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Boeing and 737 MAX Crash Victims' Families Move Closer to Resolution

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boeing and 737 MAX Crash Victims' Families Move Closer to Resolution

"Boeing has reached a settlement with the families of those killed in the twenty nineteen crash of an Ethiopian Airways seven thirty seven Max jet Boeing has accepted responsibility for Ethiopian Airways flight three oh two losing control and crashing to the ground shortly after take off in March of twenty nineteen it was the second crash involving the Boeing seven thirty seven Max chat which was then grounded because of faulty software according to court documents the settlement does not involve monetary compensation to the families of the one hundred fifty seven victims but it does allow them to pursue individual claims in U. S. courts to streamline the process their attorneys call it a significant milestone hi

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LaGuardia 'security incident' prompts plane evacuation

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

LaGuardia 'security incident' prompts plane evacuation

"A report of a man acting suspiciously aboard a plane problems and emergency landings Saturday afternoon at LaGuardia airport this is what it sounded like on the tarmac after everyone was evacuated from the plane the man was now laying spread eagle on the ground the urgency personnel telling everyone to get back the department of homeland security said nothing harmful was found on the plane and there were no injuries to any of the eighty two on board Republic Airways said the flight was operating as American Airlines and the incident happened near the end of the two hour trip from Indianapolis to look or idea as a precaution the plane stopped on the taxi way and conducted an emergency evacuation where the man was taken into custody Julie

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First Civilian Flight Departs Afghanistan Following U.S. Withdrawal

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:51 min | 3 months ago

First Civilian Flight Departs Afghanistan Following U.S. Withdrawal

"Not sure if we should have seen this coming. I certainly didn't see this coming but look this plane. We're going to see on your screen right here right here. This is a cutter. Airways boeing seventy seven. Excuse me boeing seven seven seven That is the first passenger flight to depart from the main airport in afghanistan kabul airport since. Us troops withdrew from afghanistan last month. The scene at kabul airport today was markedly different from what we saw. Just weeks ago Instead of us marines we had taliban fighters patrolling runways. The talibans white flags or surrounding the airport on those flagpoles the fact that. Us forces are in control. There and the taliban clearly are today. One hundred and thirteen people including americans canadians brits germans ukrainians all left on that cutter airways boeing seven. Seven flight flew out of kabul and landed in doha in cutter. More flights out flights out again have started. Maybe not just this one may be more to come in a statement today. Secretary of state anthony blinken said that today's flight quote was the result of the departments regular close engagement with our regional partners particularly with the cutlery authorities and taliban officials said today that another flight is expected to take off tomorrow that the taliban is expecting to let it go for its part. The biden news station says it won't divulge details about any upcoming flights due to what they called the ongoing terrorist threat to such operations. Clearly it is still a very fluid situation there. But by all appearances the evacuation flights from kabul appear to be back on as of today with the likelihood that more flights will continue at least tomorrow and maybe beyond that and that is something

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At Least 200 Dual National Afghans, Including Americans, Permitted to Fly out of Kabul

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

At Least 200 Dual National Afghans, Including Americans, Permitted to Fly out of Kabul

"Ago. Roughly two hundred afghan dual nationals including about thirty americans have been granted permission to leave afghanistan. The airport the manifest for the cutter airways flight granted permission for these two hundred eleven individuals to leave from kabul. This is going to be. This is going to have a lasting effect. This is gonna leave a mark as they say on the by administration. No question about it. Great analysis by rich lowry over the last. Now we're really seeing the true biden presidency. This is the real biden presidency.

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Scores of Westerners, Including Americans, Fly out of Kabul

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Scores of Westerners, Including Americans, Fly out of Kabul

"Dozens of foreigners including Americans have left Kabul on international commercial flight marking it the first large scale evacuation since US and NATO forces left Afghanistan late last month said departure represents a breakthrough in the bumpy coordination between the US and Afghanistan's new Taliban leaders the Taliban have said they will let the foreigners and Afghans with valid travel documents leave but a days long standoff over charter planes at another airport could cost some dialed on Taliban's assurances the Qatar Airways flight is heading to Doha a senior US official said that Americans green card holders and other nationalities including Germans Hungarians and Canadians are on the flight I'm sorry I. Shockley

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Americans to Board First Commercial Flight From Kabul Since US Withdrawal

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Americans to Board First Commercial Flight From Kabul Since US Withdrawal

"Qatari officials say Afghanistan's Taliban authorities will allow between hundred and hundred fifty Americans to fly out from cobbled in the coming hours marking the airport's first such flights since the US forces withdrew from the country officials say the largest group of foreigners including Americans and other westerners will depart Thursday on a Qatar Airways flight that had earlier ferry to military aid to the country the departure of a large group of Americans for the first time since he was finished it's frantic are left at the end of August will also signal that U. S. officials have come to an arrangement with the news Taliban rulers in recent days that there had been a standoff between the Taliban and organizes several charter planes who had hoped to evacuate Americans and at risk Afghans from an airport in northern Afghanistan I'm is area Shockley

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The Risks of Using Bleach for Cleaning

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

02:04 min | 3 months ago

The Risks of Using Bleach for Cleaning

"Cleaning. Products can be hazardous landing hundreds of thousands of children in us. Emergency rooms and the product. Most commonly associated with injury was bleach. Which can be toxic even if used as directed. We've known that those with asthma. Who work with cleaning products day in and day out can suffer adverse respiratory effects of worsening of symptoms declining lung function inflamed airways but even cleaning workers without asthma can be affected even below so-called acceptable exposure levels cleaners with or without reactive airways can suffer a substantial increase in lung function. Okay but that's people who clean for a living. Although we've known that occupational use of leech may have adverse respiratory health effects but it was unknown whether just common domestic use of bleach in the household may book lungs at risk until now bleach use was significantly associated with nearly five times yards of non allergic adult onset asthma as well as ongoing lower respiratory symptoms such as chronic cough. The way bleach works is as such a strong pro oxidant that the thought is that can lead to like leaky longs and allow allergens to penetrate this phenomenon of cleaning product induced. Asthma has been known for decades. Three quarters of the dozens of population is looking into it. Found increased risk of asthma or nasal inflammation. Ideally safer clean products should be available. Unfortunately this body of evidence has been largely ignored by the manufacturers and commercial cleaning companies and most of workers put at risk. Are women in fact. That may help. Explain some of the gender differences and asthma. The relatively high frequency of bleach us for home cleaning by women around the world together with a strong association between bleach using non allergic asthma emphasizes the need for reconsidering the use of bleach for cleaning.

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Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?

AFF on AIR Podcast

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?

