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Scott Bateman Sep 15
Bit of a first for me last night. I’ve never been asked to give way to a departing Cherokee at an international airport. This is and GA flying in the USA. Couldn’t see this happening at 🤔
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Boeing Airplanes 5h
We predict that China will need $1.2 trillion worth of new airplanes over the next 20 years. That’s a lot of ✈✈! Marketing VP Randy Tinseth has the full story on why China will be the largest market in the 🌍 here:
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Tom Podolec Aviation 8h
Replying to @TomPodolec
Air Canada 747 Arrived not long ago from Paris as . Now parked at the hotel gates being prepped for its next flight. Toronto Pearson Airport
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IATA 15h
Anyone involved in now or over next 20 years should read this report. IATA & study examines opportunities & risks for airline industry over next 2 decades and beyond. Read here:
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Simon Thompson Sep 18
In the 1950s KLM flights used to have a fully automatic rifle to defend passengers against Polar bears in case of arctic grounding on their polar route from Amsterdam to Tokyo
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RALPH DIAZ (난 랠프 AM) Sep 19
The "S" from the word "Philippines" represents as the 4-STARS that makes the airline shines even more up to this day for making every flight even more special with their "Buong pusong alaga" way. Fly high with PAL. Book now!
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Tom Podolec Aviation Sep 19
Air Canada’s only 737 in old colours. 😛 Being prepped for its flight to London later tonight as Toronto Pearson Airport
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USCG Mid-Atlantic Sep 14
Air Station Elizabeth City is on the move conducting search and rescue!
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∱∪ℕκγβαβα - सब मोहमाया है ✌️ 23h
has become the most mockery thing in recent times. On one hand there is either a engine failure or tyre getting burst while in other thing Air pressure system is not functional. This clearly shows that paying exhorbitant fares at the risk of own lives is very cheap.
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BloomBusinessJets 14h
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Kyunghee Park 박경희 1h
. is deploying facial-recognition technology to replace and at ’s airport via
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Jagdish Acharya 2h
JET SCAREWAYS elevators screech if the doors are left open ..cars beep if the driver doesn’t wear seatbelt ..but there is no warning no technology no nothing if a bleed switch is not turned on by a moronic pilot in a passenger aircraft?? 🤔🤔
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Pilot.Mayday 6h
Awesome wx approaching Legazpi, Albay.
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∱∪ℕκγβαβα - सब मोहमाया है ✌️ 23h
Replying to @nillkool9
Road, Trains were considered risky at a point of time but now is considered the most riskiest thing to travel. People in order to save time & pain of travelling pay fares to get to destination safely & on time but this thing has become more vulnerable now.
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Colin Brazier 21h
What's it like to land an aircraft in strong winds? As the gales gather strength today, we ask about the split-second decision-making faced by pilots flying into British airports.
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ICAO 8h
The “Unmanned Week” series of events has been concluded with affirming the need for responsive regulatory frameworks to support the safe integration of unmanned air traffic innovations into the global aviation network.
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World Economic Forum Sep 17
These are the world's most connected airports
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Gareth Burge 7h
"Sometimes, flying feels too godlike to be attained by man" - Charles A. Lindbergh
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Tom Podolec Aviation Sep 18
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Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren 3h
Before smart phones there were time selectors. This one likely dates from the early 80s, when acquired its first L1011s. Others often had small route maps or a bit of info on the latest fleet addition. Do you have one?
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