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Airline News

Emirates Announces Fort Lauderdale as 11th US Destination 

Posted October 11, 2016 by Mark Lawrence

On Tuesday morning, Emirates announced its 11th US destination: Fort Lauderdale. Flights begin later this year.

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So Long, Senior Fleet

Posted September 30, 2016 by Justin Schlechter

Today marks the end of an era as Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways flies its last scheduled passenger 747-400 flight and retires the final 3 aircraft. Columnist Justin Schlecter takes a look back at his 7 years spent flying the 747 in the right seat for Cathay.

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Proud in the Turboprop Crowd

Posted September 23, 2016 by Brian Futterman

In the early morning hours of May 18, 2013, US Airways Flight 4560 made a wheels-up landing at Newark Liberty International Airport. Here is an account of how the crew flying N934HA prepared for and executed a safe emergency landing, taking advantage of the Dash-8 turboprop’s unique design.

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Editorials

Lebanon Is South of Maine: An Outsider’s Look At UN Week

Posted September 14, 2016 by Charles Eckert

A look at NYC’s annual UN Week, and the hobby of plane spotting in general, through the eyes of a student journalist.

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It’s Back! New York’s Greatest Plane Spotting Week of the Year Returns for 2016

Posted September 14, 2016 by Ben Granucci

The New York City plane spotting extravaganza known as UN Week is back for another promising year starting this weekend.

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Enthusiast News

Horsepower (Not Horses) Takes Center Stage at Famed Ascot Racecourse

Posted August 25, 2016 by Mark Kolanowski and Nicola Berry

Planes soared over the famed Ascot Racecourse in England during the latest stop on the Red Bull Air Race World Championship tour. NYCA was there to see the action firsthand.

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Editorials

Man Versus Machine in the Aviation World

Posted August 24, 2016 by Stephen Carbone

As the amount of technology in aircraft has increased, so has the number of computers involved and the reliance on them for the aircraft’s operation.

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The Airplane movie frame was funny the first 80 times an airline had a computer failure.
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Or How About We Cut Delta Some Slack?

Posted August 10, 2016 by Phil Derner Jr.

Well, that power outage turned into a mess. But as much as the “big bad airlines” can disrupt our plans, are we going too hard on Delta?

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Survive an Aircraft Evacuation

Posted August 4, 2016 by Ken Hoke

Increase your chances of surviving an emergency evacuation by creating a game plan before departure.

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The Dangers of Post-Crash Speculation

Posted August 4, 2016 by Phil Derner Jr.

Oh, speculation. The social by-product of any disaster. How I loathe it.

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