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Onboard the Final Scheduled Flight of the Very First Boeing 747-400

    Onboard the Final Scheduled Flight of the Very First Boeing 747-400

MIAMI— Delta Air Lines Flight 836 from Honolulu to Atlanta marked today the end of service of the first Boeing 747-400 ever built. This aircraft, originally in Boeing house colors,

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American To Integrate Reservation Systems This Summer

    American To Integrate Reservation Systems This Summer

MIAMI — American Airlines plans to merge the reservation systems as early as July, and the airline plans to take a different approach than other airlines, like Continental and United, have

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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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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 remember time spent aboard the giant triholer. R. D. Sussmann:

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The Mighty DC-9

    The Mighty DC-9

MIAMI — For the past week I’ve been reading of the impending, last commercial flight of a US Air Carrier

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