London: A man, who is believed to be a stowaway, fell thousands of feet to his death from a Heathrow-bound jet liner on a car parked in a quiet residential street here.
A bloodied body of the young man, who crash-landed on the car parked in the street, was found in the Heathrow flight path, police said on Monday.
Horrified residents living in west London, just a few miles from Heathrow, woke to find the young man's body on the road outside their homes at 7:55 am (local time) on Sunday, The Sun reported.
Scotland Yard is investigating suggestions the victim, in his 30s, tumbled from the plane as it prepared to land at Heathrow....more
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Paris: France-based airplane manufacturer Airbus has said it delivered a record number of 15 jets, worth more than $1.5 billion, to its corporate clients in 2010. The company said the deliveries were both for customers and operators in Aisa, Europe and the Middle East, including private users and government clients, Xinhua reported. The sales list included A318 Elites, Airbus Corporate Jetliners (ACJs) and A320 Prestiges, the company said in a...
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