History

The World’s Last Martin 202 Lives… in New Jersey!

The world’s last Martin 202 is on display at the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of New Jersey at Teterboro Airport in Bergen County.

Aviation News

An Ode to the Observation Decks at JFK

JFK once boasted three public observation decks to watch the goings-on at the busy international airport. Let’s take a quick tour through history.

Airline News

United Airlines Bids Farewell to the Queen

As part of a farewell tour ahead of United retiring the 747, the jumbo jet is visiting each of the airline’s hubs, including Newark-Liberty International

Editorials

BOAC and How it All Began for Me

When the father of a four month old boy was given a small package containing a flight log onboard the child’s first flight, little did he know it would spark a lifelong passion for commercial aviation.

Airline News

Southwest Airlines Announces Entry into the Hawaiian Market

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly announced on Wednesday evening, the airline’s intention to apply for ETOPS certification of their Boeing 737-800 for service to Hawaii. Kelly said “A day long-awaited by our customers, fans, and more than 55,000 of the world’s most-loved airline employees is finally within sight—a day that will showcase your hospitality, about […]


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Constructed from very light balsawood sheet and strip, boron filament, carbon fiber and a transparent covering of plastic film, these rubberband-powered planes can fly for up to 40 minutes at a time.

FLOAT: Inside the World of Competitive Rubberband-Powered Aircraft

A documentary about handmade “Indoor freeflight rubber-powered duration aircraft” is about to take off.
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Decal indicating a wifi-enabled Delta aircraft. (Photo by Delta Air Lines)

Delta and Gogo to Offer WiFi On International Flights

The blossoming market for transoceanic wifi gained a huge entrant as Delta announced it would offer service on its longhaul jets in 2013.
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The C-124 Globemaster served as a transport workhorse well into the Vietnam War. (Photo by US Air Force)

Alaska Wreckage Belongs to Air Force C-124 Globemaster Missing Since 1952

The aircraft wreckage found on a glacier near Anchorage is believed to be a plane that went missing in 1952 with 52 people on board.
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Some new Airbus A320neo jets could be built in Alabama. (Photo by Airbus)

Airbus to Build A320 Factory in Alabama

Airbus would spend hundreds of millions of dollars to build their first manufacturing facility in the United States.
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Wreckage of an unknown military aircraft was found on a glacier about 40 miles northeast of Anchorage. (Map by Matt Molnar/Google)

Unidentified Aircraft Wreckage Investigated on Alaska Glacier

A specialized military team has completed its on-site investigation of the wreckage of a vintage military aircraft discovered on a glacier.
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