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  1. Mike Juliet Sierra

    F35 vertical landing 😎

  2. Mike Juliet Sierra

    Fighter jets insane low passes

    awesome...
  3. Mike Juliet Sierra

    All Nippon Airways to announce direct Perth-Tokyo flights

    WA’s struggling tourism sector could get a $300 million boost with the State Government set to secure a deal with a major Japanese airline for direct flights between Perth and Tokyo. While the Government remains tight-lipped about the deal, an industry source in Tokyo has confirmed that All...
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    WORLD’S BEST AIRLINES FOR 2019

    The world’s best airlines for 2019 have been named by AirlineRatings.com, the world’s only safety and product rating website, and the airline of the year is Singapore Airlines. Singapore just nudged out Air New Zealand, Qantas Airways and Qatar Airways. AirlineRatings.com Editor-in-Chief...
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    Cleaning chemical residue caused Qantas mid-air engine failure

    RESIDUE from cleaning chemicals on the engine blades of a Qantas A380 was behind a frightening engine shutdown that caused a loud bang and forced the plane to circle back to Los Angeles, aviation authorities say. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has handed down its final report into the...
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    Cathay Pacific CX354 Gatwick to Hong Kong - 12/10/18

    Check out the video I put together from part of my flight radar and ATC screen captures...
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    VIRGIN ATLANTIC OPERATES FIRST-EVER COMMERCIAL FLIGHT FUELLED BY RECYCLED INDUSTRIAL CARBON

    The Boeing 747 flying Virgin Atlantic’s flight #16 today from Orlando to London Gatwick will be powered by a unique sustainable jet fuel that’s recycled from carbon-containing waste gases from industries like steel mills. The result is a product that has proven at least as powerful as regular...
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    Qantas sees lucrative flying boom from Toowoomba pilot school

    Qantas could be making serious money from training pilots within just a few years, according to its boss Alan Joyce, who has pointed to the super-size earnings universities make from foreign students as a guide for the potential financial boon in meeting global demand for skilled aviators. The...
  9. Mike Juliet Sierra

    A350 Engine Shutdown Spurs Design Fears

    The captain of the Iberia flight from New York to Madrid made an emergency landing in Boston 1 1/2 hours after takeoff when a technical failure was detected, the airline said Wednesday. The plane landed safely and engineers are currently evaluating the problem. The incident with the Trent XWB...
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    Singapore to New York non-stop flight a hit, says travel agents

    SINGAPORE Airlines’ new non-stop flight to New York is proving very popular, according to travel agents. The first Airbus A350-900ULR for the service will be delivered to Singapore Airlines next month and passengers can select either business class or premium economy seats. The service starts...
  11. Mike Juliet Sierra

    The world's safest – and least safe – airlines

    Qantas and Virgin Australia are among the 20 safest airlines on Earth, according to an annual ranking of the world's biggest carriers. The website AirlineRatings.com assessed 409 major airlines before delivering its verdict, taking into account previous incidents, the average age of their...
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    Just one overheated laptop battery could down a plane, study shows

    A single personal electronic device that overheats and catches fire in checked luggage on an airliner can overpower the aircraft's fire suppression system, potentially creating a fire that could rage uncontrolled, according to new government research. Regulators had thought that single lithium...
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    'You should love your job and shut your mouth’: Inside Australia’s aviation industry

    IT SEEMS like the dream job: flying over the pristine Ningaloo Reef, weaving through vast canyons in the Kimberley and giving tourists an adventure they won’t forget. But underneath that scenic backdrop, general aviation pilots are crying out for help, saying they are overworked, underpaid and...