Scott Carson Named New President Of Boeing Commercial
Over the past several years, Alan Mulally oversaw a business
turnaround at Boeing's Commercial Airplane operation... a fact
surely not lost on beleaguered automaker Ford Motor Company, who in
a surprise move Tuesday named Mulally as its new chief executive
Representatives with JetDirect Aviation, LLC tell ANN the
national private jet services firm is growing its network with its
most recent acquisition -- of Spirit Aviation Inc., a leading
aircraft charter, sales and maintenance provider based in Van Nuys,
Program Offers Fuel At Cost, Distance-Based Pricing
Raytheon-owned fractional ownership operation Flight Options,
LLC told ANN Tuesday the company is launching a new purchase and
use program, intended to deliver up to a 15 percent increase in
value for customers through access to more hours or savings on long
An inflight breakup was not to blame for an April 2005 accident
involving a Lockheed P-3B Orion aerial firebomber near Chico, CA.
That's the ruling of the National Transportation Safety Board,
which issued its Probable Cause report on the accident last
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Held On Plane For 10 Hours... Without Leaving State
It normally takes about eight hours to get from Minneapolis-St.
Paul to London Gatwick aboard Northwest Airlines Flight 44. But 10
hours after the plane left Minneapolis-St. Paul Saturday night...
the 255 passengers on board were still in Minnesota.
Passengers, flight crews, and security officials are all still a
bit tense after last month's discovery of a plot to bomb commercial
flights over the Atlantic. But now, folks on the ground are getting
into the act as well.