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Sully Named To ICAO

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The Senate last week confirmed Capt. Chesley (Sully) Sullenberger as its ambassador to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Sullenberger was the pilot monitoring when US Airways Flight 1549 hit a flock of geese shortly after takeoff from La Guardia Airport in January of 2009, killing both engines on the A320. He took control from FO Jeff Skiles and deadsticked the airliner to a fatality-free ditching on the Hudson River. The instant fame of the “Miracle on the Hudson” pilots… (www.avweb.com) Plus d'info...

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P&W optimizing ‘GTF Advantage’ for in-development A321XLR

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Modifications being made by Pratt & Whitney to its PW1100G geared turbofan (GTF) partly reflect an effort by the engine maker to optimise the powerplant for Airbus’s in-development, longer-range A321XLR. (travelandaviation.com) Plus d'info...

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FAA NOTAMS getting gender neutral

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The FAA is getting more kinder and gentler by getting rid of the man in its acronyms. (www.flyingmag.com) Plus d'info...

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USA Jet's first MD88 & new livery

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USA Jet's first McDonnell Douglas MD88SF N832US wearing their new livery taking off and landing at Willow Run, YIP 12-4-21. Ex Delta N978DL (www.youtube.com) Plus d'info...

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Delta flights from South Africa have been forced to make stops in places like Boston and Puerto Rico because of 'payload' issues

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Two Delta Air Lines flights from South Africa have had to make fuel stops in the past week. A mix of worsening weather conditions for aircraft and increased passenger and/or cargo count might be to blame, experts say. Both flights, operating from Johannesburg to Atlanta, were operated by Airbus A350-900 XWB planes. Two Delta Air Lines flights from South Africa to the US have had to make unscheduled stops for fuel in recent days on their way back to the US. The first diversion occurred on… (www.yahoo.com) Plus d'info...

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Passenger Plane From Tel Aviv to Moscow Forced to Reduce Altitude Over Black Sea

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A passenger plane flying from Tel Aviv to Moscow was forced to change altitude over the Black Sea because a reconnaissance plane was in the area. (www.jpost.com) Plus d'info...

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