Archive for September, 2011
 

 

Airline Ordered to Rehire Pilot Fired for Sex With Flight Attendant

A Court of Appeal in New Zealand has ruled in favor of an Air Nelson pilot who had sex with a flight attendant during an unscheduled stopover in 2008.
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Boeing Delivers First 737-900ER to Somon Air of Tajikistan

Somon Air this week became the first Central Asian airline to own and operate a Boeing 737 fitted with the Boeing Sky Interior.
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September 30th in Aviation History

Happy Birthday 747! Perhaps the most famous airliner in history rolled out on this date in 1968.
by Phil Derner Jr.

 

 

Rotorfest 2011: Rotorheads’ Delight

There simply aren't enough helicopter airshows around the country, but the annual Rotorfest rarely disappoints, as Manny Gonzalez shows us his gallery of mechanized joy.
by Manny Gonzalez
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Boston Bomber Planned Remote Control Plane-Bomb Attacks on Pentagon and U.S. Capitol

A Massachusetts man was arrested and charged Wednesday with plotting to launch airborne bomb attacks on the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
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