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More Problems Found on Two Additional Dreamliners as FAA Ready to Hold Press Conference

Two more Boeing 787 aircraft called Dreamliners were found to have problems just hours before the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is expected to hold a press conference this morning on the plane's problems since it rolled out 15 months ago, according to USA Today. An All Nippon Airways jet suffered a crack in its windshield during flight in Japan and an engine oil leak was...
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FAA Orders Top-to-Bottom Review of Boeing 787s

Despite the chief engineer of Boeing telling the press that he is "100 percent convinced that the airplane is safe to fly," the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has ordered a comprehensive review of what the aircraft maker touted as most technologically advanced plane. Two latest incidents regarding Boeing's newest airplane called the Dreamliner led the FAA to call for a review of the aircraft's design,...
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Boeing Dreamliner Apparently Not a Dream

Today's front-page story of USA Today (1/9/2013) focuses on the ongoing failures of the Boeing Dreamliner aircraft that was touted as the next generation aircraft. Several mishaps and problems have caused experts, including the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), to investigate the Boeing 787. The latest two incidents came earlier this week when a fuel tank leaked Tuesday on...
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Pilot Shortage May Be on the Horizon

With the federally mandated retirement age looming for many pilots, some experts are predicting that the United States may be facing a pilot shortage soon. Thousands of new rules for pilots regarding training and rest are kicking in this year, so some say the shortage of pilots may be coming as early as 2013. One of the new rules requires co-pilots to have as many...
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Hospital Fires Nurse for Refusing to get Flu Shot

The flu season certainly is upon as we read headlines of area hospitals handling an "explosive" outbreak of the illness that apparently still hasn't peaked. The Chicago Tribune reported Saturday, Jan. 5, 2012, that one Chicago-area hospital fired a part-time nurse for refusing to get a flu shot. The critical care nurse at Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove told the press that she...
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