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Pilot becomes a hero after safely delivering a baby mid-flight

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A pilot has become a surprise hero after leaving the cockpit mid-flight to deliver a passenger’s baby. Pilots and flight attendants often have to be prepared for the unexpected to happen, like a passenger sending nudes to others onboard or having to fly the plane through a literal hurricane. Recently, a pilot on a VietJet plane rushed into action after a pregnant woman went into labour on his plane during the journey from Taipei in Taiwan to Bangkok in Thailand. According to the New York… (www.indy100.com) More...

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Embraer Secures 133 Aircraft Order With AAL

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Embraer has secured a firm order of 90 ERJ-175 aircraft from American Airlines (with purchase rights of 43 additional aircraft) to help meet the demands of domestic travel. All 133 aircraft will have American Airlines' 76-seat, two class configuration. (embraer.com) More...

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American Bets on 737 MAX With New Order

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The airline announced an order for 260 narrowbody aircraft, including Boeing's yet-to-be-certified 737 MAX 10. (airlinegeeks.com) More...

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Blast from the past: FlightAware’s Terrestrial ADS-B Network

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This blog was posted back in 2021. Since then, we've added many new receivers and have seen increased interest in FlightAware's ADS-B Network. With this in mind we updated some aspects and wanted to reshare the content. In addition, we have new posts in the works that go deeper into the technical aspects of ADS-B engineering at FlightAware, so stay tuned! - Eric T. How It Started In the early 2000s, there was an emergence of a new aircraft surveillance technology known as Automatic… (flightaware.engineering) More...

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American Airlines orders 85 additional A321neos

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Leading US airline American Airlines has placed an order with Airbus for 85 additional Airbus A321neo single-aisle airlines bringing its total order for the type up to 219. (ukaviation.news) More...

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