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Boeing tops Airbus to remain world's top jetmaker Boeing said it delivered a record number of aircraft in 2018, its tally of 806 narrowly topping Airbus’ count of 800 deliveries for the year. The plane was handed over to the carrier at a delivery ceremony the next day Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY Fullscreen Boeing 737s painted in the colors of numerous airline customers could be seen at the Boeing Field flight line on June 28, 2017 Bike and pedestrian lanes act as thoroughfares through giant complex
His imagination fired up, potter builds longest climbing kiln KUROISHI, Aomori Prefecture--Like many of his friends, Rikei Imai assumed he was destined to work fo He came across Tokoname-style sankinko pottery produced during the Heian Period (794-1185) In 1990, Imai completed then the longest climbing kiln, the 100-meter-long Garyu kiln, in Kashiwazaki, Niigata Prefecture Finally, Imai plans to solicit suggestions for the name of the new kiln on a website in the near future
35 Fun And Thoughtful Birthday Gift Ideas That Are All Less Than $20 Just bookmark this list *now* because it's always someone's birthday. A non-stick pizza prep mat, because there is not a soul in the world who doesn't love pizza, and therefore, would not want this mat A pair of in-style acrylic earrings, because friends help friends keep up with trends They're super affordable but the LOOK high, highhhhh end Check out all of BuzzFeed’s gift guides!
Avengers Endgame HORROR: New Loki TV show report confirms he really is DEAD? AVENGERS ENDGAME and Tom Hiddleston fans hoping for a Loki miracle just got very bad news after new rumours from the Loki TV series seem to prove his death in Infinity War is final. It's starting to looky likey Loki really is actually dead this time (Image: MARVEL ) This also ties in with the latest reports on the Scarlett Witch spin-off series which is now known as Vision and The Scarlet Witch This is exciting news if it opens up an entire new storytelling arc for the Marvel television universe, but will be a huge blow to Hiddleston fans
Norwegian Air 737 has been stuck in Iran for 4 weeks And it's unclear when it will get to leave. At this moment, we don't have a fixed timeline but we are hoping for it to be as soon as possible so we can get the aircraft back in the air At this moment, we don't have a fixed timeline but we are hoping for it to be as soon as possible so we can get the aircraft back in the air
Zoe Ball insists she got BBC Radio 2 job on merit - not because of her gender Zoe Ball will replace Chris Evans just days after Jeremy Clarkson declared no one “with a scrotum” has a chance of getting a big job with the BBC any more And although Zoe admitted to anxiety dreams ahead of the show’s launch, she said her team is feeling positive Read More Showbiz and TV editor's picks Katie Price admits driving while banned Lisa Appleton strips completely naked BAFTA nominations in full Kelly Brook's giant boob agony
TSA officers get some shutdown love They may not be getting paid, but the thousands of TSA officers working at airports across the country are getting plenty of support from the public during the government shutdown. If any of your officers are in need of items for their kids, we can help! HopeSupplyCoNTX (@HopeSupplyCoNTX) January 9, 2019 Appreciated, but again, the ethics issue When one passenger tried to give me a cash tip, I had to refuse, she wrote
Review: ‘And Breathe Normally’ shows universality of immigration and addiction Icelandic drama brings together two women from different parts of the globe facing topical challenges. Set in a particularly gray and windswept stretch of the Reykjanes Peninsula, where those persistent, howling gusts serve as a chilling metaphor for the swirl of upheaval that threatens to uproot people like these, the film, which debuted last year at Sundance, covers considerable, resonant socio-political ground while being anchored by the compelling performances of its’ leads
19 Phenomenal Things That Can Only Be Found in Iceland Iceland is an island that can be found in the northern part of the Atlantic ocean. Though the name of the country means the land of ice, in reality the nature there is diverse and magical. But Iceland deserves people’s love not just because of its natural beauty. There are pretty grass roof houses, funny policemen, and cute traffic lights as well. But Iceland deserves people’s love not just because of its natural beauty Crosswalks in this country can also be very different Krónur coins, the Icelandic currency, have national marine species on them Share your thoughts about this country in the comments below Preview photo credit shaanxiprovince / reddit
The Lebanese man who built his own castle As a child, Moussa Al Maamari was scolded by his teacher for dreaming that he would one day build a castle of his own. Today, Moussa Castle welcomes around 1,000 visitors a day.
AGT’s Susan Boyle Opens Up About Her Journey from ‘Unknown Lady with a Cat’ to Superstar Susan Boyle tells PEOPLE she wants to show America's Got Talent viewers and fans that "there is still life in this old girl!" Get push notifications with news, features and more She’s already made a grand impression by earning judge Mel B‘s coveted Golden Buzzer He inspires me to continue and strive for perfection, she says, adding that he’s the best boss in the world AGT: The Champions airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC
Oregon begins killing sea lions after relocation fails PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Oregon wildlife officials have started killing California sea lions that threaten a fragile run of winter steelhead in the Willamette River, a body of water that's miles inland from the coastal areas where the massive carnivorous aquatic mammals usually congregate to feed. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife obtained a federal permit in November to kill up to 93 California sea lions annually below Willamette Falls south of Portland, Oregon. Less than 30 years ago, that number was more than 15,000 If so, Oregon wildlife managers must hold the sea lion for 48 hours before killing it In a similar program, Oregon and Washington have already killed more than 150 sea lions below the Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River to protect threatened and endangered salmon
WATCH: Shocking moment car SLAMS into police vehicle at full speed FLORIDA, USA was the scene of an alarming car crash which is rapidly going viral. A dramatic video caught the moment a car slammed into a Highway Patrol vehicle at full speed leaving both drivers injured. A shocking viral video has captured a horrifying car crash in southwest Florida, USA It shows Verbiest’s Chevrolet SUV pulling over on the side of the road in Lee County The Mazda is hurled backwards from the impact, its bonnet completely damaged and crumpled
What Are Your Tips For Traveling In The Winter? Because bulky sweaters take up a lot more space than swimsuits. SooOoooOOoo you saw a dirt cheap flight to somewhere amazing and immediately booked your ticket Tap to play GIF Only to realize the travel dates are for January - March, which means more cold weather Tap to play GIF Or packing tips since bulky sweaters take up more of your precious space
Toyota and Lexus Are Recalling 1.7 Million Vehicles Due to Deadly Airbags At least 23 people have reportedly been killed worldwide as a result of the airbags So far, the recall has involved 19 automakers and tens of millions of airbags Get push notifications with news, features and more This latest recall is for certain Toyota, Lexus and Scion models Owners can also check if their vehicle is eligible for the recall here
Aviation industry to Trump and Congress: End shutdown or risk more travel troubles A coalition of industry groups and unions says the shutdown has already hurt the travel industry and that the impact will worsen. A coalition of aviation industry groups from the Air Line Pilots Association to the U.S. Travel Association sent a letter to President Trump and congressional leaders Thursday, urging an end to the second longest government shutdown Thomas Hawthorne, The Arizona Republic via USA TODAY NETWORK Fullscreen New brewing equipment, rear, sits idle in a warehouse used by the Alementary Brewing Co. in Hackensack, N.J., Jan. 7, 2019