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Airways Weekly Newsletter - Jan 17-23, 2022
Welcome back! Here's the rundown of the most viewed articles our readers enjoyed during the week, including the continuing spat between Qatar Airways and Airbus, the 5G debacle in the US, and this week's most memorable aviation history events.
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Top Stories: Jan 17-23, 2022
Airbus terminated a contract it had with Qatar Airways (QR) for 50 A321neo aircraft that the airline was to deploy to establish new routes.
Singapore Airlines to Resume World’s Second-longest Flight — airwaysmag.com Beginning in March, Singapore Airlines (SQ) will resume the world's second-longest flight between Singapore (SIN) and Newark (EWR).
Air India, ANA, Emirates, and JAL suspended flights to some US destinations, citing 5G concerns.
Qatar Airways (QR) released a video that shows in great detail the extent of the paint damage experienced on 21 of its A350 aircraft.
Breeze Airways (MX) announced that its Airbus A220-300s will begin operations on May 4, 2022, serving 14 cities.
Northern Pacific Airways unveiled its livery. The airline's CEO shared his vision and showcased the new airline's potential.
In reaction to Beijing's draconian COVID-19 rules, the US announced the suspension of 44 Chinese passenger flights from the US to China.
The Week in Aviation History
The Airbus A330-300 was introduced into service with launch customer Air Inter (IT) in 1994.
US carrier Eastern Air Lines (EA), better known as Eastern, ended operations in 1991 after 65 years of operations.
The prototype Airbus A380 Superjumbo was unveiled to the world at an elaborate ceremony in Toulouse, France in 2005.
Air France (AF) and British Airways (BA) concurrently put Concorde into commercial service in 1976.