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Airways Top 10 Rarest Aircraft in the World

These are the top 10 rarest airplanes that have crisscrossed the skies.

July / August 2020

As the COVID-19 crisis unfolds, airlines are speeding up the retirement of its older fleets. Delta Air Lines (DL) has bid a discreet farewell to its MD-88s and MD-90s, which served the airline for decades. The end of the type

February 2018

This month, we bid farewell to yet another aircraft: Meridiana’s McDonnell-Douglas MD-80. This aircraft was the backbone of the Italian carrier’s fleet, which will be replaced by new Boeing 737 MAX 8s. This shot honors the Italian Maddog by showcasing its unique

The History of British Airways’ Gatwick Operation

British Airways (BA) has resumed short-haul operations from London's Gatwick Airport (LGW). We take a look at BA's history at the airport.

The History of British Airways’ Gatwick Operation

British Airways (BA) has resumed short-haul operations from London's Gatwick Airport (LGW). We take a look at BA's history at the airport.

FAA Completely Bans US Flights To Venezuela As Political Tension Escalates

MIAMI — The US Federal Aviation Administration has issued an emergency order which bans all US-registered aircraft from flying to and over Venezuela. On April 30, the FAA had forbidden any US-registered aircraft to fly below 26,000 feet over Venezuelan

Allegiant Takes Delivery Of First US-Made Airbus A320 (+Video)

MIAMI — American ultra-low-cost carrier Allegiant has taken delivery of its first Alabama-made Airbus A320ceo, joining a fleet of 31 A319s, 40 A320s, and 29 McDonnell-Douglas MD-80s. The airline is on its way to becoming an all-Airbus carrier, progressively replacing

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Qatar Taunts Etihad’s Alitalia, Purchases 49% of Meridiana

MIAMI — Italy’s hope to one day have a healthy and potentially profitable flag carrier is still alive. Qatar Airways (QR) has just announced the acquisition of 49% of Meridiana’s parent company, AQA Holding. The deal comes through a few

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