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November 19, 2014

Touch N’ Go: Airbus Files Patent For Flying Doughnuts, Airlines Budget for Satellite Capacity

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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.)



✈ New planning tool helps airlines budget for satellite capacity. [RunwayGirl Network]

✈ EXCLUSIVE: On the Flight Deck with 787 Head Test Pilot Heather Ross. [NYCAviation]

✈ Flight in Film, Facts & Goofs>> What was wrong with the airport scenes in Goodfellas? [Facebook]

✈ ‘Flying Doughnuts’: Airbus Files Patent For A New Kind Of Plane [NPR]

✈ Today in Aviation History: Apollo 12 crew land on the moon, China’s first spacecraft launches + more. [NYCAviation]


#AvGeek Goodness:

The Cover Greetings campaign gave people the chance to leave a personal message on the headrest of the seat occupied by a friend or family member onboard a KLM flight.



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