The New Next-Generation 737-800 Serves Route Between New
Zealand And Australia
Boeing and Qantas celebrated earlier this week as the Australian
airline's 75th 737 arrived in Auckland, New Zealand. Qantas named
the Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 in honor of Jean Batten, a
spirited New Zealand aviator who broke numerous flying records in
Testifies Before The House Aviation Subcommittee On Aviation
Safety And Pilot Training
The Coalition of Airlines Pilots Associations (CAPA) which
represents more than 28,000 commercial pilots nation-wide,
testified before the House Aviation Subcommittee yesterday,
providing statements on pilot fatigue, airline transport pilot's
(ATP) license and other issues highlighted by recent aviation
The Pattillo Brothers Share Their Extraordinary History and Journey to AirVenture
Rarely do a group of Warbird restoration enthusiasts get a chance to honor the brave sacrifice of the veteran pilots for which their planes represent; yet, that is precisely the extraordinary opportunity that became a reality for Bob Baker and his hard-working crew when they brought two legendary WWII pilots, the Pattillo brothers, to EAA AirVenture 2009.
787 Side Body Reinforcements Being Installed In Everett
Reinforcing modifications are underway on the Dreamliner #1
fuselage, as well as the static test airframe, according to a blog
written by Randy Tinseth, vice president of marketing for Boeing
Commercial Airplanes in Seattle.
The FAA has cited O'Hare International Airport for a list of
safety violations it says jeopardizes safety at the airport. In a
"Letter of Correction", the FAA told airport officials that the
airport is out of compliance with federal aviation safety laws.