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Two Indian military jets crash after midair collision

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One pilot has died after two Indian Air Force fighter jets crashed in a mid-air collision in central India about 300km south of the capital, New Delhi. (www.aviation24.be) More...

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Air France-KLM orders Airbus A350s to replace jumbo freighters

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Air France-KLM will order an additional seven Airbus SE A350 jets, including some freighters, as the carrier renews its widebody fleet and retires Boeing Co. 747 freighters. (www.ajot.com) More...

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Boeing Pleads Not Guilty In 737 MAX Fraud - What's Next?

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The future of the MAX fraud trial remains uncertain as Boeing issued a plea of not guilty, falling back on its arrangement with the DOJ. (simpleflying.com) More...

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Helicopter Used To Transport Putin, Top Officials Crash Lands in Moscow

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A helicopter which is part of a fleet that transports top Russian officials including President Vladimir Putin has reportedly crashed into the ground while landing in Moscow. The Mil Mi-8 helicopter struck the ground with its blades and tail while landing at Vnukovo international airport located around 16 miles southwest of the center of the Russian capital on Friday, according to Russian state news agency Interfax. Aviation publication Aerotime Hub reported that the helicopter belonged to the… (www.msn.com) More...

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Boom Breaks Ground on North Carolina Overture Plant

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Boom Supersonic has started construction of a 400,000-sq-ft factory in Greensboro, North Carolina, meant to house production of its Overture supersonic airliner, the Colorado-based company said on Thursday. What the company calls its Overture Superfactory sits on a 62-acre campus at the Piedmont Triad International Airport. Plans call for the facility to house the final assembly line, a test facility, and a customer delivery center for the Overture. "Today's groundbreaking for the… (www.ainonline.com) More...

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Alaska Airlines Says Farewell To The Dash 8-Q400

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According to an announcement by parent company Alaska Airlines on Friday, Horizon Air has retired its last Bombardier Dash 8 Q400. The announcement comes exactly 22 years after the aircraft made its first flight for the regional airline. 22 years of service Horizon's announcement that it is retiring the Q400 marks the end of an era for the turboprop aircraft. The airline flew its first flight with the jet on January 26th, 2001, and its last from Spokane to Seattle on that same day this… (www.msn.com) More...

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First Of Two 'New' Airbus A350s For Thai Airways Spotted With Livery

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Back at the end of October 2022, it was reported by the Bangkok Post that Thai Airways had signed a lease agreement for two Airbus A350-900s. These would enter service from January 2023. While we're almost reaching February, it does appear that plans are being made for two A350s to be added to the Thai Airways fleet, with one recently being spotted. Here's what we know so far... One of two jets spotted On January 23rd, an Airbus A350-900 was spotted in Thai Airways livery at… (www.msn.com) More...

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Air Canada Rouge Airbus A321 MAYDAY Due To "Multiple Successive Fault Messages"

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An Airbus A321-200 operated by Air Canada Rouge was flying from Cozumel (Mexico) to its home base at Toronto Pearson International Airport on January 23rd when issues arose with various flight systems. The issues were so severe that the crew was forced to declare MAYDAY and divert to Tampa, Florida in the United States. Flight and incident details According to The Aviation Herald, the Air Canada Rouge Airbus A321-200 registered C-GHQI was performing flight RV1997 from Cozumel to Toronto on… (www.msn.com) More...

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Pending confirmation, two G700 production test aircraft break speed records during world tour

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Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced Thursday that their all-new Gulfstream G700 achieved 25-speed records on its recently completed world tour. (dcnewsroom.blogspot.com) More...

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