"While they have been quite a lot of new developments over the past fortnight in terms of international travel some bad but also some good in summary getting back to australia over the next couple of months unfortunately looks like it could be hotter than ever but this finally light at the end of the tunnel with talk now of opening up. Australia's international borders at least for some states by the end of this year. There's been a lot to take in so joining me now. To dissect it all is travel agent and regular guest on this podcast. Allan lamb from netwave. Trevor woke mellon so back in july listeners. Might remember the sterling government javier. The number of passengers allowed to arrive each week into each of the different states and so the arrival caps before july would there were three thousand spots a week into sydney melbourne and brisbane with age taking in one thousand people and perth and adelaide were taking in five hundred thirty passengers. H week bought from july when the government half those caps that reduced And the so. The number of passengers allowed to come in on commercial. Flights into sydney was leave. One thousand five hundred a week. Melbourne brisbane dropped down to five hundred passengers. Awake and perth adelaide. Down to only two hundred sixty five eighty per week. The impact of that was already quite devastating but that was only supposed to be until the end of august. Sadly last week the australian government extended those halved arrived caps until now the end of october and that in fact they didn't even have the courtesy of announcing this publicly. What they did is they just informed the airlines and the airlines have now had to stop dumping twenty seven thousand. People in total of flights. Were booked on over the next two months ellen. What does this mean overall in terms of flights to australia. Unfortunately we've seen a lot of flights get canceled. Four raza timber and in some cases. The of started cancelling fraud type as well as even that reduction kept now in places where the toyota That means that a little flat to being played cancelled and the can't cancelled innocence operating That means is. I know your passengers being carried and the cap is now low at two hundred sixty five seeing some of these carry about ten passengers and often the majority of these business plus fortunately with adelaide is not as many airlines flying in. So because it's mainly qatar airways flying they tend to be taking a hard number sir about thirty forty passes per week into add

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A New Player in the Transatlantic Market

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

01:54 min | 4 months ago

A New Player in the Transatlantic Market

"So it's an exciting day today for one of america's most liked airlines jetblue flight w seven and airbus a-3 three twenty one l. Narrow body landed at london heathrow this morning after departing from jet blues new york. Jfk base last night that flight launched jet blue's entry into the transatlantic market beginning with daily service from jfk to heathrow and then adding daily service to london gatwick ultimately following with Boston to london. Ceo robin hayes. A former executive at british airways has promised to create a permanent and disruptive effect in the transatlantic market. So joining me today to discuss. What that could mean are two of my aviation week network colleagues north american air transport editor but ben goldstein and kepler senior analyst for the americas laurie ransom. Hey ben laurie great to have you on this. Thank you so to start off by just looking at that whole history that we know all too well of Long haul low cost carriers Starting up especially in the transatlantic market and more often than not failing What do you think might make this a different prospect with a jet blue and will this like jetblue like robin says be transatlantic disruptor. What are your thoughts laurie. Well i think as you said. Jetblue is one of america's most light brands and they have strongholds in new york and boston so they have strong point of sale here in the us. And i think that's a little bit different than some of the point to point carriers that had tried to do this in the past where if by bodies

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What Level of Antibody Is Needed for Protection Against COVID-19?

The Naked Scientists

01:59 min | 4 months ago

What Level of Antibody Is Needed for Protection Against COVID-19?

"Takover i on recently the joint committee on vaccination and immunisation outlined plans for an autumn booster program to top up the immunity of everyone over fifty against covert nineteen. But one thing that hasn't been clear so far is how much do we need in order to be protected where some people despite vaccination still able to catch corona virus infection but not become on. Well now we have a bit more clarity. Because as robert cedar explained to chris smith. He's done some catholic experiments on monkeys which developed covert nineteen infections in a similar way to humans. This has revealed the level of antibody. That's needed to protect both against severe lung disease and also against just catching and say potentially passing on the infection. The to turn out to be different and this means we now have a benchmark to aim for when or indeed if we embark on a programme of booster doses this autumn when you give the vaccine trying to measure the type of immune response in the blood that would tell you that you would be protected in the lungs or in the nose. You wanna protect people. I in the long so they don't get severe disease and you liked to protect people in the upper airway so it might prevent them from getting symptoms of a cold and then you would not be able to give it to somebody else. Was this not known already given that we have put billions of doses of vaccines into the world's population. So far there had been a couple of studies that showed that the higher levels of antibodies. You had in the blood measure of the immune. Response the better off. You were for protection. So our study in animals provided greater specificity to really define kind of exactly what the level of antibody response in the blood was to mediate protection in either the long or the

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How Far Can a Plane Glide Without Engines?

BrainStuff

01:55 min | 4 months ago

How Far Can a Plane Glide Without Engines?

"In nineteen eighty three a perfect storm of technical issues and unit conversion mistakes left an air canada boeing seven sixty seven without fuel. Some forty one thousand feet. That's twelve thousand. Five hundred meters over central canada before long. It lost power to both engines after descending rate of twenty five hundred feet. That's seven hundred sixty meters per minute. The pilots were able to glide their boeing all the way to save albeit bumpy landing on a race car track. The pilots were hailed heroes and the airplane was dubbed the gimli glider after the town where it landed essentially any plane can glide if the need arises and in situations where all the engines have failed. Pilots have to expect the plane to do some gliding. Without the thrust those engines are built to provide. The plane can't help but lose altitude but how far can a plane glide when it's not designed to be a glider aircrafts whose engines conch out at higher elevations can glide for longer periods of time. This is one of the reasons. Why shellenberger and skulls hudson river landing was so impressive. They had to glide their way to safety and a matter of minutes from a pretty low altitude. Everything happened very fast on. Us airways flight forty nine fifty one. The plane hit the birds within two minutes of taking off and just three minutes later. The plane was in the hudson river. Obviously planes come in all shapes and sizes. So if you're flying one it's important to know your vehicles. Best glide speed in a nutshell. This is the speed that will let your airplane travel the farthest distance while sacrificing the least amount of altitude. A related concept is the minimum sink speed or the pace of travel that will maximize how much time you can spend gliding depending on your situation. You may choose to prioritize time over distance or vice versa

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Organ-on-a-Chip: Recent Breakthroughs and Future Prospects

The Stem Cell Podcast

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Organ-on-a-Chip: Recent Breakthroughs and Future Prospects

"I'm kicking off the roundup today. With a story about organs on a chip. You know we just re Finished up our coverage of ice cr twenty twenty one so if you guys missed it i would recommend checking it out. We also have video episodes there so you can see us in all our glory but in that meeting there was a lot of talk about where we are and where we're going and a lot of that revolved around these kind of organs on a chip. Which i know ruin you're working on as ips cell derived Tissues organoids. Even but they're in a kind of complex chip type architecture allows a connection of different tissues and organs and see how they communicate with each other and it is the next wave I have a story here about the long. It's a kind of airway on a chip idea and you know it's basically idea. They didn't long In order to function you have clearance By airways cells eliminates the inhale pathogens and foreign matter. And that's done by these multi airway cells k. And it requires coordinated silly airy beating among cells. And if you have failure to properly orient the silly silly and coordinate that sillier a beating you get a lot of conditions like chronic bronchitis recurrent pneumonia This is implicated in various human diseases. Most notably a inherited disease Primary sillier disconnect. Which we're going to circle back to pc d- When it comes to like the ips in organoids world in trying to model This these multi steely aided airway cells. it's a challenge because getting the cells is not so much the problem as much as Using the conventional methods which is air liquide interface. It's hard to get the coordinated. Silia they don't they aren't coordinating their beating And it's thought that mechanical stress has a role in in coordinating sillier there but the existing system. Which is these in-vitro air liquid interface. They don't do a good job of addressing that are modeling The

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British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector

Pacifica Evening News

01:56 min | 5 months ago

British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector

"Allow more quarantine free travel and provide cash strapped businesses with much needed financial support Hundreds of industry workers, including travel agents, pilots and cabin crew from airlines, such as British Airways and easyJet. Gathered outside the parliament in London. There were other protests, and Edinburgh and Belfast Simon Marx reports. Today. The growing anger of the travel industry over the British government's failure so far to loosen restrictions on international travel for fully vaccinated people from the UK and for fully vaccinated people wanting to visit the UK from overseas. Britain's airlines and holiday companies are holding a day of action on Wednesday. Calling on the government to take rapid action before it's too late to salvage the 2021 summer holiday season. The sands of Time are rapidly slipping through the hourglass, says Julie Low beside the chief executive of the Advantage Travel partnership. We have upset every part of the industry together, really try to in a united fashion make it very clear to government. The devastation has been caused offer an industry that's been shut down effective for 15 months, not also for businesses but also for people will have crew there. We've got different representatives of pilots will be coming along. We really need the government to listen to our society. 15 months an entire industries be shut down people losing their homes. People can't feed their family. We're at a real crisis point. And we need the government's who urgently look and understand at the devastation that's being caused. The British government says it is considering the possibility of giving fully vaccinated people more flexibility to travel. But only yesterday, the country's health secretary said it's too early to know how soon those changes might be implemented. Simon marks Washington. You're listening to the evening news on

