Airways NOTAM Oct 16-22
Your weekly review of commercial flight
NEWS │ OPINION │ THIS WEEK │ ANALYSIS │ MEDIA
German Law Blocks Emirates' Future Flights to Berlin
Emirates' intent to launch a Dubai-Berlin service is still being hindered by a 1994 Germany-UAE Air Service Agreement. Read more…
Alaska Airlines to Launch Its Longest Route Yet
Alaska Airlines launches a daily seasonal flight to JFK from Anchorage, its longest flight yet, with all-new Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft. Read more…
Air France to End Paris-Orly Flights
French flag carrier Air France has announced that it will stop offering its own flights out of Paris-Orly Airport by summer 2026. Read more…
Becoming a Commercial Aviation Historian
Airways speaks with Shea Oakley about his career as a commercial aviation historian and the importance of the field. Read more…
This Week in History
10/18/1979: McDonnell Douglas MD-80 Maiden Flight
This week, the McDonnell Douglas MD-80 "Mad Dog" made its maiden flight in Long Beach, California, in 1979. Read more…
Global Airline Recovery in September 2023
In the ever-changing landscape of the aviation industry, September 2023 brought a mix of challenges and triumphs for airlines worldwide. Read more…
November Issue Out Now!
Finnair is one of the world’s oldest operating airlines. Since it was founded in 1923, the company has grown from a small airline to a major player in the oneworld global travel alliance. Read about the airline’s legacy in the November 2023 issue of Airways.
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