Massive Fireball

‘Massive Fireball’ as Plane Crashes Into Shops

‘Massive Fireball’ as Plane Crashes Into Shops A light aircraft exploded Tuesday in a “massive fireball” with police saying none of the five people aboard survived as it smashed into a shopping centre near the Australian city of Melbourne. Pilot Max Quartermain and a group of American golfers on the trip of a lifetime are […]

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Airlander 10

Airlander 10 Ready to Fly Again

Airlander 10 Ready to Fly Again Airlander 10, the largest aircraft in the world that also has a remarkable resemblance to a human behind, is ready to fly again, according to the company that built it. After almost six months, Airlander 10 has finally been repaired and will continue its flight test programme. Back in August the […]

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JFK Airport

Possible Engine Fire on Plane at JFK Airport

Possible Engine Fire on Plane at JFK Airport The Buenos Aires plane’s engine reportedly caught fire during takeoff at JFK Airport in New York. The situation is now under control with no injuries reported, according to officials. Fire crews rushed to the busy New York airport after the pilot of the Argentina Airlines flight reported the engine fire […]

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Plane Got too Close to Air Force One

Plane Got too Close to Air Force One

Plane Got too Close to Air Force One An aircraft in Florida flew closer than it should have to Air Force One on Friday. The plane, which sources say was flying parallel to Air Force One as it approached Palm Beach, should have maintained a separation of at least three nautical miles from President Trump’s plane, which was […]

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Inside the World’s Largest Passenger Plane

Inside the World’s Largest Passenger Plane The Emirates airline showed off its newest passenger plane that will soon begin to service Logan Airport. A massive A380 is so big that Massport spent $30 million renovating Terminal E to accommodate it. Emirates operates more Airbus A380 aircraft, the world’s largest passenger plane, than any other airline. The […]

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Saudi prince takes 80 falcons

Saudi Prince Takes 80 Falcons on Flight

Saudi Prince Takes 80 Falcons on Flight The nature of modern air travel means you’re usually crammed in a small space with all sorts of strange characters – but just be grateful you haven’t had to share a cabin with 80 birds of prey. The royal family in Saudi Arabia are known for their insurmountable wealth […]

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Barack Obama

Barack Obama’s Last Flight on Air Force One

Barack Obama’s Last Flight on Air Force One President Barack Obama stepped off Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews after his last flight on the presidential aircraft as president last Wednesday. The plane goes by the call sign “Air Force One” whenever the sitting president is on board. With his last trip aboard the […]

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Supersonic jet

Supersonic Jet to Have its Test Flight in 2017

Supersonic Jet to Have its Test Flight in 2017 The supersonic jet is the first one for Virgin Galactic. The model could improve the flight experience. If reports are confirmed, in just three hours and 15 minutes the passenger jet could get from London to New York. The jet is called XB-1 or “Baby Boom”. […]

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Interesting Facts About Planes And Flying

10 Interesting Facts About Planes And Flying

10 Interesting Facts About Planes And Flying The world of commercial aviation is still a complex and mysterious place. There are many odd things about flying that most passengers don’t know. Here are some things you might want to know. 1. Airplanes are lighting-proof – it’s totally understandable that there are some who couldn’t help […]

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Three Dead After Two Planes Collide

Three Dead After Two Planes Collide In Texas

Three Dead After Two Planes Collide In Texas Three people have died following a mid-air collision between two small planes in Texas, USA, on Saturday. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said the collision occurred shortly after 17:30 near Aero Country Airport. Gregory Barber, 55, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and his son 18-year old […]

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