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July 2015

  Last month, Hawaiian Airlines made the fifth spot in our Top-10 Airline Liveries awards. The beautiful scheme, composed of bright purple and pink colors, make Hawaiian’s newest aircraft—the Airbus A330-200—feel exotic and modern. This month, our Staff Photographer ED

Supersonic: The Origins of Concorde

A team of British and French engineers set to work on an audacious project: building a supersonic commercial aircraft.

IndiGo – The World’s Fastest Growing Airline

India’s low-cost giant, IndiGo (6E), is back on track and carrying massive passenger volumes after pulling out of the pandemic.

US FAA Safety Official Appointed as Acting Administrator

The Biden administration has selected Billy Nolen, the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) safety head, as the agency's acting chief.

Air New Zealand’s Ultra Long-haul 17-hour Flight

Air New Zealand (NZ) is to launch one of the world's longest routes: a non-stop connection between Auckland (AKL) and New York (JFK).

Today in Aviation: Maiden Flight of the Embraer ERJ-190

Today in Aviation, the Embraer ERJ-190 aircraft from the Brazilian aerospace conglomerate took to the skies for the first time in 2004.

3/11/1993: Maiden Flight of the Airbus A321

Today in Aviation, the A321 prototype, F-WWIA, took to the skies for the first time in 1993 from Airbus' Hamburg Finkenwerder (XFW) plant.

Today in Aviation: Ansett Australia Ceases Operations

Today in Aviation, Ansett Australia (AN), a major Australian airline group, ceased operations in 2002 after 65 years of service.

Airways Profile Ep2: Training Captain Chris Pohl

MIAMI – Airways Profile is a new column published in the online edition of Airways. Use the tag #AirwaysProfile on your Instagram post for a chance to be featured in the future! Welcome to another episode of Airways Profile! Chris,

Airways’ Top 10 Photos of 2020

2020 was a year like no other for aviation. The industry went through mass furloughs, layoffs, aircraft storage and retirement, and passenger numbers are at record lows.

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