Airways Weekly Briefing: June 4-10, 2022
Here's the rundown of the most viewed articles our readers enjoyed this week, including the story of the BAe Advanced Turbo Prop; Boeing 737-10 certification hurdles; SAS' Chapter 11 filing; and this week's top AV history post.
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Top 10 Stories of the Week
Despite being billed as the "Advanced Turbo Prop," the BAe ATP was the wrong aircraft at the wrong time.
Understated Elegance: Inside Etihad’s New Airbus A350-1000 (+Photos) — airwaysmag.com Take a look at how Etihad Airways (EY) is implementing its latest inflight products into the Airbus A350-1000 experience.
Boeing CEO Says 737-10 MAX Production Risks Cancelation — airwaysmag.com The 737-10, the largest member of Boeing's best-selling single-aisle jet MAX family, has until December to obtain approval.
British Airways A320 Catches Fire at Copenhagen Airport — airwaysmag.com Firefighters were able to hose down the British Airways (BA) jet. All passengers and crew got off the Airbus A320 without injury.
Boeing to Fly the 737-10, 777X Aircraft at Farnborough — airwaysmag.com Joining the Boeing 777-9 in the daily flying and static exhibition will be the 737-10, which will be making its debut at FIA22.
SAS Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the United States — airwaysmag.com The airline said it filed this document in order to "accelerate SAS’ transformation by implementing key elements of its SAS FORWARD plan."
This Week in Aviation History
7/04/1976: A Look into the ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ — airwaysmag.com In 1976, Braniff International Airways (BN) launched Alexander Calder’s ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ depicted on a Boeing 727-200.
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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.