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Gander International Airport in Newfoundland, Canada. A onetime transatlantic refueling stop, the airport has had a varied and interesting history.

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It's an unlikely location for an international airport, but the northeastern tip of this rocky Canadian isle is one of the world's most significant aviation destinations. (www.cnn.com) More...

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30 cancelled Swoop flights leave customers bitter. Will passenger rights coming Monday help?

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The abrupt cancellation of 30 Swoop flights over the first 10 days in July sparked anger and confusion, with some customers paying out-of-pocket to salvage travel plans. New federal air passenger protection regulations, which roll out Monday, aim to cut down on customer confusion by laying out clear compensation amounts and treatment standards for mishaps involving all airlines. But rules covering cancelled and delayed flights won't take effect until December. The regulations also face two… (www.cbc.ca) More...

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Delta Nearly Joined its Rivals in Buying the Troubled Boeing 737 MAX

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Delta Air Lines almost bought the troubled Boeing 737 Max aircraft, which was grounded worldwide earlier this year after its software was implicated in two crashes in five months that killed nearly 350 people. (www.google.com) More...

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These aircraft wrecks were rescued from the ice -- and flew again

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Elleston Trevor referenced this in his 1964 novel, which was later brought to the film, "The Flight of the Phoenix". It's the story of an air crew that, after crash-landing in the Sahara Desert, manages to repair their aircraft and fly to safety. The "Flight of the Phoenix" may have been fiction, but in the real world, aircraft have, on rare occasions, managed to make unlikely, almost miraculous, comebacks. The extreme climatic conditions of some of the world's most… (www.msn.com) More...

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Ryanair drops ‘MAX’ title from nose paint work on its 5th 737 MAX 200

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As Boeing continues to grapple with new software problems on its 737 MAX line, Ryanair has started taking pre-emptive action of its own. (www.gatechecked.com) More...

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American provides an update on the Boeing 737 MAX

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Question: My flight wasn’t scheduled to be on a MAX. Why has it been canceled? (worldairlinenews.com) More...

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Boy slips through Heathrow Security to board British Airways flight to Los Angeles

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Police at Heathrow Airport are investigating how a 12-year-old boy slipped through security and managed to board a British Airways flight to Los Angeles without a ticket or boarding pass. The unaccompanied child, who had no travel documents, mingled with passengers getting on the flight and was only spotted when cabin crew asked to see his boarding pass in order to direct him to his seat. The mystery youngster, who is thought to be Dutch, was not travelling with his parents, and refused to… (www.yahoo.com) More...

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Skydiving plane crash kills nine in Sweden

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Nine people died on Sunday when a plane carrying them for a parachute jump crashed in northern Sweden soon after taking off. (www.bbc.com) More...

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