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Continuous Coverage: Blizzard of 2015

Posted January 27, 2015 by Phil Derner Jr.

Major blizzard hitting the northeast, we will keep you posted with status reports and forecasts for weather, airports and flights!

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People line up at the ever-popular “Windsock” at Paine Field – the 767-2C is just about to begin its maiden flight. (Photo: Mal Muir | AirlineReporter.com)
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First Boeing 767-2C Takes Flight – First Step Towards the KC-46A

Posted January 22, 2015 by Malcom Muir

The first Boeing 767-2C, the prototype that will lead to the beginning of the KC-46 tanker program, recently made its first flight.

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Giving Pease A Chance: An Allegiant Air Flight Review

Posted January 20, 2015 by Michael Lothrop

Although Spirit and Frontier may be better known, Allegiant Air has enjoyed years of profitability as an ultra low cost carrier. Contributor Michael Lothrop takes a ride down to Florida to sample their product offering.

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Giving Them Wings: The Basic Airborne Course at Fort Benning, GA

Posted January 15, 2015 by David Lynn

450 students doing five jumps each in two different parachutes — in less than three days. It’s impressive, and it happens at Ft. Benning almost every week.

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Official pose prior to the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the Terminal 4B extension. (Photo: Douglas Wint).
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Delta Completes Second Phase of JFK Expansion

Posted January 14, 2015 by Douglas Wint

Delta Air Lines has unveiled the second phase of their expansion of JFK’s Terminal 4.

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Space Travel’s Biggest Benefit – World Peace? Why We Must Venture Further

Posted January 14, 2015 by Phil Derner Jr.

Why do we travel to space? What if there was a reason greater than technological advancements and finding a home on other planets? Dare we say…

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Holding Up to Heavy Metal: What Airport Runways Are Made Of

Posted January 13, 2015 by Gabe Andino

A mile of runway can take you anywhere. We take a look beneath the surface to see how runways are engineered and maintained.

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On short final for a touch-and-go at Heathrow.
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Editorials

My First Time: Behind the Controls of a 737

Posted January 12, 2015 by Ben Granucci

Recently, I had a chance to get behind the controls of an airplane for the first time, in the left seat of a Boeing 737 simulator.

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Air China's new Boeing 747-8i on short final at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Photo courtesy Jason Rabinowitz
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PHOTOS: Air China’s 747-8i Lands at John F. Kennedy International Airport

Posted January 9, 2015 by Ben Granucci

Air China’s new Boeing 747-8i arrived at JFK for the first time on Wednesday, and we’ve got photos of its first arrival!

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Another amazing photo by Gordon Boettger, from 26,000 feet over the Carson Valley, during a glider wave flight
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Gone Gliding Part Three – The Conclusion

Posted January 8, 2015 by Howard Slutsken

In the conclusion to this three-part series, Howard Slutskin gets hooked up and towed out on his gliding adventure!

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