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iFly Airlines Becomes an All-Airbus Operator

iFly Airlines retired its last Boeing aircraft to become an all-Airbus airline in 2019. The Russian-based leisure airline based in Moscow now only operates Airbus A319s and A330s. iFly’s last Boeing aircraft, a Boeing 757-200 jet flew its last flight from Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport, the airline’s home airport, to Kemble Airport in England on Dec. 20, 2018. According to FlightRadar24, the aircraft's last revenue flight was from Bari (Italy) to Moscow's Vnukovo. The aircraft’s lease contract expired and it has…

The World’s First 747-400 To Fly Last Revenue Flight, Leaving…

Tomorrow we say goodbye to a very famous aircraft; N661US will be flying its last revenue flight later this evening as Delta 836 departing Honolulu and arriving back in Atlanta early tomorrow morning. The 27 year old bird will not be scrapped, instead it is moving across the street from…