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Comair Says FAA Negligent in Ky. Crash
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. // Comair sued the Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday, saying the agency was negligent in having only one air traffic controller on duty last year when a plane took off from the wrong runway and crashed, killing 49 people.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.


 
 
Posted by: YETIV8R
on Friday, February 23, 2007

    
 


 
Automated air traffic control center to be built in northwest Russia
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KALININGRAD, February 21 (RIA Novosti) - Russia's first automated air traffic control center will be built in the northwest Kaliningrad Region, the air traffic watchdog said Monday.

The $16 million project to construct the air navigation center in Russia's enclave on the Baltic Sea has been designed to increase the capacity of Khrabrovo Airport and ensure flight safety.

"The federal authorities and the regional administration have worked for a long time on the construction of a modern air traffic hub at Khrabrovo Airport, which is to house a dual purpose automated air traffic control center for use not just by civilian aviation," said Alexander Neradko, head of the Federal Air Transportation Agency.

He said the new center, which is scheduled to be built by early 2010, would be followed by another 12 to replace the current 120 centers.

A spokesman for project contractor Almaz-Antei, a defense industry concern of over 40 enterprises, said the center will cover more than one and half hectares.

It will be serviced by two different geographically remote power supply sources and it will have a backup source capable of using diesel fuel and liquefied natural gas.

  
 
 
Posted by: YETIV8R
on Friday, February 23, 2007

    
 


 
Fast-thinking pilot foiled hijack
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TENERIFE, Spain (AP) -- A fast-thinking pilot, with the help of passengers, fooled a gunman who had hijacked a jetliner flying from Africa to the Canary Islands, braking hard upon landing then quickly accelerating to knock the man down so travelers could pounce on him, Spanish officials said Friday.



 
 
Posted by: YETIV8R
on Saturday, February 17, 2007

    
 


 
India: Pilots with poor English risky
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NEW DELHI

India has told 25 foreign commercial pilots, most of them from Eastern Europe or the former Soviet Union, to stop flying over the past year because their poor English posed a safety risk, an official said Thursday.

 
 
Posted by: YETIV8R
on Saturday, February 17, 2007

    
 


 
U.S. plans NYC flight restrictions
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Flight restrictions imposed around Manhattan after New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle crashed his single-engine plane into an apartment tower will be made permanent, government documents indicate.



The plan for the rule change was revealed as the National Transportation Safety Board released papers Monday detailing its investigation of the Oct. 11 crash that killed Lidle and his flight instructor.


 
 
Posted by: YETIV8R
on Tuesday, February 06, 2007

    
 


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