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United Airlines Sees a Supersonic Future

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

01:33 min | 6 months ago

United Airlines Sees a Supersonic Future

"And I mean, that was the way back then that we were told that was the future of air travel that if we were going subsonic that That it was a slow way to go that you were on, you know, you know, horse and buggy at that point, because everybody was going to be going supersonic. The commercials were all over the place. You can fly the future British Airways, you could fly the future British Airways Air France as well. But the Concorde never really caught on. It was crazy. Expensive. It got old. It was unreliable. Fatal crash did it in. But today United shocking the airline world by announcing that it is buying supersonic planes in a deal to initially by 15 planes from a startup company called Boom, Supersonic. The individual plane being called the overture that boom of obviously for breaking the sound barrier big, splashy announcement today they put out pictures renderings of the long skinny planes looking generally like the Concorde, with the United Livery on the side, the paint scheme on the side and boom CEO, saying that the companies can make history that the United will be the first U. S airline to ever fly. Supersonic is the next generation. Travel. Room is a group of people inspired to make the planet more accessible. Now, here's the thing is he's kind of just concept right now. The planes are supposedly going to fly on 100% sustainable fuel. They say they will roll out in 2025 fly in 2026 carry passengers in 2029. So a lot of hurdles they got to go through. But United says that they're going to be there in 2029. Okay, Alex, This sounds really

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Startup Breeze Airways Says It Will Begin Flying in Late May

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Startup Breeze Airways Says It Will Begin Flying in Late May

"A new U. S. airline will be taking to the skies late next week Brees Airways says it plans to offer low base fares to attract leisure travelers returning from the pandemic locked down faster than business travelers the airline which will debut may twenty seventh is planning limited routes in the southeast and central U. S. expanding to sixteen cities by July breeze was created by JetBlue founder David Neeleman he's targeting secondary cities largely overlooked by bigger carriers like Hartford Connecticut Charleston South Carolina and Tampa Florida another start up the velo airlines began flying in late April on the west coast hi Jackie Quinn

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FAA Seeks Fines Against More Misbehaving Airline Passengers

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

FAA Seeks Fines Against More Misbehaving Airline Passengers

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FAA seeks fines against the miss behaving airline passengers in the continuing crackdown on the surge of incidents involving unruly passengers the Federal Aviation Administration is pursuing civil penalties against two more passengers for interfering with airline crews the FAA says it will seek fines of ten thousand five hundred dollars and nine thousand dollars respectively against two passengers who caused disruptions on separate jet blue Airways flights one in December the other in March in January the FAA announced a zero tolerance stance against unruly passengers the agency says so far this year it has received thirteen hundred complaints from airlines about disruptive passengers might cross yet Washington

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SIA 777 Stopped Climb at 500ft After Crew's Waypoint Entry

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:58 min | 7 months ago

SIA 777 Stopped Climb at 500ft After Crew's Waypoint Entry

"Okay first up. We have an incident. A singapore airlines triple seven stopped. Climb at five hundred feet after the cruise way point. Entry error pilots. Of a singapore airlines boeing triple seven three hundred eighty are inadvertently entered an incorrect waypoint altitude constraint prior to departure resulting in several alerts from the ground proximity warning system as the aircraft climbed out of shanghai prudan. The is put on the. That's what it's going to be exactly right The takeoff runway assign had been changed from three or four left three five right which meant that. The aircraft standard departure route switched from hotel sierra november two x to hotel sierra november. One to this requires updating the flight management computer with a new departure route. The first way point on this route identified as papa delta zero six two did not have any speed or altitude crossing constraint which meant that the field on the computers route display was blank. Although this is not abnormal the captain quote preferred to have the speed constraint explicitly displayed says the singaporean transport safety investigation bureau and its inquiry into the second of september. Twenty nineteen incident. He decided to enter the speak constraint of two hundred and fifty knots as shown on the departure charts the triple seven's flight management computer required speed constraints to have a corresponding altitude constraint. So the captain chose to enter five hundred a meaning that the papa delta zero six two point should be crossed at five hundred feet or above but the captain inadvertently mis-keyed typing five hundred rather than five hundred a which neither crew member noticed. This error meant that the aircraft's autopilot would limit the aircraft of five hundred feet ahead of the way point crossing

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Air Force One Contractor Files for Bankruptcy

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:08 min | 7 months ago

Air Force One Contractor Files for Bankruptcy

"For story comes from simple flying dot com air force one contractor files for bankruptcy. Well as you may know. Boeing was previously awarded the three point nine billion dollar contract to convert to seven four seven dash eight to serve as air force one. He's would replace the seven. Four seven dash two hundred that are used. Now and under this program boeing subcontracted. The interiors to company called g. d. c. technics and in april of this year boeing filed a lawsuit against g. Dc technics and canceled their contracts. Well then gtc countersued. Boeing gdp is filing for bankruptcy protection. Under chapter eleven boeing says. Gd c. hasn't met their obligations and his twelve months behind schedule. Gd countered claiming that boeing was mismanaging the program and owed the company more than twenty million dollars in payments. So little little snafu there. The aircraft being dash are bigger newer than the seven. Four seven dash two hundreds David you know. Where are there additional capabilities. That are expected to be built into this. Or is it just a a refresh of the aircraft. I could tell you. But i'd have to kill you. I'm sure most of most of the upgrades were classified. But keep in mind that. These aircraft were originally designed to be passenger aircraft and were almost finished as such so basically the vip interior that is going to be in them For the president and the press etc basically you have to rip out the interior. That's in them and put in this do vip

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"us airways" Discussed on PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"us airways" Discussed on PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

