Archive for March, 2010


Catch Me If You Can: Fake Airline Pilot Arrested

A man who flew hundreds-of-thousands of passengers aboard airliners all across Europe for over a decade has been arrested after it was revealed he is not a licensed pilot.
by Brian Futterman

Amerijet B727-200 (N495AJ) taxiing out for a runway 9 departure in Miami in the last light of day.

Amerijet Receives First of Two Boeing 767 Freighters

Miami-based Amerijet has leased its first two wide body freighters to compliment its fleet of Boeing 727s.
by Mark Lawrence


Sully’s Final Departure: Miracle on the Hudson Hero Flies Into Retirement (w/ Photos)

Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, a national hero for his successful water landing of US Airways Flight 1549 into the Hudson River, completed his final airline flight today, entering retirement following a 40 year career as a...
by Mark Lawrence



Crazy Fokkers: 100-Seat Airliner Market to Get More Crowded Thanks to Dutch Cash Injection

A group of investors which has been attempting to restart the Fokker assembly lines for over a decade has secured a crucial development loan from the Dutch government.
by admin


Early Bird Report: WTO Decision Expected This Morning; Qantas Pilot Had Urges to Crash Planes

WTO Airbus report to be issued. Lufthansa pilots set strike date. Qantas pilot was a few nuggets short of a Happy Meal. Milestone for 747-8. New flights to a West Virginia golf resort.
by admin