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Blood In The Sky: 10 Years After The Miracle On The Hudson, Bird Strikes Remain An Unsolved Danger For Aviation

7 monthes ago   |   By Forbes

Airports have gotten better at shooing birds away, but rates of damaging strikes at altitude haven't improved. Meanwhile the skies have only gotten more crowded, as populations have increased of the large birds that pose the greatest risk to airplanes, and air travel has continued to expand.
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Welcome to Georgia

Welcome to Georgia

Georgia – Tbilisi has been the capital city since the fifth century, the country of one of the most ancient histories and cultures in the world. Its special geographical... Read more ...

Number of South Koreans visiting Japan declined last month to its lowest point

Number of South Koreans visiting Japan declined last month to its lowest point

The number of South Korean tourists visiting Japan declined last month to its lowest point in nearly a year with visitors having canceled their travel plans in the middle of... Read more ...

Here's Your First Peek At What A 2021 Spec Formula One Car Might Look Like

Here's Your First Peek At What A 2021 Spec Formula One Car Might Look Like

The next generation of Formula One regulations are supposed to fix the sport. We're all well aware of how difficult passing can be in with the current specification car, as the... Read more ...

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Could You Endure 20 Hours In Coach? Qantas Plans To Find Out

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In Japan's Bubble Era, Nissan Proved Economy Cars Don't Have To Suck

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Today, automakers reserve limited-production vehicles to high performance sports cars and supercars. But in the height of Japan's Bubble Era, Nissan had a different, better... Read more ...

Cuba tourism plunged 23 percent on the year in July

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Arrival of tourists to Cuba dropped 23.6 percent on 2019 July, official data showed on Wednesday, verified the blow dealt to the sector by tightening Trump administration of... Read more ...

Albany becoming one of Western Australia's hottest tourism destinations

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Qantas to ply dry runs of longest flights from October

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China witnesses fast growth in tourists visiting Central and Eastern...

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China witnessed a fast growth in tourists visiting Central and Eastern European countries in the first half of this year, due to the opening of more direct flights. A report... Read more ...

We've Got A Diverse Group Of Cars On Track Today. What Do You Want To Know?

We've Got A Diverse Group Of Cars On Track Today. What Do You Want To Know?

Today a contingent of Jalopnik staffers are hanging out at New York's Monticello Motor Club to track test an eclectic batch of cars: a Mustang GT350, Acura NSX, Hyundai... Read more ...

NSW tourism to shine with 2019 Newcastle Pride Festival

NSW tourism to shine with 2019 Newcastle Pride Festival

The 2019 Newcastle Pride Festival is Newcastle's second Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Intersex and Queer Pride Festival. The Festival kicked off today with ‘Serving in... Read more ...