We finally know what happened to Amelia Earhart | AeroTime Weekend Special

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WEEKEND SPECIAL | 10 March 2018
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We finally know what happened to Amelia Earhart

One of the most captivating mysteries in aviation history – the disappearance of Amelia Earhart – recently had a major breakthrough. A new study published by Professor Richard Jantz in a Forensic Anthropology Journal claims that bones found on a deserted Nikumaroro island in 1940s may have been Earhart’s, suggesting that she died as a castaway along with her navigator Fred Noonan.

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No protection for F-22 pilot who raised safety concerns

A Department of Defense Inspector General report investigating allegations that the Air Force illegally retaliated against one of the pilots concerned about F-22 hypoxia issues reveals how difficult it is to protect military whistleblowers.

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Low cost, long range, intensive competition

The low-cost model was introduced by the founder Southwest. Although initially met with some skepticism within the industry, the model ended up transforming traditional aviation itself and has certainly managed to fly much more passengers than even before. The low-cost is here to stay.

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