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Boeing Readies 787 Test Plan – Aviation Week

Boeing is preparing to install a modified battery system for flight tests in a 787 in anticipation of the FAA approving its redesign plan, which the manufacturer hopes could come by March 6. At the same time, the airframer is steeling itself for a lengthy test and qualification period, with regulators already emphasizing the need …

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Passenger jet skids to landing at Newark 2/27/12 – Newsday

A passenger plane with landing gear problems skidded down the runway at Newark Liberty Airport Monday evening, the chin of the plane scraping the tarmac before all aboard exited without injuries, authorities said. The 6:22 p.m. arrival of United Express Flight 5124 shut down the airport for nearly an hour. Two of the three runways …

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Plane Registered to Jimmie Johnson Racing II races off runway at Key West – MIX3TRAVEL

A Gulfstream 150 jet crash landed at the Key West airport this evening at 7:45 p.m. with the pilot and co-pilot radioing there were no brakes upon landing. Four people on board were taken to Lower Keys hospital, two with minor injuries and two transported for precautionary reasons.The plane was registered to Jimmie Johnson Racing …

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New ATC Tower At Cleveland Hopkins International Airport To Create Jobs – Avstop.com

To a transportation secretary, visiting Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is like visiting hallowed ground. This airport was the United States’ first municipal airfield, opened in 1925, and was home to the world’s first air traffic control tower and airfield lighting system. More recently, it was home to the world’s first direct link between an airport …

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