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This Month in the Airways: The Embraer E2 Soars High

    This Month in the Airways: The Embraer E2 Soars High

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 256th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Let’s start this issue with a very unusual but av-nificent collaboration. Our Publisher and Editor-in-chief, Enrique

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Delta’s Operational Meltdown and Ryanair 2.0 [Podcast #28]

    Delta’s Operational Meltdown and Ryanair 2.0 [Podcast #28]

MIAMI — Rohan, and Vinay kick off the show discussing the abysmal April for U.S. carriers beginning with Delta’s 4-day operational meltdown (2:10) which lead to thousands of canceled flights

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Wasaya Expands Dash-8 Fleet

    Wasaya Expands Dash-8 Fleet

Voyageur Aviation Ltd. unveiled on April 20th, 2017 to dignitaries and members of the media, the first-of-its-kind Dash 8-100PF Package Freighter aircraft. Scott Tapson, President of Voyageur Aviation, introduced the exciting

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Exclusive and Onboard: The Last U.S. Operated Boeing 747-200 Soars Into Retirement

    Exclusive and Onboard: The Last U.S. Operated Boeing 747-200 Soars Into Retirement

SEATTLE – On April 21, 2017, a very quiet but very special retirement flight took place out of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Kalitta Air retired its final operating Boeing 747-200,

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It’s Time For United Airlines to Come Home [Network Beat #10]

    It’s Time For United Airlines to Come Home [Network Beat #10]

MIAMI – United’s revenue underperformance versus its peers is now front and center, thanks to Scott Kirby’s transition to United

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Open Sky For Autism Takes Off On May 6

    Open Sky For Autism Takes Off On May 6

MIAMI – On Saturday, May 6, Air Hollywood, the world’s largest aviation-themed entertainment studio, will host its 8th Open Sky for Autism.

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The Avro RJ Legacy

    The Avro RJ Legacy

Where do old airliners go when they retire from their original airlines? Often, a lot further than their first operators

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United’s Leggings, Delta’s Got S(e)oul, and Frontier’s IPO [Podcast #27]

    United’s Leggings, Delta’s Got S(e)oul, and Frontier’s IPO [Podcast #27]

MIAMI — It’s time to put the issue du jour to rest with a brief discussion of the #LeggingsGate situation

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Electronics Ban, IAG Levels Up, and Cathay Pacific’s Woes [Podcast #26]

    Electronics Ban, IAG Levels Up, and Cathay Pacific’s Woes [Podcast #26]

MIAMI — Vinay and Rohan kick off this week’s episode by discussing the electronics ban on flights from certain Middle

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This Month in the Airways: ‘Flying Through HEL,’ Actually Heaven

    This Month in the Airways: ‘Flying Through HEL,’ Actually Heaven

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 255th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Our Publisher and Editor-in-chief Enrique Perrella features

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