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AvTalk Episode 276: Wait, who?s cleared for takeoff!?

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, Boeing agrees to plead guilty to felony charges, the NTSB issues its preliminary report on the Southwest Airlines flight that experienced ?Dutch roll,? and two CRJ-900s come closer than they should have in Syracuse. Plus, a pair of Air India Express engine problems, Delta and Riyadh Air?s surprising new [?]

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2024-07-12
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AvTalk Episode 275: The NTSB puts Boeing in timeout

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, what Boeing did to earn a sanction from the NTSB. What the weekend may hold for Boeing?s legal troubles. Boeing and Airbus agree to deals to acquire Spirit Aerosystem?s operations. And Air Europa flight 45 experiences turbulence bad enough to toss a passenger into the ceiling space above the [?]

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2024-07-05
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AvTalk Episode 274: International trash balloons

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, Boeing, Airbus, and Spirit Aerosystems near a deal to bring Spirit back into the Boeing fold. Another Southwest 737 flew too low, this time in Oklahoma City. The NTSB releases its preliminary report on UA28?s uncontained engine failure on 14 May. And Seoul?s Incheon Airport was closed for a [?]

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2024-06-28
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AvTalk Episode 273: Congress, Dutch roll, and bad titanium

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun is back in front of Congress. A trio of stories involving Southwest Airlines, including an apparent incidence of Dutch roll, a roller coast ride off the coast of Hawaii, and a system on the CFM LEAP engines that pilots apparently didn?t know about. And investigators [?]

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2024-06-22
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AvTalk Episode 272: Reduced separation

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, Air India and IndiGO A320neos come close enough for authorities to open an investigation. We detail the sequence of events and why this incident received any attention at all. The NTSB released two final reports this week, detailing the probable cause of two near collisions in New York and [?]

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2024-06-14
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AvTalk Episode 271: Boeing?s plan to fix itself

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, Jason flies from Germany to New York just to record the podcast and you can barely tell he?s been awake for nearly 24 hours. And in the news, Boeing provides the FAA its plan for renewed engineering excellence, the IATA annual general meeting takes place in Dubai with plenty [?]

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2024-06-07
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AvTalk Episode 270: Coming to an airplane near you, news from AIX 2024

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, investigators in Singapore release their preliminary findings for the turbulence encountered by SQ321. And Jason is joined by Seth Miller in Hamburg as we review the news from this year?s Aircraft Interiors Expo to see what innovations could be coming to an airplane near you in the a few [?]

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2024-05-31
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AvTalk Episode 269: Extreme turbulence

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, we discuss the extreme turbulence encountered by Singapore Airlines? flight SQ321 that led to the death of one passenger and serious injuries to dozens of others. We also focus on how media reporting got the story wrong for so long. We also discuss the crash of the helicopter carrying [?]

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2024-05-24
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AvTalk Episode 268: Not-so-deferred prosecution?

On this episode of AvTalk, the US Department of Justice finds Boeing violated the terms of its 2021 deferred prosecution agreement and Congress passes the FAA reauthorization and we dig in to see what?s inside. Plus IndiGo could expand its fleet even further with an order for 100 regional aircraft. Thank you for listening! Thank [?]

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2024-05-17
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AvTalk Episode 267: Falsifying records

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, employees at Boeing?s 787 assembly facility in South Carolina were falsifying inspection records. Spirit Aerosystems loses nearly as much in the first quarter of 2024 as it did in all of 2023, Alaska Airlines gets some Boeing store credit, and Emirates announces where it will send its new A350s [?]

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2024-05-10
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AvTalk Episode 266: A new challenger emerges

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, we learn that Embraer is considering a challenge to the Airbus-Boeing duopoly with a new mainline single-aisle aircraft of its own. Indigo orders up to 100 Airbus A350s, while Airbus navigates Boeing?s potential purchase of Spirit Aerosystems and what that means for the A350 fuselage sections and A220 wings [?]

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2024-05-03
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AvTalk Episode 265: Scott Bateman?s Hercules

On this week?s episode, we welcome current commercial pilot and former RAF captain Scott Bateman to discuss his new book, Hercules: First in. Last Out. The story of an RAF legend. Listen now to find out how to enter to win a copy of Scott?s book. We also discuss a pair of runway incursion incidents last [?]

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2024-04-26
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AvTalk Episode 264: Stolen gold and expensive eels

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, escalating retaliatory attacks between Iran and Israel and their effects on global air travel, congressional hearings sharpen the focus on Boeing?s problems, and United Airlines makes big changes to its order book. Plus, we?ve got stolen gold, expensive eels, and a unique competition. Thank you for listening! Thank you [?]

