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Today in Aviation: The Official Opening of Auckland Airport

Today in Aviation, Auckland Airport (AKL), the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand, opened its doors in 1966.

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Today in Aviation: First Flight of the Potez 62

Today in Aviation, the French-built, twin-engined civilian airliner, the Potez 62, took to the skies for the first time in.

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Today in Aviation: First Flight of the Convair 880

Today in Aviation, the first example of the initial production version of Model 22 of the Convair 880 made its.

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Ukraine: Air Fares Rise as Political Tensions Mount

DALLAS – Political tensions continue to mount in Ukraine as an estimated 100,000 Russian soldiers are now deployed on the.

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Interview: FedEx VP Details Expanded Miami Facility

DALLAS – FedEx Express (FX) recently completed a major expansion of its air cargo hub at Miami International Airport (MIA),.

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Today in Aviation: Maiden Flight of the Miles M.57 Aerovan

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, the British-built Miles M.57 Aerovan prototype aircraft took to the skies for the first time.

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1/29/2020: Boeing 777X Completes Maiden Flight

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, Boeing successfully staged the first flight of the 777X, the world’s largest twin-engined commercial aircraft,.

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Today in Aviation: Boeing 777X Completes Maiden Flight

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, Boeing successfully staged the first flight of the 777X, the world’s largest twin-engined commercial aircraft,.

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Today in Aviation: Maiden Flight of the Convair 990 Coronado

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, the American-built, narrow-body, four-engined Convair 990 ‘Coronado’ took to the skies for the first time.

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Today in Aviation: German Carrier Condor Flies Again

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, German leisure airline ‘Thomas Cook powered by Condor’ was rebranded simply as ‘Condor’ (DE) in.

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