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VIDEO – MASSIVE BIRDSTRIKE RYANAIR B737 AT BARCELONA AIRPORT

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BARCELONA EL PRAT AIRPORT (BCN) – Early in the morning on May 5, 2018 a Ryanair Boeing 737-800 was almost touching down on runway 25R when a flock of seagulls were hit by the aircraft. A few were ingested in both of the aircrafts engines. It was quite remarkable that the engines weren’t damaged by

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TRUMP SAYS U.S. TO GROUND BOEING 737 MAX 8s AND MAX 9s

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WASHINGTON – U.S. President Donald Trump said that the United States is going to order the grounding of all Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 aircraft after the crash in Ethiopia, that killed 157 people last Sunday. “We are going to be issuing an emergency order of prohibition to ground all flights of the

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U.S. BOEING 737 MAX 8 PILOTS REPORTED NOSEDIVES EARLIER AFTER ENGAGING AUTOPILOT

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According to American media reports, at least 5 U.S. pilots have complained earlier about problems with the automated system of the Boeing 737 MAX 8. Last Sunday a 737 MAX 8 aircraft crashed in Ethiopia, killing 157 people, while a similar accident occured in October last year in Indonesia, killing 189 people. At least 2

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EUROPEAN UNION SUSPENDS BOEING 737 MAX FLIGHTS AFTER ETHIOPIA CRASH

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COLOGNE – The Boeing 737 MAX must remain on the ground throughout the European Union for the time being. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is not taking any risk and suspended all flights today, following the Ethiopia crash last weekend that killed 157 people. Switzerland said that it will follow the EASA. It’s

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AVIATION AUTHORITIES ORDER AIRLINES TO GROUND ALL B737 MAX AIRCRAFT – BOEING WILL DEPLOY SOFTWARE UPGRADE TO THE 737 MAX

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The Boeing 737 MAX is the latest variant of the most successful passenger aircraft ever. Many airlines ordered the fuel-efficient jet. Nevertheless, some serious defects have come to light, since the Lion Air accident in Indonesia from October last year. Several aviation authorities in the world have ordered airlines to ground all Boeing 737 MAX

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