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World’s biggest passenger jet lands in U.K.
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Airbus tests whether Europe’s busiest airport ready for superjumbo

People watch the landing of an Airbus A-380-841 aircraft at the exhibition ground of the ILA 2006 Berlin Air Show Berlin's Schoenefeld airport May 17, 2006. The ILA 2006 Berlin Air Show runs until May 21, 2006.

The world’s biggest passenger jet, the Airbus A380, lands at London’s Heathrow Airport Thursday to test whether Europe’s busiest airport can handle the massive airliner.

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Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Thursday, May 18, 2006


Indonesia Bans Imports of Boeing 737-200
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JAKARTA (AFX) - Indonesian airlines are not allowed to import Boeing 737-200 aircraft for safety reasons following a number of accidents involving such planes, Investor Daily reported citing Transportation Minister Hatta Radjasa.

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Thursday, May 11, 2006


Airbus to build new rival to Boeing 787
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Published May 11, 2006

TOULOUSE, France -- Airbus SAS, acknowledging that the proposed redesign of the A350 plane is a failure, plans to spend $10 billion to develop a new 300-seat plane, said three people with direct knowledge of the matter.

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Thursday, May 11, 2006


Ground Effect Vehicles
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"A concept aircraft currently under development at Boeing’s Phantom Works Research and Development unit might be the largest airplane to ever fly, but it won’t set any altitude records. Its called the Pelican and it would have a normal cruising altitude of only twenty feet because it uses the concept of ground effect to achieve lift.

Full Story.

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Friday, April 28, 2006


Final Boeing 717 leaves factory
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Boeing Co. has completed manufacturing on its final 717, the final commercial model to be built in California, once the nation's center for airplane construction.


Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Monday, April 24, 2006


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