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Psycho Tries to Open Jet Door in Air.
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Quick-thinking passengers and crew members managed to subdue a deranged man who tried to open an airplane door thousands of feet in the air on a flight to New York yesterday.

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New Airport Security Policy Outrages American Sikhs
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The largest civil rights organization of American Sikhs has expressed outrage at a new U.S. airport security policy that allows random searches of turbans.


 
 
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FAA tests system created to fight delays
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PHILADELPHIA—Federal officials showcased an experimental air traffic control system that would let pilots see other nearby planes and help prevent gridlock in the skies.

The Federal Aviation Administration hopes the satellite-based navigation system will replace the current land-based system in the coming decades.

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Mississippi Pilot Thought He Was Solo
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Until Constrictor Turned Up in Cockpit.

BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (Associated Press) -- It was no movie moment when a physician, flying himself across Mississippi in a one-seat plane, discovered a stowaway _ a gray rat snake.

Dr. Ed Carruth discovered the snake-on-a-plane when it began "licking" his arm Thursday, he told The Daily Leader of Brookhaven.

 
 
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on Monday, August 27, 2007

    
 


 
First 787 still missing parts
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The first 787 Dreamliner, which Boeing rolled out with great fanfare July 8, is now sitting in the assembly bay in Everett missing big structural pieces — though Boeing says its first flight is just over a month away.

The airplane on display in July appeared complete on the outside. But it was a partially empty shell, and its engines, vertical tail fin and doors were dismantled after the rollout ceremony to allow installation of systems and interiors that had been left undone.

 
 
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on Wednesday, August 22, 2007

    
 


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