Helwing Villamizar

Chief Online Editor
Chief Online Editor at Airways Magazine, AVSEC interpreter, and visual artist. I am a grammar and sci-fi literature geek who loves editing text and film.

Alaska Airlines Cancels 120+ Flights amid Pilot Picketing

Due to a pilot shortage, hundreds of Alaska Airlines (AS) flights were canceled at Sea-Tac International Airport (SEA) this morning,

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ASL Aviation Orders 20 Additional Boeing 737-800BCF

Dublin-based ASL Aviation Holdings and Boeing have announced an order for up to 20 more 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters (BCF).

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KLM Appoints Marjan Rintel as New CEO

The Board of Directors of Air France-KLM approved the Supervisory Board of KLM's proposal to select Marjan Rintel as the

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3/31/1974: British Airways Begins Operations

Today in Aviation, four British companies, BOAC, BEA, Cambrian Airways, and Northeast Airlines, merged in 1974 to form British Airways

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Today in Aviation: British Airways Begins Operations

Today in Aviation, four British companies, BOAC, BEA, Cambrian Airways, and Northeast Airlines, merged in 1974 to form British Airways

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Six ITA Airways Board Members Resign amid Privatization Push

It seems privatization is difficult for ITA Airways (AZ), as six board members have resigned from the 100% publicly-owned Italian

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BOC Aviation Repossesses Boeing 747-8F from Russian Operator

A Boeing 747-8F leased to Russia's AirBridgeCargo (RU) flew to California after a US judge approved an order authorizing lessor

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Avianca’s Cartagena Route Returns to Miami International

Miami International Airport (MIA) held a ceremony yesterday to commemorate the re-launch of the daily Avianca (AV) Cartagena-Miami route. Present

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British Airways Short-haul Flights Return to Gatwick Airport

After a two-year hiatus, British Airways (BA) has resumed international short-haul flights from Gatwick Airport (LGW) today, with the first

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Italy Selects ITA Airways Sale Advisors

Italy's Treasury has picked financial and legal experts to oversee the imminent privatization of Alitalia successor ITA Airways (AZ).

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