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Transportation: Air Travel

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ABC News

Faced with high labor costs and rising prices for jet fuel, American Airlines parent company AMR filed today for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Once the world’s largest airline, American is deeply in the red, and in recent months its cash reserves have be

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Washington Post

After a $56 billion federal investment in airline security, flying is no safer than it was before the Sept. 11, 2011, attacks and the bare hands of passengers might be the best defense once a terrorist gets on board, two members of Congress said Wedn

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www.eaa.org

Throughout his career, Burt has been extremely disciplined in not revealing details of a new design until it has actually flown. However, he was willing to share with EAA the inspiration for Model 372-3 and how he hopes to use the aircraft.

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wikipedia

It flew using the extra lift generated by the effect of its large wings when close to the surface of the water - about four meters or less.

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Wired

The engineer told the Experimental Aviation Association he is tinkering with a design influenced to some extent by the lakes and rivers of Idaho, where he now lives after spending more than 40 years in the Mojave Desert.

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www.ted.com

A flying car -- it's an iconic image of the future. But after 100 years of flight and automotive engineering, no one has really cracked the problem. Pilot Anna Mracek Dietrich and her team flipped the question, asking: Why not build a plane that you

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Lew Rockwell

Yet another of the TSA’s pedophiles arrested for plying his trade away from the checkpoint, at home on his own time. When will you thugs learn? Yes, it’s your patriotic duty to molest Grammy and Gramps, Mom-to-Be, nuns, priests, honeymooners, buxom l

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InfoWars

The language states that it would be illegal to “convey the impression” that you are representing the TSA, but this interpretation would likely be left to federal prosecutors. In the past, satire was protected under the First Amendment, but it may

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NY Times

Airlines have long been able to remove disruptive passengers from their airplanes. But while in the past only fellow travelers knew what had happened, now social media exposes these disputes to a worldwide audience.

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www.allheadlinenews.com/

The move is part of TSA’s stricter airport security procedures, which included the announcement on Sept. 7 the allocation of $44.8 million for the purchase of 300-millimeter wave Advanced Imaging Technology machines.

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