Airways Weekly Briefing: Feb 14-20, 2022
Here's the rundown of the most viewed articles our readers enjoyed this week, including updates on the Ukraine crisis' impact on aviation, a wage raise by Delta Air Lines, 50 years of Frankfurt Airport's T1, and this week's top history posts.
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Top Stories: Feb 14-20, 2022
Silk Way West Airlines (7L) has repossessed and transferred two Boeing 747-400 (FSCD) formerly operated by Sky Gates Airlines (U3).
Putin Signs Bill: Leased Aircraft Belong to Russian Airlines — airwaysmag.com Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law allowing foreign planes leased by Russian airlines to be registered as the airlines' property.
New Caribbean Airline Arajet Orders 20 Boeing 737 MAX — airwaysmag.com Boeing and Arajet (DM) have announced that the new Caribbean airline has placed an order for 20 Boeing 737-8-200 aircraft.
Bermuda Withdraws Russian Aircraft Airworthiness Certification — airwaysmag.com The Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) announced the suspension of its airworthiness certifications for airplanes operated in Russia.
SkyWest Airlines Faces DoT Refusal for EAS Routes Cancellations — airwaysmag.com Earlier this week, the US DoT gave SkyWest Airlines a holding order concerning the 29 routes the airline wanted to stop serving.
Frankfurt Airport (FRA) inaugurated a new era on March 14, 1972, with the opening of Terminal 1, one of Europe's most advanced facilities of its kind.
Comair resumed operations after South Africa's civil aviation authority restored its air operator certificate (AOC).
This Week in Aviation History
Today in Aviation: First Flight of the Boeing 747-8I — airwaysmag.com Today in Aviation, the Boeing 747-8I (Intercontinental) passenger wide-body airliner performed its maiden flight in 2011.
Today in Aviation, American Airlines (AA) maiden Convair CV-990 Astrojet entered service between New York (JFK) and Chicago (ORD).
Today in Aviation: First Flight of the Convair CV-240 — airwaysmag.com Today in Aviation, the Convair CV-240, the first pressurized, twin-engined airliner, took to the skies for the first time in 1947.
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SkyWest Airlines to stop serving 29 US regional airports | Airways Magazine — airwaysmag.com SkyWest Airlines (OO) recently notified the US Department of Transportation (DoT) of its intention to stop serving 29 regional airports.