August 15, 2022
Aviation Industry
AvGeek

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

Star Alliance Turns 25 – What Does Lufthansa Say?

It’s almost 25 years for the world’s largest – the Star Alliance, founded by five airlines in Frankfurt, Germany, on May 14, 1997.

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AvGeek History

The Air-Car Ferries of the 1960s

To cross over a sea or a channel with our cars, we use ferry boats, but back in the 1950s, it was done through the air.

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Airports

New Delhi Airport: World’s Second Busiest

New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) has been ranked as the second busiest airport globally for March 2022.

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Featured

The Humble Beginnings of Gulf Airlines

The Middle East is today’s most prominent connecting hub, shared by a few carriers from the region.

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Featured Highflyer Interview

CEO Interview: NICEAIR- Iceland’s New Airline

North Iceland is getting its very own airline when Niceair starts operations this June.

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AvGeek Boeing

Secrets of the Boeing 777X Wingtips

The Boeing 777X is one of the most awaited aircraft to hit the market and an eye-catching feature is its foldable winglets.

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Airports

Yemen’s Sana’a Airport to Reopen after Six Years

After a six-year hiatus, Yemen’s Sana’a International Airport (SAH) is re-opening with a scheduled flight by state carrier Yemenia (IY) on April 24.

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Boeing

The Sad All-White 747 That Barely Flew

With just 42 hours of flying, this massive Boeing 747-8 has left Basel (BSL), Switzerland after 10 years.

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Boeing Featured

What Was Boeing’s MD-10?

During the Tri-jet era, the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and the MD-11 were each a success for decades and also the people’s favorites.

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