Posts Tagged ‘Boeing 747-400’


The Logbook: American Goes All-In in JAL Poker Game

American looks to plunk down a billion for JAL's friendship, Condor to begin FRA-FLL in May, photos of Etihad’s first A330, Cathay Pacific will be bringing back the 747-400 to LAX and an F100 lands without its left main gear ...
by Phil Derner Jr.


KLM Flies First Passenger Flight Using Biofuel

KLM takes a big step in cleaning the planet and reducing the dependency on oil by operating Flight 1919, a Boeing 747-400, with a partial mixture of biokerosene. See the first photos of the aircraft and event!
by Phil Derner Jr.


Transaero Applies to Launch Service from Moscow to New York and Miami

Moscow-based Transaero has applied to the US DOT for permission to launch service between Moscow-Domodeovo and New York-JFK International Airport, as well as Miami International Airport.
by Mark Lawrence



Today in Aviation History: December 15th

In a near disaster, KLM Flight 867 loses all engines temporarily after flying through a cloud of volcanic ash, McDonnell Douglas and Boeing merge, the Boeing 787 makes its first flight, and more..
by NYCAviation Staff


So Long, Senior Fleet

Today marks the end of an era as Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways flies its last scheduled passenger 747-400 flight and retires the final 3 aircraft. Columnist Justin Schlecter takes a look back at his 7 years spent flyin...
by Justin Schlechter