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US Airways flight diverted, passengers questioned

Yahoo Daily News 13 Sep 2011
ST. LOUIS (Reuters) - A transcontinental US Airways flight was diverted to St ... The flight, which had 128 passengers and five crew members, "was diverted out of an abundance of caution because of a security concern," US Airways spokeswoman Valerie Wunder said. The incident came just days after military fighter jets escorted two U.S ... Most Popular ... ... / .
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Airlines find new ways to cut costs

Denver Post 27 Oct 2009
"Removing 100 pounds of unnecessary weight from each aircraft in the US Airways fleet results in saving approximately 450,000 gallons of fuel in a year," said US Airways spokeswoman Valerie Wunder. To lessen pain at the pump, jet engines are being washed more often to remove ...
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US Airways repairs bullet hole in passenger jet

The Examiner 28 Mar 2008
(Map, News) - US Airways said it has repaired and returned to service the passenger jet damaged when a pilot's pistol went off in flight. Company spokeswoman Valerie Wunder said Thursday the hole in the airplane's cockpit was repaired under supervision of the Federal Aviation Administration.
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US Airways crew falls ill on Boston flight
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US Airways crew falls ill on Boston flight

USA Today 06 Nov 2007
The crewmembers, including both pilots, asked that the flight be met by emergency medical workers, said Valerie Wunder, an airline spokeswoman ... No passengers reported feeling ill, Wunder said ... The pilots of the Airbus A319 returned to Washington a few minutes later because the crew and passengers noticed fumes, Wunder said.
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File - Residents walk through the destruction of the once rebel-held Salaheddine neighborhood in the eastern Aleppo, Syria, Jan. 20, 2017.  The United Nations said the first 10 years of Syria’s conflict, which began in 2011, killed more than 300,000 civilians. The report released Tuesday, June 28, 2022, by the U.N. Human Rights Office is the highest yet estimate of conflict-related civilian deaths in the country. Syria's conflict began with anti-government protests that broke out in March 2011 in different parts of Syria, demanding democratic reforms following Arab Spring protests across the Middle East.
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