Tag Archive: FAA

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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Airworthiness Directive Issued for Falcon 7X – Flying Magazine

EASA has issued an airworthiness directive (AD) in response to the runaway trim incident that temporarily grounded the Falcon 7X fleet in May. Most of the fleet was shortly returned to service. The new AD, developed in conjunction with Dassault, calls for a modification of the fly-by-wire system to allow for earlier failure detection and …

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Planes Clip Each Other Taxiing at Boston’s Logan Airport – ABC News

A pair of commercial passenger planes clipped each other while taxiing at Boston Logan International Airport, possibly injuring one person. Both planes suffered damage in the 7:30 p.m. incident, according to Massport, an agency that manages Logan Airport. One plane was a 767 jet operated directly by Delta and the second was a smaller plane …

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