Atlantic Airways 670 Slides off Runway

On October 10, 2006, Atlantic Airways Flight 670, operated by a BAe 146 aircraft, slid off the runway at Stord, Norway, killing four of the 16 people on board.

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Heathrow’s Vader Deicing Facility Forges Ahead

Work at the new Vader North remote deicing pad to the east of Terminal 2 at London Heathrow Airport is well underway. The pad is slated for completion later this fall.

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JCAI Inc. Seeks Training Specialist

JCAI Inc., a leading global provider for Aircraft Ground De-icing Technology, is experiencing ongoing growth and is seeking a Training Specialist to assist in the expansion of the company’s activities.

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SureWx Signs Agreement with KLM

SureWx, the world’s leading provider of electronic holdover time solutions, is excited to announce that it has signed a trial agreement with KLM for winter 2015-16.

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Airbus A350 in Frankfurt

I snapped this photo of a Qatar Airbus A350 aircraft in Frankfurt during a recent stopover at the airport. Qatar is the launch customer for the Airbus A350.

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First Canadian Travels to Space

On October 5, 1984, astronaut Marc Garneau became the first Canadian to venture to outer space, when he served as payload specialist abroad the space shuttle Challenger during the STS-41-G mission.

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Canadian Pacific Flight 21 Crashes

On July 8, 1965, Canadian Pacific Flight 21 crashed near 100 Mile House in British Columbia, resulting in the deaths of all 52 passengers and crew onboard the Douglas DC-6B aircraft.

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Malmö Aviation Signs with SureWx

SureWx is happy to announce that Sweden’s Malmö Aviation has become SureWx’s launch customer in Sweden, paving the way for other carriers to follow.

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Thai Caravelle Crashes at Kai Tak

On June 30, 1967, a Sud Aviation Caravelle aircraft operating Thai Airways International Flight 601, crashed into the sea while attempting to land at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Airport during a typhoon. Twenty-four of the eighty passengers and crew on board perished.

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Speedbird 9 Suffers Quadruple Flameout

On June 24, 1982, a British Airways Boeing 747 on a scheduled flight with multiple legs from London to Auckland flew through a cloud of volcanic ash in Indonesia, resulting in the failure of all four engines.

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