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FedEx Has Retired The World’s Last Active Commercial MD-10-10F..

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Memphis-based logistics giant FedEx has closed the book on a chapter of airfreight history. Earlier this month, the company retired the last of its, and indeed the world’s, aging McDonnell Douglas MD-10-10F cargo aircraft. Let’s take a look back at the plane’s history. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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The Story Of S7 Airlines’ Airbus A310 Fleet

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Russia’s S7 Airlines has one of commercial aviation’s most striking liveries. Its all-green paint scheme has been applied to a wide variety of aircraft over time, of which one such design has been the Airbus A310. The carrier operated this model for a decade in the 2000s and 2010s, totaling nine examples across two variants. Let’s examine the story further. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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ANA Flies Domestic Boeing 787-8 Flight Using SAF

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An All Nippon Airways (ANA) Dreamliner winged its way from Tokyo to Osaka late last week using a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) that blended traditional jet fuel with fuel made from microalgae. The flight came on the same day ANA publicly reinforced its good environmental, social responsibility and governance practices. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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American Airlines canceling hundreds of flights through mid-July in part due to labor shortages

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American Airlines is canceling hundreds of flights through at least mid-July as the company strives to maintain service in the midst of massively increasing travel demand while the coronavirus pandemic continues to recede in the United States, according to a spokesperson from the airline. (www.cnn.com) Plus d'info...

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Portland: A City Of Opportunities For Alaska Airlines

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Portland International Airport (PDX) is a base for Alaska Airlines and the home airport for the largest city in Oregon. When also factoring in its regional operations, Alaska Airlines is the largest airline at the airport and serves more destinations than any other carrier in the city. However, there is still room for growth. Alaska Airlines envisions a growing commitment to the airport and giving it even more importance in its network, according to Brett Catlin, vice president of network and… (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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When Amelia Earhart Became The First Woman To Fly Across The Atlantic

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Today marks 93 years since Amelia Earhart first landed after flying across the Atlantic Ocean. The American pioneer was truly a trailblazer in the early days of aviation, and her trip from Newfoundland to South Wales in 1928 was one of her key breakthroughs. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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Delta Airlines Cancellation Policy, Avoid Fee: Definitive Guide

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Cancel Airline Ticket Within 24 hours of Booking: You must change your airline ticket within the first 24 hours from the time of booking to avoid additional charges. Flight Cancellations: Sometimes airlines cancel your flights and this generally happen because of bad weather, mechanical problems, or other unexpected problems. In this case, you don’t need to pay any change reservation ticket fee. Plan Changes: You can Change flight without fee, in the event, if your Delta flight is subject to a… (aviationrepublic.com) Plus d'info...

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Ikar Pegasfly B767 Veers Off Runway

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On 17th June, an Ikar Pegasfly Boeing 767-300 experienced a runway excursion upon landing at Simferopol Airport, Crimea, Russia. According to the AvHerald, the 21.9 year old aircraft, with registration VP-BMC (samchui.com) Plus d'info...

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Alaska Airlines grows with Boise, launching new flights and adding more routes

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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON — Alaska Airlines keeps growing in the dynamic city where it has long been the largest carrier. The airline is now launching daily nonstop service between Boise and Chicago O'Hare, and Boise and Austin along with new nonstop routes between Boise and Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport in Washington, and Boise and Phoenix. (www.airlinerwatch.com) Plus d'info...

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Is KLM committed to rail-air services?

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Many national airlines across mainland Europe are expanding rail-air services as we have reported on numerous occasions. Yet as we have reported previously, KLM of The Netherlands has been slow to adopt the concept. Judging by what KLM’s CEO Pieter Elbers told Skift recently, things are unlikely to change anytime soon. (www.businesstraveller.com) Plus d'info...

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Lufthansa Eurowings holiday unit to ramp up faster than planned

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BERLIN, June 17 (Reuters) - Lufthansa’s new holiday flights-focused subsidiary, Eurowings Discover, will ramp up operations faster than expected this year, starting at the end of July with a flight from Frankfurt to Mombasa, Kenya, the airline said on Thursday. (www.reuters.com) Plus d'info...

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British Airways considers quitting Gatwick airport permanently

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According to a report in The Telegraph, British Airways is considering leaving London Gatwick for good. A review has reportedly been launched into the mechanics of concentrating all mainline flights at Heathrow. Why? What a surprise – it’s the slots. (www.headforpoints.com) Plus d'info...

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Elon Musk’s 3,000 Mph Rocket Test Aims To Disrupt Airline Travel

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SpaceX's primary goal is to conduct missions to Mars, but they also plan to use their Starship rocket in other areas such as point-to-point flights on Earth. These flights are planned to take place at hypersonic speeds, as SpaceX plans for its rocket to escape the Earth's atmosphere and then use associated benefits to travel faster than traditional airplanes. (wccftech.com) Plus d'info...

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Airspeeder completes the first test flight for its electric flying race car

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Electric air racing just took a significant step forward. The Verge reports that Airspeeder recently completed the first test flight for its electric flying race car, the Alauda Aeronautics Mk3. A remote pilot flew an uncrewed version of the eVTOL aircraft over southern Australia with the country's Civil Aviation Safety Authority watching over the test. (www.engadget.com) Plus d'info...

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A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 and a Cargolux Boeing 747 collided on the ground

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A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 and a Cargolux Boeing 747 collided on the ground at Chicago-O’Hare Airport (www.airlive.net) Plus d'info...

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THY B777 near Winnipeg on Jun 14th 2021, cracked window

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Crew reported a technical problem and requested to return to Los Angeles. About 7 minutes later the crew advised they had a cracked window (www.aeroinside.com) Plus d'info...

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Japan wants to have a role in a Supersonic Transport

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Japan wants to have a role in a Supersonic Transport. A consortium of leading aerospace companies and institutions wants to develop technology for an SST and have it available by 2030, it said on June 16. (airinsight.com) Plus d'info...

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Air France continues to renew its fleet and welcomes ‘Aubusson’, its 10th Airbus A350

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The aircraft, registration F-HTYK, rolled off the Airbus assembly line in Toulouse and took off for Paris-Charles de Gaulle, where it will operate on the airline’s long-haul routes. (www.aviation24.be) Plus d'info...

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How to Change or Cancel a United Airlines Flight- Standy, Policy & Fee

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United Airlines Flight Change: United Airlines will allow you to change certain eligible flights but if your fare is not unrestricted you will be forced to pay a fee that will depend on your route. Most flights will not allow you to make a change for free. If you decide to change your flight on your own, you can do this in two ways: Go to the United Airlines official website and click on “My Trips” to find the flight you wish to change. Click on “Change flight.” When you decide on what you… (aviationrepublic.com) Plus d'info...

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