Touch and Go

October 30, 2014

Touch N’ Go: Plane Crash in Wichita, Woman Behind the Voice at 200 Airports, Turnaround Timelapse

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Written by: NYCAviation Staff

(Touch N’ Go is a collection of our favorite AvGeek news, pictures, videos, tweets & more from the day.)



Plane Crashes into Building at Wichita Midcontinent Airport [NYCAviation]

✈ Lufthansa eyes long-haul, low-cost service with A330-200s [Runway Girl Network]

✈ Dynamic Airways to restart New York JFK-Georgetown, Guyana flights [World Airline News]

✈ VIDEO>>  Woman behind the voice at 200 airports [YouTube]

✈ Today in Aviation History: Challenger is launched for STS-61A, its last successful mission; Pan Am sets an around-the-world speed record + more. [NYCAviation]



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Time lapse of a RyanAir 737-800 turnaround. (34 minutes in real time.)

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