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Man Arrested After Crashing Truck Into Plane

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August 26, 2016 A partly clothed man was arrested at Eppley Airfield in Omaha after he climbed a boundary fence and ran down a runway. The man was arrested after he crashed a truck into a Southwest Airlines plane as it was boarding for a flight to Denver on Thursday night. There were only minor injuries to the flight crew and a passenger. Airwise Top Stories
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Rockwell Collins is planning to deliver the final software load to Boeing for 737 MAX cockpit displays in mid-September, followed
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Cyprus’ civil-aviation regulator has conducted an audit of startup carrier Cobalt, following two incidents involving technical faults in the first
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Belavia Belarusian Airlines will be the first carrier at Moscow’s Zhukovsky International Airport. The Minsk, Belarus-based airline plans to start
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Intelsat has launched Intelsat 33e, the second of seven EpicNG satellites, which will provide some broadband capacity for aeronautical use.
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HAECO Americas has announced plans to a build a $ 60 million MRO facility at Piedmont Triad International Airport
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Beijing-based Air China from Nov. 11 will launch 3X-weekly Airbus A330-200 flights between Chengdu, China, and Sydney. The carrier noted
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American Airlines retired 20 MD-80s on Aug. 23 as it continues to wind down an aircraft type that was once
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The cabin crew of a Qantas Airbus A380 have been praised for their handling of an in-flight smoke incident that
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Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) has signed an agreement with DHL Express for the construction of a logistics hub.
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Southwest Airlines head of labor relations and former FAA administrator Randy Babbitt is to retire, the airline announced. Babbit has
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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau expects the underwater search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 that operated flight MH370
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Beijing-based Air China from Nov. 11 will launch 3X-weekly Airbus A330-200 flights between Chengdu, China, and Sydney. The carrier noted
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Aireon, NAV Canada’s joint venture with US-based satellite provider Iridium Communications, is set to launch 10 Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B)
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The UK’s East Midlands Airport is to close for several weekends this fall to allow for runway resurfacing. The airport,

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American Airlines removed 20 Boeing MD-80s from its fleet in a single day, as it works to retire the

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