Archive for June, 2010
 

 

Kennedy Airport Bay Runway Reconstruction Completed Early and Within Budget

Jets once again soared off of the longest and busiest runway at New York-John F. Kennedy Airport on Monday, three days ahead of its scheduled July 1st reopening.
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Photo Gallery: Flying the B-17 Flying Fortress and B-24 Liberator Around Seattle

NYCAviation photographers Jeremy Lindgren and David Lilienthal were on board a World War II-era ferry flight from the the Flying Heritage Collection in Everett, Wash. to the Museum of Flight in Seattle.
by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren

 
 

Is This the Best Airline Commercial Ever?

Most airlines gave up on the use of T&A to sell flights around the same time bell bottoms went out of style. Moscow-based startup Avianova isn't having any of that noise.
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Red Bull Air Race Wows New Yorkers; Bonhomme Takes Home Victory

Over 75,000 fans standing in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty watched Paul Bonhomme win the first ever Red Bull Air Race New York, concluding four days of thrilling aerial action never before seen in the Big Apple.
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American Airlines 767 JFK Airport

Unusual Cracks Found on Two American Airlines 767s

Engineers from Boeing, American Airlines and the FAA are closely examining structural cracks recently found on the engine pylons of three 767 airliners.
by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren