July 6, 2022
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Squawking 7500: Handling a Hijacked Aircraft

A plane hijacking is a situation that no airport station manager wishes to encounter, but he or she has to know how to control the crisis.

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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, in 2020. At 252 ft (77 m) in length, the 777X is the longest commercial jet. Additionally, the airplane’s wingspan, boosted by the world’s largest folding wingtips, will measure 235 ft (72 m), almost the […]

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The Last Pan Am Flight out of Vietnam

The mission 1965/31 took place at Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN) in Saigon —now Ho Chi Minh City— six days before the fall of the city on April 30, 1975. 

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World Cancer Day Awareness

World Cancer Day is a charity initiative from the Union for International Cancer Control’s (UICC).

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Reflecting on a Life in Aviation

“United 1 Heavy, contact departure!” Banking gracefully left, the mighty Boeing 777 climbed skyward, roaring out the bedroom door into the great beyond. 

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2020: A Year of Excursions

2020 was one of the most challenging years for the aerospace industry to date, with the COVID-19 pandemic having far-reaching and drastic consequences. 

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Jordan, Israel Reach Historic Overflight Agreement

Jordan and Israel have recently reached an agreement for joint overflight rights between both countries, cutting travel times for Jordanian and Israeli carriers.

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