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WestJet Flight Diverts to Prince George Airport

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WestJet Flight Diverts to Prince George Airport

WestJet Flight 3205 made an emergency landing at Prince George Airport, British Columbia, Canada, on February 14th.

The plane heading from Fort St. John to Vancouver, Canada, was diverted due to a fire detection warning.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

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NTSB releases report on deadly Fluvanna County plane crash

NTSB releases report on deadly Fluvanna County plane crash
The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report on a deadly plane crash in Fluvanna County.

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Military plane tire failure closes MKE runway

Military plane tire failure closes MKE runway
A Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport spokesperson said an aircraft tire failure temporarily closed a runway on Friday night, May 24.

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Aurora Flight Sciences Reveals Updated HSVTOL X-plane Concept | AIN

Aurora Flight Sciences Reveals Updated HSVTOL X-plane Concept | AIN
Aurora Flight Sciences completed the conceptual design review for a high-speed, vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft it is developing for DARPA.

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Taylor Swift’s European ‘Eras’ Tour Causes Spike in Demand for Plane Tickets

Swifties are flying off to Portugal this Memorial Day weekend just to see their idol.

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Rolls Royce’s Next Project Is a Disaster-Proof Plane

Rolls Royce’s Next Project Is a Disaster-Proof Plane
It’s the successor to the Air Force’s E-4B

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