Airbus hasn't seen a single airline order for its double-decker A380 superjumbo airliner this year, and that has the planemaker considering whether to continue to build the airplane. It’s reported that Airbus expects that it will break even on the A380 through 2017, but then the company will have to decide whether to re-engine the airplane or discontinue it entirely. Some things just leave you scratching your head. Such is the case with the recognition of USA Today by the National Press Foundation for their sensationalist articles on general aviation accidents written by Thomas Frank -- and yes, we find this most disappointing. The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft has found the water vapor from comet 67P to be significantly different from that found on Earth. The discovery fuels the debate on the origin of our planet’s oceans. All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Airborne 12.15.14 is chock full of info in this news period ending Monday, December 15th, 2014... Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Ashley Hale, and supported by ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell, Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, and Aero-Journalists Tom Patton, and Earl Downs, this episode covers:
Airbus Mulls Fate Of A380
Sensationalist USA Today Series On Aviation Wins National Award
Rosetta Comet Water Different Than Earth Water
Garmin Announces New Datalink Weather Receiver
AVW: Jetman Aerobatic Formation Flight in Dubai – 4K
FAA Grants STC For New Replacement Battery Boxes For Cessna And Piper
SiriusXM, WSI Introduce In-Flight Weather Solution For iOS Devices
TGI Friday's 'Mistletoe Copter' Tags Photographer
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