B N Sullivan

@AircrewBuzz

Aviation news for crews. Also cover breaking news about natural disasters and severe weather near major aviation hubs.

Hawaii & Colorado, USA
Joined December 2008

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    Feb 15

    Four deicing trucks work to prepare a Singapore Airlines A380 for departure in Zurich. © GeDo Photography

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    Feb 15

    incidents just keep happening. and are looking at a helicopter crash Wed in South Carolina that occurred after a pilot apparently tried to evade a small drone.

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    Feb 15

    ICYMI Watch more than 500 aircraft leave the Minneapolis area in the 24 hours after the :

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    Air Force 2019 budget will grow pilot training pipeline as service fights severe shortage via

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    Feb 15

    American A332 near Fond du Lac on Feb 14th 2018, severe turbulence injures flight attendant

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    Why Twilight Can Be a Complicated Time for Pilots via

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  7. Feb 15

    EagleRay amphibious fixed-wing drone is at home in sea or sky | New Atlas

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  8. Feb 15

    Teamster Pilots Ratify Contract Extension at Republic Airline

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    Feb 15

    Our sights are set on returning humans to the Moon! We’re planning new opportunities in lunar orbit in the 2020s that would provide the foundation for human exploration deeper into the solar system. Details on our plan:

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    Feb 15

    UIA B735 near Kiev on Jan 22nd 2018, uncommanded engine shut down, engine restarted

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    Feb 15

    A Falcon 9 rocket will launch on Feb. 17 at . The rocket will carry a radar observation satellite. This launch is licensed by . .

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    We all know that takeoffs are optional, but landings are mandatory. Once you're airborne, your only option is to finish the "race." So, to prevent a loss of control, use these 6 basic steps to mitigate your risks and become the next American Ninja Pilot!

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    RT : that a satellite can weigh as little as 1 kg? Learn more about CubeSats: .

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    Drones are helping scientists fight extinction via

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