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FAA Investigating Air Canada Flight that Almost Landed on Crowded Taxiway

The Airbus 320 performed a go-around after the pilot mistook the taxiway at San Francisco International Airport for the runway.

Air Canada Flight AC759 landed at San Francisco International Airport shortly after midnight on Saturday, July 8, approximately 54 minutes late on its journey from Toronto. While the passengers may have been a little irritated by the tardiness, they probably didn’t know at the time just how close they came to being involved in an accident that one former airline pilot told the Mercury News could have been “the greatest aviation disaster in history.”

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Air Show Legend Sean Tucker Will Retire from Solo Flying after 2018

sean-tuckerThe 65-year-old icon isn’t closing the hangar door for good, though, as he plans to create a formation flying team.

Having just wrapped up another wild and exciting performance with Team Oracle at the Vectren Dayton Air Show in Ohio, Sean Tucker will spend the next month, like most of us, preparing for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. And while Tucker has been electrifying fans with his aerobatic routines for more than 40 years, these performances will become a little more exciting in the coming months, because of the news that Tucker will retire from solo flying after the 2018 season.

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NATCA Supports AIRR Act

atc_supportBill Shuster's bill gets a strong endorsement from the air traffic control group.

After weeks of wondering which way front line controllers might lean in the recently energized air traffic control debate, NATCA President Paul Rinaldi said this afternoon that the National Air Traffic Controllers Association stands behind the 21st Century Aviation Innovation, Reform and Reauthorization Act originally published by House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-PA). Rinaldi said support came in part, because “…The bill fully aligns with NATCA’s policies, practices, and core principles … [and] protects our workforce, including pay, benefits, retirement, and collective bargaining rights.”

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