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Airways Weekly Briefing: June 25-31, 2022
Here's the rundown of the most viewed articles our readers enjoyed this week, including COMAC C919 news; Delta Air Lines' new international nonstops; Boeing 787 Dreamliner delivery update; and this week's top AV history post.
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Awaiting certification: Chinese aircraft manufacturer COMAC concluded all flight tests of its narrow-body C919.
Delta Air Lines (DL) announced two never-before-operated, nonstop routes from Atlanta to Cape Town and Los Angeles to Tahiti.
Will Boeing 787 Dreamliner deliveries resume sooner rather than later? Maybe so, as per the FAA's communication with the company.
This is How Russia Wants to Save Its Aviation Sector — airwaysmag.com As western sanctions have siloed Russian aviation, the Kremlin is preparing an air offensive on two fronts.
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Lufthansa (LH) switched off on Wednesday, with nearly all its flights from Frankfurt (FRA) and Munich (MUC) canceled.
Impact of Capacity Cuts at Amsterdam Schiphol for KLM — airwaysmag.com In light of an upcoming capacity cut at Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS), KLM (KL) has expressed frustration and, more surprisingly, bewilderment.
These are the 10 oldest airports in the world still in operation, the majority of which are located in Europe and the US.
Ethiopian Airlines Orders Africa’s First A350-1000 — airwaysmag.com Ethiopian Airlines (ET) will become Africa's first operator of the Airbus A350-1000, the largest model of the A350 Family.
The Airbus Super-Transporter BelugaST cargo aircraft made its first landing in Fortaleza, Brazil.
This Week in Aviation History
This is the story of the maiden flight of de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1, the world's first commercial jet airliner.
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While blue conjures images of sky and sea, it’s also the color of La Compagnie, an all-business airline that bets its future on the economics of the Airbus A321LR.