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Could a passenger open a door on a passenger jet in flight?

In some cases, bad weather or mechanical problems might not be the biggest threat to a commercial airplane. On occasion, the behavior of a passenger creates a crisis situation that threatens the safety of everyone on board. This happened recently on an Alaska Airlines flight to Portland, Oregon.

Appeals court restores $28 million award in plane crash lawsuit

A saga stemming from a skydiving plane that crashed nearly seven years ago appears to be at an end. Six people were killed when the plane went down in Missouri in 2006; the families of five of the victims sued the maker of one of the airplane's parts. A jury awarded the group $48 million -- $28 million in punitive damages and $20 million in compensatory damages.

Cargo plane with American crew goes down in Afghanistan

As the war in Afghanistan has continued to stretch out, the need for U.S. civilians to conduct business in the country has increased. Conditions are obviously still dangerous for Americans there. A recent crash of a cargo plane there will serve to underscore that concept.

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