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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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A Century of Flight: Miami International Airport

    A Century of Flight: Miami International Airport

MIAMI – On March 23, 2017, History Miami Museum and Miami International Airport hosted the grand opening of the Hall of Aviation, a permanent living history gallery which features various

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January 21, 1976: Concorde Enters Into Commercial Service

    January 21, 1976: Concorde Enters Into Commercial Service

MIAMI — Forty years ago, the experience of air travel reached new levels of luxury and speed. The Concorde, the supersonic jet, entered into commercial service with Air France and

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Saying Goodbye to Our Little AvGeek, Mr. Awesome

    Saying Goodbye to Our Little AvGeek, Mr. Awesome

Dear friends and family in the aviation industry: As many of you know Carla, Caleb, and I and our family lost our incredible, big hearted, and brilliant 7-year old son

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Dallas Love Field, the Comeback Kid

    Dallas Love Field, the Comeback Kid

MIAMI — Earlier this week, on October 13, 2013, Dallas Love Field began a yearlong celebration as the end of

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