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Photo of the Day: A Volga-Dnepr Antonov An-124 RA-82078 staring at us from Leipzig. Photo by Sebastian G.
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Final Call: Musical Merger Talks as Delta Considers Buying US Airways, New UAV Resembles Giant Sperm

Posted January 27, 2012 by NYCA Admin

Delta now talking about buying US Airways, a supersonic RAF fighter shook the bloody bejeesus out of northern England, SFO opens a yoga studio, and more…

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A South African Airways Boeing 747SP ZS-SPE on the ground at Frankfurt
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Final Call: US Airways Hot to Merge With American, Artist to Bury 727 in California Desert

Posted January 26, 2012 by NYCA Admin

US Airways admits it wants to merge with American, Congress funds FAA for an extra few weeks, an artist wants to bury a plane in sand, a look at New York’s decrepit airport terminals, and more…

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Final Call: Burt Rutan on Building the World’s Largest Plane, Singapore Offers Private Jets for A380 Connections

Posted January 23, 2012 by NYCA Admin

Burt Rutan explains why he’s building the world’s largest airplane from scratch rather than just bolting two 747s together, Turkish wants to buy LOT, US Airways wants to merge with American, inside Narita’s immigration gulag, and more…

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JetBlue CEO David Barger on Bloomberg TV
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JetBlue CEO Says American Bankruptcy is Evolutionary, Travelers Need Education On Costs

Posted January 16, 2012 by NYCA Admin

In an interview broadcast on Bloomberg Television on Monday, JetBlue Airways CEO David Barger said the bankruptcy of AMR and potential consolidation of American Airlines into another carrier was an “evolution” that is “good for our industry.”

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Photo of the Day: Passengers board an Air China Airbus A340-300 (B-2385) for the evening service to Beijing. (Photo by Gordon Gebert Jr.)
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Final Call: Handicapping the Suitors of American as Airline Threatens to Scrap Pensions and Drops More Leases

Posted January 13, 2012 by NYCA Admin

American rejected more leases and threatened to drop employee pensions while gaining at least three potential buyers this week. Plus, the cause of a 2008 Kalitta 747 crash revealed, Ryanair adds a carbon fee, and more…

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Delta’s Hub-Busting LaGuardia Hub

Posted December 23, 2011 by Edward Russell

The reality of the slot swap, and US airline consolidation in general, is that major airline services are becoming more homogenous from the largest markets.

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Air New Zealand's new all-black, All Blacks Boeing 777-300ER
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Christmas Catch-Up: A Rundown of December’s Aviation News

Posted December 22, 2011 by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren

December has been a busy month, from Air New Zealand’s new black 777 to ANA’s new 787 routes to Delta adding new BusinessElite seats on its Brazil routes.

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Delta and US Airways Officially Close Deal to Exchange Slots at LaGuardia and Reagan Airports

Posted December 13, 2011 by NYCA Admin

Delta Air Lines and US Airways today announced that they have officially closed their deal to exchange slots and cash at New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Washington’s Reagan National Airport.

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Frontier Embraer E-Jet at Houston Hobby Airport
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Final Call: iPhone Explodes on Australian Plane, US Airways Denies Refund to Cancer Patient

Posted November 29, 2011 by NYCA Admin

US Airways refuses to give cancer patient a refund, an iPhone 4 exploded on a plane landing in Sydney, more delays for the GE-powered 787 and more…

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Tinkerbell actually twinkles as the Alaska Airlines Magic of Disneyland 737-400 taxis at LAX
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Final Call: Airlines Blame Security Screening for Drop in Ticket Sales, Air France A340 Grounded Due to Missing Screws

Posted November 25, 2011 by NYCA Admin

Airlines are pushing the TSA to make passenger screenings less intrusive, an Air France jet was missing a lot of screws, Virgin America’s website is still fudged up, and more…

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