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It flew south, but as it turned and headed north to return to the Yorkshire airfield, the Wellington lost height and crashed into a cottage and a wooded area on the edge of the village at 10.
He was flying my aircraft and had risen only a hundred feet or so when I believe his propeller constant speed unit failed, his aircraft lost height and crashed in uneven ground nearby.
The plane was large and far too slow No chance to run for it Huns' bullets found their deadly mark And made a perfect hit It lost height fast and spiralled down Into the deep blue sea A crew was lost and Miles was dead That wasn't meant to be.
With cabin crew frantically trying to pinpoint the problem the aircraft lost height, forcing captain John Morrison to divert.
Back outside the top flight, EasyJet shares lost height after founder Stelios HajiIoannou dismissed reports he was about to take the company private.
It appears the hot-air balloon, which was carrying heavy gas cannisters, lost height very quickly but no-one yet knows why.
But when they are taken away from the stress - such as quarreling parents - and placed in a more stable home, they eat and drink normally again, and catch up on their lost height, doctors in Southampton found.
British Airways lost height after it had to cancel a flight amid security fears, with shares flying 3p lower to 229.
Among the biggest fallers were aerospace stocks BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce which both lost height after US aircraft giant Boeing posted a second quarter loss.
Stunned drivers on the M8 near the airport watched in horror as the plane lost height and crashed.