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Return of the MAX (Still Waiting for Its Big Break?)

In a week when Boeing took the lion's share of Dubai Airshow orders, Aviation Values' Head of Commercial Analysts, Gary Crichlow, shared his data insights on the 737 MAX.

A Brief History of the Quadjet

Rediscover the four-engined commercial airliners that revolutionized the air travel industry.

WestJet Expands Summer 2024 Service to U.S. Cities

WestJet has announced four new routes as part of the airline’s summer schedule.

Aeromexico to Launch Washington, D.C.-Mexico City Nonstop Service

Aeromexico will begin a new year-round nonstop service between Mexico City and Washington, D.C., starting on July 1, 2024.

El Al Suspends Flights to India, Cancels Seasonal Routes

Israeli flag carrier El Al has announced over social media platforms that it is suspending flights to Tokyo Narita, Dublin, and Marseille starting October 31.

The Impact of the Middle East Conflict on Israeli Aviation

Airways delves into the impact of the military escalation in the Middle East on civil aviation operations to/from Israel.

JetBlue to Start Flights to Dublin, Edinburgh

JetBlue has unveiled plans for three new seasonal summer routes in 2024, enhancing its services to Ireland and Scotland.

Today in Aviation: Three Historic First Flights

Today, we celebrate Japan Airlines' first post-war domestic service, Emirates' first revenue flight, and Singapore Airlines' inaugural A380 flight.

10/16/1978: Maiden Flight of the Lockheed L-1011-500 Tristar

The last variant of the Lockheed L-1011 Tristar, the -500, took to the skies for the first time today in 1978.

El Al to Fly Reservists Home on Sabbath

For the first time in 41 years, El Al will fly reserve soldiers around the world home on Saturday on emergency flights to serve n the Israel-Hamas conflict.

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