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Qantas to order 12 ultra-long-range A350 or 777X next year for "Project Sunrise" routes

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The Australian flag carrier has already carried out two research flights for these routes with no paying passenger on board on New York - Sydney and London - Sydney routes with its Dreamliners. The third and the last research flight with a Boeing 787-9 jet will be conducted next month. (airlinerwatch.com) Plus d'info...

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T-38s collide at Vance AFB

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OKC TV Helicopter pilot shares his thoughts on collision while landing. (www.newson6.com) Plus d'info...

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Boeing 747 Nears End of the Line as Storied Factory Shuts Down

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The Southern California factory that has churned out fuselages for every Boeing Co. 747 jumbo jetliner is being sold for parts, potentially hastening the demise of the iconic aircraft. Triumph Group Inc., the largest supplier to the 747-8 program, is starting to clear out a storied plant with an online auction of manufacturing gear that begins Wednesday afternoon. Barring a surprise sales bonanza of freighters, Triumph’s decision to wind down work on the 747 after years of losses will force… (www.bloomberg.com) Plus d'info...

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A Swarm of 800 Drones Creates Giant Airplanes in the Sky

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No its 800 drones coming together to light up the sky in massive shapes of airplanes and helicopters. (video) (interestingengineering.com) Plus d'info...

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Engine Problems Found On Some Airbus A330neo & 787 Aircraft

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Cracks found on the same engines used on the Airbus A330neo and Boeing 787 have caused European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to issue an airworthiness directive. The engines, in particular, are the Rolls Royce Trent 7000 and Trent 1000, and will to be inspected during routine maintenance. As reported by Sam Chui, the airworthy directive was issued when examiners found that there were cracks in a part of the engine called the “intermediate-pressure compressor” when it was being pulled… (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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Man Dresses Up As Lufthansa Pilot To Escape Long Airport Queues

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With all the CCTV, sophisticated IDs, and online media around these days, channelling Frank Abagnale is a tough ask in 2019. But a gentleman from Delhi gave it a red hot go earlier this week when he slipped on a pilot’s uniform and fast-tracked himself through Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. It turns out it wasn’t the first time he’d done this. Alas, this time he was pinched at the departure gate. Rajan Mahbubani (48) of Vasant Kunj in Delhi, India, was wearing a Lufthansa pilot’s… (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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Philippine Airlines 777 Makes Emergency Landing After Engine Flames

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A Philippine Airlines service operating from Los Angeles International to Manila Airport made an emergency landing yesterday (21st November) due to an engine fire. The incident happened shortly after takeoff. Philippine Airlines Flight PR113 had only just left Los Angeles International Airport when shortly after it returned back to the ground following an engine fire. The service, bound for the Philippines, left the airport at 11:45 local time but returned just 15 minutes later. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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Alitalia Is Currently Losing 700,000 Euros Per Day

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It’s been 15 years since Italian flag carrier Alitalia posted a profit. The airline has certainly seen better days as sources estimate it is losing 700,000 euros per day. In the midst of this challenging situation, the Italian government has been trying to find new investors to take the reins. Unfortunately, the latest attempts to save the bankrupt airline haven’t been successful as multiple parties confirmed recently that conditions are still not right to commit. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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Southwest Will Now Match Your Elite Status From Any Other Airline

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You must have elite status on any other American-based airline. You need to register with the proper information on Southwest Airlines. Southwest will review and upon approval, you can get elite status. (www.forbes.com) Plus d'info...

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Could Thai Airways Be The Next Airline To Go Bankrupt? Airline In ‘Crisis,’ Says President

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Low-cost airlines in South-East Asia have put the Thai national carrier under serious pressure on many ASEAN routes and Sumeth doubles down by remarking: “Thai is really in a crisis... everyone dies if this ship sinks.” (www.forbes.com) Plus d'info...

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Vice President of the Republic of Brazil, Hamilton Mourão visits Helibras

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Mourão had the opportunity to know the structure of the only helicopter manufacturer in Latin America... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Plus d'info...

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Boeing told to redesign 737 NG part after Southwest accident

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Following a lengthy investigation into the deadly Southwest Airlines flight 1380 in April 2018, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) urged Boeing on November 19, 2019, to redesign the fan cowl on all 737 Next Generation family aircraft and operators of the type to retrofit their airplanes with the new design. This comes after investigators found the fan cowl structure on the 737NGs to be more “susceptible” to failure. (www.aerotime.aero) Plus d'info...

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Transport Canada working with other regulators to co-ordinate Boeing 737 Max return to the skies

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Transport Canada is working with other aviation regulators worldwide to co-ordinate their approval of the Boeing 737 Max returning to skies, a move seen as critical to restore travellers’ faith in the jet, Transport Minister Marc Garneau says. While Boeing claims the troubled jet will be ready to resume commercial services in January, Garneau is offering no promises and insists Canada won’t be pressured by outside deadlines. (www.thestar.com) Plus d'info...

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