Posts Tagged ‘Boeing 767-300’


Today in Aviation History: October 31st

Historically, Halloween has proven itself not the safest day to fly, as it is the anniversary of five airliner crashes killing a total of over 600 people, including EgyptAir Flight 990. It was also the day Ed Sullivan first met...
by NYCAviation Staff


American Airlines to Launch Service Between Dallas and Rio de Janeiro

American Airlines on Tuesday announced that the airline will begin three days a week service between Dallas/Fort Worth and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil starting next December 16.
by BNO News


Hawaiian Airlines Confirmed for Tokyo Service

The U.S. Department of Transportation on Wednesday gave final approval to Hawaiian Airlines' application to offer nonstop daily service between Tokyo's Haneda Airport and Honolulu International Airport.
by BNO News



On This Day in Aviation History: May 4th

The "Superga Air Disaster" kills the entire Torino AC football team, US Airways joins Star Alliance, EAS Flight 4226 crashes after overshooting a runway and demolishing dozens of buildings, Lunar Orbiter 4 and Magellan space pr...
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