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Super Jumbo History at Boston Logan

We go to Boston where Emirates operated the first ever A380 revenue flight at Logan International Airport.

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Is The F-35 Really Worth $1.5 Trillion?

The F-35 has been plagued by problems that have run up its price tag. Is this advanced fighter worth all that money?

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The Rush To Save A Vintage C-53

In a small town 30 minutes outside of Canton, Ohio sits a vintage C-53. If one airline pilot can’t raise the money to save it soon, it will meet the scrapper.

The 25 tear old me, on that day in 2006. You can even see the belt loader in the background. Blog

The Day I Learned How to De-Ice an Airliner with a Broom

What do you do in a pinch when you have no de-icing trucks at your airport? Find a resourceful Captain…

The contract air traffic control tower at Waterbury-Oxford Airport (OXC) was one of 6 that were scheduled to be closed in the State of Connecticut in 2013. Columnists

OPINION: The Risks of Reducing The FAA’s Control Of Our Aviation Infrastructure

As a new presidential administration prepares to take over, questions loom regarding the future of how the FAA will control the nation’s aviation infrastructure.

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Boeing 767-300 Freighter and 777 Freighter wearing FedEx livery. (Image by Boeing)

FedEx Buys 19 New Boeing 767-300F Jets While Shrinking 777F Order

FedEx has added 19 767-300 Freighters to Boeing's order book, a $3.3 billion move to replace the some of the company's aging aircraft.
by Matt Molnar

787 Line Number 83 for ANA being prepped for delivery earlier this week. Photo by Patrick Rodwell.

Boeing Resumes Deliveries Of 787 Dreamliner

On Tuesday afternoon, Boeing announced that they have delivered a 787 Dreamliner for the first time in four months, following the worldwide grounding due to faulty battery systems. 787 Line Number 83 was prepared earlier this w...
by Jason Rabinowitz


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Is Flying in Africa Unsafe?

Aviation in Africa has a poor reputation for safety, but many African nations are stepping up efforts to improve flight safety in the continent.
by Ryan Gaddis

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Air India Pilots Strike Forces 150 Flight Cancellations Saturday

State-owned Air India cancelled 150 flights Saturday as nearly half of its 1,600 pilots continued their strike for the fourth day.
by BNO News

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Ft Lauderdale Airport Set To Grow Bigger with New Runway

With the increased growth of air travel into South Florida, and in particular Miami International, officials at Ft Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport and Broward County embarked on a massive project to increase capacity...
by Mark Lawrence


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Commercial Aviation Safer Than Ever in 2011

Passenger safety improved significantly last year as the numbers of accidents and fatalities reached the lowest in aviation history, the IATA said on Tuesday.
by BNO News


Aerolineas Argentinas to Join SkyTeam Alliance

Aerolineas Argentinas, the flag carrier of Argentina, will soon sign an agreement to join SkyTeam, the alliance announced on Tuesday.
by BNO News

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New Photo of the American Airlines 787-8 and Why the Plane is a Big Deal

There are just a few out there, but we have another exclusive American 787 photo! But what makes this one so special? We explain.
by Phil Derner Jr.