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Boeing Earns 330 Minute ETOPS Certification For 787

The Boeing Company says the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved additional extended operations (ETOPS) for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner on 28 May 2014. The action will permit 787s to be operated up to 330 minutes from a landing field, according to the manufacturer.

Amazon Prime Air Drone Tests Dodge FAA Regulations

Amazon Prime Air Drone Tests Dodge FAA Regulations: Amazon has unveiled a drone or UAV/UAS-based rapid local delivery system using what appears to be a radio controlled (RC) multicopter in an octocopter configuration. Still experimental, the company says, “the goal of this new delivery system is to get packages into customers’ hands in 30 minutes or less using unmanned aerial vehicles.”

Eurocopter EC-135 T2 Helicopter Crashes In Scotland

A Eurocopter EC-135 T2 police helicopter has crashed into a crowded pub called the Clutha, in Glasgow, Scotland. The accident is reported to have occurred at 10:25 pm, local time, 29 November 2013, in an area described as Stockwell Street located on the banks of the River Clyde.

Area 51 Is Real Says CIA

Infamous Groom Lake, also known as Area 51, has finally been officially acknowledged as real by the US CIA. Long the most incredible of national security denials and “no comments,” the complex of buildings and runways, extensively documented by satellite imagery, litigation, television shows, movies and enthusiasts, is finally the acknowledged base of operational testing for the beginnings of the Lockheed U-2 reconnaissance aircraft program.

Asiana Boeing 777 Plane Crash At San Francisco

Asiana Airlines Flight 214, a Boeing 777, has been involved in a plane crash at San Francisco International Airport. Published reports indicate the aircraft crashed and caught fire after touchdown. Apparently the plane was on a flight from Seoul, South Korea. (Updated)

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