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Line mechanics feel obliged to neglect potential safety issues

Airline mechanics say they feel compelled by management to look away when they see potential safety issues in aircraft, reveals an eight-month survey conducted by CBS News. In some cases, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has agreed to these mechanics…. Continue Reading →

The future of the Airbus A380 on the line while Emirates is considering an A350 switch

A year after Airbus SE won what appeared to be a vital order for its A380 two-story aircraft, the future of the flagship program is at stake again. The Gulf of Emirates company could convert some or all of its… Continue Reading →

How to take the new TEXRail suburban line from Fort Worth to Dallas Love Field Airport

Since the new TEXRail commuter train service opened earlier this month, there has been much talk about the fact that it was convenient to travel from many areas of northern Tarrant County to New York. DFW airport. But what about… Continue Reading →

Repairs still underway on the line of MARTA airport after the derailment

0 Repairs still underway on the line of MARTA airport after the derailment ATLANTA – Repair crews are still working on MARTA lanes leading to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, forcing passengers to take a bus bridge from College Park to the… Continue Reading →

Airbus announces the first work of a new assembly line at Mobile

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed special advocate Robert Mueller and remains his most visible patron of the Department of Justice, is expected to step down shortly after William Barr was confirmed Attorney General, Wednesday announced a person aware… Continue Reading →

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