Airways NOTAM Jan 30-Feb 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!
First Boeing 777F Modified with AeroSHARK Enters Service
The world's first cargo aircraft modified with the AeroSHARK surface technology begins scheduled service. Read more…
Japan Airlines Teases A350-1000 Introduction
Teasing an "unprecedented" new onboard product, Japan Airlines (JL) has unveiled the first route for its new flagship long-haul aircraft. Read more…
The Jumbo Era Ends: Boeing Delivers Last 747 to Atlas Air
Thousands gathered in Everett, Washington, to celebrate the final delivery of the iconic Boeing 747. Read more…
The US Commercial Aviation's Outdated Technology
How frequently are new software systems developed to replace old ones in the US aviation industry? Read more…
2/01/1964: Boeing 727 Enters Service With Eastern Air Lines
The American-built, three-engine Boeing 727 entered service with launch customer Eastern Air Lines in 1964. Read more…
El Al's Anti-Missile Defense System
Airways takes a deep dive into El Al Israeli Airlines' aircraft anti-missile system. Read more…
In today's video, we examine London Heathrow (LHR), the world's busiest two-runway airport. From its origins to the present day, we will go through the options for expanding civil aviation in the UK.
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.
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