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American 787 Opens New Zealand Routes with Qantas, Jetstar

WELLINGTON— American Airlines will start flights between Los Angeles (LAX) and Auckland (AKL) in New Zealand in June 2016, operated by a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner — beating United Airlines’ 787-9 Dreamliner services to

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Iceland’s Aviation Museum Glows with History and Heritage

    Iceland’s Aviation Museum Glows with History and Heritage

AKUREYRI, ICELAND — If you don’t read Icelandic, the clue to the location of Iceland’s aviation museum (Flugsafn Islands) is in the large nose of a Douglas DC-6 poking out

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Climbing on Board Two Boeing 707s in One Day

    Climbing on Board Two Boeing 707s in One Day

MIAMI— It’s not often you get to climb on board a Boeing 707 these days, but two — a former passenger and then maintenance training aircraft now no longer flightworthy,

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Recycled and Retro Airline Memorabilia Flies High

    Recycled and Retro Airline Memorabilia Flies High

MIAMI— The aviation enthusiast or airline industry lifer looking to bring more flying memorabilia into their lives has never had it so good. The number of companies big and small

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Exploring Lufthansa Technical Training’s New 737-500 Maintenance Trainer

    Exploring Lufthansa Technical Training’s New 737-500 Maintenance Trainer

MIAMI— What do you do with a Boeing 737-500 coming to the end of its useful commercial life? If you’re

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Ten things for Oscar Munoz’ To-Do list at United

    Ten things for Oscar Munoz’ To-Do list at United

MIAMI— As United Airlines’ former CEO Jeff Smisek and two government relations colleagues depart unceremoniously under a cloud of opprobrium,

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How to Refurbish a Boeing 747-400

    How to Refurbish a Boeing 747-400

MIAMI— Your mission: pull out every seat from a Boeing 747-400, from first class to business class to economy, and

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Lumexis Fiber-Optic IFE Gains 737 Linefit Status

    Lumexis Fiber-Optic IFE Gains 737 Linefit Status

MIAMI— If Californian inflight entertainment challenger Lumexis has its way, its next-generation on-demand seatback inflight entertainment will appear on more

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Lufthansa Technik CEO: Big Changes Ahead for MRO Industry

    Lufthansa Technik CEO: Big Changes Ahead for MRO Industry

MIAMI — If you’re the CEO of a 26,000-person maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) workforce split across over 30 sites

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Is Premium Economy Next for Emirates, Qatar and Etihad?

    Is Premium Economy Next for Emirates, Qatar and Etihad?

MIAMI — As seat sizes in economy shrink, premium economy seating — the recliner-style international option that is like US

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