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Airways NOTAM Feb 6-12
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!
Europe Rejects Proposal to Fly With Just One Pilot
This week, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency rejected a proposal to develop single-pilot commercial flights by 2030. Read more…
Mitsubishi Scraps Troubled SpaceJet
After years of delays and spiraling costs, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) finally closed the lid on its SpaceJet program. Read more…
Airbus Announces Motor Partner for Hydrogen Engine
This week, Airbus chose its partner to create a motor for its hydrogen-powered engine. Read more…
CEO Interview: Air Serbia Grows as a Long-Haul Airline
In this interview with Jiri Marek, CEO of Air Serbia, nothing but optimism revolves around him and his team. Read more…
2/5/1946: TWA Operates its Maiden Transatlantic Flight
Transcontinental and Western Air, later Trans World Airlines (TWA), operated its maiden commercial transatlantic service in 1946. Read more…
Airways Top 10 Largest Passenger Aircraft
Airways ranks the top ten largest passenger planes still in service today. Read more…
Here’s a photo featuring the Goodyear blimp in the background of a 747 amid heavy traffic at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) due to Super Bowl LVII.
The so-called ‘Golden Hour’ is the perfect time to take epic shots and serves well to illuminate this United Boeing 787-10 landing in Paine Field. Get the latest issue of Airways Magazine.