What's happening in the skies?
- Flight 8501 had rapid climb speeds
- Qatar Airways launches A350 service
- Cyprus Airways stops flying after 67 years
- Large objects from Indonesia AirAsia crash detected
- Debris from Indonesia AirAsia crash found
Indonesia AirAsia flight 8501 went missing more than three weeks ago, and the mystery is now being uncovered — with the help of the black boxes.
Qatar Airways took delivery of the first A350 almost a month ago, and the airline has already put the new plane to work.
The black boxes for the lost AirAsia flight have been recovered, according to officials.
Indonesia AirAsia flight 8501's flight data recorder, which records all inputs and actions taken by the plane, was reported as found on Monday morning.
After more than 67 years of flying, Cyprus Airways has been forced to fold.
After attempting to purchase a ticket with false identification, police got suspicious of a man at Port Columbus International Airport on Wednesday.
Almost one week after Flight 8501 disappeared, the Search and Rescue team has finally found large objects of the crashed airplane.
A day after saying that it would most likely be on the bottom of the seafloor, Indonesian officials say they've found the location of Indonesia AirAsia flight 8501.See more...
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