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Problem-plagued plane hits ISIS: F-22 goes into combat

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Washington (CNN) -- The problem-plagued F-22 Raptor took part in its first combat mission Monday night, hitting ISIS targets in Syria. The price tag for those jets, which were in development for decades, is a staggering $412 million each -- triple its expected cost, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO). (www.cnn.com) Mehr...

The Seven Most Annoying Myths About Flying

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From airfares to safety to the roles of the captain and copilot, ASK THE PILOT take a look at seven of the most persistent and irritating myths and quasi-truths about flying. (www.askthepilot.com) Mehr...

Propeller breaks 13,000 feet in the air

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Tim Cassell crash landed his plane in a remote area of the Sierra Nevada and then he spent 18 hours in the cold before being rescued. The pilot took off in his signal-engine Piper Cherokee plane. However, 20 minutes away from his destination and 13,000 feet high above the San Joaquin Valley, the plane's propeller broke in half. (www.ktvu.com) Mehr...

Plane with cracked windshield makes emergency landing in Wichita

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No one was hurt as a passenger plane with a cracked windshield made an emergency landing at Mid-Continent Airport in Wichita. The Express Jet airliner, operating as American Eagle, was en route from Sioux Falls, South Dakota to Dallas, Texas. It was carrying 49 passengers and 3 crew members when the windshield cracked. The pilots diverted to Wichita, and landed safely shortly after 8:30 a.m. It's unclear how the windshield on the CRJ-200 Bombardier became damaged. (www.kake.com) Mehr...

Kids with disabilities become pilots for a day

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CENTENNIAL- A group of Colorado kids with disabilities had the chance to do something most can't say they've never done. With the help of the organization Challenge Air, they got to be pilot for the day, flying high over Centennial Airport. (www.9news.com) Mehr...