Aviation News, Headlines & Alerts
Day: <span>October 31, 2022</span>

Korean Air Planes Involved in 4 Accidents over 4 Months

Passengers are worried about flying with Korean Air, as the company’s planes have been involved in a recent series of accidents. Industry experts suspect the company may have neglected maintenance and flight-related crew training during the COVID-19 pandemic.A Korean Air flight that departed fro

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Arctic Guardians Rescue Plane Crash Victim at Totek Lake | The Ritz Herald

Alaska Air National Guardsmen of the 176th Wing rescued a plane crash victim Oct. 25 at Totek Lake, about 75 miles southwest of Fairbanks. A pilot flying overhead received a distress call from the crashed Taylorcraft single-engine aircraft and reported it to Fairbanks Approach, which relayed the message to Anchorage…

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At Least 1 Killed in Crash of Small Plane Near Atlanta

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (AP) — At least one person has died in the crash of a small plane in the Atlanta suburb of Alpharetta on Monday, authorities said. The plane was preparing to land at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport when it went down in the area of a park known as the Big Creek Greenway, the Alpharetta …

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World’s largest plane carries hypersonic test vehicle into the air

Aerospace company Stratolaunch has bold plans to launch swift and repeatable hypersonic flights from its massive Roc carrier aircraft, and has now taken an important step forward with these ambitions. The plane’s latest outing saw a hypersonic test vehicle integrated into its center wing pylon for a maiden captive carry flight, with the company now planning a separation test in the near future.

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Two killed in Hanover Township plane crash

HANOVER TWP. — Two people died after a two-seat plane crashed off St. Mary’s Road in Hanover Township on Saturday afternoon, township Police Chief David Lew confirmed in a Times Leader report.

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