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#HumpDay: The Bombardier CRJ Family

    #HumpDay: The Bombardier CRJ Family

MIAMI — Over 26 years ago, the Montreal-based company, Bombardier launched its first family of commercial passenger aircraft, the Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ), which consists of the CRJ-100, CRJ-200, CRJ-700, and

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Flashback Friday: The Embraer E-Jet Family

    Flashback Friday: The Embraer E-Jet Family

MIAMI — While powerhouses Airbus and Boeing have not focused on smaller jets, Embraer has logged 1,437 orders and 394 options for the E-Jet series. The company is also facing new

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Flashback: The Airbus A320 Family

    Flashback: The Airbus A320 Family

MIAMI — This week, Airbus commemorates the 30th anniversary of the first flight of its A320 narrowbody jetliner. The introduction of this aircraft created one of the most heated competitions in the

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26 Years Since Eastern Air Lines Folded Its Wings: Personal Stories of That Final Day

    26 Years Since Eastern Air Lines Folded Its Wings: Personal Stories of That Final Day

MIAMI — Twenty six years ago, Eastern Air Lines, a carrier with roots dating back to 1927, ceased operations. Today, the brand is gracing the skies again under a new leadership

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Miles for Style Around the World — Part II

    Miles for Style Around the World — Part II

Airlines are generally making frequent flyer mile redemption more difficult by reducing the number of seats available and raising the

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Miles for Style Around the World — Part I

    Miles for Style Around the World — Part I

When can you get out of frequent flyer mile redemption these days?  How about an all-Boeing round-the-world adventure seated up

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25 Years Ago: Pan Am Ceases Operations

    25 Years Ago: Pan Am Ceases Operations

MIAMI — In 1991, two iconic U.S. carriers flew into the proverbial sunset, Eastern Air Lines on January 18 and

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Exclusive First Trip Report: American Airlines International Premium Economy

    Exclusive First Trip Report: American Airlines International Premium Economy

SÃO PAULO — This week, American Airlines (AA) launched its first scheduled International Premium Economy service aboard its new Boeing

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Flashback: The Airbus A340 Program

    Flashback: The Airbus A340 Program

MIAMI — The current generation of the Airbus widebody family, the A340 and the A330, entered service on February 2,

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Flying like a Quetzal with Avianca (TACA) in Central America

    Flying like a Quetzal with Avianca (TACA) in Central America

SAN SALVADOR — TACA Airlines, now Avianca El Salvador after merging Colombia’s Avianca, traces its history back to 1931.  Its

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