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2024-04-19
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AvTalk Episode 263: Another whistle blows

Thousands of extra planes take to the skies and New Jersey experiences an earthquake. And that?s just through Monday this week. We then hear from a fresh whistleblower at Boeing who alleges that some 787 and 777 aircraft could experience structural failures. Plus, the NTSB issues its preliminary report on the United flight that went [?]

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2024-04-12
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AvTalk Episode 262: Striking for the right to strike

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, a plane crash lands and then crashes into another plane that crashed a few months earlier. Pratt and Whitney may have a new problem on their hands. The FAA?s mental health panel makes its recommendations. And the French pilot union is calling for a strike to protest a proposed [?]

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2024-04-05
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AvTalk Episode 261: How the aviation industry is reacting to GPS spoofing

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, we welcome AIN Media Group editor-in-chief Matt Thurber to discuss how the aviation industry is reacting to GPS spoofing and jamming. Plus, major leadership changes at Boeing could take the company in a new direction. And the FAA continues to clamp down, this time taking a closer look at [?]

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2024-03-29
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AvTalk Episode 260: Beware the chair

On this episode of AvTalk, an update on the inflight upset experienced by a LATAM 787, the problem with popular media?s hyper focus on aviation incidents, and we dig in to the report detailing what actually happened when an errant flight plan shut down UK airspace last August. Plus, we discuss Flightradar24?s new GPS jamming [?]

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2024-03-22
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AvTalk Episode 259: Asleep at the sidestick

On this episode of AvTalk, Batik Air pilots asleep on the flight deck, a LATAM flight experiences an inflight upset, and Boeing?s problems only seem to be getting bigger. Batik Air pilots were asleep for nearly 30 minutes during their flight to Jakarta. Over the sea between Australia and New Zealand, a LATAM flight experienced [?]

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2024-03-15
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AvTalk Episode 258: With respect to documentation

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, JetBlue and Spirit walk away, American Airlines adds to its order book, and the NTSB isn?t pleased with Boeing. JetBlue and Spirit call it quits JetBlue and Spirit agreed to terminate their merger agreement, deciding that it would be impossible to meet regulatory conditions by the time their agreement [?]

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2024-03-08
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AvTalk Episode 257: 30 minutes of bad decisions

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, following a highly critical report by a panel of aviation safety experts, the FAA gives Boeing 90 days to explain how its going to get its act together. We review a collection of aviation safety reports, including the final report on PK8303. And a TCAS incident between Qatar and [?]

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2024-03-01
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AvTalk Episode 256: A bad day in Belgrade

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, a Marathon Airlines E195 operating for Air Serbia strikes the ILS array on departure, rogue ATC on the radio over Somalia, Air Canada fire its chatbot, and updates from this year?s Singapore Airshow. Marathon Airlines E195 hits ILS antennas on departure A Marathon Airlines E195 operating for AirSerbia struck [?]

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2024-02-23
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AvTalk Episode 255: Grounded for the dumbest of reasons

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, United Airlines? fleet of A321neos is temporarily grounded for the dumbest of reasons. Plus the NTSB comes out swinging at the FAA demanding new rules requiring 25 hour cockpit voice recorders apply to existing aircraft as well. And the preliminary report on the Atlas Air 747 engine fire points [?]

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2024-02-16
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AvTalk Episode 254: The bolts, they are missing

On this episode of AvTalk, we review the NTSB?s preliminary report on Alaska Airlines flight 1282, fresh quality issues affecting some 737 MAX, and Finnair gets out the scales to weigh some of its passengers. AS1282 preliminary report The NTSB released its preliminary report on Alaska Airlines flight 1282 this week. Plain and simple, the [?]

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2024-02-09
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AvTalk Episode 253: Time traveling with Taylor Swift and turtles

On this episode of AvTalk, we welcome back The Air Current?s founder and editor Jon Ostrower to pull back from Boeing?s immediate crisis and take stock of the state of the company. We look at the challenges facing Boeing, including regaining the trust of its regulator, certifying and delivering a slate of long-delayed aircraft, and eventually [?]

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2024-02-02
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AvTalk Episode 252: Let?s inspect more 737s

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, a bit of a different kind of episode to start. And then its onto more Boeing 737 inspections, angry airlines, and a perfectly executed emergency landing. This episode of AvTalk was recorded on Tuesday, 23 January 2024. More inspections and angry airlines The FAA expands inspection recommendations to include [?]

