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What They Don’t Teach You in Ground School, Part I: Pushy Corporate Clients

Posted February 13, 2015 by Erika Armstrong

Desperate pilots don’t stay pilots long. In the short term, they may be in the air, but in the long run, the Client Factor will make a decision for them that they simply can’t live with.

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7 Steps to Write a Meaningless, Yet Viral, Aviation Story

Posted February 6, 2015 by Bernie Leighton

Writing quality aviation content that gets people’s attention isn’t easy. Why go through all that hard work when there’s an easy way to create a viral article that will get you crazy page views?

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Pilot and Co-pilot: What’s the Difference?

Posted February 5, 2015 by Jeff Choi

This question is one of the greatest causes of frustration for a pilot speaking to non-pilots about what it is that they do.

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Flying in Cargo Class: The Anatomy of an Air Freighter

Posted February 4, 2015 by Ken Hoke

As an airliner flies by, cargo and passenger jets look virtually the same.. Inside a freighter, though, it’s an entirely different experience.

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On the Wings of Giants: Airbus Banks on the Beluga

Posted February 3, 2015 by Paul Thompson

Throughout Airbus’ first two decades in the business, its competitors at Boeing would joke that “Every Airbus is delivered on the wings of a Boeing.”

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Video: Crosswind + Downpour = Awesome Landing

Posted February 2, 2015 by Phil Derner Jr.

Crosswind landings at BHX are intense, but add to it a sheet of rain and, well, see for yourself…

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Why Take Your Cat? Qatar Airways Lets You Fly With Your Falcon

Posted January 28, 2015 by Paul Thompson

Traveling with your falcon is possible. Qatar Airways has allowed them onboard for several years, knowing the importance of these animals to their owners.

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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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