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O’Hare Will Be Party Central for Aviation Fans

O’Hare Will Be Party Central for Aviation Fans

Cue the water cannons! United Airlines’s newest — and long-awaited — addition to its fleet, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, is scheduled to pull up to a gate in United’s Terminal 1 at O’Hare Airport in Chicago at 9:51 a.m. Sunday — that is, if the aircraft and 219 passengers on the inaugural flight arrive on time. The […]
Southwest to Begin Puerto Rico Flights in April

Southwest to Begin Puerto Rico Flights in April

Southwest Airlines announced Thursday that it will start service in April to San Juan, Puerto Rico — the carrier’s first destination beyond the lower 48 U.S. states. The low-cost said that beginning April 14, it will have three daily round trips between San Juan and Orlando, Fla., and one daily round trip between San Juan and […]

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EAA to Give Away Stearman Model 75

EAA to Give Away Stearman Model 75

Next year marks the 50th anniversary of the annual Experimental Aircraft Association aircraft sweepstakes, and the grand prize was unveiled this week in the EAA exhibit at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Annual Meeting and Convention in Orlando: a completely restored 1943 Boeing Stearman Model 75 biplane! The airplane featured at the exhibit was […]
Alabama City Considered for Wright Brothers Museum

Alabama City Considered for Wright Brothers Museum

The Wright Brothers Aeroplane Co. is considering making Montgomery, Ala., the permanent home for a Wright Brothers exhibit that recreates the birth of aviation between 1899 and 1905. Nick Engler, director of the company, said the idea is to build a 20,000-square-foot museum in a city that has some connection to the history of aviation. […]

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Second Chinese Stealth Fighter Prototype Takes Flight

Second Chinese Stealth Fighter Prototype Takes Flight

China has test flown a second model of a prototype stealth fighter, aviation experts said Thursday, in a sign of its aircraft industry’s growing sophistication. Photos posted to the Internet Thursday showed the radar-avoiding aircraft airborne near the northeastern city of Shenyang with its landing gear still down. Two Chinese-made J-11 fighters accompanied it on […]
Airlines’ Schedules Boosted as LaGuardia Reopens

Airlines’ Schedules Boosted as LaGuardia Reopens

New York’s LaGuardia Airport started receiving flights today to complete the reopening of the region’s aviation hubs, boosting U.S. airlines in their effort to rebuild schedules after superstorm Sandy. Arrivals resumed shortly after 7 a.m. local time today, and both LaGuardia runways are open after floodwaters receded, said Pasquale DiFulco, a spokesman for the Port […]

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Aviation Nation Showcases Sin City’s Military Side

Aviation Nation Showcases Sin City’s Military Side

Las Vegas embarks on a whole new game next week when Aviation Nation rolls out at Nellis Air Force Base Nov. 10-11. Want to see a drone close up? Check out the MQ-9 reaper, which might even make a demo flight. Want to see your tax dollars at work? Air Force F-15 and F-16 fighter planes will be ready […]
Air New Zealand: The Hobbit’s Unexpected Safety Briefing

Air New Zealand: The Hobbit’s Unexpected Safety Briefing

In what has to be the most unique airline passenger safety video made in some time, Air New Zealand teamed with famed Hollywood director and New Zealand native Peter Jackson to use characters from his upcoming film The Hobbit to create a new spin on what’s become a tired staple of air travel. The video […]

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Planes of Fame WWII Zero to Visit Japan

Planes of Fame WWII Zero to Visit Japan

The world’s only fully authentic and flyable Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero is beginning its third trip to Japan for temporary display. The fighter, built in May 1943 and restored to flying condition in the 1970s by the Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino, Calif., was taken apart this week and placed in shipping containers for the […]
Airline Cancellations from Sandy Extend to Thursday

Airline Cancellations from Sandy Extend to Thursday

Airline cancellations continued to mount, with a few carriers beginning to cancel flights scheduled for Thursday. Superstorm Sandy is now blamed for the cancellation of 18,100 flights, stretching from Saturday to Wednesday, according to the travel monitoring site Flightaware.com. The canceled flights were primarily to and from storm-ravaged cities along the East Coast. About 50 or so […]
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