ATRASOS NOS AEROPORTOS

Teterboro, NJ () 15 min15 min
Washington, DC () 15 min15 min
Baltimore, MD () 15 min15 min
Detroit, MI () 53 min53 min
New York, NY () 53 min53 min
New York, NY () 47 min47 min
London, England () 45 min45 min
Newark, NJ () 45 min45 min
Washington, DC () 41 min41 min
Minneapolis, MN () 38 min38 min
Amsterdam () 38 min38 min
London, England () 37 min37 min
Washington, DC ()
Céu pouco nublado
Vento Forte
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Atlanta, GA ()
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Vento Ligeiro
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Chicago, IL ()
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Vento Ligeiro
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Los Angeles, CA ()
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Vento Forte
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Dallas-Fort Worth, TX ()
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Vento Ligeiro
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SQUAWKS

Swiss Says Goodbye to the Avro “Jumbolino”
Swiss International Airlines has retired its last Avro RJ100 regional jet. To mark the occasion, the airline flew the 15-year veteran aircraft on a special final flight between (Mais)
IndiGo denies 13 A-320 NEOs are grounded, but admits 8 non-functional
Budget carrier IndiGo has denied media reports that 13 of its Airbus A-320 New Engine Option (NEO) aircraft are grounded. According to some reports, the airline had grounded t (Mais)
The 'boneyard': Where airlines send old planes to be scrapped
The “boneyard” is the term given to aircraft storage facilities where out-of-use planes are sent to be sold, stored or scrapped. Most are in arid locations. The one here in New (Mais)
Eclipse travel keeps NetJets busy
Columbus-based NetJets, the world’s largest operator of private jets, is seeing a rise in flight bookings through Tuesday, tied to eclipse-viewing trips. (Mais)
One Bird Kills Two Engines
A Eurowings A319 at Stuttgart suffered dual engine failure after a bird was ingested in one and fragments were ingested in the other. The aircraft rejected takeoff. (Mais)
A group of 12 year olds have come up with a cost effective way to help prevent bird strikes
SALT LAKE CITY — A group of four Utah tweens has been nationally recognized for inventing a device to scare away birds from planes. (Mais)