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National Air Cargo’s 747 Literally Falls Out Of The Sky – VIDEO

*DISCLAIMER * IF YOU HAVE A FEAR OF FLYING I URGE YOU TO SKIP THIS POST* Yesterday afternoon, at approximately 3:30pm (UTC +0430),  National Air Cargo flight NCR 102 lifted off from Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan to Dubai’s Al Maktoum International Airport, on a routine cargo flight. Flight NCR 102, a Boeing 747-428BCF (N949CA), operating…

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FAA Allows Aircraft With Known Engine Problem To Keep Flying

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 30/11/2009 – FAA Allows Aircraft With Known Engine Problem To Keep Flying Just over a year ago I wrote about a US Federal Agency responsible for protecting airline passengers failing to do the responsible thing by grounding aircraft with a known potentially catastrophic in this post: 16/10/2008 – NTSB Finds…

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