A man who allegedly imported a huge amount of cocaine and methamphetamine into Australia more than a decade ago has finally been charged.
Day: March 14, 2023
Some passengers stranded at YVR for more than 24 hours after Air India flight to New Delhi cancelled | CBC News
Dozens of passengers flying from Vancouver to New Delhi have been stuck at the Vancouver airport for more than 24 hours with nowhere for many to go after their flight was delayed Monday morning, then cancelled.
Plane crashes killing one as pilot tries to make emergency landing
One person was pronounced dead after a small plane crashed while trying to make an emergency landing in Farmingdale, 20 miles east of New York City, on Sunday afternoon.
Looking Back on March 15: ‘Taft, Brewster escape injury in plane crash’ – Lewiston Sun Journal
Read more about March 15, 1948, in the SunJournal.com archives. 100 Years Ago: 1923 The Ladies Shrine club committee has sent out vivid looking programs, announcing their “Black and White Party” to be given at Kora Temple, Friday evening March 23d. Decorations will be carried out in black and white. As to costume, black gowns, […]
Airbus working to develop paramedic NextGen eVTOL – Asian Aviation
Airbus Helicopters has partnered with the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation to develop CityAirbus NextGen’s future missions for medical services
FOX6 photojournalist’s moon-plane photo goes viral, reaches pilot
“Here’s two people that did not know each other at all, totally random situation, just the right timing on everything.”
Small plane crashes on Carlsbad beach
A small plane made an emergency landing Thursday morning on South Carlsbad State Beach.
No Sign Of Missing Plane That Vanished Over Olympic National Forest
Rod Collen left the Tacoma Narrows Airport in a Cessna last Monday, and his aircraft dropped off the radar a short time later.
US: Plane crash during emergency landing at Republic Airport in Farmingdale; 1 dead, 2 critical | VIDEO
US: The pilot of the small plane tried to make an energy landing after he detected smoke in the cockpit.
Transportation Safety Board urges better medical screening guidelines for pilots – Ladysmith Chronicle
At least 8 plane crashes in the past 20 years tied to Canadian pilot heart conditions
Shellie Daniel Shehan – The Andalusia Star-News
Shellie Daniel Shehan, 80, passed away in his home on Jan. 9, 2023. Danny was born Oct. 6, 1942, to Comer and Helon (Everage) Shehan in Andalusia. A graveside service will be held Friday, March 17, 11 a.m., at Magnolia Cemetery in Andalusia. Foreman Brown Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Dan was […]
Police K-9’s search plane following United Airlines bomb threat – Travel Weekly
Burlington airport was shut down for several hours following the discovery of a bomb threat in the bathroom of United Airlines flight .
Englishmen whose drunken behavior caused plane to be diverted to Bangor sentenced to time served
By Judy Harrison, Bangor Daily News Staff
The Englishmen whose rowdy, drunken behavior caused a plane to be diverted to Bangor International Airport on Jan. 2 were sentenced March 14 in U.
ESPN Analyst Says ‘Entitled’ Passenger Tried To Remove Him From Plane: ‘The Caucacity of Him!’
ESPN analyst Desmond Howard claimed a passenger on his flight tried to get him removed from the plane because he was “sick.”
Russia’s Defense Ministry denies collision between Russian Su-27 fighter plane and U.S. reconnaissance drone — Meduza
Commenting on the incident that led to the loss of the U.S. MQ-9 Reaper drone in the Black Sea, Russia’s Defense Ministry has issued a statement about what happened.
Why the F-4 Phantom Is Such a Badass Plane
The F-4 Phantom was neither pretty nor elegant. But it did its job when so many other aircraft in history couldn’t.
UP CM calls on Prime Minister Modi
New Delhi, Mar 14 (PTI) Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi here, an official statement said
FAA Investigating Close Call Between Planes at Reagan National Airport
A recent close call between two airplanes at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia, is under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration. Republic Airways Flight 4736 crossed a runway at DCA without clearance the morning of March 7, putting it in the path of another flight — United Airlines Flight 2003 — that had just been cleared for…
Are Self-Flying Planes the Future of Air Travel? An Aviation Expert Weighs In.
There’s a big difference between flying on autopilot and flying without a human at all.
World’s largest passenger plane to re-enter service at Glasgow Airport this month
Emirates’ popular Glasgow to Dubai service will once again be served by the iconic Airbus A380 from Thursday, March 26.
Polish pilot Luke Czepiela makes history with “Bullseye Landing” of a plane on the iconic Burj Al Arab helipad.
Its an World’s first , Red Bull CubCrafters aircraft successfully lands on the helipad on the iconic 56-storey Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai ! CubCrafters, in collaboration with Red Bull and extreme sports promotor XDubai, has achieved an unprecedented milestone in aviation by successfully landing a fixed wing Carbon Cub aircraft on the heliport of one of the world’s most iconic buildings, the Burj Al Arab hotel, in Dubai, UAE. The Bulls Eye landing event featured Red Bull Air Race pilot and Carbon Cub owner Luke Czepiela landing a specially modified version of CubCrafters bestselling aircraft on a 27-meter wide helipad suspended 212 meters above sea level atop the 56-story hotel. “All big moments start with little ideas powered by imagination and the desire to create something special,” stated Patrick Horgan, CubCrafters’ President & CEO. “Red Bull has done many projects over the years that have inspired aviators worldwide, so we were honored to join them on this project to demonstrate the incredible capabilities of the kinds of aircraft our company designs and manufactures.” As Micha? Graczyk, Aviation Project Manager for the event explained, “To ensure success, we wanted the airplane best suited to the challenge, and CubCrafters was the obvious choice. They have a long history of innovation and industry leadership, relentless research and development, and an impeccable reputation for the quality of their aircraft. These attributes made us very confident in choosing them as our partner for this event.” “Throughout the years, CubCrafters’ brand has grown to be synonymous with an adventure lifestyle, and giving pilots the ability to land our airplanes in the most challenging environments is core to our mission,” said Brad Damm, CubCrafters’ Vice President. “This project, two years in the planning and execution, really pushes the limits of what a best-of-class STOL aircraft, and an extremely capable and dedicated pilot, can achieve. ” Renowned bush pilot, aviation engineer, and YouTube personality, Mike Patey, also joined the CubCrafters technical team for the project. Mike, a Carbon Cub owner himself, customized some of the aircraft’s features to help ensure a successful outcome. “It was a pretty simple formula. We cut weight, changed the C.G. to increase the effectiveness of the brakes, and added extra horsepower,” said Mike. “I’m really proud of how the airplane performed. The Carbon Cub was a great choice to start with, and we made it even better for this event.” “Working with CubCrafters and Mike Patey to prepare the airplane for this event has been a true pleasure,” declared pilot Luke Czepiela. “During the training and preparation, I developed full confidence in the aircraft and its unique capabilities that enabled me to successfully accomplish this mission.” Our Social Media Handles…. Source : CUBCRAFTERS
World’s biggest passenger plane heading back to Glasgow Airport
The world’s largest passenger plane is making a comeback this spring as Glasgow Airport welcomes the Emirates A380 double-decker, serving the UKs 119 weekly flights.
Airbus and Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation develop eVTOL capability
Airbus Helicopters has partnered with the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation to develop CityAirbus NextGen’s future missions for medical services in Norway.
A Woman Kicked A Reclined Seat On A Plane & She Got So Salty With Those Who Called Her Out
She wanted to teach a “violent lesson in plane etiquette.”