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2024-01-26
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AvTalk Episode 251: 737-9 MAX inspections and investigations

On this episode of AvTalk, we take a deep look at the actions by the FAA, airlines, and Boeing in the wake of the accident involving Alaska Airlines flight 1282. Working through the time line of statements, regulatory actions, and investigations we build a picture of what?s happened so far and what the next steps [?]

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2024-01-19
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AvTalk Episode 250: Alaska Airlines flight 1282

On this episode of AvTalk, Ian and Jason are joined by Nomadic Aviation Group?s Steve Giordano to discuss the Alaska Airlines flight 1282 accident. We break down what we know so far about the explosive departure from the aircraft of the mid-cabin exit door plug, how the 737-9 MAX fleet has been affected, and we [?]

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2024-01-11
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AvTalk Episode 249: Japan Airlines flight 516

On this episode of AvTalk, we explore what we know so far about the collision between Japan Airlines flight JL516 and a Japan Coast Guard aircraft in Tokyo on 2 January. We spend time laying out the facts we know so far and then work through some of the areas of focus for investigators as [?]

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2024-01-05
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AvTalk Episode 248: Our favorite conversations of 2023

As we close out the year we look back on our a few of our favorite AvTalk conversations from 2023. There were many great ones to choose from, so visit our archive to hear them all. We?ve picked out a pair that were crowd favorites. First up we have our conversation with former National Transportation [?]

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2023-12-29
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AvTalk Episode 247: He?s a stowaway!

On this episode of AvTalk, we scratch our heads trying to figure out the story of a stowaway who managed to make it from Copenhagen to Los Angeles aboard an SAS flight. Stopped by a US customs officer, the man had Russian and Israeli identity documents, but no passport. And he could not tell the [?]

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2023-12-22
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AvTalk Episode 246: Getting goosed

On this episode of AvTalk, Jason is still alive, Ian makes his way home from Sweden, passengers on a Delta flight are waylaid in Goose Bay, and Boeing picks a Pope. Ian and Jason are back in action this week with all the week?s aviation news and some insights into 2023 and a brief look [?]

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2023-12-15
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AvTalk Episode 245: Alaska says Aloha

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, Gabriel Leigh joins Ian in Stockholm to discuss his travels for the Flightradar24 YouTube channel, including a very exciting trip coming up in January. And we speak with Ned Russell, airlines editor at Skift about Alaska Airlines? proposed $1.9 billion acquisition of Hawaiian Airlines. We dig in to the [?]

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2023-12-08
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AvTalk Episode 244: Olov Lindström: how to land a 787 in Antarctica

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, Jason checks in from Taipei and Ian sits down with Olov Lindström, Norse Atlantic Airways Fleet Chief pilot and the first person to captain a 787 to Antarctica. We learn all about the special preparations necessary to make the flight as ordinary as possible. Thank you for listening! Thank [?]

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2023-12-01
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AvTalk Episode 243: Turkey, mashed potatoes, and Shinkansen

We bring you an abbreviated Thanksgiving week episode, partly because of the Thanksgiving holiday, but mostly because Jason is wandering around Japan on high speed trains. We have some updates on stories we discussed last week as well as some much welcome news for Boeing and its 737-10 MAX. And on next week?s episode we?ll [?]

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2023-11-24
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AvTalk Episode 242: Quit horsing around back there

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, a horse escapes its stall onboard a 747 flying from New York to Liege. A panel of experts says decades of congressional meddling and underfunding of the FAA introduces undue risk to flying in the US. And the Dubai Airshow is Boeing?s show with orders for nearly 300 aircraft, [?]

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2023-11-17
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AvTalk Episode 241: Want to run the most secretive airline in the world?

On this episode of AvTalk, we learn that the arraignment of the pilot who threatened his captain with a gun has been delayed?because he is on active duty military service outside the country. A Titan Airways A321neo was damaged by high-intensity film lighting, more PW1100G issues, and you could be in charge of the world?s [?]

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2023-11-10
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AvTalk Episode 240: First officer threatens to shoot captain over medical diversion

On this episode of AvTalk, we?re flabbergasted to learn about the events aboard a Delta flight last August as the first officer threatened to shoot the captain if they diverted the flight due to an onboard medical emergency. Elsewhere, the JetBlue-Spirit Airlines merger trial is underway in Boston, Southwest might flight to the other Dallas [?]

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2023-11-03
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AvTalk Episode 239: Event Horizon

On this episode of AvTalk, we spend a full third of the episode attempting to understand what happened on Horizon Air flight 2059 after an off-duty Alaska Airlines pilot sitting in the flight deck jump seat tried to shut down the aircraft?s engines. Also this week, a pilot in Houston failed to follow ATC instructions [?]

