Get up-to-speed on the aviation industry with the latest Airways NOTAM, featuring the top three news stories of the week, an insightful opinion piece, a look back at aviation history, an industry analysis, and engaging multimedia content.
FedEx Retires the First MD-11F Ever Built
This week, FedEx (FX) retired airframe N601FE, the first McDonnell Douglas MD-11F ever built. Read more…
Sudan: Boeing 727 Evacuating 300 Refugees Overshoots Runway
A Boeing 727-200F from Astral Aviation experienced a runway excursion at Juba Airport in South Sudan on April 28. Read more…
The Last Revenue CRJ200 Flight for Endeavor Air
On Sunday, April 30, Endeavor Air operated its last revenue CRJ200 flight. The type was the smallest aircraft in the airline's fleet for years. Read more…
Perspectives on Commercial Aviation Photography
Airways sits down with four commercial aviation photographers to discuss how they capture stunning images of airplanes in motion. Read more…
5/03/1976: Pan Am's Round-the-World Record-setting Flight
This week in 1976, Pan Am's Boeing 747SP-21 'Clipper Liberty Bell' completed a record-setting flight around the world. Read more…
Greenland's One and Only Gateway Airport
Greenland is one of those places that, even today, remains quite isolated in terms of air connectivity. Read more…
In this video, Airways provides a brief overview of the development of airline liveries, how airline liveries have evolved over time, from iconic to corporate, and what factors influence their decision-making process.
The new US$1.5bn terminal at Kansas City International Airport is now open for business, replacing the three-terminal structure that the airport has used since its opening more than 50 years ago. Read all about MCI in the June 2023 issue of Airways.
I would love to see N601FE at Nut Tree. That would be a good trick. I think it went to KVCV not KVCB.