Splitting the blanket?
Because Airbus has circulated the statement that the crash was due to “technical problems” (when no official statement should be made prior to an investigation), 49% Saudi-owned Yemenia Airlines is rumored likely to pull it’s order for 10 Airbus A350s. The order has been standing since a 2007 airshow, and involves millions. The Yemenia Airlines crash that occurred during a stormy weather landing on the Comoros Islands involved an Airbus.
Netjets will be the first customer for Bombardier’s new $78 million private jet, the world’s fastest passenger plane since the Concorde — meet the Global 8000
“The left afterburner technique” and all the special problems that made SR-71 Blackbird air refueling challenging – The Aviation Geek Club
Fifty years ago, a plane crashed into homes outside Midway, killing 45 people. The neighborhood hasn’t forgotten.
Police identify pilot killed in Falmouth plane crash, wife hospitalized with serious injuries – The Boston Globe
The Falmouth Fire Rescue Department along with Falmouth Police Department responded to an airplane crash at the Falmouth Airpark.
The small plane had two occupants.
Both are being treated