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August 10, 2009

47 Forced To Remain Overnight On Regional Jet

Weather, Crew Rest Rules, And Airline Regulations All Played A Role

When an ExpressJet flight from Houston to Minneapolis-St. Paul, on a codeshare with Continental, was diverted due to thunderstorms to Rochester, MN, the weather quickly became the least of the 47 passenger's concerns.

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JAL Reports $1 Billion Loss

Cuts In International Routes Announced With Loss

Japan Airline Corporation says it has lost a billion dollars in the 2nd quarter of 2009, and will slash international routes as a result. 

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More Airport Shenanigans: Not-So-Candid (Or Accurate) Camera...

Many Airport Surveillance Cameras Offer Poor Coverage

Have you ever watched your local TV news, and seen security video from a convenience store that was of such poor quality you'd never be able to recognize the perp?

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Double Trouble? Beware TSA's 'Phase Two'

Not That "Phase One" Was All That Great...

It's that time of year when we start seeing all the back-to-school advertising, but the TSA has another important upcoming date it wants you to keep in mind. This Saturday, August 15th, is the start of Phase II of the program known as Secure Flight.

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Aero-TV: Profiles In Aviation - DeHavilland DH-4M-1

One Of The Many Treasures Of The Evergreen Air Museum

The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum contains innumerable treasures. In addition to being the home of the infamous 'Spruce Goose,' the airplane and helicopter exhibits and the artifact, research library and archive collections form the core of the Museum, yet there is a sense in which they are really only secondary, supportive tools to their mission.

AirVolga To Launch Bombardier CRJ200 Regional Jet Service In Russia

Used Aircraft Purchased To Modernize AirVolga Fleet

Bombardier Aerospace welcomes AirVolga (Volga AviaExpress) of Volgograd, Russia to the CRJ aircraft family. At a news conference Friday in Volgograd, the airline announced that it is preparing to start service with two previously owned CRJ200 LR regional jets acquired from a third party.

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