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  • Fatal accident with an Airbus A300 freighter

    A few days ago, so to speak everything new for the new year (which is not quite true if we look at my beloved avatar ) ,
    I rearranged my favorite TV stations. And there are at least 2 or 3 German TV stations (dmax, welt, ...) who mostly by night broadcast aviation safety topics.

    This is what I'm talking about - and pls - sometimes I think that this forum is rather not for people who are younger than 18. But if you have children born after 2010, then you might at least watch them when they open the following link, a completely dead aircraft is not what I'd show to an all too young audience... [Lenny Kravitz - The Chamber (the video)]

    I have a paper where I write down aviation safety topics since 1988 (or before). And that always happens with the same structure:
    Date - 14 August 2013
    a/c type - Airbus A300-600F freighter
    departure - KSDF Louisville Kentuck Intl...
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  • AVNews- Kalitta 777F delivery

    Today (June 18th 2019), Kalitta Air, IATA code K4 & ICAO code CKS, took delivery of its first Boeing 777 at Willow run. The aircraft will clear customs here at Willow run and then head up on a short flight to Oscoda. N772CK, previously registered as A6-EFE of Emirates cargo is a 10 year old Boeing 777-200 freighter and is the first of this fleet type for Kalitta Air. The Michigan based cargo carrier is headquartered at Willow Run, KYIP with a large MRO facility in Oscoda, KOSC. Their hubs include Cincinnati, John F Kennedy, Anchorage, Hong Kong and Bahrain. The company currently owns 24 747s and 8 767s. The company has been a long time operator of the 747 but did not add the 767 to their fleet until August of 2016. Kalitta currently has plans for at least one more 777 aircraft and is also rumored to be building a large hangar capable of handling the 777 maintenance at Willow run.
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  • West air luxembourg /// west atlantic


    West Air Luxembourg gets its first Bombardier Q400PF at the end of November 2010. It is the SE-LSM, cn 4008 (LN-RDQ). A second is being converted at the moment, cn 4024 (LN-RDI) (this is the one who broke down during landing in 2007...)

    Interesting to know what is going to happen during the next 5 years?
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