Archive for March, 2010


Air Berlin Shrinks Boeing 787 Order, Defers 737s

Air Berlin says they will be cutting down their Boeing 787 orders from 25 down to 15, and their purchase options from 10 to 5 in an adjustment to travel demands.
by Mark Lawrence


PHOTO: Southern Air Unveils New Paint Scheme

Cargo charter airline Southern Air introduced a new paint scheme on one of their Boeing 747-300s, which was caught at Miami International Airport by Luimer Cordero.
by Phil Derner Jr.


Sun Country Announces Summer Service to London

Sun Country will launch its first transatlantic route on June 11th, offering weekly flights between Minneapolis and London using Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
by Mark Lawrence



Photoshop Tutorial (with Video!): How to Get Rid of Dust Spots in Your Aviation Photos

Dust spots are pesky rivals to even the most vigilant aviation photographers everywhere. Here we show you a solid, fast way to get them all, minus the frustration.
by Phil Derner Jr.


Lufthansa A380 to Take Flight in May

Lufthansa's CEO has confirmed that their A380 Super Jumbo should up in the air by the end of May, though its first destination has yet to be announced.
by Mark Hsiung