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Some Boeing airplanes may just "fall apart" in the air - former company engineer

It seems that Boeing is going through a rough patch. Recently, they have been heavily criticized for safety issues with their airplanes. And there are valid reasons for that. Last week, during the takeoff of a Boeing 737-800 aircraft belonging to So...

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Boeing is in trouble again - a 737 airplane lost an engine cover during takeoff at Denver airport

Fortunately, there were no casualties - all passengers were transferred to another plane, which delivered them to their destination with a 3-hour delay. The Boeing 737-800 aircraft, owned by Southwest Airlines, lost an engine cover during takeoff fro...

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The next-generation Boom XB-1 supersonic airplane has made its maiden flight

The first private supersonic aircraft took to the sky since the Concorde was retired two decades ago. On March 22, the supersonic demonstrator Boom XB-1 completed its first flight at the Mojave Air and Space Port in California. "Today, XB-1 flew in ...

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Google co-founder Sergey Brin has been sued by the widow of a pilot who died in a crash while flying his plane

According to the lawsuit, Brin allegedly tried to "destroy evidence of the crime." An aviation disaster occurred in May 2023 off the coast of California, when pilots Lance MacLean and Dean Rashfeld were delivering Brin's seaplane to Fiji. To transpo...

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Taylor Swift silences student who tracked her plane's data - previously sued by Ilon Musk

Jack Sweeney, who sparked the anger of celebrities and billionaires by creating accounts tracking their private flights, may face a legal challenge again. According to The Washington Post, in December Taylor Swift's attorneys sent a student a letter ...

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The Pentagon will underbid on F-35s again this year - because of software upgrade problems

The TR-3 software package modernization was supposed to take place in April of last year, but is now postponed to the third quarter of 2024. As reported by DefenseOne, on Tuesday Lockheed Martin announced that the Pentagon will once again receive fe...

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