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AeroSavvy Curates 15 Inspiring Aviation Quotes

Throughout the history of flight, humans have made thought provoking, inspiring, and even funny aviation quotes. Here’s a curated list of my favorites!

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THIS WEEKEND: The New York Air Show Comes to Stewart Airport

This weekend, the New York Air Show comes to Stewart International Airport. The airport is located about 90 minutes north of Midtown Manhattan.

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Emirates To Begin Serving Central America With World’s Longest Flight

Emirates will take the record of the world’s longest flight when it begins daily service to Panama’s capital in February 2016.

Hundreds of post-convention bags wait to be sent to their flights. Photo by Paul Thompson. Columnists

Walmart’s Mass Exodus from Denver Forces Airlines to Work Together

Employees from Alaska Airlines, Delta and Southwest, along with an airport service contractor all worked together in the intense Colorado sun to sort bags and get them to the right airlines and the right flights as they came off the trucks. I even overheard someone say, “One airport, one team.”

Sometimes, figuring out how to get inside the fence for the first time is the hardest part. Photo by Ben Granucci, NYCAviation Columnists

7 Steps to Become a Pilot

“As strange as it seems, stepping into the thought process that you actually want to be a pilot, rather than having an abstract desire, is your first step.”


 
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