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Japan Airlines Receives First Airbus Aircraft

June 13, 2019 Ryan Ewing

Japan Airlines (JAL) received its first A350-900XWB on Thursday from Airbus’ manufacturing facilities in Toulouse. The newly-delivered aircraft, registered as JA01XJ, marks two sizable milestones. Its JAL’s first off-the-line Airbus aircraft – the airline has

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Several 737 MAX 8 Operators Begin to Ground Fleets

March 11, 2019 Ryan Ewing

Even though information is still scarce at this point, Ethiopian’s ill-fated ET302 flight has triggered a series of decisions of aviation authorities and operators regarding the Boeing 737 MAX. The Chinese Aviation Authority requested airlines,

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Celebrating Six Years of AirlineGeeks

February 10, 2019 Ryan Ewing

On Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, AirlineGeeks celebrates six years of operation. Perhaps it’s just a coincidence that our birthday falls a day after both the 747’s and 727’s? Anyways, I just wanted to use this

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First Look: Delta Shows Off First Airbus A220

September 14, 2018 Ryan Ewing

Delta is pulling the sheet off of its newest jet. The Airbus A220, formerly known as the Bombardier C Series, is making its initial U.S. debut with the Atlanta-based carrier. The airline introduced its first

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12 Photos from LAX’s Bustling Airfield

May 13, 2018 Ryan Ewing

There is hardly a quiet day at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The world’s fourth busiest airport by passengers numbers served 84,557,968 customers in 2017 alone. LAX is no stranger to traffic diversity either. With

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