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"us airways" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"us airways" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Our mountain treasures. Its Nita Marvin University Book Club Today we're reading from Naomi Klein's brilliant This Cane is everything this from the introduction A voice came over the intercom with the passengers of Flight Flight 3935 scheduled to depart Washington D. C for Charleston, South Carolina, finally collect their carry on luggage and get off the plane. I went down the stairs and gathered on the hot tarmac, and they saw something unusual. The wheels of the US Airways jet had sunk into the black pavement as if it was wet cement. The wheels were lodged so deep, in fact, that the truck that came to tow the plane away couldn't pry it loose. Airline and hope that without the added weight of the Plains, 35 passengers the aircraft would be light enough to pull it wasn't someone posted a picture. Why is my flight cancelled? Is D C. It's so damn hot that our planes sank four inches into the pavement. Eventually, a larger, more powerful vehicle was brought in to tow the plane, and this time it worked. The plane finally took off three hours behind schedule. Spokesperson for the airline blamed the incident on very unusual temperatures. Temperatures in the summer attempt, 2012 were indeed unusually hot as they were the year before and the year before. It's no mystery. Why this has been happening. The profligate burning of fossil fuels the only Very thing that US Airways was bound and determined to do despite the inconvenience presented by melting tarmac. The irony of the fact that the burning of fossil fuels is so radically changing our climate that it's getting in the way of our capacity to burn fossil fuels did not stop the passengers of Flight 39 35 from re embarking and continuing their journeys. Nor was climate change mentioned in any of the major news coverage of the incident. I'm in no position to judge these passengers. All of us who live high consumer lifestyles, wherever we happen to reside are metaphorically passengers on flight 39 35. Faced with a crisis that threatens our survival as a species. Our entire culture is continuing to do the very thing that caused the crisis on Lee with an extra dose of elbow grease behind it. Like the airline, bringing in a truck with a more powerful engine to tow. That plane, global economy is upping the ante from conventional sources of fossil fuels, even dirt here and more dangerous versions. Bitterman from the Alberta Tar Sands oil from deep water drilling. He asked him hydraulic fracturing fracking pole from detonated mountains and so on. Meanwhile, each supercharged natural disaster produces new irony laden snapshots of acclimate increasingly inhospitable to the very industry's most responsible for its warming. Like the 2013 historic floods in Calgary that forced the head offices of the oil companies mining the Alberta Tar Sands to go dark and send their employees home while a train carrying flammable petroleum products teetered on the edge of a disintegrating rail bridge. Or the drought hit the Mississippi River one year earlier, wishing water levels so low that barges loaded with coal and oil. We're unable to move for days while they waited for the Army Corps of Engineers to dredge a channel. I had to appropriate funds allocated to rebuild from the previous year's historic flooding along the same waterway. Or the coal fired power plants in other parts of the country that we're temporarily shut down is the waterways that they draw into cooler machinery worry the too hot or too dry or, in some cases, both Living with this kind of cognitive dissonance is part simply part of being alive. In this jarring moment of history in a crisis we have been.

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"us airways" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Major metropolitan areas the worst is likely to come today when tens of millions of Americans will hit the road for a trip that will take them farther than fifty miles from home and US Airways will be packed as well the group airlines for America anticipates a record setting number of passengers for the entire summer travel season Jim Ryan ABC news a New Jersey judge coming under fire over ruling that gave a pass to a teenager who is accused of rape prosecutors in Monmouth County sought to try a sixteen year old as an adult for what they called the sophisticated and predatory rape of a drunk girl in a dark basement the teen allegedly shared video of it with his friends under the caption when your first time having sex was rape in rejecting the request judge James Troiano question whether it really was rate because the girl wasn't held at gun point any noted the young man comes from a good family who put him into an excellent school the appellate court admonished the judge for such statements saying it sounded like the judge decided the case for himself instead of being neutral Aron Kader ski ABC news New York Nike is releasing a statement on the company's decision to pull an American theme sneaker featuring the Betsy Ross flag company says it regularly makes business decisions to pull products and it did a one eighty flip on the shoe based on concerns that it could unintentionally offended to track from the nation's patriotic holiday the company made the decision because Nike spokesperson of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick complain the flag was flown when slavery was common New Jersey school superintendent will once again be taking part in the fourth of July hot dog eating contest here in New York Renee rove tar is responsible for the Montville school district in Morris County but focus on this independence day will be shopping as many hot dogs and buns down her throat as possible a ten minute span our students are a lot of stress and anxiety and I think by demonstrating to them that it's okay to do something that's outside of your comfort zone and you don't necessarily have to win everything that you attempt well I tried to convey to them you know something that hopefully will allow them to have some balance in their life this is rose towards third year the Brooklyn contests and she's yet to reach our goal of ten hot dogs I'm Scott Pringle EE Ortiz so tomorrow is the fourth of July independence day and everybody knows what we're celebrating right well maybe not it's July fourth what do you know independence from the.

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"us airways" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Get him to shut down the pro by special counsel, Robert Muller more than once committee chairman, Jerry. Nadler, says they'll hold Mcgann and contempt as they did with attorney general William bar. The rain isn't letting up and the weather weary southern plain. A tornado watches in effect until noon central time across Oklahoma. Correspondent David Begg. No is in waterlogged. Tommy nearby bird creek, get this water with from five feet, twelve hours ago to thirty six feet right now. Southeast of here, this flooding in the city of Tulsa, eleven different counties in Oklahoma had flash flood emergencies over the last twelve hours, American Airlines blaming union employees for flight delays and going to court to try to stop them CBS Vicki Barker. Carrier claims an intentional illegal slowdown by union mechanics has already caused more than two thousand flight cancellations or delays since February and fears worse accomplish the summer travel season gets underway. American is suing the two unions, involved contract negotiations have been bogged down ever since American merged with US Airways, as statement from the mechanics, union accuses American of intimidation tactics, despite the slowdown and to. Deadly max. Seven thirty seven crashes. The airline industry is predicting record travel. This summer trade group expects, a three point four percent increase over last year. A new study show polar ice melt could swamp several US coastal cities in the years to come a significant fraction of the coastal zone of the world winds up per million and dated, and he's one of the studies co-authors, he says it will be because of rising sea levels from polarized smelt Coca-Cola is digging. The recipe out of it say new Edens companies teaming up with Netflix hit stranger things and bringing back new coq season, three will be set in the summer of nineteen eighty five the same year, the reformulated soda made it state byu it was considered one of the biggest marketing mistakes. Coca Cola dropped it after Seventy-nine days, making a quick retreat to classic coke Dow up one thirteen this news CBS News Radio. Is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust. Now is the time to Bill. How heating and air your cooling system before the summer season your cooling system. We'll keep you comfortable all summer long. License number nine six seven four. How attention retirees and pre retirees one of your biggest risks today, the sun's the stock market is living longer than your money doing. David Epstein, and Brad wife posts of the retire right radio show and co founders of Epstein at one of their upcoming educational social security workshops on may twenty first or twenty second. Call eight five eight five six four eight thirty six now to register. Just think about your hardest working highest-earning years over the course of your career. Most of you worked forty years, ended, forty hours per week, working say forty eight weeks, a year, then it's up to seventy six thousand eight hundred hours where you paid into your social security. Why not invest one more hour to make all of this time and effort count the laws of change for twenty nineteen have seen white can help you understand what it means for you and your retirement? Space is limited serve your seats today for may twenty first or twenty-second at six thirty pm in San Diego. Call now to register eight five eight five six four eight thirty six or register. Own line at Epstein white dot com. San Diego spring is the best time of year to place your heating and air system. Act now get a new energy efficient train heating and air system, and save as much as sixty percent on your energy, Bill. It's hard to stop a train receive a tenure certified extended labor warranty, free, west coast heating air conditioning. Solar since nineteen ninety six visit west coast, he called dot com or call six one nine nine hundred forty two twenty seven he dealer for details to complete AC system offered by five thirty one nineteen so being very ten nine thirty. Chris Lawrence, this Memorial Day. Please support our brave warriors by donating your unwanted vehicle running or not warrior, fundation freedom station for you, and you get a Texas call eight five five four five zero give or visit warrior foundation dot org. Happy Memorial Day. Now from the studios of us. Eight five local. He goes, talk and breaking news. This is a AM seven sixty trial of former NFL player continues. I'm seven sixties alley. That's one of the stories we're following south fifteen.

