Aviation News

March 30, 2012

Final Call: India in Talks to Build Regional Jet, Man Builds Pan Am 747 in Garage

One of the more interesting deals in the airline business involves Minnesota-based Sun Country and Amsterdam-based Transavia, who swap airplanes during their respective slow seasons. Right now it's Sun Country's turn, operating this Boeing 737-800 (PH-HZI) out of Minneapolis in a hybrid Transavia livery. (Photo by Doug Lambert)


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The Mystique of the Boeing SST

I recently shelled out the most money I have ever paid for an airliner model in a lifetime of collecting. It is a five foot long needle-nosed monster with working variable sweep wings in Eastern Airlines colors. On its tail is ...
by Shea Oakley
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FRIDAY PHOTOS: The 787-10 Takes Flight

For this week's Friday Photos, we take a look at the brand new Boeing 787-10 with photos from both North Charleston and Seattle.
by NYCAviation Staff
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Man Versus Machine in the Aviation World

As the amount of technology in aircraft has increased, so has the number of computers involved and the reliance on them for the aircraft's operation.
by Stephen Carbone
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A Double Dream: Qatar Airways Takes Home Two New 787s

Qatar Airways took delivery of 2 787-8 Dreamliners recently in Everett, WA, and NYCAviation was there for the festivities!
by Mark Lawrence
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Remember That One Time Donald Trump Owned an Airline?

With Donald Trump being all over the news of late, we take a look back at the Trump Shuttle.
by Gabe Andino
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