Love Field Operators To Be Free Of Restrictions -- In Eight
A long-standing law restricting non-stop, long-distance flights
to and from Dallas' Love Field may finally fade away -- if
President Bush signs a compromise bill which finally passed
congress on Friday.
Members of the International Association of Machinists and
Aerospace Workers in Wichita, KS voted down a contract offer
reached between union leaders and Bombardier Learjet by an
overwhelming majority -- despite the union's recommendation they
take the deal.
What once was launched, has now been found in southern New
Mexico... where UP Aerospace reports after five days of searching
the not-so-arid desert landscape, it found the landing site
Saturday of its unmanned SpaceLoft XL vehicle.
Shuttle Main Engine Test Is Beginning Of The End For
NASA is marking a historic moment in the life of the nation's
largest rocket engine test complex. The Stennis Space Center
conducted the final space shuttle main engine test on its A-1 Test
Stand Friday. Although this ends the stand’s work on the
Space Shuttle Program, it will soon be used for the rocket that
will carry America’s next generation human spacecraft,
In yet another sad example of how the acts of few can lead to
the stereotyping of many, a Spanish university professor says he
was briefly forced off an airliner in Mallorca last month, after
passengers were frightened by his long beard and dark complexion
that made him appear to be Muslim.