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"us airways" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR in-depth. We're joined this morning on the KTAR. Newsmaker line by Rick Seaney from fair to bear compare dot com. And we're gonna talk about airfares in a minute. But the story last week about American Airlines announcing that seven hundred flight attendants are being moved to other hubs. They were right up front immediately. And said we haven't changed our minds about Phoenix. We still have a major presence here, and we're going to continue to maintain a hub here. But Rick it does raise concerns even with them declaring that there's nothing to worry about about Phoenix's status with this airline, of course, when they acquired or when US Airways acquired American US Airways was a Phoenix help in your view is this something that might lead to American at some point down the road, deciding Phoenix is not a hub in their system. Well, I think it's the same sort of situation is Philadelphia, and you have other airlines like Cincinnati, and and places like Nashville that were hubs before and because of airline mergers. You don't need a bunch of hubs right next to each other. The whole point of a hub system is to have them just far enough apart where you can cover most of the United States, for example, three hubs and and having four or five just after airline. Mergers doesn't make a huge amount of sense. Now that being said Phoenix is a huge market for American. It's got about half the flights out of there. I'm looking for f- flight schedules for the next nine months, or so it looks like they've been growing, and they're adding some longer flights which means they're starting to do some of this point to point flying longer destinations like London, for example. So it looks like they're pretty committed there. But certainly moving around the flight attendants around after the merger now that they've got their flight scheduling system, all integrated probably is something that they they're just saying there. Refocusing the Phoenix status as a hub. And I think that's probably going to happen over the next four or five years. I do a lot of flying this time of year. And so I'm always take interest in this the importance of a hub. Well, let me put it this way. I've always thought Phoenix should be a strong hub for American because of the weather. You have schedules you bringing flights in. This is a hub essentially means this is a place where you connect to other flights. I I would think that an airline would wanna keep Phoenix a hub because you can pretty much keep on schedule because of the good weather. I think that's certainly a positive there. I think Los Angeles and Dallas have decent weather as well. And they're sort of historically there. So I think that's part of the problem. But I agree with you that I mean from the Phoenix area. There's gonna be a ton of traffic in American still going to be the dominant carrier there probably with fifty percent of the traffic for the foreseeable future. Probably for several years even half a decade or so. And unless we get more airlines coming into the United States to compete. It's going to be that way that same way for a while. But I agree with you that having a good place or whether especially starting off in the morning makes sense. A lot of connecting flights to Asia. For example, have to pick is a Dallas Phoenix or Los Angeles threes. Probably too many options Rick Seaney from farecomparEcom I've got about thirty seconds. Let's look at fairs for the summer. What's your early sense on the air fare wars will be like for travelers? No, I think it's going to be pretty.

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"us airways" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"But they celebrated with the flight crew a bunch of passengers air traffic controllers that operated the flight, and they put out an update about where that crew is today and today, captain sellin burger and flight attendant Welch retired back in twenty ten when it was still US Airways flight attendant dent retired from American in twenty seventeen and actually won the less fight. It's an Dale. I believe it's Dale retired on that day yesterday on the tenth anniversary. There is one crew member left from that flight that is still flying. And that would be first officer Jeffrey skylines who is still with American. And he is now Chicago-based seven eight seven pilot interesting. Yeah. So I had no idea that he was not only still with American but over on. The seven eight seven now in these in and out of your home airport. I'll tell you I'm gonna I'm gonna have to to see if I can I don't know how I would time that but that would be cool to to be on a flight with him. So the next time you're on a in American seven eight seven listen carefully when they announced the crew because there's a chance that a good chance. But a chance that one of your pilots up front is of U S, fifteen forty nine fame. Yeah. Yeah. No it very cool. And I think one of the events they had down at the Carolinas aviation museum, which I was reading up on because of the temp they're actually closing that museum because they need to move it. It just got there. I know so to become compliant with certain FAA rules about where things can be placed on an airfield. They have to move the museum. They're apparently you can't it's one of those things permanently occupied structures can't be near certain things. I think they didn't really do, you know, they didn't go into which part of the FAA regulations were necessitating the move, but because of certain FAA regulations, they're moving new museum in which the through twenty sits and some other really cool stuff. So they're hoping they're closing down soon and they're hoping to reopen shortly. I guess on the other. Side of the airfield closer to the highway exit. So that people can actually get there pretty easily. It doesn't matter the FAA closed now. So so the museum should stay open. And let's close the show with a small remembrance for a large man in between last episode in this episode Southwest Airlines founder and titan of the industry. Herb Kelleher died. He was eighty seven years old. Yeah. There was a lot of outpouring from all across the industry. Many many major airports put out nice kind words on Twitter even Ryan air spoke praise worthy of him that he was basically the granddaddy of low cost airlines shook up the industry. He changed it for the better southwest. Still to a degree is an innovator a disruptor less these days, but southwest original incarnation. But he. Seriously disrupted the industry in a lot of airlines in our around today actually thanked him for their existence today. Yeah, I'm the everything that he did as he got southwest off the ground as the airline grew. I mean was just set the stage for Ryanair in all of these other low cost carriers in the US and around the world that just I mean, there wasn't it didn't exist beforehand and the battles. He fought are pretty interesting as far as kind of the legal history of the US airline industry is owed large in in the latter. Half the twentieth century a large part to to him. I mean, I believe Ryanair actually said without her. There would be no Ryanair today. So he had a massive impact on the aviation industry that you can probably chalk up there with the the Wright brothers perhaps as maybe a bit of a stretch. But it's a big big impact. And he just loved doing it. Well, I mean, that's the thing in you know, I I met him once very very briefly. But you could see that you just like doing this, right? There's some airline execs out there that do genuinely who love the industry, but many of them these days were there solely to well, sell their soul to Wall Street in and keep the airline profitable in investors. Happy and you can tell they they have no joy in it..

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"us airways" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Fifteen twenty nine engines, he lost thrust in both engines, he said got it got it thrust in both engines, it was they go explained the cactus thing cactus. What the call side, it was US Airways, which is no longer doesn't exist. It was bought by American Airlines, but US Airways was bought by America West which was headquartered in Phoenix. And because it was headquartered in Phoenix for air, traffic control purposes, US Airways that America West went by the call sign cactus. So when they bought US Airways. They still kept the call sign cactus. And finally when they bought American Airlines, they changed it over to where they go buy American. But that was that was sully basically very calmly saying I've lost both engines. And landed on the Hudson ten years ago yesterday afternoon. Part of that story, too is the fact is ten years ten years. Eight five five two nine five a sixty six hundred Fred in Oakley, California, hullo, Fred? Hey, John good to talk. You get Holly today. Good. Thank you. What's going on? Good. Good. Well, the state of the union conundrum. I think it's got spectacular. Opportunities. Should do. Hopefully, pelosi's. Station. Him to make the state of the union speech at which point he should just set up the Oval Office invites to everybody. Wants to come can come. And they will all come. This day. Desk, no jacket on top. But let me should tie off to the side leaves rolled up and start out by saying I've been here working says Christmas, congress has gone the government's closed down. I think this would be great. And as an added bonus wouldn't have to put up with the surly optics of all the damn studying. The best part. That's the best part. I love seeing the grump setting on, you know, staring with refusing to stand the clap for something. I love you like a brother. I see Nancy Pelosi stuck OT. I've got a different sense of humor than you. Do. I think it's I think it's absolutely hilarious. And then they go through. I mean, it's it's it's almost as if. It's choreographed. I mean, they they they do it both parties do depending upon who the president is. And I I think the whole thing's ridiculous. But. Oval office. I just the Oval Office has you know, that's pretty precipitous optics there. But standing up there on that podium in the house of representatives looking down on everybody in congress. I think is it's kind of the optics are you'll you'll lorded over even though it's an equal branch. He gets the high ground. Get what you want to lose a little and we're going to gain a little, but the fact is there's not an intelligent in this country. That's not crystal clear, the state of the union. Right now. Doesn't need to be brought to the. And. Attention. Crystal clear that this government has failed at its job, and they're being paid eight eight hundred thousand or not charge bowl are still getting paid and the ball has stopped. So by solution to this ongoing problem of of government shutdowns is to do exactly what you're talking about is the people who are causing the shutdown are the ones who should not only lose their pay but be penalized for every day in which it's not solved. I it would be it would be solved immediately. Why penalize you, and I can have a debate about government employees, and whether they're good batter indifferent. But they're not the ones who are in charge of this. The ones who are causing the shutdown are the congress and the president and congress congress has a one job one job. And that is I. Specific jobs to each house naturally. I'm not I'm not the show. Does tweeted.

