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Frankfurt Opens a New Runway, F-22 Raptor Grounded Again: Final Call

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Photo of the Day: The Qantas 747-400ER known as "Wunala Dreaming" lands at Dallas Fort Worth
Photo of the Day: The Qantas 747-400ER known as "Wunala Dreaming" lands at Dallas Fort Worth

Photo of the Day: The Qantas 747-400ER known as "Wunala Dreaming" lands at Dallas Fort Worth. (Photo by Tad Carlson)

• Frankfurt International Airport opened its new runway on Friday. [The Associated Press/Atlanta Journal Constitution]

• NTSB says memory cards recovered from the crashed aircraft have yielded no useful data for their investigation of last month’s crash at the Reno Air Races. [AV Stop]

• F-22 Raptor again grounded due to pilot oxygen failures. [Fox News]

• Pilots warned to watch out for another falling satellite. [Examiner]



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