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Airways Weekly Briefing: August 8-14, 2022
Here's the rundown of the most viewed articles our readers enjoyed this week, including Emirates' A380 needs; the world record for the fastest circumnavigation by scheduled flights; and this week's top AV history post.
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Top 10 Stories of the Week
Umit Sabanci broke the world record for the fastest circumnavigation by scheduled flights in less than 48 hours.
Frontier Begins Service from LAS to Four New Destinations — airwaysmag.com Despite losing out to JetBlue (B6) in the fight to acquire Spirit (NK), ultra-low-fare airline Frontier Airlines (F9) is still expanding.
The Commercial Implications of the Virgin Australia Ruling — airwaysmag.com The impact of the last two years has left a mark on the aviation sector. A recent High Court of Australia decision is a prime example.
It's pretty common for airlines to stop flying to some destinations and open new routes. This is how they do it.
PILOTS N PAWS: Saving Animals One Flight at a Time — airwaysmag.com Pilots N Paws is an organization dedicated to saving animals by flying them across the US to no-kill shelters or new homes. This is their story.
After a lengthy 15 months, American Airlines (AA) received its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.
The passenger enhancements by Emirates (EK) will include cabin interiors and inflight service.
This Week in Aviation History
Boeing has toyed with the idea of a supersonic airliner since the 1960s, but its plans remain on the drawing board.
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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.