Daylight VFR Incident Takes Out Deer With #2 Engine
Even among the civilized environs of Baltimore, the likes of an
innocent, hard-working, Boeing 737 are not safe from the hazards of
trespassing fauna... as a Southwest 737 took on an interloping deer
and may lost the battle but most assuredly won the war.
CIT Group is confirming that in the first quarter of 2009, CIT
Aerospace, Commercial Airlines, delivered 19 new and used
aircraft to its airline customers around the world. In addition,
the company signed agreements to place 10 commercial aircraft
Interim Guidance Assists Airline Flight Deck/Cabin
Crew ID Pax Who May Have Swine Influenza
The CDC has started disseminating info for flight crews who may
have to deal with the much-discussed and publicized swine flu
epidemic. The document provides interim guidance for domestic and
international flights originating from areas affected by the swine
influenza A (H1N1) and will be updated as needed.