July 2, 2022
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Goodbye to KLM’s Last Boeing 747s?

KLM (KL) will make a final decision as to when its Jumbo jet operations will come to an end.

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Air France Cancels 85 Flights from Paris Hub

Find out why Air France-KLM (AF) has canceled 85 flights from Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG).

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MEPs, Aviation Lobbyists to Meet Prior to Climate Vote

Find out how the aviation industry will try to sway European legislators to vote on a reform aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

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5/24/1976: Two Concorde Land in Washington Dulles

This is the story of how two Concorde supersonic airliners landed at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

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Airlines Industry

ITA Airways Bid Deadline Ends Today

Find out what conditions are to be met by the two bidders for a majority stake at ITA Airways (AZ).

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Three Very Rare A320 Family Models

While commercial airliners usually have a single design for a particular model, there have been some rare modified versions.

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Airlines Routes

Air France Preps for Summer 2022 with New Destinations

Air France (AF) is preparing for a busy summer of 2022 as it plans to serve 196 destinations, reaching 90% of its 2019 capacity by then. The French carrier’s increased number of summer destinations is but one example of the gradual recovery of the industry.

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Avoiding Airspace: The Return of Cold War Flying

As of this week, airlines are banned from flying over parts of the world due to airspace blockades and sanctions amid the ongoing Ukraine crisis. In this article, we’ll take a look at the consequences airlines must face from the current geopolitical tensions.

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Today in Aviation

Today in Aviation: First Flight of the Potez 62

Today in Aviation, the French-built, twin-engined civilian airliner, the Potez 62, took to the skies for the first time in 1935. The aircraft was designed by Henry Potez, a French aviation engineer who founded his own company Aviation Potez in 1919. During the First World War, many of his factory-built land and seaplanes were considered […]

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Today in Aviation

Today in Aviation: Concorde Enters Synchronized Service

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, Air France (AF) and British Airways (BA) concurrently put Concorde into commercial service in 1976. Air France’s F-BVFA and BA’s G-BOAA took to the skies simultaneously at 11:40 UTC. The AF jet (AF025) departed Paris (ORY) bound for Rio de Janerio (GIG) via Dakar (DKR). In the flight deck was […]

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