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08-18-2019 06:42
(CNN)A small plane carrying three people crashed into a house in upstate New York, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson said. The condition of those on board the Saturday flight is unknown. The Cessna 303 aircraft was headed to Sky Acres Airport in LaGrangeville, New York, when it crashed into a house in Union Vale, New York, a few miles southeast of the airport.
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08-18-2019 00:47
From this month's American inflight magazine. I will miss this airplane, it has been around for most of my flying life and is a plane that pilots fly, instead of being passengers in row 1 with today's automation.
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08-17-2019 22:22
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the record breaking London-Sydney flight of QF7441, a record that still stands. The flight was undertaken by the first Qantas 747, registration VH-OJA. Planning for the flight was secretive, had started 2 years previous and involved the cooperation of Boeing and Rolls Royce.
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08-17-2019 22:20
The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced that miniature horses are still officially allowed to fly as service animals in all cabins of commercial planes, in a statement aiming to define the guidelines regarding protections for emotional support and psychiatric service cats, dogs and the tiny equines
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08-17-2019 15:00
The Air Travel Consumer Report is a monthly product of the Department of Transportation's Office of Aviation Enforcement and Proceedings (OAEP). The report is designed to assist consumers with information on the quality of services provided by the airlines.
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08-17-2019 13:08
An Aviation News update about the recent Delta announcement of its Delta connection regional airline consolidation, Endeavor Air's new aircraft and an in depth look at its current fleet
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08-17-2019 13:02
Norway's first battery-powered airplane crashed into a lake yesterday, Reuters reports. While no one was harmed in the crash, the incident could be a set back for the country, which hopes to electrify all domestic flights by 2040. It's still unclear why the electric plane, an Alpha Electro G2, lost engine power, forcing the pilot to crash-land on his way back to the airport. The plane is owned by Avinor, Norway's state-run airport operator, and it was being flown by chief executive Dag Falk-Petersen. The company had spent the day giving tours to high-profile government officials.
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