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Pilot 'sucked halfway' out of cockpit after windshield shatters

A Sichuan Airlines plane made an emergency landing after its windshield shattered and a co-pilot was partially sucked out of the cockpit.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Plane makes emergency landing after cockpit windshield breaks

A passenger plane was forced to make an emergency landing in western China after part of the cockpit windshield broke.
SBS

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News video: Sichuan Airlines co-pilot sucked halfway out of cockpit

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A Sichuan Airlines co-pilot was sucked halfway out of an aircraft cockpit when it windshield shattered mid-flight, according to Chinese state media.
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Sydney-bound Etihad flight makes emergency landing in Adelaide after 'warning indication in cockpit'

A plant travelling from Abu Dhabi to Sydney was forced to make an emergency landing at Adelaide Airport after a smoke alarm sounded on board.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Kubica to test 2017 Renault in Hungary

Renault described the decision as a "a new phase in assessing Kubica's capabilities." The 32-year-old returned to the cockpit in Renault's 2012 car in June and had a second test earlier this month.
SBS

Formula One 'halo' is a mistake, says Lauda

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One's decision to introduce a 'halo' cockpit protection device next year is a mistake, according to former champion Niki Lauda.
SBS

F1 to implement 'halo' protection device from 2018

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One will introduce the 'halo' cockpit protection system from next year, the sport's governing body, the FIA, said on Wednesday.
SBS

F1 shield needs more work, says Horner

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One should hold fire on introducing a new "shield" cockpit protection system until the device has been fully tested and refined, according to Red Bull team principal..
SBS

Formula One to test 'shield' device at Silverstone

SPIELBERG, Austria (Reuters) - Ferrari will trial a new transparent frontal protection cockpit 'shield' in British Grand Prix practice at Silverstone next week, Formula One's governing body said on..
SBS

Kubica to test again with Renault

SPIELBERG, Austria (Reuters) - Polish driver Robert Kubica, whose Formula One career looked over when he partially severed his forearm in a 2011 rally accident, will have a second test with Renault..
SBS

Ostapenko still flying high as she reaches second round

LONDON (Reuters) - When Jelena Ostapenko travelled home to Latvia following her bolt-from-the-blue triumph at the French Open, she was flying high after being invited to sit in the cockpit with the..
SBS

Flying course set for new VCE horizon

Chris Barry's classes take place in a cockpit.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

No terror link in MH128 flight fracas: PM

The prime minister has told parliament an incident involving a man trying to access the cockpit of a Malaysia Airlines plane from Melbourne was not terrorism.
SBS

Passengers tackled man who 'threatened to blow up Malaysia Airlines Flight MH128'

Passengers described the panic as a man tried to break into the cockpit of MH128.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •The Age

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