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"us airways" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Thirty three degrees and sunny, I'm rob Dawson with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC. We are watching the governors of both New York and New Jersey give their state of the state addresses at the same time. Both are just starting their speeches after grant introductions. We will continue to follow their speeches all afternoon right here on seventy seven WABC the eastern portion of the bridge is now not standing anymore. Many people watched the bridge be demolished this morning. This woman feels a special connection to the new Cuomo bridge and the old tappan Zee I went over the bridge when the first eastbound lane got opened like within hours, and when the first westbound rain lane of the new bridge got open, I came over that a couple of hours later, just totally unplanned. So I feel like this is part of my history for sure the old and the new the western portion will be taken down without explosives later today marks the anniversary of the miracle on the Hudson. In plain water landing in New York City berry. Leonard was on the US Airways flight fifteen forty nine that crashed into the Hudson river and said he was commuting to Charlotte North Carolina where the plane was headed. I was commuting back and forth. So it started out like any other one except it was snowing cold I've thought probably what was going to happen. It's a flight was going to be delayed. Sure enough. Dolly delay sent to another gate. I was thinking it was just a regular flight, captain Chesley. Sully sully Lindbergh helped the jet into the Hudson river after a flock of geese, disable the engines moments after take off from LaGuardia Airport does passengers crew members of first responders from that day gathered for an annual dinner this past weekend in Manhattan, the markets are trading higher. The Dow up one hundred five points, the NASDAQ up one hundred five about one and a half percent. The SAP up twenty two Rangers. Islanders devils. Seton Hall and Rutgers all in action tonight.

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"us airways" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Position. Angle retrieve touching the cows side. They're not gonna get into it. And although I can't because this is really nature would you, ladies and gentlemen, rather watch that or the implosion of the tappan Zee bridge are watching. But anyway that no, let's get on news headlines. And update the nj diet dot com studios. Seventy seven. Twenty nine degrees and mostly sunny. I'm rob Dawson with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC the eastern portion of the tap bridges now, not standing anymore much, a topic of conversation with Curtis and Juliette is people's reaction. Watching the bridge be demolished this morning. This woman feels a special connection to the new Cuomo bridge and the old tappan Zee I win over the great twin the first eastbound lane got open like within hours, and when the first westbound lane of the new bridge got open, I came over that a couple of hours later, just totally unplanned. So I feel like this is part of my history for sure the old and the new the western portion will be taken down without explosives later today marks the tenth anniversary of the miracle on the Hudson plain water landing in New York City, Barry Leonard was on the US Airways flight one five four nine that crashed into the Hudson river instead of he was commuting to Charlotte North Carolina where the plane was headed. I was commuting back and forth. So it started out like any other one except it was snowing. Cold. I've thought probably what was going to happen is a flight was going to be delayed. Sure enough Dolly delayed, but sent to another gate. I was thinking it was just a regular flight. It was January fifteenth two thousand nine the captain Chesley. Sully sully Lindbergh held guide US Airways flight one five four nine into the Hudson river after a flock of geese disabled the engines moments after takeoff from LaGuardia does passengers crew members and first responders from the one hundred fifty five of survived that day gathered for an annual dinner this past weekend at Coppola's in Manhattan. Hundreds are expected to gather today at the Charlotte aviation museum where the plane is currently housed. The markets are really pumping on Wall Street. The Dow up one hundred seventy three points, NASDAQ up one hundred fifteen about one and a half percent the s&p up Twenty-nine more than one percent.

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"us airways" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:41 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Here on a Tuesday morning. Some of the big stories that we are covering this morning. Certainly the rain for sure the teachers strike still continues today is a national bagel day, the attorney general nominee William bars in front of the Senate Judiciary committee right now. And it's a ridiculous hearing. That's just crazy Grassley is. Now, you've no longer the chairman. He's now. Oh, yes. Yes. He's still the Charrier sorry of the committee. And he's asking things like will you enforce the law in good faith? Yes. I will those are the kind of questions that the Republicans are throwing at bar. All right. Today's also the tenth anniversary of the miracle on the Hudson. If you remember US Airways flight fifteen forty nine taking off from LaGuardia January fifteenth two thousand nine and two eight pound geese flew into each of the planes. Twin engines and sully sullen burger the captain had a real important choice to make try to reach a runway either go to teeter borough or go back to LaGuardia or as we now know he went right into the Hudson river and investigators eventually said that was the only choice. He turned out to be a hero. But if you saw the movie with Tom Hanks originally, there was some question as to whether he could have made it or not. But in the end after the investigation say he pulled off a total miracle. Now, the issue here is the bird strikes. They have sky rocketed from nineteen ninety to two thousand sixteen the annual number of reported bird strikes in the US increase from eighteen hundred and fifty two thirteen thousand. This is annually. That's up seven hundred percent. Now, a lot of it has to do with how many are being reported, and we're not talking about bird strikes. Just in the engines hitting cockpit windows and hitting. Few slides of the plane knows that the plane that sort of thing, but it's tell you there has been a couple of cases were both engines are all the engines were taken off causing deaths. And so when airplanes and birds collide, there is a term that is used and it's called snark. S N A R G E A plane has been snor- GED, and this is to describe the tissue and the gooey remains of birds that are still attached to the aircraft and what ends up happening. I mean, this is disgusting. So you have it hit the airplane. And all of a sudden, of course, it's Google and feathers and stuff, but a lot of it sticks and gets harden and sticks to the airplane. And of course, the engines where it is horrible. Now the rise in bird strikes. At least the report can be mixed can be misleading. According to the center for wildlife and aviation at Embry riddle aeronautical university, there aren't necessarily many more strikes in a recurring. The number of reported strikes went up because the aviation community is paying a lot more attention on today. At least Sanchez birds either everybody thinks it's birds. Bats are also flying into airplanes, although bats are so small that I'm guessing that most of the small animals that fly into an engine really don't do much pulverized very quickly, and they turn into very very fine hamburger meat, and there's just nothing left. And I would think the same with bats. There are no feathers. There's just that. Not even that part's, just bats. So what is going on with that? I mean, this is dangerous stuff. So the FAA has is now starting to look at this and use technology. Oh, by the way out LaGuardia and JFK they round up the geese that are around the airport and the youth Anais the geese. They kill him. Now. I know that folks Peter very upset and is much more important to keep peace alive than to save one hundred and fifty people that may be on an airplane, but that's a given. So the FAA has spent more than ten years trying to perfect radar. That detects the birds that's difficult because the birds are very small relative to airplanes, but the FA FAA has been improving on it. Jet engine manufacturers have tried to figure out maybe screens to protect engine intakes. But nothing is worked out very well because there are airflow issues. Anything you put in front of an engine will decrease air flow. They need all of the air ramming into that engine. Which is why the engine front of the engine is so wide open and you have the turbans going through. Although when you think of the turbans an animal's going through tell me that is probably not one of the most impressive kitchenaid mixers. You have ever seen in your entire life. I mean that really works. So they keep on with you. I'm sorry, but is wrong with you. Well, it works. Your mind. Well, anyway, so. They're trying. And now, it's almost I think I can only think of two cases as I'm reading this in which both engines went south because of geese strike when it was when it came to the US Airways flight that cap Solan burger was piloting it was it was a small flock of geese. It was not very big in two of them went right into the engines. I mean, what are the chances? They were absolutely wrote. And so ten years they're all getting together again for a party, captain sullen burger retired two years ago. The mandatory retirement is sixty five and there are one hundred and fifty four people that are going to go to their graves thanking this man for saving their lives. All right talking about saving lives and dying. I want to bring up the odds. This a story that he was huge news a couple of nights ago. The odds of dying in the US and how he connects to the opioid crisis. And how here we go with stats and house tha-? The only thing what is it that saying stats are lies or they are damn lies. And I'll share that with you. This is KFI. Let's check in with Jennifer Jones Lee astray mix extremists have attacked a luxury hotel in Kenya's capital today. No word yet on injury. The longest government shutdown in US history is now in its twenty fifth day and the fallout continues. This is the first day. Tens of thousands of members of the coast guard are expected to miss a paycheck and the partnerships being formed between Ford and Volkswagen. The company's planned to work on commercial vehicles and grow into jointly. Developing electric and self driving cars, we'll take a look at your commute. We've got some clearing of the crash on the five KFI in. I heart radio is given wonks.

