It is both the most "fun," and most difficult task, facing the
ANN staff at the end of every year -- determining who, or what, did
the most to promote the cause of aviation in the past 365 days...
while also chastizing those who did all they could to undermine the
successes the aerospace community has managed to accomplish.
A situation where the flame in a jet engine goes kaput. The problem
can be caused by numerous factors too much fuel, too little fuel,
too little air, sucking in a foreign object (which can cause more
than just a flameout).
"Over the past 24 hours we have been working with our
airline partners to find an acceptable way forward. We wish to
reassure passengers that every effort is being made to ensure to
that a normal service is resumed at Bristol International as soon
as possible. The safety of our passengers is, as always, of
Source: Tony Hallwood, aviation development
director for Bristol International Airport, after nine airlines
stopped service to the British airport Saturday over concerns about
the safety of the facility's runway.