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Airways NOTAM Jan 23-29
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.
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Delta Air Lines Firms up Salt Lake City Expansion
This week, Delta Air Lines renewed its commitment to Salt Lake City International Airport by signing a new lease agreement. Read more…
Auckland Airport Closed due to Major Flooding
Following heavy rain on Friday night, Auckland International Airport was closed due to flooding at the facilities. Read more…
Delta Air Lines Chooses Airbus Services for A350 Cabin Retrofit
Delta Air Lines selected Airbus Services because of its distinctive OEM knowledge. Read more…
The US Airline Industry: an Atypical Oligopoly
The Deregulation Act of 1978 can be seen as the turning point that led to the US airline industry becoming an atypical oligopoly. Read more…
1/29/1966: The Official Opening of Auckland Airport
Auckland Airport, the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand, opened its doors in 1966. Read more…
Top 3 Airlines of India According to Passengers Flown
Here is the list of the top three Indian domestic carriers in terms of passengers flown during 2022. Read more…
Check out this runway axis shot by Airways photographer Julian Shöpfer of a Silkway West Airlines Boeing 747-400F (4K-BCR) at Frankfurt Hahn Airport (HHN) during landing while operating Flight 7L233 from Stuttgart (STR).
The year was 1961, and Trans Caribbean Airways was about to take delivery of its first Douglas DC-8-51. Read all about the aircraft in the latest issue of Airways Magazine.
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