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VIDEO – SPECTACULAR ABORTED LANDING OF JET2 BOEING 737

Jet2 B737 aborted landing during Summer storm

After a rocky approach, a Jet2 Boeing 737 touched down for a moment with its rear landing gear, but was forced to abort the landing during a Summer storm earlier this year. Not the season you expect these conditions. Last Summer a storm raged over parts of the UK and The Netherlands with extreme crosswinds

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UNITED REVEALES ITS B737 WITH STAR WARS LIVERY – FLY THE FRIENDLY GALAXY

United B737 Star Wars Livery

HOUSTON, TEXAS – Exciting news for avgeeks and Star Wars fans in the U.S. and around the world; United Airlines has introduced a new special member to its fleet. After ANA, Virgin Atlantic and LATAM, United now also has an aircraft painted in a special Star Wars livery. United joins forces with ‘Star Wars: The

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THE BOEING 737 MAX WILL FLY AGAIN THIS SUMMER

WestJet Boeing 737 MAX 8

SEATTLE – The Boeing 737 MAX will probably fly again in August this Summer. According to the Seattle Times, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) will give permission at the end of May to put the grounded 737 MAX back into service. Due to 2 fatal accidents with the Boeing 737 MAX, the aircraft type was

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NO NEW 737 ORDERS FOR BOEING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 7 YEARS

B737 MAX 8

CHICAGO – For the first time in 7 years Boeing ended a month without new orders for the 737 series. Since March 13 of this year the entire fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft has been grounded, due to 2 tragic accidents within 5 months. On March 10 – this year – a 737 MAX

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EUROPEAN UNION SUSPENDS BOEING 737 MAX FLIGHTS AFTER ETHIOPIA CRASH

Boeing 737 MAX 8

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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