Thor at the airport. (Photo by Alaska Airlines)

Alaska Airlines Flies Abused Dog To California For Life Saving Surgery

A German shepherd mix named Thor is smiling today—a big deal since it's the first time he's been able to open his mouth in at least 6 months.
by NYCAviation Staff
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The End of the (Passenger, Widebody) Trijet: Saying Goodbye to the MD-11

This article originally appeared on AirlineReporter.com. The MD-11 was probably a bad idea. McAir came up with the aircraft because it was a bigger, meaner, DC-10. So much DC-10 that there originally was not going to be an MD-...
by Bernie Leighton
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Why Can’t Airlines Just Add Extra Room?

I recently saw a comment that referenced a seat being too small. “If planes were just one foot wider, seats could be as wide as first class. Would that kill Boeing or Airbus?”
by David Parker Brown
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LaGuardia Airport’s Central Terminal Dilemma

A new effort is in motion to replace LaGuardia's long-outdated Central Terminal. But how long will it take? And can a new building improve the widely-hated airport's reputation?
by Edward Russell
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COMMENTARY: Have Pillow, Will Travel (As Long As You’re a Girl)

Let’s talk for a minute about pillows. I’m vexed and perplexed by the widespread phenomenon of teenage girls carrying giant fluffy pillows onto airplanes.
by Patrick Smith
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