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Flying on Qatar's A350

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A look inside Qatar's A350 and a review while flying six hours from Toulouse to Doha. (airwaysnews.com) Meer...

Southwest plane wing clipped on its way out of LaGuardia terminal

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Southwest Flight 449 was scheduled to leave LaGuardia Airport in New York on Tuesday when it had a minor run-in with another carrier. The plane's winglet was clipped by an American Airlines plane while on its way from the gate to the runway, according to passengers on the plane and in the terminal. (mashable.com) Meer...

How Cockpit Computers Prejudice Pilots' Performance

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The increasing amount of automation in airliners' cockpits has simplified the job of piloting. Automatic systems are particularly desirable during long cruise phases at steady speeds and altitudes. (www.insidescience.org) Meer...

How to fly on a private jet for under $200 per person

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No security lines or TSA pat downs. Cushy leather seats and legroom for days. Fido curled up right next to you. The perks of flying on a private jet used to be something only the rich and famous enjoyed. But that’s changing — and in some cases, you can fly on a private jet or plane for the cost of coach (or less) if you know how to shop smartly. (MarketWatch) (www.marketwatch.com) Meer...

Analysis: Airbus Likely to Launch A350-1100

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Qatar Airways took delivery of the first Airbus A350-900 yesterday, marking the entry into service (EIS) for Airbus’ first new-build aircraft since the A380 was launched by Singapore Airlines in October 2007. (airwaysnews.com) Meer...

Watch Airbus' mad stunt with $1.5 billion worth of airplanes

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I have to give kudos to Airbus for having the guts to do this using five test A350-900 XWB airplanes, its newest wide-body airliner. I know the stunt was well calculated and the pilots—all of them ex-military aviators—knew exactly what they were doing, but the entire thing still looks reckless. (sploid.gizmodo.com) Meer...