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Livery of the Week: Qantas’ Retro 737s

Editor’s Note: AirlineGeeks is proud to present our ‘Livery of the Week’ series. Every Friday, a team member will share an airline livery, which can be from the past, present, or even a special scheme. Some airline liveries are works of art.…

Southwest Flight Issued Low Altitude Alert Over Oklahoma City

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) confirmed on Thursday that it is investigating Southwest flight 4069 (WN4069) from Las Vegas to Oklahoma City, which was issued a low altitude alert during its approach. The news comes after the airline is already…

Cascade of Events Led to Last Year’s Austin Incursion

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) concluded that a near-collision between a Southwest Boeing 737-700 and a FedEx Boeing 767-300 at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport last year stemmed from a combination of factors, including limitations in air traffic control technology and…

NTSB: Interruptions, Multitasking Cause of JFK Near Collision

Interruptions and multitasking resulted in distractions that caused a Boeing 777 crew to cross a runway and nearly collide with a Boeing 737 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York last year, according to the National Transportation…

American Returns Last COVID-Grounded 737 to Service

American returned its last Boeing 737-800 grounded as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to revenue service last week. Registered as N920AN, the nearly 25-year-old aircraft had been in storage for more than four years. In 2020, the Fort Worth-based…