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  • Those pilots, Paul Hooper and Doug Cockes, predicted that the single-engine Caravan would be unsafe for high-tempo missions over the Andes Mountains.

    Flight Risk

  • McCausland says the single-engine plane crashed into a house near Biddeford Municipal Airport after 6 p.m.

    Small plane crashes into Maine house; 1 dead

  • The single-engine Cessna 207 departed Saturday evening from the community of McGrath, about 225 miles northwest of Anchorage.

    Troopers: 2 die in Alaska plane crash; 4 survivors

  • Two people were killed Saturday afternoon when a single-engine small plane crashed in a field near Sandwich Airport and Route 34 (map).

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • In 1932, Tata flew from Karachi to Mumbai in a single-engine de Havilland Puss Moth to inaugurate the first commercial air mail route in his budding corporate empire.

    India gives Air India $173 million cash infusion

  • A single-engine airplane made an emergency landing on a California highway Sunday morning, though no major injuries were reported, authorities said.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: August 24, 2009

  • In May, a 35-year old female pilot on her third solo flight encountered a violent wind shift while landing in Arizona, snared a wingtip and the badly-damaged, single-engine Piper Cherokee skidded for 2,000 feet.

    Study Recommends Installing Air Bags on Private Planes

  • After examining some 37,000 single-engine airplane accidents over three decades, experts concluded that occupants using lap belts by themselves were 50% more likely to be killed or seriously injured than those protected by a combination of lap belts and harnesses.

    Federal Agency Endorses Aviation Airbags

  • Details of a midair near-collision that put a departing United Airlines Boeing 777 barely a few hundred feet from a single-engine propeller aircraft near San Francisco International Airport last year reveal that local controllers initially documented the incident but didn't consider it an error.

    Report Details Midair Close Call

  • The U.S. decision to field cheaper and less capable single-engine F-35s while canceling production of highly maneuverable and supremely capable twin-engine F-22s looks increasingly suspect in light of new awareness of China's moves.

    China's Military Buildup Won't Stop The Defense Bear

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