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37 year old B.C. woman among six killed in Alaska floatplane crash

A 37-year-old woman from Richmond, B.C., has been identified as the Canadian killed when two sightseeing floatplanes crashed midair in Alaska earlier this week.
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Ethiopian official says plane crash report due this week

An Ethiopian official said a preliminary report on the plane crash that killed 157 on March 10 will be made public later this week. The final report may take months to complete but a preliminary report may be released "anytime soon," said the spokesman for Ethiopia's transport ministry.
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Britain, Germany, France the latest to close airspace to 737 Max 8s

Canadian Transport Minister Marc Garneau says Canada has no plans to ground the country’s fleet of Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, despite the decision of the U.K., Germany, France and others to do so.
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Just a little to the right! Norwegian Epic crashes into moorings while docking

We’d imagine parallel-parking a Winnebago would be a fairly difficult task. But maneuvering a 150,000-tonne mega cruise ship? That’d be downright impossible for most.
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Unresponsive pilot crashes off Jamaica; number aboard unconfirmed

A private U.S. plane with an unresponsive pilot crashed into the ocean north of the Caribbean island Friday after a journey of more than 1,700 miles.
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Pilot mismanagement and complex autothrottle blamed for Asiana Flight 214 crash

Safety board blames pilot 'mismanagement' for crash of Asiana Flight 214 in San Francisco.
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22 people injured as high speed ferry hits breakwater in Macau

A high-speed ferry heading to Macau crashed into a breakwater in the Asian gambling hub's harbour Friday.
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G Adventures invites agents to experience trips first-hand with new fall 2019 fams
G Adventures has unveiled its lineup of fall 2019 fams with departures in October and November to a wide range of...
Sunwing appoints Lamonday BDM for Southwestern Ontario
Sunwing Vacations has named Lauren Lamonday as Business Development Manager for Southwestern Ontario.
TWA Hotel, Empire Outlets, Statue of Liberty Museum all new in NYC
TWA Hotel, Empire Outlets, Statue of Liberty Museum all new in NYC
The new TWA Hotel is now open at JFK Airport, completing the transformation of Eero Saarinen’s landmark 1962 former...
Lion World Travel announces joint VP appointments
TORONTO — Leeann Phayre-Mallo and David (Red) Hunt have been promoted to Vice President positions in their respective...
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