Posts Tagged ‘Lufthansa’
 

 
Sequence of China Airlines Flight 006 during its two and a half minute, 30,000-foot dive.

February 19th in Aviation History: First Flight of the Boeing 757, Japanese Warplanes Attack Australia

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...
by NYCAviation Staff

 
 

VIDEO: ContactAir F100 Belly Landing at Stuttgart

ContactAir Flight 288, a Fokker-100 flying from Berlin-Tegel to Stuttgart, landed on its belly after its main gear would not fully deploy on landing.
by Phil Derner Jr.

 
 

The Lav: Japan Fights Flight Attendant Fetishists; Frequently Flying Finns to Earn Free Floppers

Canned Japanese flight attendants are being warned not to sell their uniforms. Plus, new rewards for Finnair passengers, Emirates employees arrested for sexting, Lufthansa opens the world's first airport beer garden in Munich, ...
by Andy Bokanev

 

 

On This Day in Aviation History: February 19th

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...
by Phil Derner Jr.

 
 

On this Day in Aviation History: February 5th

The world's first airline launches passenger service, US starts inspecting baggage, a B-47 loses a nuke, TWA starts transatlantic flights, two transcontinental flying speed records are set and more...
by Phil Derner Jr.