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Aeroflot Group Orders 339 Russian Airliners

Deliveries of the 339 Russian-built jets will commence in 2023 and run until 2030.

Boeing’s Supersonic Dreams

Boeing has toyed with the idea of a supersonic airliner since the 1960s but its plans remain on the drawing board.

This is How Russia Wants to Save Its Aviation Sector

As western sanctions have siloed Russian aviation, the Kremlin is preparing an air offensive on two fronts.

Russian Attack Destroys Odesa Airport Runway

Ukraine has revealed that a Russian missile attack destroyed the runway at Odesa International Airport (ODS).

EASA Suspends Russian Aircraft, MRO, Operator Certificates

Due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, EASA has suspended Russian aircraft, MROs' Part 145, and Third Country Operator (TCO) certificates. This includes pending or new EASA certificate applications, as well as aircraft leasing and airline code-sharing arrangements.

Today in Aviation: Pan Am’s Boeing 707 Ushers the Jet Age

MIAMI – It is widely known that the jet age began today in 1958 when, on the first of its regular scheduled flights, a Pan Am Boeing 707 took off from Idlewild Airport (now JFK International Airport) to Paris. The

Today in Aviation: Pan Am Returns to the Soviet Union

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, Pan Am returned to the Soviet Union in 1986 after eight years, using a Boeing 747 from New York’s JFK airport. The first commercial flight from the United States to the Soviet Union since 1978

Flashback: Flying Behind The Coconut Curtain — Cuba and Havana’s José Martí International Airport

Editor’s note: As JetBlue’s tomorrow’s flight from Fort Lauderdale to Santa Clara will become the first regularly scheduled flights between the United States and Cuba in over 50 years, let’s fly back in time to 2013, when Chris Sloan wrote this

Flying Colors from North Korea: A Unique Aviation Adventure — Part One

Pyongyang, North Korea: A destination to which a seasoned business traveler doesn’t often relate. Airline lounges, frequent flyer miles, hotel points, car rentals? Not here. As a dedicated traveler, I do anything to collect miles and redeem them for free

From Russia (and Italy) with Amor: Interjet’s Experience with the Superjet SSJ 100 and Trip Report

MIAMI — As happens with many AvGeeks, Russian-built aircraft have long held a certain fascination with me. It wasn’t that long ago, from my home-base in Miami, that Aeroflot’s IL-62s could be seen and heard shrieking across South Florida skies.

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