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Old August 29th 06, 12:26 PM posted to alt.activism.noise.pollution,alt.activism.noise-pollution,pa.environment,rec.aviation.misc
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Default Aviation Conspiracy: Fifty Dead In Kentucky Plane Crash!!!

The graphic (website) version of this newsletter can be accessed at:
http://pages.prodigy.net/rockaway/newsletter391.htm

Quote of the Week: "the proposed rule would increase utilization of the
airport by encouraging the use of larger aircraft" from the FAA's Notice of
Proposed Rulemaking (NRPR) for New York City's LaGuardia Airport with (of
course) no environmental impact study recommended

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#391.............................................. .................................August
27, 2006 Past newsletters can be accessed at:
http://pages.prodigy.net/rockaway/ACNewsmenu.htm The PASSUR airport flight
tracking system at many major U.S. airports http://www.passur.com/sites.htm
(you must have Java installed to view it). If you want to get the newsletter
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Fifty Dead In Kentucky Plane Crash!!!

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As Bill Sees It: (Editorial) Breaking News!!! Delta Comair Commuter Flight
Crashes At Blue Grass Airport In Kentucky...Fifty Dead!!! It was just
reported on the news that a medium sized airplane crashed in Kentucky after
being allowed to take off during a storm. Early reports say that it also may
have taken off from the wrong runway which was too short (less than a mile)
for this sized plane!!! Maybe the pilot couldn't find the right runway
because of the storm. There is one survivor who is in critical condition. As
I am writing this I am watching the news as more facts are revealed but to
me it looks like an example of somebody pushing the safety envelope at the
expense of lives of the flying public. Heightened Fears As British Bomb Plot
Uncovered: The arrest of two dozen suspects by the British police recently
in a plot to blow up jetliners has prompter increased airline security
worldwide. This week you couldn't put on the TV without seeing a plane that
had grounded because of some incident or other. Any time a plane is on the
ground and not over residential communities is OK with me. The "terrorists"
seem to have the airlines in their sights as a way to hurt the "infidels"
economically. They may know what they're doing. After the attack on 9/11
aviation was so crippled that it forced some airlines into bankruptcy. If
the British plot is any indicator they apparently are looking for another
spectacular attack. The airlines and the government know this and have
increased security to levels similar to what they were after 9/11.

FAA Wants Larger Planes At New York's City's LaGuardia Airport: I see that
the FAA has proposed a new rule that would "encourage" the use of "larger
planes" at New York City's LaGuardia Airport. The use of larger planes is
supposed to "offset" a permanent cap on the number of flights at the
airport. Leave it to the FAA, always worrying about how to maximize the use
of an airport. Of course the proposed rule also says this change in
operations falls within the "categorical exclusion" definition and does not
need an environmental impacts study as required by law. Common sense says
that replacing smaller planes with larger planes to accommodate more people
would mean more noise as larger planes with more people need longer runways
and fly lower before they get airborne. The FAA completely (and
conveniently) ignores that. Also ignored is environmental impact that the
MILLIONS of more people that this new rule is supposed to add to LaGuardia
Airport's already crowded terminals. This is just another example of how
the FAA looks at environmental law as a challenge to get around and not
something to be obeyed. What they always do is to deny any increased
environmental impacts and then leave it up to President Moronic Polluter's
EPA to challenge them. It also shows how the FAA lied years ago when they
said they were no longer going to be "promoting" aviation but were going to
concentrate on safety. Speaking of safety, LaGuardia has runways that are
considered unsafe by many because of their short length. And they want to
put LARGER plane on them?


Dynamite Found In College Student' Luggage!!! (CNN) -- A college student was
detained Friday after customs agents found what they suspected was dynamite
in his checked luggage, but authorities said he was not involved in
terrorism. Authorities identified the man as Howard McFarland Fish, 21, a
U.S. citizen from Connecticut. He was flying on Continental Airlines Flight
52 from Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Houston, Texas, which landed at 6 a.m.
Friday, FBI spokeswoman Shauna Dunlap said. "It has not been tested, but
it's believed to be a half-stick of dynamite," Dunlap said of the item in
Fish's luggage. "The FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force responded and determined
that it was not an act of terrorism and U.S. Immigration and Customs
Enforcement agents took Fish into custody. ICE is currently consulting with
the U.S. attorney in Houston regarding possible criminal charges," ICE said
in a statement.
http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/08/25/dynamite.plane/



O'Hare flight caps in place through 2008: The Federal Aviation
Administration on Thursday extended by two years a cap on the number of
flights into O'Hare International Airport in an effort to curtail delays at
one of the world's busiest airports. Domestic airlines will continue to be
limited to a combined 88 arrivals per hour between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. until
Oct. 31, 2008 -- at which point the FAA expects Chicago to have completed
the first runway associated with O'Hare's planned $15 billion expansion.
O'Hare's last-place ranking in on-time performance among the busiest 31 U.S.
airports in 2004 first prompted the FAA to impose the cap.
http://www.businessweek.com/ap/finan...s_down&chan=db





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Old August 29th 06, 03:48 PM posted to alt.activism.noise.pollution,alt.activism.noise-pollution,pa.environment,rec.aviation.misc
Peter R.
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Default Aviation Conspiracy: Fifty Dead In Kentucky Plane Crash!!!

Free Speaker wrote:

It was just
reported on the news that a medium sized airplane crashed in Kentucky after
being allowed to take off during a storm.

snip
Maybe the pilot couldn't find the right runway because of the storm.


A fine example of why it doesn't pay to speculate without all the correct
facts.


--
Peter
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Old August 29th 06, 03:56 PM posted to rec.aviation.misc
Bob Noel
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Default Aviation Conspiracy: Fifty Dead In Kentucky Plane Crash!!!

In article ,
"Peter R." wrote:

Free Speaker wrote:

It was just
reported on the news that a medium sized airplane crashed in Kentucky after
being allowed to take off during a storm.

snip
Maybe the pilot couldn't find the right runway because of the storm.


A fine example of why it doesn't pay to speculate without all the correct
facts.


do not feed the trolls - especially the long island looney bird

(groups trimmed)

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Bob Noel
Looking for a sig the
lawyers will hate

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Old September 2nd 06, 06:55 PM posted to alt.activism.noise.pollution,alt.activism.noise-pollution,pa.environment,rec.aviation.misc
TGM
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Default Aviation Conspiracy: Fifty Dead In Kentucky Plane Crash!!!


Peter R. wrote:
Free Speaker wrote:

It was just
reported on the news that a medium sized airplane crashed in Kentucky after
being allowed to take off during a storm.

snip
Maybe the pilot couldn't find the right runway because of the storm.


A fine example of why it doesn't pay to speculate without all the correct
facts.


--
Peter


Facts get in Birdstrike Bill's way.

Tom

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Old September 8th 06, 09:22 PM posted to alt.activism.noise.pollution,alt.activism.noise-pollution,pa.environment,rec.aviation.misc
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Default Aviation Conspiracy: Fifty Dead In Kentucky Plane Crash!!!

So Bill,

Exactly when did the chunk of "blue ice" land on your head and give you
such a negative attititude toward airplanes?

 




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