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Two Deceased After Oshkosh Opening Day Plane Crash

A fatal crash occurred during the opening morning of the 2024 EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI. According to remarks made by EAA CEO Jack Pelton before his opening day press conference at the event, the aircraft crashed approximately two miles south of the airport. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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Lynden Air Cargo pursues exemption to airdrop pallets from 500 feet

Lynden Air Cargo flies non-traditional missions to small and remote airfields. Now it can delivery pallets from the sky. (www.freightwaves.com) More...

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Aviation enthusiasts descend on Oshkosh ahead of EAA AirVenture

OSHKOSH (WLUK) -- Ahead of a week full of everything aviation -- pilots and enthusiasts have been making their way to the EAA AirVenture grounds at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh. With thousands of aircraft expected, it's the busiest time of year for air traffic controllers. Away from the EAA grounds, the FAA's approach control tower in the Town of Fisk help pilots get lined up for landing at the airport. "The vast majority of aircraft come in over this spot, where the… (fox11online.com) More...

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Japan Airlines Orders Up to 20 More Boeing 787 Dreamliners

Japan Airlines (JAL) announced on July 22 an agreement to purchase up to 20 additional Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Valued for their market-leading efficiency and range, the 787s are crucial for JAL’s international routes to North America, Asia, and India. The deal includes 10 firm orders for 787-9s with options for 10 more, augmenting JAL’s current fleet of over 50 of these popular widebody jets. (airguide.info) More...

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US FAA probes latest Southwest Airlines flight that posed safety issues

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Saturday it is investigating a Southwest Airlines flight after it flew at a very low altitude over Tampa Bay, Florida, the most recent in a series of incidents raising safety questions. The July 14 flight by a Southwest Boeing 737 MAX that had departed from Columbus, Ohio, was approximately 3 miles (5 km)from the Tampa airport when it dropped to as low as about 175 feet (53 meters), according to Flightradar24 data. An air traffic controller alerted… (www.msn.com) More...


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