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Pilots Fell Asleep on Ethiopian Airlines Flight to Addis Ababa

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It has been reported that the pilots onboard Ethiopian Airlines Flight 343 fell asleep whilst overflying Addis Ababa, its destination, at 37,000 feet. (aviationsourcenews.com) More...

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The Future of Airports – a new model from an old tradition

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An ancient art form — the mosaic — serves as a guide for new-world advances in data management … and major opportunities for airports, according to Collins Aerospace general manager, airport solutions Rakan Khaled, who makes the case in this Op-Ed contribution for Runway Girl Network. (runwaygirlnetwork.com) More...

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North Carolina co-pilot who jumped from plane upset about hard landing: NTSB

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'Got up from his seat, removed his headset, apologized and departed the airplane via the aft ramp door,' report states of Charles Crooks incident (www.foxnews.com) More...

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Fatal crash of US Marines’ Osprey in Norway blamed on pilot error

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This should be free for each persons first five views. Pilot error was the cause of an Osprey aircraft crash in Norway in March that killed four Marines, the service said in a statement. (www.stripes.com) More...

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'Multiple' fatalities reported after 2 small planes crash in Watsonville

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WATSONVILLE, Santa Cruz County -- A crash involving two small planes attempting to land at Watsonville Municipal Airport appears to have resulted in "multiple" fatalities, according to the city. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said a single-engine Cessna 152 and a twin-engine Cessna 340 collided while the pilots were on their final approaches to the airport. One person was on board the Cessna 152 and two people were on board the Cessna 340. (www.cbsnews.com) More...

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Airlines Clamor for Clarity on Altimeter Upgrades for 5G

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The potential for 5G signal interference with radio altimeters in airplanes flying into and out of U.S. airports continues to alarm airlines around the world, as the Federal Aviation Administration refuses to budge from what the industry calls arbitrary deadlines for upgrades to cockpit avionics despite the absence of a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM). (www.ainonline.com) More...

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