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Jun

13, 2011

7 Survive WWII Bomber Plane Crash in Chicago

Other Accidents

June 13, 2011 Seven people survived after a B-17 bomber dating back to WWII crash-landed in a cornfield in the far western suburbs of Chicago on Monday morning. All seven people aboard the vintage plane survived, said Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Elizabeth Isham Cory. Only one person was injured and treated at Rush-Copley Medical Center. The […]

Jun

13, 2011

Please, Enough with the Tort Reform: At This Rate, Ohio Citizens Will Have No Rights!

Medical Malpractice

June 13, 2011 Several years ago the legislature capped financial awards for medical malpractice lawsuits, and earlier this year the state’s largest physician group asked lawmakers to expand legal protections for doctors into additional areas. The Ohio State Medical Association wants the General Assembly to pass a proposal that would significantly raise the legal standard […]

Jun

10, 2011

Alaska Airlines and JetBlue Earn Highest Customer Satisfaction Ratings

Aviation Accident

June 10, 2011 A new study finds that customers’ satisfaction with airlines is improving while their dissatisfaction with fees continues to grow. The J.D. Power and Associates 2011 North America Airline Satisfaction Study found that in 2011 overall customer satisfaction with airlines improved to an average of 683 on a 1,000-point scale; that’s up 10 […]

Jun

09, 2011

Alaska Airlines replaces pilot manuals with iPads

Aviation Accident

June 9, 2011 LOS ANGELES — As part of his daily routine for the last 15 years, Alaska Airlines pilot Randy Kleiger hauled his 40-pound airline manuals onto his jet, using them to check everything from routing information and company policies to airport parking. But the 1,000-plus pages of paper are soon to be history, […]

Jun

08, 2011

Pilot Ejects from Fighter Jet Prior to Wisconsin Crash

Other Accidents

June 8, 2011 A Wisconsin National Guard airplane crashed into an empty house in the Township of New Chester yesterday but its pilot managed to safely eject from the plane just prior to the crash. The pilot, who is a member of the Madison-based 115th Fighter Wing of the Wisconsin Air National Guard, ejected from […]