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July 4, 1975: Braniff Rolls Out Alexander Calder’s ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ Livery

    July 4, 1975: Braniff Rolls Out Alexander Calder’s ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ Livery

MIAMI — Back in 1976, as the United States was turning into its 200th year as an independent republic, there were countless celebrations and local observances nationwide to commemorate the major

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Special Friday Flashback: When Trump Ran ‘The Shuttle’

    Special Friday Flashback: When Trump Ran ‘The Shuttle’

Editor’s Note: Friday January 20th, Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. As many know, Trump had a brief but unsuccessful tenure in the  airline industry.

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Goodbye and Godspeed Joe Sutter

    Goodbye and Godspeed Joe Sutter

MIAMI — Perhaps no aircraft in commercial aviation history has better captured the romance and imagination of air travel as well as the iconic Boeing 747. As the 747 family

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Meeting Boeing’s “7 Series” Centennial Lineup Aircraft

    Meeting Boeing’s “7 Series” Centennial Lineup Aircraft

SEATTLE — Last weekend, Boeing commemorated its 100th anniversary, showcasing its “7 Series” jetliners in a lineup, similar to 2007 when the company was on the eve of rolling out

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From Seaplanes to Space Planes — Boeing Celebrates 100 Years

    From Seaplanes to Space Planes — Boeing Celebrates 100 Years

SEATTLE — Boeing kicked a three-day celebration to mark its first 100 years on Friday at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington.

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Flashback Friday: Avianca’s 95th Birthday

    Flashback Friday: Avianca’s 95th Birthday

MIAMI — The second-oldest airline in the world, and oldest in the Western Hemisphere, marks 95 years of flying today, December

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Flashback Friday: A Look at Continental and Other Airlines at Newark in the 1990s

    Flashback Friday: A Look at Continental and Other Airlines at Newark in the 1990s

MIAMI — In the early 1990s, the largest tenant at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) was Continental Airlines, and it

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Flashback Friday: Denver Stapleton International Airport in 1994

    Flashback Friday: Denver Stapleton International Airport in 1994

MIAMI — Twenty years ago commercial aviation in Denver was in a period of transition, as the city prepared to

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Inside Boeing’s 737 Renton Factory As They Take It To “The MAX”: Part One

    Inside Boeing’s 737 Renton Factory As They Take It To “The MAX”: Part One

MIAMI — On the evening of March 18, 2013 Boeing’s Renton Plant rolled out its first Boeing 737, a 737-800

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