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Russian Government Announces New Moscow-Caracas Route

MIAMI — The Russian embassy in Venezuela announced the opening of an all-new nonstop route between the capital cities of both countries, operated twice weekly by Venezuelan-state-owned airline, Conviasa (V0). “Russia has decided to open a new air service to

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


The Mexican Superjet Experience

Published in July 2016 issue The Sukhoi Superjet is a nice mix of Russian with a hint of Italian. Add to that mix the Mexican spice and the result will surely be quite unique. Join us on a quick flight

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.

Interjet Receives The First Sukhoi SuperJet 100

MIAMI — Mexican LCC Interjet has received the first Superjet 100, at its headquarters in Toluca, Mexico the airline announced. Interjet becomes the first airline in the Western Hemisphere to take delivery of the Russian-built aircraft. The aircraft routed via KEF-YYR-BGR-TLC. The

The Airbus A350 XWB: Being There At The Maiden Flight

TOULOUSE — The first half of 2013 and has certainly been a busy year in the annals of commercial aviation. In January the worldwide fleet of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner was grounded; not taking to the skies again until May.

The Eagle Rises Again: Onboard American Airlines Boeing 777-300ER Inaugural Flight

MIAMI —  On January 31, 2013 American Airlines launched their first Boeing 777-300ER into service with attention that rivaled any airline’s launch of a new type in recent memory. On the face of it, even though American became the first

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