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"us airways" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Wednesday looks dry before another slight chance of rain Thursday and Friday, I'm ABC fifteen meteorologist Irish be seven three. It's fifty five degrees in Avondale. More information this morning about hoc- into healthcare that where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth last month. Former Arizona director of economic security Tim Jeffries is providing more details about the investigation he launched into haciendas finances. We conducted an audit of twenty fourteen financials, and it showed upwards to four million dollars in either aronie us or what we feared fraudulent billings. Jeffrey says the criminal investigation was ended in two thousand fourteen after governor Ducey chose not to retain Jeffries as a director. It is day twenty five of the government shutdown and major delays continue at airports as more and more TSA screeners, call out sick in Washington. There is still no word of a solution sight. And yes, this is the shutdowns impact keeps growing along with those lines and delays at airports across the country leader this week the federal courts run out of money on Friday. We are told that means they may suspend hearing civil case. Cases while the shutdown continues. That's ABC's Elizabeth her. It was ten years ago today that a US Airways flight made a shocking yet safe emergency splashdown on the Hudson river ABC's, Kenneth moten has more a decade after the miracle on the Hudson. Those aboard flight fifteen forty nine still remember every detail, and we're taking off injury the newspaper, and all of a sudden, boom, I.

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"us airways" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Sherry preston. Questions about Robert Muller's. Russia investigation expected to be front and center in the Senate confirmation hearing this morning for attorney general nominee William bar. ABC's alley Rogan is in Washington. If confirmed this would be bar second time serving as attorney general a position he previously held under president, George H W Bush during that tenure bar oversaw, Robert Muller. Now the special counsel investigating Russian interference. At the time. Muller was the head of the department of Justice's criminal division in his prepared remarks circulated Monday bar said it was in the best interests of the nation to allow Muller to finish his investigation. Washington. Lawmakers also talking about the partial government shutdown now in day twenty-five Virginia democratic Senator Tim Kaine with a message for congressional Republicans to position is twofold reopen government, and we will have a meaningful discussion with you about border security funding immigration reform. President Trump holding firmed his demands for over five billion dollars to build the border wall. All Nickerson London. Facing a critical vote today on Brexit at the foreign desk. ABC's Tom rivers after post. Phoning the boat last month Theresa May's Brexit Bill finally goes before parliament, many of the politicians some in our own party absolutely hated and they smell blood by all indications are deal will be rejected and at which stage a number of options will emerge in parliament to try to pick up the pieces and find a solution ten years ago today the term miracle on the Hudson was born. Returning the Gordian airport braced for the return of US Airways flight, fifteen forty nine lost thrust in both engines after hitting a fraud. Do you want to try to win wondering one three?.

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"us airways" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Traffic on the three. All right. Thank you. Chris AccuWeather forecast today, plenty of sunshine, beautiful day, just cold right around the freezing. Mark. We are keeping an eye on a couple of snowstorms that could hit us late this week into the weekends. We'll keep our eye on that. But for now beautiful start to the day, clear skies and cold twenty four degrees in Boston six zero five at Boston's NewsRadio. Now a community in shock over the death of a toddler who wander? Outside in the middle of the night in Newport, New Hampshire and WBZ. Sheri, small has the story. Neighbors are dropping off mementos at the doorstep of a Newport, New Hampshire home after two and a half year old so events Shoygu was found dead from exposure and hypothermia the toddler wandered outside. Overnight Monday in below zero temperatures wearing just her pajamas neighbor Taylor Hayward spoke with WBZ TV. I know it's very very hard for them. And they're going to be very hard. Newport, police chief Kim burrow says it appears to be a tragic accident this ranch as far as one of the worst tragedies, you see you never want to have to deal with cases involving young children are inference that just talk to your heartstrings. Neighbors reported hearing a child crying at about four AM, but didn't see anyone Sophia wasn't discovered until seven AM on a set of porch. Stairs, Sheri, small WBZ. Boston's newsradio. British Prime Minister Theresa may is facing a critical vote today in the plans divorce from the European Union. May is try. To win support by promising. The government will not try to water down environmental standards and workers rights after Brexit. She is expected to suffer. However, a heavy defeat in that parliament vote today six oh six and it was ten years ago today. January fifteenth the miracle on the Hudson fifteen twenty nine. You get it you want to try to win break. The voice of captain sully sullen, burgers US Airways flight as it landed safely on the water in New York City. He is taking a look back this morning on good Morning, America. I never had.

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"us airways" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on WLAC

"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now, Chris Wallace on Fox News channel the question for me as always what's going to happen next. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda, you're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages of having been in this business a long you're able to the tap. What is real what is important, and it's just Nicole noise. Chris. Some Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. California utility, which may have liability for the huge, California wildfires planning to seek financial protection from the courts Pacific Gas and electric has apparently notified regulators that it plans to file for bankruptcy at the end of the month. They're facing thirty billion dollars in possible liability costs over California's wildfires. Investigators say the company's equipment was behind. Multiple fires across northern California in two thousand seventeen. Now, it appears their equipment may have also started the campfire which turned into California's deadliest and most destructive fire ever this past fall. Torching the town of paradise. The PGA CEO has stepped down the stock prices tanked PG has said climate change drought and dead. Trees have been catastrophic. Jessica rosenthal. Fox News, a satellite launched by the Iranian space agency has failed to reach orbit the country says the booster rocket did not reach the speed required. The US had said that satellite could be used to aid era. Iran, and missile navigation. Iran says there is a second similar satellite. Which is preparing to launch today is the tenth anniversary of another flight failure still called miraculous a routine US Airways flight the afternoon of January fifteenth two thousand nine hit.

