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Denver airport says it’s time to build long-delayed 7th runway

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Denver International Airport officials have talked about building a 7th runway for more than a decade. Now they’re ready to pull the trigger — but planes won’t begin landing and taking off on it for nearly eight years. (www.denverpost.com) Plus d'info...

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Boeing’s 737 MAX, and the fear of flying

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Do you get on the plane, with your family? Do you trust it, now? (asiatimes.com) Plus d'info...

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A stay-at-home dad is turning a Boeing 737 plane into a camper trailer for family vacations

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A former aircraft technician turned stay-at-home dad, Jones has found a creative way to combine his love of planes with his duties at home. (www.insider.com) Plus d'info...

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United Goes Big And Bold With Seven Changes To The Airline

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United Airlines is going big and bold with seven new changes to the airline. The carrier is promoting seven areas of focus for the “new United.” The changes are designed to transform the airline for a post-crisis world, which will be in 2023 or beyond. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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First Impressions: American Airlines 777-300ER Business Class

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Maybe it was beginner’s luck, but I had a wonderful flight on American Airlines from London to New York on the 777-300ER in business class. I hear so many complaints about service on American Airlines, but that was absolutely the best part of my flight. (liveandletsfly.com) Plus d'info...

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Lufthansa Doesn’t Intend To Resume Airbus A340-600 Flights

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It’s looking increasingly likely that any of the Lufthansa jets sent to Teruel for long term storage will ever leave the facility. While the A380s aren’t due to return, it seems as though the entire A340-600 fleet will suffer a similar fate, according to new comments from the airline’s CEO, Carsten Spohr. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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United Airlines plots 2022 rebound with big dose of IT

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United Airlines is betting that technology is going to help it navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and ultimately rebound in 2022. The company said that it is aiming to hit $2 billion in annual cost savings. These savings will be critical since United lost $7.1 billion for 2020 and $1.9 billion in the fourth quarter. United's fourth quarter revenue was $3.4 billion, down 69% from a year ago. United burned through $19 million a day on its core operations in the fourth quarter, a $5 billion… (www.zdnet.com) Plus d'info...

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CORSIA: World's biggest plan to make flying green 'too broken to fix'

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A new UN-brokered deal for aviation will not require airlines to offset flight emissions for another six years and will cost them less than 1% of operating costs by 2035, a DW analysis has found. (www.dw.com) Plus d'info...

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Airport for the supersonic age

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In the late 1960s, the expectation was that, by the late 20th century, the majority of long-haul passengers would fly in supersonic aircraft. Read here how major airports were preparing for that reality. Full of great images! (www.airporthistory.org) Plus d'info...

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WestJet Boeing 737 Max flight grounded due to 'potential fault'

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The company confirmed WestJet Flight 658 was returned to the gate after the warning appeared following boarding and engine start, at which time guests disembarked the plane. (calgarysun.com) Plus d'info...

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Boeing readies aircraft to fly 100% on sustainable fuel

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Boeing set a goal of making all of its aircrafts capable of flying on 100% sustainable aviation fuels by 2030, the company announced Friday. Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Stan Deal said that "sustainable aviation fuels are the safest and most measurable solution to reduce aviation carbon emissions in the coming decades." (www.foxbusiness.com) Plus d'info...

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