Airways ranks the top ten largest passenger planes still in service today.
This is the story of the Boeing 717, which took to the skies for the first time from Long Beach, California in 1998.
Today in Aviation, Aviación y Comercio, better known as Aviaco (AO), was fully absorbed into Iberia's (IB) operation in 1999.
The iconic trijet DC-10 took to the skies for the first time in 1970.
The original Frontier Airlines (FL) served over 87 million passengers during its existence.
Today in Aviation, Sir Freddie Laker accepts a US$8m out-of-court settlement from British Airways (BA) in 1985.
VARIG Airlines (RG) can trace its history back to 1927 when the airline was founded by German aviator Otto Ernst Meyer-Labastille.
Japan Airlines the flag carrier of Japan, recently revealed its plans for expansion to Doha Hamad Airport.
The airline had been founded earlier that month to take over the services of West African Airways Corporation (WT).