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"us airways" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Forty-six in grass valley thirty two in south Lake Tahoe and fifty four in Sacramento, six forty two time for as top national stories delays reported at airports across the country on the twenty four th day of a partial government shutdown. It says that more than twice the normal number of TSA workers are calling in sick. And they're struggling and cities like Washington where they've had to close. Checkpoints and Miami were terminal was closed over the weekend in Houston terminal b will stay close tomorrow for a third day in a row ABC Steve Olson Saami at the White House, President Trump catered a celebration for clemson's national football championship with fast food because the shutdown left kitchen staff furloughed, Wisconsin, judge that five million dollars in bail for twenty one year old Jake Patterson the man accused of kidnapping thirteen year old Jamie clause, and murdering her parents, California, governor Gavin Newsom trying to assure residents that the potential Pacific Gas and electric bankruptcy won't result in power shut offs. The company is facing billions potential damages from lawsuits recent wildfires, but Newsome says it's too soon to consider bailing the company out. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Now. More of our top stories on NewsRadio KF became population of a state native species is hit record lows California's monarch butterfly population. Hit record lows in the two thousand eighteen year. According to the New York Times, a nonprofit group that take stock of the population. Every year said that the population suffered an eighty six percent drop from the two thousand seventeen year the population was at about one hundred and forty eight thousand and then dropped to a little over twenty thousand this past year. Monarchs in the western part of the country migrate to California during the winter and biologists Emma pelton told the times that if nothing is done to preserve the western monarch they could face extinction. Jordan, Christmas, NewsRadio KFB k the miracle on the Hudson was ten years ago this week brave and skilled US Airways pilot and making an emergency landing on New York's Hudson river after hitting a flock of geese, which paralysed the jets engines, captain Chesley, sullen burger, sully saved the lives of all one hundred and fifty five passengers including in nine months. Old baby just a few hundred feet from where that plane crash..

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"us airways" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hedge fund Lampert says he cares deeply about the company. But critics and the creditors wonder how long series will remain in business. If Lampard's bid is accepted. If Sears goes into liquidation. Lampert who owns thirty one percent of the company shares in his head? Fund. Owning about nineteen percent could still benefit from the sale of all the real estate. Ryan burrow, ABC news. The Detroit International Auto Show opens this morning, and while car her makers are anxious to introduce their next big thing. Their enthusiasm is tempered a bit by the threat of a trade war ongoing trade tensions have made carmakers rethink the way, they do business, you know, multiple effects on our business from more expensive raw materials to the actual care of in and out of the US and China. Farley Ford's president global markets export quite a few Lincoln's to China. So it was quite important for us. And we're very optimistic that both countries or through the trade tensions in the escalating terrorists. We've seen. Farley expects twenty thousand nineteen sales to be down slightly this year. Daria Albinger, ABC news. The NFL conference championships are set following victories by the New England Patriots and the New Orleans Saints over the weekend. The pats will be making their eighth consecutive appearance in the AFC title game. When they visit the chiefs in Kansas City next Sunday, the saints are back in the NFC title game following tenure absence and will host the Los Angeles Rams next Sunday the miracle on the Hudson was ten years ago. This week a brave and skilled US Airways pilot making an emergency landing on New York's Hudson river after hitting a flock of geese, which paralyze the jet's engines, captain Chelsea sullen burger or solely saved the lives of all one hundred fifty five passengers including a nine month old baby. Just a few hundred feet. From where the plane crash, I.

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Radio Free Nashville

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"us airways" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"With the passengers of flight flight three nine three five scheduled to depart Washington DC for Charleston, South Carolina kindly collect their carry on luggage and get off the plane went down the stairs and gathered on the hot tarmac, and they saw something unusual. The wheels of the US Airways jet had sunk into the black pavement as if it was wet cement wheels were lodged so deep in fact that the truck that came to tow the plane away couldn't pry loose airline had hoped that without the added weight of the planes thirty five passengers the aircraft would be light enough to pull it wasn't someone posted a picture. Why is my flight canceled is DC is so damn hot that our planes sank four inches into the pavement, eventually a larger more powerful vehicle was brought into tow the plane in this time at work. The plane finally took off three hours behind schedule spokesperson for the airline blamed the inside. Very unusual temperatures the temperatures in the summer of ten twenty twelve were indeed unusually hot as they were the year before in the year before. And it's no mystery why this has been happening the profligate burning of fossil fuels the very thing that US Airways was bounded determined to do despite the inconvenience presented by a melting tarmac. This irony. The fact that the Berina fossil fuels is so radically changing our climate that it's getting in the way of our capacity to burn fossil fuels did not stop. The passengers of flight thirty nine thirty five from reimbursing and continuing their journeys Norway's climate change mentioned in any the major news coverage of the incident. I'm in no position to judge. These passengers all of us who live high consumer lifestyles wherever we happen to reside are metaphorically passengers on flight thirty nine thirty five as with a crisis that threatens our survival as a species are entire cultures continuing to do the very thing that caused the crisis only with an extra dose of elbow grease behind it. Like the airline bringing in a truck with a more powerful engine to toe that plane global economy is upping the ante from conventional sources of fossil fuels even dirt here and more dangerous versions bittermann from the Alberta. Tar sands oil from deepwater drilling asked him hydraulic fracturing fracking coal from detonated mountains. And so on. Meanwhile, each supercharge natural disaster produces new irony Laden snapshots of a climate increasingly inhospitable, the very industries most responsible for its warming like the twenty thirteen historic floods in Calgary that forced the head offices of the oil companies mining the Albert at tar sands to go dark and send their employees home while a train carrying flammable petroleum products teetered on the edge of a disintegrating rail bridge or the drought that hit the Mississippi River one year earlier wishing water levels, so low that barges loaded with coal and oil or unable to move for days while they waited for the army corps of engineers to dredge a channel. Andrew appropriate funds allocated to rebuild from the previous year's historic flooding along the same waterway or the coal fired power plants and other parts of the country that were temporarily shut down is the waterways that they drawn to cooler machinery were either too hot or too dry, or in some cases, both living with this kind of cognitive dissonance is simply part of being alive. And it's jarring moment of history crisis. We have been studying ignore studiously. Ignoring is hitting us in the face yet. We're doubling down on the stuff that caused the crisis in the first place. I denied climate change for longer than I care to admit a new is happening. Sure. And not like, Donald Trump, and the tea party is going on about how the continued existence of winter proves it's all a hoax, but I stayed pretty hazy on the details and only skimmed most of the news stories, especially the really scary. Once I told myself, the science was too complicated. If the environmentalists they're dealing with it, and I continue to behave as if there was nothing wrong with the shiny card in my wallet. Attesting to my elite frequent flyer status. A great many of us engage in this kind of climate change denial look for a split second. And then we look away or we look, but then turn it into a joke. More signs of the apocalypse, which is another way of looking away a relook, but tell ourselves comforting stories about how humans are clever, and we'll come up with a technological miracle that will safely suck the carbon out of the skies are magically turn down the heat of the sun, which I was to discover what researching this book is yet another way of looking at way, or we tried to look we we look but try to be hyper rational about it dollar for dollar is more efficient focus on economic development than climate change. Since wealth is the best protection from extremes. Whether extremes. As if having a few more dollars will make much difference. When your city is under water, which is a way of looking away if you happen to be a policy walk or we look, but tell ourselves we're too busy to care about something so distant abstract, even though we saw the water in the subways in New York City. The people on the rooftops in New Orleans and know that no one is safe. The most vulnerable least of all and the perfectly understandable. It's too as a way of looking away or we can we look, but tell ourselves that all we can do is focus on ourselves meditate shop farmers markets and stop driving. Forget tried to actually change the systems that are making the crisis inevitable because that's too much bad energy. And it'll never work. And I am here is if we are looking is many of these lifestyle changes are indeed part of this. We still have one I tightly shut or maybe we look really look. But then inevitably we seem to forget remember then forget again climate changes like that it's hard to keep in your head for very long engage in this odd form of on again off. Off-again ecological amnesia for perfectly rational reasons we deny because we fear that leading in the full reality this crisis, change, everything. And we are right. The book is this changes everything.

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