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American Airlines Unveils DC-3 Food Truck in Los Angeles

July 12, 2018 Albert Kuan

In aviation, aircraft conversions are standard practice, with older aircraft being converted from passenger to cargo configurations. On Monday, however, American Airlines and Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum, a local Los Angeles aviation museum, unveiled the first-ever

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Southwest Debuts New Line of Shark Week Liveries

July 11, 2018 Samuel Chen

Southwest Airlines, in partnership with the Discovery Channel, launched a Shark Week Fleet with five aircraft. These aircraft celebrate the 30th anniversary of Shark Week, a popular show televised on the Discovery Channel. Each aircraft

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Boeing is Buying a Lot More than Embraer E2 Jets

July 6, 2018 Pablo Diaz

A few days after Airbus formally took possession of Bombardier’s CSeries product line, aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Embraer announced that they have finally signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that formalizes the partnership between the

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Hi Fly Becomes First Second-Hand A380 Operator

July 6, 2018 Pablo Diaz

Hi Fly has received the first second-hand Airbus A380, inaugurating a new era for the aircraft, as it had never been operated by a second company after the first leasing contract has ended. The announcement gives the

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GE Aviation: A Century of Innovation

May 26, 2018 Hemal Gosai

GE Aviation is currently one of the top aircraft engine suppliers in the world. This subsidiary of General Electric offers engines for the majority of commercial aircraft and continues to lead innovation within the industry.

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Tesla Model X Tows Qantas Dreamliner

May 16, 2018 Matthew Garcia

Tesla and Qantas teamed up to complete a Guinness World Record for the heaviest tow by an electric passenger vehicle on Tuesday. The two companies met on a Melbourne Airport taxiway for the challenge. In

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