British Airways Fire in Las Vegas
SubmittedLAS VEGAS — Passengers on landing planes grabbed dramatic photos of a fire that engulfed a British Airways Boeing 777 at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas Tuesday afternoon. The incident happened shorlty after 4:20 p.m. (PT) Airport officials said 159 passengers and 13 crew members were evacuated by emergency slides. Two people were reported injured. (www.wsbtv.com) More...
Crossing traffic 1000 feet below as seen from a 747. This was over the east coast of Russia.
Submitted787 dreamliner contrail. Crossing traffic 1000 feet below as seen from a 747. This was over the east coast of Russia. (www.youtube.com) More...
Air France A380 accident video
SubmittedHere is the link to the AF/Comair collision at JFK (www.flightglobal.com) More...
Violent turbulence injures 21- Air Canada
SubmittedTwenty one passengers — including three children — on an Air Canada flight from China have been taken to a Calgary hospital after turbulence caused multiple injuries Wednesday. Flight 88 was en route to Toronto from Shanghai when the airplane encountered violent turbulence and was forced to stop in Calgary to treat the injured. (www.cbc.ca) More...
Aerotoxic syndrome is a term used to describe the symptoms of exposure to contaminated air.
SubmittedAerotoxic syndrome is a little-known term used to describe the symptoms of exposure to contaminated air. It is a controversial diagnosis, and many in the aviation industry are adamant it doesn’t exist. (www.theguardian.com) More...
Iceland Volcano video from aircraft.
SubmittedIceland volcano as seen from aircraft fly by. (www.youtube.com) More...
First China-produced passenger plane set for its maiden voyage CGTN CGTN
SubmittedPublished on Feb 25, 2017 Chinese manufacturers are preparing to take the nation's first passenger plane on its maiden flight. The locally designed and built aircraft marks a significant milestone in Chinese manufacturing, as China moves up the global production chain. CGTN's Hu Nan has the report. (www.youtube.com) More...
ANALYSIS: Dallas Is America’s New Airline Battleground
SubmittedBy: Vinay Bhaskara / Published: May 12, 2016 The Dallas-Fort Worth air travel market has now surpassed that of Denver (DIA) as the most heated battleground for U.S. airlines. For nearly a decade, DIA was home to the most brutal airline competitive landscape in the country. Hometown low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines (now transformed into an ultra low cost carrier) and full service network carrier United Airlines had been battling for dominant market share in Denver. Those were the only… (airwaysnews.com) More...
Allegiant buys new planes for the first time ever
SubmittedThe leisure carrier announced on Friday it had reached a deal to buy 12 current-generation models of Airbus’ A320 narrowbody jets. Allegiant called the order “another step towards (its) planned transition to an all Airbus fleet by 2019.” (www.usatoday.com) More...
Small aircraft lands in water south of Oahu
SubmittedHONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - An aircraft ran into trouble mid-flight Tuesday afternoon about five miles south of Oahu and was forced to land in the water. (www.hawaiinewsnow.com) More...
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