June 28, 2022
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The Humble Beginnings of Gulf Airlines

The Middle East is today’s most prominent connecting hub, shared by a few carriers from the region.

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Braniff and the Concorde

One of the often-overlooked chapters of Concorde’s history was Braniff International’s (BN) interchange flights.

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Featured Safety

Flight Crews at Double Risk of Developing Skin Cancers

As we kickstart Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Airways shares the personal story of Elise S. May, an aviation safety professional, and her husband, a pilot for a major US carrier.

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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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Featured Highflyer Interview

CEO Interview: NICEAIR- Iceland’s New Airline

North Iceland is getting its very own airline when Niceair starts operations this June.

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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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Featured Safety

Pilot’s Corner: Turbulence and Storm Dodging

The role of a pilot is to get his or her aircraft and passengers safely and efficiently to their destination, on time and without incidents.

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Featured Highflyer Industry Interview

Interview: Aviation in the Americas with Peter Cerdá

The Americas represent a dynamic and diverse region for commercial aviation in the eyes of IATA.

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Featured History

How the Sikorsky S-42 Changed Aviation History

The statement that the Sikorsky S-42 was the “airliner that changed aviation history” will undoubtedly spark debate.

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