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France’s President Hollande: ‘No Survivors’ in Germanwings Crash

French leader Fran├žois Hollande announced Tuesday that there were no survivors in the crash of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which went down that morning in a remote area of the Alps in southern France.

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Major European Aerospace Merger Sends Shockwaves Around the Globe

The West Europeans are contemplating handing their independent arms and aerospace companies over to a conglomerate that would bestow on the United States an effective veto over the greater part of Europe’s rival defense industry.

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Boeing Versus Airbus

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Pakistani plane crash
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Pakistani Plane Crash Kills All 152 Aboard

Heavy seasonal rains contributed to the fatal crash of a Pakistani passenger airplane on Wednesday morning near the country’s capital city of Islamabad. Earlier reports that survivors had been found in the wreckage proved not to be true, according to The Washington Post.

Posted on Jul 28, 2010 READ MORE

Sudan crash

Dozens Killed in Sudan Plane Crash

A Sudan Airways passenger jet carrying around 200 people crashed while landing at the Khartoum airport late Tuesday, skidding off the runway during stormy weather, catching fire and splitting in half. Dozens of people on the craft were reported killed after earlier estimates placed the toll much higher.

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Europe’s Hijack-Proof Plane

Airbus, Siemens and dozens of other European companies are working on a system that would reroute control of hijacked aircraft to the ground.  The system would then safely land the plane at the nearest airport.

Posted on Jul 26, 2006 READ MORE

Airbus A380
From The Guardian

World’s Largest Airliner Has Bar, Lounge, Shopping Area

The Airbus A380, the world’s largest airliner, touched down for the first time at London’s Heathrow Airport on May 18. It can carry 800 passengers, nearly 400 more than the Boeing 747. It has a lounge, fully reclining bed-chairs, a shopping area and a bar.

Posted on May 18, 2006 READ MORE

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