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Allegiant Kills Deal To Buy Cebu Pacific Airbuses

Posted December 28, 2012 by NYCA Admin

A deal in which Allegiant Air would have acquired 10 Airbus A319 jets from Cebu Pacific Air has been terminated, Allegiant announced Friday.

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April 8th in Aviation History: British Airways and Iberia Merge Business Operations, Engine Falls Off a BOAC 707

Posted April 8, 2012 by NYCAviation Staff

British Airways and Iberia formally combine their businesses, an engine explodes and falls off of a BOAC Boeing 707 near Heathrow, a South African de Havilland Comet crashes in the Mediterranean, and more…

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Sequence of China Airlines Flight 006 during its two and a half minute, 30,000-foot dive.
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February 19th in Aviation History: First Flight of the Boeing 757, Japanese Warplanes Attack Australia

Posted February 19, 2012 by NYCAviation Staff

The Boeing 757 makes its maiden test flight, Lufthansa lines up to be the first 737 customer, a TWA plane crashes in New Mexico, and more…

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Final Call

Final Call: American Airlines to Shutter Burbank Station, Iberia Pilots Set for Second Day of Strike

Posted January 10, 2012 by NYCA Admin

Burbank will soon see its last American Airlines service, Iberia pilots will leave hundreds of flights unmanned, safety concerns abound for airlines in India, and more…

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Final Call: Man Tries to Smuggle 247 Live Animals Onto Plane, Major Southwest and AirTran Unions Agree to Seniority Pacts

Posted December 27, 2011 by NYCA Admin

Pilots and flight attendants at the newly merged Southwest and AirTran have agreed to combine their seniority lists, travel sites are pissed at Google, more claims of dangerous radiation from TSA scanners, and more…

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On This Day in Aviation History: November 4th

Posted November 4, 2011 by NYCA Admin

Milestone: The first ever airship flight is completed between England and France. Tragedies: China Airlines and Bali Air Service flights overrun runways, and Balkan Bulgaran Airlines and Iberia flights crash while performing approaches.

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On This Day in Aviation History: May 5th

Posted May 5, 2011 by Phil Derner Jr.

Cinco de Mayo is a busy day in aviation: Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space, Eastern Flight 855 narrowly averts near Miami, two unrelated hijackings on the same day in 1972, the merger of Air France with KLM and much more…

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On This Day in Aviation History: February 19th

Posted February 19, 2011 by Phil Derner Jr.

A China Airlines flight survives a 30,000ft dive in 1985, though an Iberia flight suffers an all-fatal crash the same day. The Boeing 757 makes its maiden flight, Lufthansa lines up to be the first 737 customer, and more…

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On This Day in Aviation History: January 7th

Posted January 7, 2011 by Phil Derner Jr.

China resumes flights to and from the US in 1981, Hubert Latham sets a new altitude record, speed records in American coast-to-coast and Australia-New Zealand, the first flight over the English Channel takes place in a balloon and more…

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American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia Launch Trilateral Alliance with New Routes and Schedules

Posted October 7, 2010 by NYCA Admin

American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia on Wednesday announced new routes and additional frequencies that represent the official start of their joint business between North America and Europe.

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