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Boeing disappointed after China’s top three airlines buy 300 Airbus planes

Boeing Co said on Friday “it is disappointing that geopolitical differences continue to constrain U.S. aircraft exports” while responding to China’s three biggest state-owned airlines buying 300 jets from French planemaker Airbus SE .

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Crews remove small plane from Quinnipiac River

Crews are still along the Quinnipiac River Friday, trying to remove a single engine plane that crashed into the water.

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Pilot reported plane had engine problems before safely landing on Quinnipiac River in Connecticut – The Boston Globe

The pilot and two passengers, along with their dog, were able to get out of the plane on their own and were not injured, officials said. They were assisted by a good samaritan in a boat who managed to reach the plane before first-responders arrived.

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Electric plane startup eyes major test as market begins to take flight

Arlington-based Eviation is preparing to fly its all-electric plane for the first time. The critical test of the technology comes after investors poured more funding into electric aviation startups in 2021 than in the previous decade combined.

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Small plane crashes into Quinnipiac River in New Haven

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Two people and a dog were rescued after a small plane crashed into the Quinnipiac River in New Haven on Friday. The plane crash occurred near the Grand Avenue Bridge, acco…

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