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Germanwings Flight Rejects Take Off from Hamburg

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Germanwings Flight Rejects Take Off from Hamburg

germanwingsGermanwings flight 4U-7046 rejected take off from Hamburg, Germany, on October 31st.

The plane was accelerating to take off for Stuttgart, Germany, when the crew rejected take off due to asymmetric thrust.

The plane safely returned to the apron.

All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

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No injuries reported after a small plane crash in Rural Retreat Sunday

No injuries were reported after a small plane crash in Rural Retreat Sunday Morning, according to the manager of Mountain Empire Airport.

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No injuries reported after small plane crash in Rural Retreat

No injuries were reported after a small plane crash, according to Mountain Empire Airport.

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Boeing ‘fighting through challenges’ in building new Air Force One planes

The head of Boeing’s defense unit said Sunday the planemaker is still “fighting through challenges” in building two delayed U.S. presidential aircraft known as Air Force One.

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Solar-powered electric plane tested at 10,000 metres altitude

According to a report by an international news agency, a team from the company Solar Stratos attempted to set a new record by flying a solar-powered electric airplane at an altitude of 10,000 metres.

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You meet the nicest people at Oshkosh

When Mike and Jeannette Halstead arrived at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2023 with smoke billowing out of their Cessna 206’s cowling, they discovered what it’s like to be part of the Oshkosh family.

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