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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: What We Know

March 6, 2015 Ashley Magoon

On March 8, 2014, the greatest unsolved mystery in aviation occurred: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 vanished en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The aircraft, a Boeing 777-200ER, was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew

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The Fight for the Asian Narrow Body Market

February 22, 2015 Guest Author

Asia is the fastest growing aviation market in the world with passenger numbers and aircraft sales growing dramatically. At the core of the boom is the narrow body market that features two major competitors: the

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We Love Airplanes, Yes We Do.

February 14, 2015 Jace Moseley

I would like to start of by saying Happy Valentine’s Day to all of our readers. As you probably can tell, the team here at Airline Geeks LOVES airplanes. Each team member has a different

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Our Top 5 Favorite Airline Commercials

February 11, 2015 Ryan Ewing

Let’s face it, nobody is a fan of commercials, but if you are an #AvGeek you know that airline commercials can shed some light on other dull commercials. We all have been there when you

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A Guide to the New AirlineGeeks.com

February 1, 2015 Jace Moseley

Welcome to a new chapter in AirlineGeeks.com history. As you may have noticed, this is not the same site that we have been using since the start. This is a brand new website, made completely

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Silver Airways: The Cape Air of Florida

November 29, 2014 Daniel Morley

Weaving between the Southwest 737’s and the jetBlue A320’s that dominate Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport are the tiny Saab 340’s of Silver Airways. The planes may be a lot smaller than the national airlines counterparts,

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MIA: 85 Years and Going Strong

October 22, 2014 Daniel Morley

Miami International Airport has a history filled with numerous airlines, different names and even different locations. Originally, Pan Am owned the then named 36th Street Airport, but in 1945, the city of Miami raised the

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