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Loss of separation involving Boeing 737, VH-XZP, and Robinson R44, VH-FOA, Canberra Airport, Australian Capital Territory, 2 June 2017

The ATSB is investigating a loss of separation between a Boeing 737, registered VH-XZP, and a Robinson R44, registered VH-FOA, at Canberra Airport, Australian Capital Territory, on 2 June 2017.
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Test driving the new commuter

Touch-n-Go’s in a 737?

Someone’s gotta do it I guess. Right?

Photo A Day

Cedar River Trail and the Big Birds Beside

Today was overcast but just right for a morning walk along the Cedar River Trail.

The river was flowing gently while reflecting the flowers and trees alongside its banks, 205 more words

Trails And Travels

An avgeek treat: experiencing a takeoff from the cockpit jumpseat

I’ve flown out of Newark International Airport dozens of times, but Tuesday’s departure wasn’t like any of the others. Instead of flying United (or, years ago, Continental), I was on… 506 more words

Travel

Books Kids Will Sit (Or Jump!) For: Dog's Colorful Day Read Alikes

Dog’s Colorful Day: A Messy Story About Colors and Counting is a popular children’s book that works on multiple levels. It’s humorous to see Dog get messier and messier with each accident he gets into, it encourages… 1,458 more words

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Triumph of Chinese Engineering or Western Retread?

This week’s maiden flight of the C919, the mid-range passenger jetliner built by Chinese government-owned airplane manufacturer COMAC, was hailed by Chinese broadsheets as the dawn of a new era of Chinese competitiveness in the world airliner industry. 396 more words

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