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Paint Job On Kazakhstan’s New A400M Looks Like A Plane In A Bond Film

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Paint Job On Kazakhstan’s New A400M Looks Like A ‘Soviet’ Plane In A Bond Film (www.twz.com) More...

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Hawaiian Airlines Inaugurates Its New Flagship Dreamliner

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Hawaiian Airlines inaugurated its new flagship Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. See the photos! (www.airwaysmag.com) More...

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Why the -300ER is Boeing's Best-Selling 777 Variant

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Since its maiden flight in 2003, the Boeing 777-300ER has become the best-selling variant of the Boeing 777 family. As of 2020, over 830 777-300ERs had been delivered to operators all around the world. Why is this? What made the 777-300ER so successful? (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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Growing Idaho: Boise Airport expanding to keep up with demand

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OISE, Idaho — Boise Airport is growing. The main air transportation hub for the area is looking to add parking, more gates, and hopefully a lot more flights. "Over the last 12 years, we've actually seen passenger demand nearly double," said Boise Airport Director Rebecca Hupp. Hupp also said they're trying to keep up by expanding everything. Their master plan, BOI Upgrade, details all their expansion projects. That includes the recently opened public parking garage, with… (www.ktvb.com) More...

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WORLD Dubai flooding hobbles major airport's operations as "historic weather event" brings torrential rains to UAE

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WORLD Dubai flooding hobbles major airport's operations as "historic weather event" brings torrential rains to UAE Updated on: April 17, 2024 / 5:06 AM EDT / CBS/AP Dubai, United Arab Emirates — The desert nation of the United Arab Emirates attempted to dry out Wednesday from the heaviest rain ever recorded there after a deluge flooded out Dubai International Airport, disrupting travel through the world's busiest airfield for international travel. The state-run WAM news… (www.cbsnews.com) More...

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Airlines May Get Rid of Reclining Economy Class Seats for Good, Expert Says — Here’s Why

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The controversial debate of reclining your seat on the plane may soon come to an end thanks to airline companies wanting to cut back on costs. With airlines like Southwest debuting a more streamlined seat design for 2025, it’s only a matter of time before reclining seats disappear completely, aviation and travel expert William McGee told Condé Nast Traveler during an interview published on Monday, April 15. “This trend has been occurring for several years now, and I think it will continue.… (people.com) More...

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3D Printed Aircraft Might Fly Sooner Than You Think

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The aviation industry constantly searches for new ways to innovate its manufacturing processes. With the rise of 3D printing, how can 3d printing be integrated into aircraft? Can we see fully 3D printed aircraft flying anytime soon? (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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