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2023-10-27
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AvTalk Episode 238: The greatest reinvention of an airline in the history of aviation

On this week?s AvTalk, Jason Rosewell from Infinite Flight joins us to discuss the new partnership between Flightradar24 and Infinite Flight that makes our new 3D view so amazing. We also learn more about how Infinite Flight got started and what?s next for the mobile flight sim company. Plus, a bizarre accident involving a Titan [?]

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2023-10-20
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AvTalk Episode 237: The civil aviation situation in Israel

On this week?s episode, we take stock of rapidly evolving civil aviation situation in Israel. How are airlines reacting, which are halting flights, and which are still flying to Tel Aviv. Elsewhere, a FedEx 757 makes a gear up landing, the car park at Luton Airport near London goes down in flames, and we make [?]

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2023-10-13
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AvTalk Episode 236: Into the Airchive!

On this episode of AvTalk, we chat with curator of theAirchive.net, Chris Sloan. United Airlines adds more aircraft to its order book, SAS will say hello to Air France+KLM and goodbye to Star Alliance, and Qantas is in more hot water thanks to an IT malfunction. This week?s highlights Air France+KLM will become a major [?]

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2023-10-06
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AvTalk Episode 235: 1200 pilots short

On this week?s AvTalk, the pilots of the Ural Airlines A320 that ran out of fuel and landed in a field didn?t know the gear was down. VivaAerobus becomes the first airline to add new routes after Mexico regains its Category 1 safety rating, turbulence injures 8 on a JetBlue flight, and much, much more. [?]

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2023-09-29
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AvTalk 234: Route proving with the A321XLR

On this episode of AvTalk, our Chris Lomas becomes the first non-Airbus employee to fly the A321XLR as he joins the route proving campaign. Plus, one company sold aircraft parts based on forged documents, Akasa Air in India loses so many pilots to another airline they have to cancel flights, and two aircraft avert an [?]

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2023-09-22
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AvTalk Episode 233: Ural in a field (again)

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, we recap all the fun we had at Dorkfest and Spot LAX, including our meeting with one incredible young avgeek. Plus, another Ural Airlines flight ends up in a field, Pratt and Whitney delivers more bad news about the A320neo engines, Mexico makes it back to Category 1, and [?]

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2023-09-15
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AvTalk Episode 232: Duplicate waypoints led to NATS outage

On this episode of AvTalk, we learn that the cause of the NATS outage at the end of August was two identically named waypoints 4,000 miles apart. Plus, we discover Discover Airlines, learn a thing or two from an air traffic controller, and dig into the report of a Nordwind Airlines A321 that suffered a [?]

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2023-09-08
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AvTalk Episode 231: Investigation, what investigation?

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, a NATS computer failure snarls traffic in the UK, Russia says there won?t be an investigation into the crash of Yevgeny Prigozhin?s plane, and some 737 MAX are affected by a fresh quality issue that could impact Boeing?s 2023 delivery targets. Plus new aircraft orders, routes, and product announcements [?]

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2023-09-01
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AvTalk Episode 230: Prigozhin?s plane plummets

On this episode of AvTalk, what we know so far about the crash of an Embraer Legacy 600 in Russia that is said to have been carrying Yevgeny Prigozhin and top Wagner Group officials. And we sit down for a long chat with Norse Atlantic Airways president Charles Duncan, who fills us in on how [?]

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2023-08-25
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AvTalk Episode 229: Just kidding about vacation, this is a new episode

We were wrong. Last week, Ian promised a clip show. But then news happened! So we have a new show for you this week. Ian and Jason discuss the new Air India logo, livery, and cabin interiors; the NTSB?s final report on United flight 1722; more information on NASA?s AEROMMA mission; the return of Mexicana; [?]

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2023-08-18
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AvTalk Episode 228: Jumpseat cameraman

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, Niger?s airspace closure creates confusion and delay; the NTSB investigation into a close call in Boston reveals video evidence of just how close of a call it was; and travel demand is up, but for some airlines it?s up in all the wrong places. Niger airspace closure changes the [?]

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2023-08-11
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AvTalk Episode 227: TCAS for the win!

On this week?s episode of AvTalk, TCAS comes to the rescue, averting a mid-air collision off the coast of Florida between an Allegiant Air A320 and Gulfstream. NASA is flying low over major US cities for science. And a United 767 makes a landing hard enough to wrinkle the fuselage. NASA AEROMMA NASA?s AEROMMA mission [?]

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2023-08-04
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