Airways NOTAM Feb 27-Mar 5
Your weekly review of commercial flight
Welcome to this week’s Airways NOTAM, with the top three news stories of the last seven days, an opinion piece, this week in history, an analysis, and multimedia content.
Choose the story that interests you the most and read on!
Lufthansa's Two-Hour Boeing 747 Route Is Back
Here's your chance to fly Lufthansa's Queen Frankfurt-Palma de Mallorca route. Read more…
Two Boeing 787s to Be Scrapped for Spare Parts
It is the first time that two 10-year-old Boeing 787 Dreamliners will be dismantled and scrapped simultaneously for spare parts. Read more…
Flying 5th Freedom on Singapore Airlines' Business Class
What is it like to fly in Business Class on the shortest Singapore Airlines A350 flight from Barcelona to Milan? Read more…
JFK Redevelopment: An Inside Look with Nick Hutchinson of Arcadis
New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport is currently under the sway of the JFK Vision Plan, a massive redevelopment project. Read more…
2/03/2012: Continental, United Airlines Merger Completed
Continental Airlines (CO) was finally merged into United Airlines (UA) in 2012. Read more…
Oldest Airlines Still in Operation Part 1
These are the oldest airlines, founded before WWII, that are still in operation today. Read more…
We explore the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Australia, known for its emergency services in remote regions. The outback's vastness can mean that help is hours away, but these heroes provide first aid using planes and helicopters to reach those in need.
A brand-new Boeing 747 departed Paine Field in the early morning hours of February 1, 2023, for the last time after a 50-year run. The airliner left PAE for Cincinnati (CVG), bound for a service life with Atlas Air. Get the latest issue of Airways Magazine.