FlightAware Updated Software? My planes are moving!
SubmittedThis must be something new because the planes never moved across the screen before. No I haven't been hitting the sauce, yet! lol But I sat down to check activity at KMSP and I'm watching the plane icons moving in almost real time. Did I miss an story about Flightaware updating its software? either way I think it's really cool. Nice job Flightaware! :) (flightaware.com) More...
Anyone else notice new FlightAware updates?
SubmittedMust be the next phase for Flight Tracker. Lots of flight paths going on on my tracker tonight. Seems to to be a bit more colorful too. Anyone else noticing this? (flightaware.com) More...
View from 35,000 feet: Why we love window seats
SubmittedBoarding may be a mess, the carry-on bags out of control, and your fellow passengers behaving badly. But ah, the thrill of the window seat. For many people, no matter how annoying flying gets, the view from 35,000 feet still has charms to soothe the traveler’s soul. (overheadbin.msnbc.msn.com) More...
Man leaves jail, boards flight without ticket
SubmittedA man released from jail on Memorial Day wound up boarding a plane without a ticket on Tuesday, San Diego Harbor Police said. United Airlines flight 6323 was bound for Los Angeles from San Diego International Airport when flight attendants counted an extra passenger aboard the plane. (overheadbin.msnbc.msn.com) More...
Behind-The-Scenes: Your Bag's Journey On Delta
SubmittedWatch where your bags go after they pass through those black rubber flaps at the airport. (www.youtube.com) More...
Man Jumps From Air Asia Jet As Aircraft Rolls For Take Off.
SubmittedA 24 year-old man was arrested for jumping out of an AirAsia flight as it was taxiing for takeoff last Friday. The AirAsia plane was getting ready to takeoff and was starting its roll down the runway when the young man, only indentified as “Chong”, opened the emergency door which automatically deployed the emergency slide. He then slid down the chute. (airnation.net) More...
Model 40 to 787: Boeing passenger planes
SubmittedThe Boeing Model 40 was the company's first passenger plane. It carried mail and up to two passengers. Pretty cool to look at Boeing's passenger aircraft from the beginning. (www.heraldnet.com) More...
World's largest plane, the Antonov 225, makes a Twin Cities stop
SubmittedAttention all Twin Cities photographers!! The An-225 is here through Wednesday, now's your chance to get some really good photo's!!! (www.startribune.com) More...
National Aviation Day - August 19th
SubmittedSunday, August 19th, is National Aviation Day. And while its not a national holiday, what better reason to get your bird out of the barn and go fly. The day was first proclaimed in 1939 by President Franklin Roosevelt. It is not surprisingly also the birthday of Orville Wright, who made history as the firts person to fly a heavier-than-air machine under its own power. We're all very familiar with that famous 12-second, 120-foot flight on the dunes of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina on December… (www.aero-news.net) More...
Pilots worry about safety of allowing domestic drones in US skies
SubmittedAirline pilots and privacy rights activists are fretting over a provision of the FAA funding bill passed by Congress that would open up the U.S. skies to drones for law enforcement and other domestic use. The Senate late Monday passed a bill authorizing $63.4 billion for the Federal Aviation Administration over four years. The House passed the bill last week, and it now goes to President Barack Obama for his signature. (usnews.msnbc.msn.com) More...
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