Posts Tagged ‘Paris-Orly Airport (ORY)’
 

 

French Air Traffic Controller Strike to Disrupt Flights

A walkout by French air traffic controllers is expected to cause significant disruptions to flights in and out of Paris Tuesday night and all day Wednesday.
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BA Shelving OpenSkies Expansion, Cutting Fleet to Four 757s

The OpenSkies are beginning to look dark: British Airways will postpone expansion of their OpenSkies subsidiary, citing a drop in premium demand.
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Air France and Delta tails lined up in Paris. (Photo by Mathieu Marquer via Flickr, CC-BY-SA)

Paris Airports Handled Record 88.8 Million Passengers In 2012

Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports registered a record 88.8 million passengers last year, but growth nonetheless slowed to 0.8 percent.
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Air-to-air photo of the Boeing 367-80 Dash 80, showing the aircraft passing over Washington's Olympic Peninsula. (Photo by Joe Parke, via Boeing)

Boeing 707 Prototype Makes First Test Flight, First USSR-US Service Takes Off: July 15 in Aviation History

1916: A timber merchant named William E. Boeing and a US Navy engineer named George Conrad Westervelt form a new aircraft company called the Pacific Aero Products Company. A year later it would be renamed Boeing Airplane Compan...
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