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November 26, 2014

Touch N’ Go: Passengers push plane frozen to the ground, Thanksgiving message from the ISS

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Written by: Tracy Lachowicz

(Touch N’ Go is updated throughout the day with our favorite AvGeek news, pictures, videos, tweets & more.)



Passengers push frozen plane to runway (VIDEO). [RT]

✈ KLM’s refit of its Boeing 777-200ER: Ten abreast economy isn’t an upgrade – no matter how you spin it. [Runway Girl Network]

✈ Your Head’s in the Clouds, Where’s Your Heart? Giving Thanks to the Aviation Community. [NYCAviation]

Former Apache pilot will become Britain’s first astronaut to spend six months in space. [Forces TV]

✈ Top 5 dogfights in history. [Defence Aviation]


#AvGeek Goodness:

Thanksgiving Message from the International Space Station…


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Tracy Lachowicz



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