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Britsh Airways refurbishing 18 747-400 aircraft.

If it’s the end of the line for Boeing Co.’s 747 jetliner, nobody told British Airways. The largest operator of the hump-backed icon -- dubbed the Queen of the Skies on its debut in 1970 -- is plumping up seat cushions, hanging fresh curtains and upgrading entertainment systems on 18 planes. Seems they can get a bit more life out of paid-for aircraft and maybe make money doing so. (www.bloomberg.com) Más...

(Video) 2015 Integrated Live Fire Exercise - US / S Korea

HD video of a US / S Korea live fire military exercise - August 2015 (www.youtube.com) Más...

Report: Airlines Installing Uncomfortable Bumps In Seatbacks Because It Pleases Them

NEW YORK—According to sources throughout the commercial aviation sector, the nation’s airlines will begin installing awkwardly placed bumps in every airplane seatback this week because it reportedly brings great pleasure to them (www.theonion.com) Más...

Ooops! That's not supposed to happen.

Bet they spilled their Timmies that day and had some serious explaining to do too! (thechronicleherald.ca) Más...

Swiss announces 777-300ER routes

Swiss international airlines will receive their new 777-300ER's beginning next year to replace the aged A340-300's. They've now announced the first routes for the first Boeing aircraft of Swiss. New York and Montreal are the first two destinations of the 777's allowing to test the aircraft on shorter routes and then going on long-haul to Los Angeles/San Francisco/Hong Kong... (onemileatatime.boardingarea.com) Más...

B-1 Bomber Buzzes Sturgis Bike Rally, Redefines The Term "Loud Exhaust"

On this, the 75th anniversary of the Mecca of all bike rallies, the loudest vehicle to cruise the strip was the mighty B-1B Lancer bomber (www.youtube.com) Más...

747 Rare In The Air: Original Photos and Booklet from 1968 Rollout of the 1st Jumbo Jet.

As Korean Air became the newest Boeing 747-8I operator this week and possibly the last as TransAero deferred its orders, we look back at the Jumbo with these early promotional materials including rare photographs from the 1968 rollout of the first 747. (airwaysnews.com) Más...

FAA starts testing its drone safety app

Back in May, the Federal Aviation Administration announced plans to test an app for drone hobbyists that'll ensure they're flying in approved airspace. The mobile software appears to be on schedule as B4UFLY is now in closed beta for iOS. Up to 1,000 UAV users will test the app that's primarily aimed at keeping you informed about which areas are safe to fly. (www.engadget.com) Más...

Airline fears of pilot shortage spark Congress fight over required training

Good article to read. I want your options with the pilot shortage and the mandatory hours required by the FAA. I am a student at a 4-year college for Aviation with approximately 325 hours of flight time. (www.usatoday.com) Más...

Aerobatic Pilot killed in New York following structural break-up

Aircraft is reported to be a Giles G202 owned by Carbon Fiber Airshows of Austin, Texas. Unconfirmed if Andrew Wright was PIC at the time. (www.nydailynews.com) Más...

Feds approve paper airplane drone flights

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the use of a paper airplane that is a drone. (thehill.com) Más...

Air NZ looking at eyeing the 748-819's in 2017

The CEO Luxton for the kiwi carrier has come out making a statement that they intend to be long term customers of Boeing three Boeing 747-819's are on order with options of another two. In his statement to the press and the media today in head office of anz. He said these aircraft are needed and are economical to run compared to yesterday's 747's of the past. He also said the will wear the retro blue and green decals as did there DC10-30 aircraft they had back in the early seventies and will… (australianaviation.com.au) Más...

James "Red" Duke, iconic surgeon who started Life Flight, dies at 86

Dr. James "Red" Duke Jr., Houston's iconic, cowboy-style doctor who delivered homespun health advice on nationally syndicated television and founded the Life Flight helicopter ambulance system, died Tuesday. He was 86. (www.chron.com) Más...

Air NZ to phase out last two 737'S by September

Air NZ CEO Chris Luxton has said the last remaining two Boeing 737-319's will be retired from the fleet by the end of September 2015. This is due to the increasing economical A320's and the new A320 neo jet that will come into the fleet over the next year. Also the recent delivery of the fourth Boeing 789 has being delivered into the anz fleet as ZK-NZD which was a DC8-52 jet rego anz once had back in 1965-1970's (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

MAKS: Russian lessor close to re-affirming CSeries deal

Ilyushin Finance (IFC) is hoping to come to new terms with Bombardier within days on a deal that would preserve the Russian lessor’s once-threatened order for 39 CSeries aircraft. “I’m feeling we may reach a compromise,” says IFC general director Alexander Rubtsov. The leasing company owns the third-largest CSeries order in Bombardier’s backlog, but the deal has appeared in jeopardy since April. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...


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