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5 Conspiracy Theories In Washington That Will Make You Question The Truth

These days, it’s pretty much impossible to stay up-to-date on current trends without stumbling across some wild conspiracies — and we don’t (ever) want to delve into those. However, Washington happens to have some fascinating conspiracy theories that, admittedly, do leave us scratching our heads. The truth isn’t often black and white — it’s usually […] The post 5 Conspiracy Theories In Washington That Will Make You Question The Truth appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Rolls-Royce Successfully Completes Boeing 747 Flight Using 100% Eco Fuel

Rolls-Royce has successfully completed a test flight of a Boeing 747 using 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). The aircraft, which was fitted with a Trent 1000 turbofan engine, was running on unblended SAF, while the other three mills used standard jet fuel. The plane took off from Tuscon Airport and made its way across New Mexico and Texas, before landing back in Arizona.
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Qantas: Melbourne flights to London, Singapore to start November

Qantas will restart of international flights from Melbourne to London and Singapore in November, in line with Victoria abandoning quarantine for all fully-vaccinated travellers from November 1. The airline says there'll initially be two return Boeing 787 flights a week between Melbourne and London starting November 6 (six weeks earlier...
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RAF Squadron reclaims standard from Guernsey

A link between Guernsey and a Royal Air Force squadron has been reaffirmed as the island has returned the unit's standard, lodged there in 2011. The affiliation with 201 Squadron dates back to 1939 - shortly before the island was occupied by German forces for five years during World War Two.
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Qatar brings back daily Sydney, Melbourne flights

Qatar Airways will resume daily flights to both Sydney and Melbourne from December 1, making it easier for Australians to plan that long-awaited international trip, as well as helping bring home more Australians who remain overseas. While the Qantas partner and Oneworld member has been running a pared-back schedule throughout...
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Powerful South Carolina lawmaker Leatherman in hospice care

COLUMBIA, S.C. — (AP) — State Sen. Hugh Leatherman, South Carolina’s oldest and most powerful state lawmaker, is currently receiving hospice care after the discovery of what colleagues described as an inoperable cancer. Leatherman’s staff notified a handful of lawmakers that the 90-year-old Florence Republican was recently hospitalized after experiencing...
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Singapore Airlines To Bring Back The A380 To Sydney In December

Singapore Airlines has announced its third Airbus A380 route today. The airline will deploy the superjumbo on flights to Sydney, bringing back the jet on the route after 20 months. The announcement means Singapore Airlines will now operate two daily flights to Sydney and one more over the week. Back...
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British Airways strikes codeshare deal with Kenya Airways

British Airways’ customers will be able to fly to more destinations across Africa, thanks to a new codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways. Customers flying to Nairobi with British Airways will be able to seamlessly connect onto 20 destinations across east and central Africa, including Douala, Zanzibar, Lusaka, Mombasa, Addis Ababa and Entebbe.
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British Airways to codeshare with Kenya Airways

British Airways has announced a codeshare with Kenya Airways over routes between London and Kenya, as well as connections at both ends. British Airways Boeing 777-200ER – Image, Economy Class and Beyond. Passengers flying to Nairobi with British Airways will be able to seamlessly connect to 20 destinations across East...
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What Happened To British Airways’ Low-Cost Subsidiary Go Fly?

UK flag carrier British Airways has a long and fascinating history behind it. The airline’s name often conjures up images of iconic aircraft like Concorde and the Boeing 747. However, did you know that, around the turn of the century, BA also had a low-cost subsidiary? This carrier went by the name of Go Fly, and flew 737s out of Bristol and London Stansted.
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Virgin Atlantic adds more US routes as borders reopen

The magic of Orlando and the bright lights of Las Vegas are now one step closer, as Virgin Atlantic has confirmed both services will resume operations on the November 8th, the same day that the US borders reopen. Connections between the Big Apple and the north of England are also...
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QANTAS and Jetstar will bring forward the restart of more international flights to popular destinations from Sydney, will accelerate the return of the A380

All Australian-based Qantas and Jetstar employees able to return to work in early December 21. Qantas to launch new route from Sydney to Delhi before Christmas*. Flights from Sydney to Singapore, Bangkok, Phuket, Johannesburg, Fiji to resume ahead of schedule. Early return of the A380. Points Planes for frequent flyers.
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British Airways, Kenya Airways Announce New Codeshare Agreement

MIAMI – British Airways (BA) and Kenya Airways (KQ) today announced a new codeshare agreement. BA passengers who fly to Nairobi can now seamlessly connect to 20 destinations across East and Central Africa. The agreement also gives BA travelers more convenient flight options to popular holiday destination Mauritius and Seychelles.
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Airlines Flock To Add Australia Capacity Ahead Of The Country’s Reopening

Australia is set to reopen its international borders for fully vaccinated residents at the beginning of next month. However, flights have remained as expensive as before the pandemic, making holidays abroad for many no more a reality than over the past year. That could be about to change as both national and foreign airlines are gearing up to increase capacity. Perhaps, more can now make it home for Christmas.
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One Of The Potential Replacements For The Aging ISS Could Reach Orbit By 2027

For quite some time, NASA has been encouraging private industry to replace the aging International Space Station with a commercial successor, and while Axiom Space has already stated its intention to do so in the future, a new consortium made up of Nanoracks, Voyager Space, and Lockheed Martin has now announced that they will build the "first-ever free-flying commercial space station," with operations set to begin in 2027.
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PM: Australia-Singapore ‘travel bubble’ by November

Quarantine-free travel between Australia and Singapore is on the cards for November, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying the two countries could sign an agreement as early as next week. Singapore has already established what it calls ‘vaccinated travel lanes’ with several countries including South Korea, Germany, Canada, Denmark, France...
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American Airlines Expects To Add First Class Seats To Airbus A319 Fleet

When American Airlines took delivery of its first Airbus A319s in 2013, they used a tighter configuration than with past fleets. So after US Airways management took over about six months later, they didn’t seek to redo the interiors. And they found it easy to configure older (1998-2006 delivery) US Airways A319s to match, albeit without seat back entertainment and with a less comfortable and less padded seat.
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