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some point in the air

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In the Quick Turns department beginning on page 22 of this month's issue is a news item on the NTSB's recent Safety Alert, which suggests pilots should consider increased use of technological solutions as to help prevent midair collisions.
It was supposed to be able to come down from midair.
To investigate the 1967 midair collision of a Piedmont Airlines Boeing 727 and a Cessna 310 that killed all 82 people on both planes, Houle relies mostly on primary sources, mainly transcripts of congressional hearings, National Transportation Safety Board hearings, the accident report, group chairman reports, court depositions, investigator's reports, and other relevant government and legal documents.
A: bubble sometimes bursts in midair because of gravity, the force that pulls all objects toward Earth.
The revelations come just 20 months after a leak sparked a midair explosion over Afghanistan, killing 14 crew.
Avery was serving as the Balad Air Base tower controller, he averted a potentially disastrous nighttime midair collision at the approach-end of Runway 30.
Lauren McKenna and her unlikely ally Henry Parrish must work together to help save the survivors aboard Wayfarer Flight 880; they struggle against the machinations of a ruthless airline seeking to manipulate the impending disaster for their own benefit, in the hope of executing a daring midair rescue.
While The Naval midair collisions are costly to naval aviation, we first need to focus on the many near-midair collisions (NMACs) to prevent situations that lead to actual collisions.
There were three more accidents last year that killed more than 100 people: May's Armavia A320 crash into the Black Sea (113 fatalities), July's S7 Airlines A310 overrun in Irkutsk (126 deaths) and September's midair collision that brought down a Gol 737-800 (154 fatalities).
Once Shaun is in midair, the friction between his shoe soles and the upward-pushing skateboard helps keep the board snug to his feet.
Of course, there's the usual inspired Cirque du Soleil gyrating, juggling, and midair contorting.
One of the most famous bridges to nowhere is Pittsburgh's Fort Duquesne Bridge that terminated in midair over the Allegheny River for six years before finally coming to rest beside Three Rivers Stadium, then home to NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers and 750,000 area residents.
Meanwhile, the woman hangs in midair, upside down, and has two faces, on the front and back of her head.
Product X still has some side effects; these include making Esteban shrink, float in midair and dance uncontrollably to bad song lyrics.
Certain ants that live 30 or so meters up in tropical trees can save themselves in midair from ruinous falls by making moves previously known only in cheesy action films.