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INFORMATIONAL Oct 22, 2022 The $100,000 Experience on National Geographic's Private Boeing 757 National Geographic offers a host of luxury excursions around the world, but these itineraries come with a hefty price-tag. What does a $100,000 trip on a leased private Boeing 757 entail? Read More →
NEWS Oct 22, 2022 Aeroflot Boeing 777 Makes Emergency Landing Following Bomb Threat On October 14, an Aeroflot Boeing 777-300ER conducted an emergency landing in Delhi due to a bomb threat. Read More →
NEWS Oct 13, 2022 Suspicious Odor Causes American Airlines Flight to Divert American Airlines Flight 338 makes an emergency landing at Miami International Airport, due to a suspicious smell Read More →
ROUTES Sep 28, 2022 American Airlines Cuts Long Haul Service Between New York and Chile Recently American Airlines announced the termination of its New York to Santiago route in order to pursue its JetBlue partnership. This leaves room for competitors such as LATAM to potentially monopolize this route. Read More →
NEWS Sep 25, 2022 Virgin Australia Boosts International Flight Capacity to Bali Brisbane-based Virgin Australia is relaunching flights between Adelaide International Airport (ADL) and Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Read More →
NEWS Sep 22, 2022 VIDEO: Sparks Fly From United Airlines 777-200 as it Departs Newark Airport, Makes Emergency Landing United Airlines flight 149, a scheduled service from Newark/New York (EWR) to Sao Paulo, Brazil (GRU)┬ádeparted at 11:24 pm when it experienced suspected engine trouble. The aircraft in question is N787UA, a Boeing 777-200ER in United's new livery. After takeoff, the aircraft entered a holding pattern over the Atlantic Ocean, displaying an altitude of FL240 (24,000 feet) on FlightRadar24. Approximately 1.5 hours after takeoff, the aircraft returned to Newark Airport. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Sep 16, 2022 Boeing's Worst Selling Aircraft Learn about some of Boeing's worst-selling aircraft, including an analysis of their production and why some variants failed. Read More →
NEWS Sep 15, 2022 Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Transport Became the Most Tracked Flight in History The Queen's coffin traveled via an RAF C-17 from Edinburgh to London (RAF Northolt) on Tuesday, September 13th. This was the Queen's final flight, and it is one of the most tracked flights in history. Read More →
NEWS Sep 08, 2022 Norwegian 737 Returns to Trondheim After Birdstrike On Monday, September 5, 2022, a Norwegian Air Shuttle 737-800 experienced a bird strike upon takeoff from Trondheim Vaernes Airport. The aircraft returned a few minutes after the strike occurred. The 737 will remain in maintenance until the damage has been fixed. Read More →
NEWS Aug 30, 2022 Lufthansa Receives its First Ever Boeing 787 On the afternoon of August 29, 2022, Lufthansa's first-ever Boeing 787 Dreamliner lifted off from Boeing's main headquarters at Everett Paine Field near Seattle, Washington. The following morning at 11:02 local time, the aircraft landed in Frankfurt, Germany (FRA). To celebrate the occasion, the pilots flew a Lufthansa branded flag outside of the cockpit during the aircraft's taxi after landing. Read More →