Author Elaine Paniszczyn

New tech could revolutionize search and rescue in wake of Malaysia Flight 370

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Based on satellite photos 17 days after Malaysia Flight 370 went missing, officials reported the Boeing 777’s 239 crewmembers and passengers perished in the southern Indian Sea. The Boeing 777 left Kuala Lumpur Sat.,

Wings of Freedom flies into Dallas

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  Cloudy, overcast skies and chilly winds did not prevent warplane enthusiasts from touching and being touched by the Collings Foundation Wings of Freedom Tour, March 19-20 at Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas. Visitors

Highway in the sky remains on shelf, for now

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Elaine Paniszczyn, Stacey Starkey Time and again futurists and science fiction visionaries have disappointed the waiting public. The year is 2014 and I have no robot maid, no instant ever-youth injections and most distressing no

DFW International Police Report

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Theft Feb. 12 An Irving search warrant recovered multiple items believed to have been stolen at DFW Airport. The owner of a Black Apple iPhone 4 8GB ($450) reported his phone was pinging at a specific

Happy 40th Birthday DFW

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Milestone marks new era of growth, economic impact for region. Forty years ago, the first flight into what was then called DFW Regional Airport landed just after midnight from Little Rock, Ark. on the final

Bizarre fighter returns after eight-year restoration

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Dubbed the “Flying Pancake” and resembling a UFO, the Vought V-173, designed by Charles Zimmerman, took off over Long Island Sound more than 70 years ago on Nov. 23, 1942. Now restored, the prototype

Replica of JFK’s Air Force One lets visitors relive history

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Sights and sounds inside the mockup of President John F. Kennedy’s Air Force One take visitors to Frontiers of Flight Museum back 50 years to the afternoon JFK was assassinated on Fri., Nov. 22,

Exercise tests DFW’s emergency response

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In the Saturday morning chill, streams of fire trucks and ambulances from communities around DFW Airport poured into DFW DPS Station #4, Fire Training Research Center (FTRC) in response to a mock disaster. They

Kenya Airways grows into its own

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Kenya Airways, known as the Pride of Africa, may be a small, three-star airline with only 45 aircraft today, but it is poised for growth into new markets over the next several years. The airline’s

Pros reminisce about racing’s early days

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Roars of race car engines rounding tracks in videos on big screens mixed with vintage rock ‘n roll music as race car drivers, builders, owners, and fans admired cars, memorabilia and photos and talked