July 3, 2022
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JetSuiteX’s Embraer ERJ-135 Top Gun Livery

On the big screen, Maverick flies F-18 fighter jets; in real life, it’s an Embraer ERJ-135 aircraft that bears the Top Gun livery.

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AvGeek History Special Flights

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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AvGeek Featured

The Time Lufthansa Flew the Boeing 767

Many may not remember that Lufthansa (LH) operated three Boeing 767s back in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

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Airlines AvGeek

Alaska Airlines Unveils Boeing 737 Star Wars Livery

Alaska Airlines (AS) introduces its Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge liveried Boeing 737-890.

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Education

Airways Top 10 College Aviation Programs

Pilots needed! The aviation industry is the lifeblood of the world’s transportation system.

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Boeing Featured Technology

NASA to Conclude Boeing 747SP SOFIA Mission

This fall, NASA will conclude operations of its modified Boeing 747SP, the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA).

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AvGeek Boeing

Secrets of the Boeing 777X Wingtips

The Boeing 777X is one of the most awaited aircraft to hit the market and an eye-catching feature is its foldable winglets.

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Airlines Technology

Hawaiian Airlines to Offer Free Starlink WiFi

Hawaiian Airlines (HA) becomes the first major carrier to carry SpaceX’s Starlink service on all of its transpacific flights.

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AvGeek Featured

From Five to None? Evolution of the Flight Crew

Single Pilot Operations (SPO) refers to flying commercial aircraft with only one Pilot in the cockpit.

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AVJobs Featured

The Job of an Aircraft Fuel Tank Diver

Want to work around toxic chemicals with the constant threat of exploding to death?

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