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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 continues to be the largest carrier there today as United

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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 open a brand new international airport.  The original airport, Stapleton

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American Airlines Flight 191 Remembered 35 Years Later

    American Airlines Flight 191 Remembered 35 Years Later

Thirty-five years ago, American Airlines flight 191 departed Chicago O’Hare for Los Angeles on a routine flight. Moments after takeoff, however, the DC-10 crashed, killing all 258 passengers and 13

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Biman Bangladesh: An Airline on the Rise

    Biman Bangladesh: An Airline on the Rise

MIAMI — Window seats are my favorite on a plane, especially when arriving in a new place. Getting to take in the “bird’s eye view” is always a great introduction.

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Folded Wings – The Last Douglas DC-10 Passenger Flight Ever

    Folded Wings – The Last Douglas DC-10 Passenger Flight Ever

BIRMINGHAM —  The McDonnell Douglas DC-10 carried its last passengers Monday, after nearly forty-three years of service, as the final

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The Final Passenger DC-10 Lands in Birmingham

    The Final Passenger DC-10 Lands in Birmingham

BIRMINGHAM — The final commercial DC-10 flight has landed on Thursday, ending a forty plus year run of scheduled passenger service

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Airchive Readers Share Their Stories of the DC10

    Airchive Readers Share Their Stories of the DC10

MIAMI — As the last passenger DC-10 made its final trek toward retirement from Dhaka, Bangladesh, Airchive readers pause to

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Remembering the DC-10, A Pilot’s Perspective

    Remembering the DC-10, A Pilot’s Perspective

MIAMI — Airline pilots live and die by their “number;” seniority number that is.  During your first day in new

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The History of the DC-10, Part Two: Problems, Popularity, and Post-Production

    The History of the DC-10, Part Two: Problems, Popularity, and Post-Production

MIAMI — The second in our two part series on the giant McDonnell Douglas jet, we take at look at

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The History of the DC-10, Part One: Taking Shape and Taking Off

    The History of the DC-10, Part One: Taking Shape and Taking Off

MIAMI — By this time next week, the last passenger DC-10 flight will be completed, and a 43-year reign will

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