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Tag Archive | "American Airlines"

Boeing Knew About 737 MAX Problems with Sensor and Warning Light Failure Before 2 Deadly Crashes

Boeing didn’t disclose to airlines or federal regulators that a warning light wasn’t working until after one of two plane crashes. Boeing reported Sunday May 5, 2019 in a press conference that the company discovered after airlines had been flying its 737 MAX aircraft for several months that a warning light integrated with MCAS (Maneuvering […]

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Flying the Boeing 737 Max 8: An American Airlines Pilot’s View from Inside the Cockpit, Explains MCAS System Connected to 2 Crashes

Capt. Dennis Tajer of American Airlines and the Allied Pilots Association explains what it’s like to fly the Boeing 737 Max 8, and why a new flight control system was a surprise to pilots. That system could have played a role in two recent Max 8 crashes (Washington Post). Pilots were once told that they […]

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Engine Turbine Disc Failure: NTSB Releases Cause of American Airline Flight 383 Jet Engine Fire at O’Hare; Outlines Crew and Passenger Response and Evacuation Failures

The NTSB released a probable cause of disc failure for the engine fire that forced an American Airlines jet to abort takeoff at O’Hare in 2016, but the more important lessons learned involved crew and passenger communications and evacuation. CAUSE OF ENGINE FIRE: NTSB: A very rare failure of a turbine disc cause the engine […]

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VIDEO: American Airlines Flight 383 Fire from O’Hare Airport Fire Trucks; NTSB Meeting One Week from Today

Crash Truck Dash Cam #2: AA 383 Engine Fire at O’Hare On October 28, 2016, at 2:32 p.m. CDT, a Boeing 767-300 (registration N345AN), scheduled as American Airlines flight 383 bound for Miami, Florida experienced an uncontained right engine failure and subsequent fire during its takeoff ground roll on runway 28R at Chicago O’Hare International […]

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Cargo Jet and Passenger Jet Burn on the Same Day in Fort Lauderdale and Chicago

Fort Lauderdale International Airport was shut down for several hours when a FedEx cargo plane caught fire after its landing gear collapsed. A FedEx cargo plane caught fire about 5:50 p.m. ET on a runway at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The fire caused the airport to shut down for several hours, the Federal Aviation Administration […]

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American Airlines Flights Downed Due to “Technical Issues” or Connectivity Issues

American Airlines grounded flights at three of their busiest airports after a technical glitch Thursday afternoon. Flights resumed around 2:15 after what American Airlines is calling “connectivity” issues. All domestic flights departing from Dallas-Fort Worth, Chicago O’Hare and Miami had been halted. Federal Aviation Administration first reported the outage reporting that the cause of the […]

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American Airlines Flight Attendant Rants About AA Bankruptcy; Says Plane Is Going To Crash at Dallas Fort Worth

An American Airlines female flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 2332 is reported to have disrupted a flight in the cabin using the public address system to announce words about the American Airline bankruptcy and saying that the plane was going to crash. The flight attendant was surrounded, tackled and subdued by passengers in the […]

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Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Expected to Be Back to Normal by Mid-week

Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge: Southwest Airlines at 100% operation on Sunday. Flights partially resumed out of Lambert Airport Sunday after the area’s most powerful tornado in decades caused significant damage there. The airport expects all 256 daily departures to be back on schedule by the middle of the week.

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