC) tower managed to trouble the aircraft twice during the day and an unmanned aerial vehicle added to the problem on its second flight. On the first approach, AI's Airbus A-320 flying in as AI 3449… (epaperbeta.timesofindia.com) Altro...

Are Copilots' Days Numbered?

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"The aviation industry has been looking at the potential for single-pilot operations for quite some time to address concerns about future pilot shortages, but there are a number of technical, certification, and policy considerations that must be addressed along the way," said John Borghese, vice president of the Advanced Technology Center for Rockwell Collins. "Social acceptability must also be considered." (www.flyingmag.com) Altro...