Posts Tagged ‘US Airways Express’
 

 

On This Day in Aviation History: January 8th

The Airbus A300 becomes the first widebody jet to operate with a two-man flight crew, the crashes of Turkish Airlines Flight 634, Air Midwest Flight 5481, British Midland Flight 92 and a Moscow Airways AN-32, a Russian cosmonau...
by Phil Derner Jr.
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Passengers evacuate US Airways Flight 3652 at Reagan National. (Photo by Sarah Dunn via Twitter)

US Airways Flight Suffers Engine Failure at Reagan National

A regional jet flown for US Airways Express suffered an engine failure at Reagan National Airport in Washington Friday afternoon.
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An AIRMET/SIGMET map like this displays forecasts of turbulence for pilots and dispatchers. (Map by National Weather Service)

Four Flight Attendants Hurt by Turbulence Thursday in Separate Incidents

Turbulent skies over the US on Thursday injured four flight attendants on three separate flights.
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American to Add Eight New Routes in the Midwest

American Airlines and US Airways' consolidation continues as American today announced the addition of new routes linking small and medium sized Midwest cities to its hubs.
by Adam Sheinhaus
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JetBlue to Launch Nonstop Martha’s Vineyard Flights

JetBlue on Thursday announced that it would launch daily service to Martha's Vineyard from New York's John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) for the summer 2011 season.
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