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Los Angeles International Airport police took a man into custody after he scaled a fence and approached a Delta airplane as it prepared to depart, "He got underneath the plane. He was jumping up, trying to touch the wings” official said.
https://bit.ly/2ovahae
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LC Peru Q400 performs emergency landing after nose gear failure. The aircraft was operating flight W4-1323 from Jorge Chávez Int Airport (LIM) in Lima, the capital of Peru, to Alfredo Mendívil Duarte Airport (AYP) in Ayacucho with 59 passengers and 5 crew members on board.
https://yhoo.it/2LPM3jW
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Which airline understands people better? How often do you get on a plane with good seatback entertainment and find movies that you'd love to see but had forgotten about? Or movies that you simply hadn't heard of, but turn out to be wonderful?
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Some Airbus 380s can’t find a home and are about to be broken up and sold for parts. What happens to the largest commercial aircraft on Earth may reflect an evolution in air travel caused by the ability of smaller airplanes to fly longer distances than before.
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Drone Attack on Maduro in Venezuela. The explosions were so far away from the presumed target, the President, that it could be that this was set up by the President himself, in order to use it to detain political opponents in a "terror" crack down.
https://www.nytimes.com/video/world/americas/100000006040957/venezuela-maduro-drone-attack.html
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Eleven years after it entered service, the world’s biggest passenger plane has finally been deployed on the planet’s premier long-haul route: London to New York. But the secondhand A380 will fly the route for only three weeks. The “SuperJumbo” has been chartered by Norwegian for its Gatwick-JFK operation. It is needed to cover for Boeing 787 Dreamliners which are out of service due to continuing problems with Rolls-Royce engines.
https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/a380-airbus-plane-flight-norwegian-london-new-york-rolls-royce-boeing-787-a8476761.html
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Two men aboard a Delta flight from Maine to Atlanta are being hailed as heroes after helping to subdue a passenger making disturbing threats. James Tunnell, an ex-corrections officer, was aboard Delta Flight 1249 from Portland to Atlanta on Thursday, when he and his companion Ashley Decker heard another passenger causing a commotion from the rear of the aircraft. When the man locked himself in a restroom, Tunnell ran to the back of the plane, where he was joined by another man who identified himself as a member of the Coast Guard. A flight attendant provided the men with handcuffs, and the two then worked with crew to wrangle the man back into his seat.
http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2018/08/03/delta-passengers-restrain-unruly-passenger-threatening-to-take-plane-down.html
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Bound passenger was reportedly dragged off a Korean Air flight from South Korea to San Francisco on Friday, allegedly because she refused to sit in her designated economy seat. In the video, the passenger can also be heard chanting “U.S. Marshall” and what sounds like “Korean Air stole my passport” as the officers pull her from what looks to be a business-class seat and push her down the aisle toward the front of the aircraft. A number of passengers also begin to applaud as she’s removed.
http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2018/08/03/korean-air-passenger-dragged-off-flight-while-shouting-resisting-several-police-officers.html
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Plane missing since March 2014 is aviation’s biggest mystery. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, missing since 2014, was probably steered off course deliberately and flown to the southern Indian Ocean, according to the Malaysian government’s safety report into the disaster. Experts mapped the Boeing 777’s course only after picking through hourly data hookups with a satellite. Extensive sonar searches of remote waters off Australia’s west coast failed to locate the wreckage. Monday’s report didn’t support either theory explicitly, but struggled to come up with a mechanical explanation for the aircraft’s deviations. A few pieces of wreckage from MH370 did wash up in Africa but no bodies have ever been recovered.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-07-30/mh370-investigation-unable-to-determine-cause-of-disappearance
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American airlines raises plane limits for extreme Phoenix heat. American Airlines is taking a proactive approach with the extreme temperatures in Phoenix. The flights were operated by Mesa Airlines and SkyWest Airlines, which operate the Bombardier CRJ 700/900 aircraft. Due to regulations, the aircraft could not depart Phoenix if the temperature was over 117.86 degrees. Within the past year, American worked with Bombardier and the Federal Aviation Administration to ensure that when the temperature rises, planes can still take off.
https://www.abc15.com/news/region-phoenix-metro/central-phoenix/american-airlines-raises-plane-limits-for-extreme-phoenix-heat
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