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Airways Weekly Briefing: August 15-21, 2022
Here's the rundown of the most viewed articles our readers enjoyed this week, including Boeing's supersonic dreams; American Airlines' supersonic plans; and this week's top AV history post.
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Boeing has toyed with the idea of a supersonic airliner since the 1960s.
FAA Says Delta Air Lines Can Reduce Flight Schedule — airwaysmag.com The FAA gave Delta Air Lines (DL) permission to temporarily cut some flights at three Northeast airports. What's the catch?
For the first time in the history of American Airlines (AA), all of the flight crew were black women.
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American Airlines Cancels 31,000 Flights in November — airwaysmag.com 'Tis better not to fly at all than to try to fly and then cancel. That’s the mantra coming from American Airlines (AA).
American Airlines (AA) is to purchase up to 60 Boom Supersonic Overture airplanes.
Air New Zealand Mulls Leasing Aircraft to Bolster Operations — airwaysmag.com With the return of travel demand, Air New Zealand (NZ) is considering options to bolster its operations.
Ryanair (FR) announced that it is adding 500 flights from Stansted Airport (STN).
This Week in Aviation History
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Followed by a chase aircraft supporting the flight test crew, the first A321XLR made its maiden flight from Airbus Airport, Hamburg Finkenwerder.