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The event on the 4th of July will discontinue flights at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

The Federal Aviation Administration announced on Tuesday that operations at Ronald Reagan's Washington National Airport will be interrupted between 6:15 pm. and 19:45 ET to allow a ceremonial flying over of military aircraft. The runways are also closed at 21.00. until 21:45 ET for the annual fireworks, which is not connected to Trump's "Salute to America". Such a closure is …

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Libya: Haftar forbids flights, boats from Turkey | Libya News

Libya's rogue military commander Khalifa Haftar has banned commercial flights from Libya to Turkey and ordered his forces to attack Turkish ships and interests in the country, said spokesman Ahmed al-Mismari. Turkey supports the United Nations-approved government of Libya's National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli, which on Wednesday declared Gharyan a strategic city south of the capital, by Haftar's self-proclaimed Libyan …

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United Airlines Suspends Newark-Mumbai Flights Over Iran Airspace Concerns

United Airlines has suspended its flights from Newark to Mumbai. (File) The United States Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday issued an order for emergency or prohibition. The order New York's Newark airport and Mumbai, United Kingdom, flying through Iranian airspace, following a high-altitude US surveillance drone. United States Iran airspace after a "thorough safety and security review". A United States …

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Ants conquer United Airlines flights from Italy to Newark

Passengers aboard a United Airlines flight from Italy to New Jersey were intercepted thanks to an invasion of ants in the cabin. The six-legged insects spilled out of a pocket in the overhead compartment and scurried in whatever direction, "a series of tweets on the scary-crawling puzzle say. and ants ants run out and in every direction. Charlotte Burns tweeted …

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Mitsubishi expects more comfortable regional flights with the new SpaceJet

Mitsubishi's new mid-range aircraft, the SpaceJet Mitsubishi Mitsubishi Aircraft is nearing the launch of the first Japanese-made aircraft in more than half a century: the SpaceJet. The Japanese Airplane The manufacturer, a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries unit, now needs regulators and customers to get on board. Prior to the Paris Air Show, Mitsubishi unveiled the retro-futuristic new brand name on Thursday …

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Helicopter pilot crashed on a Manhattan skyscraper that is not approved for bad-weather flights, FAA officials say

NEW YORK CITY – The helicopter pilot who died when his vehicle crashed on a New York City skyscraper on Monday received no permit to fly in bad weather. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires pilots to have an instrument rating in adverse weather conditions, and pilot Timothy McCormack did not have that rating, FAA officials told Fox News on Tuesday. …

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United Airlines will cancel more Boeing 737 Max flights

The airline estimates that around 2,400 flights will be canceled in June and July, much of the busy summer travel season. "We will only put our customers and employees in this plane if the regulators judge for themselves it is safe to do so," United said in a statement. The company added that it will continue to try to automatically …

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