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The Incredible Boeing Tri-Jet And Why It Failed

Many people consider the iconic, four-engine Boeing 747 to be the ‘Queen of the skies.’ However, there was once a time when the American...

South African Airways Receives Another Government Bailout Worth $640 Million

On Wednesday, the South African government announced that they were prepared to give South African Airways a bailout of R10.5 billion ($640 million) to...

Waterparks, Hotels, & Restaurants – Fun Uses For Retired Aircraft

All around the world, many airplanes are no longer flying but serving a new purpose. Some are waterparks, some are restaurants, and some are...

What To Expect From The Next Generation Of Commercial Aircraft

While 2020 has been hard for aviation at large, it has also given us a preview it what the next generation of commercial aircraft...

Kenya Airways To Resume New York Flights After 7 Months

The flag carrier of Kenya, Kenya Airways, is set to resume its newest long-distance route from the East African nation to New York City....

Where Will Kuwait Airways Fly Its New Airbus A330-800s?

With great excitement, we saw Kuwait Airways take the first (and second) delivery of its newest aircraft type: the rare Airbus A330-800. This is...

Indian Aviation Minister Extends Domestic Fare Cap

India’s Civil Aviation Minister, Hardeep Singh Puri, announced that domestic fare caps will remain in place until next February. The government has had a...

Do Pilots Really Eat Different Meals On A Flight?

The last thing you want to be affected by onboard an aircraft is food poisoning. It’s even worse when it comes from a badly...

Why Don’t Planes Use Reverse Thrust To Push Back?

When a plane departs an airport and pushes back from the gate, it uses a small but powerful ‘tug’ truck to reverse. Why don’t...

Qantas Remains Positive On Domestic Activity As It Manages The Crisis

Qantas spoke about the state of its domestic and international services in its Annual General Meeting (AGM) last week. The flag carrier of Australia’s...

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Breaking: EASA Declares The 737 MAX Is Safe To Return

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has confirmed that the Boeing 737 MAX is safe to return to service in Europe. The aircraft has...

Lime adds shared electric mopeds to the mix – TechCrunch

Lime is adding electric mopeds — painted in the company’s signature green — to its micromobility platform as the startup aims to own the...

United Adds Four Flights From Denver – AirlineGeeks.com

January 27, 2021 6:00 am ET By Jose Antonio PayetUnited Adds Four Flights From Denver This week United released its updated schedule for the spring, which...

American Airlines Issues Skiplagging Warning To Travel Agents

In its latest move to crack down on skiplagging passengers, American Airlines has issued a notice to travel agents advising that it will be...

Which Countries Have The Most Airports?

Passenger numbers worldwide have shifted, and predictions of when demand may return remain precarious at best; however, aviation infrastructure still stands for now. Let’s...
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