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  2. Invicta International Airlines Flight 435 - Wikipedia

    Invicta International Airlines Flight 435 (IM435) was a Vickers Vanguard 952, flying from Bristol Lulsgate to Basel-Mulhouse, which crashed into a forested hillside near Hochwald, Switzerland on 10 April 1973. The aircraft somersaulted and broke up, killing 108 people, with 37 survivors.

  3. American Airlines - Wikipedia

    American, together with its regional partners and affiliates, operates an extensive international and domestic network with almost 6,800 flights per day to nearly 350 destinations in more than 50 countries. American Airlines is a founding member of the Oneworld alliance, the third-largest

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  5. Section - Jamaica Observer

    Breaking news from the premier Jamaican newspaper, the Jamaica Observer. Follow Jamaican news online for free and stay informed on what's happening in the Caribbean

  6. Company List - WSJ

    News Corp is a global, diversified media and information services company focused on creating and distributing authoritative and engaging content and other products and services.

  7. Jeff Goldblum talks ‘zaddy’ status, fatherhood, new music. Jeff Goldblum opens up about being a father later in life, his “zaddy status,” and his new music!

  8. London Stock Exchange | London Stock Exchange

    Read today's most read article on London Stock Exchange and browse the most popular articles, to stay informed on all the top news of today.

  9. List of airline codes - Wikipedia

    African Airlines International Limited AFRICAN AIRLINES Kenya AIN African International Airways: FLY CARGO Eswatini 5A AIP Alpine Air Express: ALPINE AIR United States AIU Alicante Internacional Airlines: ALIA Spain ED* ABQ Airblue: PAKBLUE Pakistan THM Airmark Aviation: THAI AIRMARK Thailand AIR Airlift International: AIRLIFT United States ...

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  11. Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport - Wikipedia

    History. Built in 1951, the airport was served in the 1950s by Alaska Airlines, Northwest Orient, Pacific Northern Airlines and Reeve Aleutian Airways, using aircraft ranging from Douglas DC-3s to Boeing 377s, and was also a refueling stop for Canadian Pacific Air Lines service to the Far East (one such aircraft being involved in a 1951 disappearance).