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Boeing hypersonic jet could make transatlantic flights for 2 hours

A hypersonic passenger jet could revolutionize air traffic by shortening a transatlantic flight from New York to London from seven hours to two hours. Uh, theoretically that's the case. Boeing is still trying to figure out how this is going to happen, but the aircraft manufacturers have a start date in mind. If the company has its way, it will …

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Spirit Airlines Adds Two New Latin American Flights from IAH

Photo: Bill Montgomery, Houston Chronicle Spirit Airlines 'Airbus A321 leaves runway at Bush Intercontinental Airport Spirit Airlines' Airbus A321 leaves runway at Bush Intercontinental Airport Photo: Bill Montgomery, Houston Chronicle Houston is full of interesting planes. From the Antonov An-225 to the NASA's Super Guppy and the Airbus A350, a plethora of planes and helicopters have recently been seen overhead. …

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Illegal drone flights fly along the US-Mexico border while smugglers search for vulnerabilities

Smugglers use video cameras and small drones to locate vulnerabilities along the Mexico-US border, and the Department of Homeland Security is struggling to stop them. Reports of unmanned aircraft along the southwestern frontier have increased in recent months, with more than three dozen sightings since October, when the current fiscal year began. According to the US Customs and Border Protection …

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Blue Origin says it will sell 2019 tickets for space flights

A test of the New Shepard launcher Image: Blue Origin The private space company Blue Origin announced that next year it will sell suborbital spaceflight tickets to aspiring space tourists. No price was specified, but the company said it would "soon" carry out the first passenger trials of the New Shepard launch system. As Jeff Foust reported in SpaceNews Rob …

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Deltas new policy that prohibits "pit bull-type dogs" as service or emotional support animals on flights attracts anger

Delta Airlines announced on Wednesday that "pit bull-type dogs" used as service animals or animals with emotional support will no longer be allowed to join their owners, according to Business Insider. The new restrictions on the airline's pet policy, which also includes a new limit of one emotional support animal per customer, will come into effect on July 10, Business …

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First direct flights from Chicago to Africa begin next week

A flight scheduled for O & # 39; Hare International Airport on Monday marks the beginning of the first direct flights between Chicago and Africa. The Chicago Department of Aviation and Ethiopian Airlines have launched new three weekly non-stop flights between O & # 39; Hare and Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, in the capital of the East African country, …

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American Airlines Adds Nonstop Flights from Burlington to Chicago

American Airlines' first direct flight from Chicago to Burlington arrives on Thursday, June 7, 2018. Courtesy SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. – The first non-stop American Airlines flight from Chicago landed at Burlington International Airport on Thursday around 15:00 ET. There was a traditional water cannon Salute showered by the airport firetrucks in the celebration. Airport director Gene Richards said in an …

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