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Raytheon to sell aircraft unit for $3.3B
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BOSTON - Defense contractor Raytheon Co. plans to sell its aircraft business for $3.3 billion to Hawker Beechcraft Corp., a new company formed by an affiliate of Goldman Sachs and Onex Partners.



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Baby put through airport X-ray
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LOS ANGELES - A woman going through security at Los Angeles International Airport put her month-old grandson into a plastic bin intended for carry-on items and slid it into an X-ray machine.

 
 
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on Friday, December 22, 2006

    
 


 
Pilots in Brazil crash defend actions
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By JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press Writer Fri Dec 15, 10:40 AM ET

NEW YORK - Two pilots whose executive jet collided with a larger jet over the Brazilian jungle, killing 154 people, said Friday they were flying at the altitude assigned by air traffic controllers.

Speaking publicly for the first time about the Sept. 29 crash, Joseph Lepore and Jan Paladino said on NBC's "Today" show that they never saw the larger plane and could not avoid the collision.



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Posted by: YETIV8R
on Saturday, December 16, 2006

    
 


 
Flatulence forces plane to land
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It is considered polite to light a match after passing gas. Not while on a plane.

An American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing Monday morning after a passenger lit a match to disguise the scent of flatulence, authorities said.

The Dallas-bound flight was diverted to Nashville after several passengers reported smelling burning sulfur from the matches, said Lynne Lowrance, spokeswoman for the Nashville International Airport Authority. All 99 passengers and five crew members were taken off and screened while the plane was searched and luggage was screened.

The FBI questioned a passenger who admitted she struck the matches in an attempt to conceal a "body odor," Lowrance said. She had an unspecified medical condition, authorities said.

"It's humorous in a way but you feel sorry for the individual, as well," she said. "It's unusual that someone would go to those measures to cover it up."

The flight took off again, but the woman was not allowed back on the plane. The woman, who was not identified, was not charged in the incident.

  
 
 
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on Wednesday, December 06, 2006

    
 


 
Air Traffic System Crashes in S. Florida
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A computerized air traffic system experienced a temporary outage in South Florida, forcing controllers to ground some flights and resulting in at least four instances in which planes almost came too close together, officials said Tuesday.
 
 
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on Wednesday, December 06, 2006

    
 


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