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Feb 10, 2013

Boeing test flight: 787 Dreamliner first test flight completed, after being grounded over battery problems

Boeing test flight: 787 Dreamliner first test flight completed, after being grounded over battery problems
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Boeing made its first test flight of their 787 Dreamliner on Saturday, February 9, 2013. This is the first Boeing test flight since the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has grounded their 787 Dreamliners more than three weeks ago, over a series of mishaps of the famous commercial airplane. Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which made an […]


Jan 24, 2013

Dangerous airplane stunt caught on camera in Texas, FAA to investigate (Video)

Dangerous airplane stunt caught on camera in Texas, FAA to investigate (Video)
By in Lifestyle, United States No comments

A dangerous airplane stunt in Texas, as shown in the video, has caught the attention of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which will conduct an investigation after proper documents concerning the daredevil act were not found. The original video footage was uploaded at YouTube by Those Crazy Texans. Dangerous airplane stunt in Texas Image Credit: Those […]


Jan 17, 2013

FAA grounds all Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes over safety issues, United Airlines flights affected

FAA grounds all Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes over safety issues, United Airlines flights affected
By in Lifestyle, Travel, United States No comments

Updated: January 21, 2013 3:05 p.m. Read Dreamliner probe update: Excess battery voltage on Boeing 787 ruled out, NTSB investigation widens The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has grounded all Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes, after a series of mishaps involving the commercial plane, including a Boeing 787 plane that made an emergency landing in Japan […]


Oct 3, 2012

Loose airline seats found at 3 American Airlines flights, FAA investigates

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By in Lifestyle, Travel, United States No comments

Three incidents of loose airline seats have been found in different American Airlines flights, which resulted to emergency landing to ensure the safety of the passengers boarding the plane. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is now conducting a thorough investigation on the incidents. American Airlines logo Image Credit: AA.com According to the New York Post […]


Dec 16, 2011

Scottsdale Plane Crash: Small Plane Crashes Near Phoenix, Arizona Airport (Photo)

Scottsdale plane crash site
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Scottsdale plane crash site Image Credit: Rob Schumacher A single-engine Cirrus SR22 plane crashed near Scottsdale airport in Phoenix, Arizona before 10 a.m. on Thursday, December 15, 2011, according to reports by several international news sites. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said that the plane was on its way to Scottsdale from Show Low, Arizona […]


Dec 4, 2011

Small plane lands safely at I-295 in Florida due to engine trouble, passengers safe (Photo)

Small plane lands safely at I-295 in Florida due to engine trouble, passengers safe (Photo)
By in Lifestyle, Travel, United States No comments

A small plane landed safely at I-295 in Jacksonville, Florida on Saturday, December 3, 2011 due to engine trouble, as shown in the photo below, and no one was hurt including its passengers. Small plane that landed at I-295 Image Credit: Bob Mack/Jacksonville.com According to a report by Florida-Times Union on Sunday, Florida Highway Patrol […]


Sep 17, 2011

Plane crashes at Nevada National Championship Air Races and Air Show 2011 (Video)

Plane crashes at Nevada National Championship Air Races and Air Show 2011 (Video)
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A plane crashed on Friday, September 16, 2011 during the Nevada Air Show 2011, as shown in the video below; with officials telling reports that the incident is a “mass casualty situation”. Plane crashes during Nevada Air Show Image Credit: slicker0492/YouTube As noted at US news sites, the plane plunged into the spectators’ area at […]


Jul 31, 2011

Two planes collide midair in Alaska, one plane landed safely

Two planes collide midair in Alaska, one plane landed safely
By in Lifestyle, North America, Travel No comments

Two planes collided in midair in Alaska on Saturday, July 30, 2011, with one plane landed safely while the other one crashed and was initially reported to have taken two lives. The damaged Cessna 206, after landing at the Ted Stevens International Airport Image Credit: Bob Hallinen/AP As noted by CNN on Sunday, the midair […]


Apr 24, 2011

Lambert St Louis Airport closed indefinitely after hit by tornado, all flights canceled

Lambert St Louis Airport closed indefinitely after hit by tornado, all flights canceled
By in Natural Disasters, Travel, United States 2 comments

Update: April 24, 2011 3:47 p.m. Read Lambert St. Louis Airport reopens after hit by tornado, flights resume Lambert St Louis Airport is now closed after it was hit by tornado, and all flights are now canceled as hundreds of homes and properties were ruined. St Louis Airport Terminal 1 outside parking lot after hit […]


Apr 20, 2011

US First Lady Michelle Obama plane aborts landing at Andrews Air Force Base to avoid collision with another plane

US First Lady Michelle Obama plane aborts landing at Andrews Air Force Base to avoid collision with another plane
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The plane carrying US First Lady Michelle Obama aborted landing on Monday to avoid collision with another plane after a supposed mistake of an air traffic controller. US First Lady Michelle Obama file photo Image Credit: Getty Images According to US news sites on Tuesday, April 19, 2011, Michelle Obama was on board a C-40 […]