Chris Sloan

Chris Sloan is a curious human with far too many passions and advocations: a long-time aviation journalist, television producer, philanthropist, entrepreneur, photographer, businessman, drone operator, wanderluster, storyteller, and dad. On the side, he runs the webseum of commercial aviation,

10/26/2011: ANA’s First Boeing 787 Dreamliner Revenue Flight

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner entered passenger service with Japan’s ANA All Nippon Airways today in 2011.

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Farewell to the Queen: The 747 by the Numbers

Airways looks back at the Queen’s legendary reign through the commercial lens of Boeing and the type’s operators.

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SOFIA Finds New Home at Arizona Museum

SOFIA will continue to engage a new generation of scientists, engineers, and explorers at the Pima Air & Space Museum.

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Flashback: United Airlines Boeing 787 Inaugural

10 years ago today, the first Boeing 787 in America entered service with United Airlines (UA). Airways was there for

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History Special Flights

Flashback: Flying the Inaugural A380 with Singapore Airlines

Today in 2007, Airways' Chris Sloan was one of the few lucky people on board Singapore Airlines' (SQ) inaugural A380

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7/04/1976: A Look into the ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ 

In 1976, Braniff International Airways (BN) launched Alexander Calder’s ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ depicted on a Boeing 727-200.

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Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental Inaugural Flight

Experience what it was like to be on board Lufthansa's (LH) inaugural Boeing 747-8i flight exactly 10 years ago today.

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Folded Wings: the Last Douglas DC-10 Passenger Flight

Experience the McDonnell Douglas DC-10's last passenger flight after nearly forty-three years of service.

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Today in Aviation: Braniff Rolls Out Alexander Calder’s ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ Livery

MIAMI — Today in Aviation marks the 45th anniversary of the launch of Alexander Calder’s Flying Colors of the United States livery

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Exclusive on-Location: Bienvenido a Cuba, Southwest!

VARADERO, CUBA — A fully loaded Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 (N7725A • MSN 32671 • LN 1925) touched down for

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