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Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner: Simply too complex?
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Boeing’s latest setback with its 787 Dreamliner shows just how hard it is to get a plane—based on new technologies—off the ground.

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Man says JetBlue made him sit on toilet
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NEW YORK - A New York City man is suing JetBlue Airways Corp. for more than $2 million because he says a pilot made him give up his seat to a flight attendant and sit on the toilet for more than three hours on a flight from California.

Gokhan Mutlu, of Manhattan's Inwood section, says in court papers the pilot told him to "go 'hang out' in the bathroom" about 90 minutes into the San Diego to New York flight because the flight attendant complained that the "jump seat" she was assigned was uncomfortable, the lawsuit said.

 
 
Posted by: Admin
on Tuesday, May 13, 2008

    
 


 
Passenger Jet Makes 10,000-Foot Climb as Pilot ‘Shows Off’ to Child
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Horrified passengers on a Paris-bound jet claim they suddenly climbed 10,000 feet to avoid another plane because their pilot was "showing off" to a boy who was with him in the cockpit, the U.K.’s Daily Mail reported Tuesday.

The Air France flight had 143 passengers on board when it suddenly veered back and forth at 33,000 feet before climbing rapidly. The crew later announced that the plane had gotten "too close" to another plane, the Mail reported.

Shaun Robinson, 40, of Rossendale, England, told the paper that the jet "rocked and rolled" like a carnival ride and terrified passengers said prayers aloud while children cried.

Air France launched an investigation after several passengers near the front of the plane claimed they saw a French boy, about 13, being escorted into the cockpit.

"The young boy shouldn't have been allowed into the cockpit in the first place," said Robinson, who was on a business trip. "He had a big smile on his face when he came out and the steward ruffled his hair and took him back to his seat."

An Air France spokeswoman told the Daily Mail: "Air France takes these allegations extremely seriously. We are investigating."

Source: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,354320,00.html

  
 
 
Posted by: Admin
on Saturday, May 10, 2008

    
 


 
RAF pilot crash-landed £69million fighter jet after 'forgetting to put the wheels down'
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1st May 2008

An RAF pilot crash-landed a £69million fighter jet at 130mph after apparently forgetting to put the wheels down.

The state-of-the-art Eurofighter Typhoon careered down a runway without its landing gear down and experts are now investigating how the accident could have happened.

The pilot and the co-pilot, from 17 Squadron, were on a training exercised in California and miraculously walked away from the high-speed crash unhurt.

The plane, which has a top speed of 1,500mph, was flying in to the China Lake air base.

A Ministry of Defence spokesman said last night: "The damage to aircraft is still to fully assessed and as a Board of Inquiry has been convened it would not be appropriate to comment further until investigations are complete.

 
 
Posted by: Admin
on Saturday, May 03, 2008

    
 


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