Scoot executives pose with a model Boeing 777 with a full-size version in the background. (Photo by Scoot)

Back TZ The Future: Singapore’s Scoot to Resurrect IATA Code of ATA

Scoot, the new no frills, long-haul carrier launched by Singapore Airlines, says the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has assigned it a new two-character flight designator code: TZ.
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Runway 10 at Pompano Beach, Fla. (Photo by John Spade via Flickr)

Top 10 Posts of the Week: Superjet Crash in Indonesia, Dreamliner Visits DC and More

Lots of attention on the Sukhoi Superjet tragedy in Indonesia, while the Boeing 787 Dream Tour flew into Reagan National, a man tried to smuggle too many cats and a new underwear bomb plot. Plus, the week's top 10 NYCAviation M...
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The last flying Boeing 720 (C-FETB), whose final decades were spent working as a Pratt & Whitney engine testbed, is seen here taking off from Plattsburgh in 2008. (Photo by Senga Butts)

The Last Flying Boeing 720 Flies No More

This week marked the final flight of the last remaining airworthy Boeing 720, concluding the unique airliner's nearly 53 years of service.
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Over a dozen North American B-25 Mitchell bombers gathered in Ohio this month. (Photo by Bryan Heim/NYCAviation)

Doolittle Reunion: Massive Gathering of B-25 Bombers Takes Off in Ohio

The first day of the Doolittle Raiders reunion was dampened by record rainfall, but day two featured 20 amazing old aircraft soaring in front of 10,000 excited enthusiasts.
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The Scimitar and its distant British and French cousin, Concorde. (Photo by Matt Molnar/NYCAviation)

Intrepid Museum Unloads Three Warplanes to Clear Room for Space Shuttle Enterprise

The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum purged three planes from its collection on Wednesday — a Royal Navy Supermarine Scimitar, a US Marine Corps Douglas F3D Skyknight, and a North Korean Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15.
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