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  1. Boeinga s KC-46 program resumes flight testsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | HeraldNet

    The first test plane in Boeing's KC-46 aerial refueling tanker program is back in the air. This screenshot from online flight tracking website Flightradar24.com shows the plane's flight path.

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  2. Here's what a pilot is thinking when an airliner loses all of its enginesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    ... after the ground crew miscalculated the amount needed for the trip. The pilots were able to glide the twin-engine Boeing 767-200 jet to safety at a retired Canadian military runway that had been turned into a In 2001, an Air Transat Airbus A330 ...

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  3. Miami Marlins Still Waiting for That Luxurious New Plane Jeffrey Loria PromisedRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Miami New Times

    ... road trips looked like they'd be more palatable this year. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria promised a retrofitted Boeing 767-200 pimped out with massage tables and couches for the team's travels. Fast-forward to this week, and the Fish are the ...

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  4. WestJet launches service to Bonnie ScotlandRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Digital Game Developer

    ... than ever before to travel overseas, whether for business or leisure. As we prepare to take delivery of our first Boeing 767-300ER aircraft in July, this overseas experience continues to position us to be a truly global carrier in the years to ...

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  5. 6 Outstanding International Business-Class ExperiencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Fodor's

    ... what they now call Premium Business Class, which incorporates the best of each class and is available on its Boeing 767-300 and Boeing 787-800/900 Dreamliner aircraft. The 787 is the most modern of the fleet and includes a lumbar massage feature, a ...

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  6. Boeing jets increasingly dominate Western Washington military basesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Journal

    Boeing aircraft are becoming more dominant at Western Washington's two major military airfields, pushing aside older aircraft once built by Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin . Several of these Boeing aircraft are military versions of Puget Sound-built commercial jets, while Boeing assembles others at its St. Louis fighter division.

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  7. Delta gets first 'maximum takeoff weight' Airbus A330Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | USA Today

    ... models. And Delta adds that it expects its new A330-300s to be 15%-25% more fuel efficient per seat than the Boeing 767-300s and 747-400s they will replace. As for the maximum-takeoff-weight A330, the incremental variant will likely be the last to ...

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  8. 4-month passenger throughput of Siberia Airlines decreased by 5.7%Read the original story

    Thursday | AK&M

    ... fleet consists of 40 aircraft: 20 Airbus A319 airliners, 17 A320 airliners, one A310 airplane and two long-haul Boeing 767-300 airliners. The company's branches and representative offices are operating in 37 cities of Russia, 13 cities of the CIS ...

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  9. Air Canada rouge upgrades biz classRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Examiner.com

    ... A319 aircraft, Air Canada rouge is also enhancing its in-flight entertainment system on all Airbus A319 and Boeing 767 aircraft. The streaming system, called player, is available free to customers who download the free app onto their own laptops or ...

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  10. Condor B763 at Frankfurt on May 21st 2015, rejected takeoff on ATC instructionRead the original story

    Wednesday May 27 | AVHerald

    Last Update: Wednesday, May 27th 2015 10:19Z 16773 Articles available Events from Jun 19th 1999 to May 26th 2015 Version 1.01 permits full offline reading, tracking of already read articles, introduces colour coding and fixes the app crashes encountered by a number of users. A Condor Boeing 767-300, registration D-ABUL performing flight DE-4062 from Frankfurt/Main to Halifax,NS with 219 passengers and 8 crew, was cleared for takeoff from runway 25C and was accelerating for takeoff.

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  11. Air Canada rouge A319s to receive Business Class and IFE upgradesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Check-in.aero

    ... ents, including Business Class seating offering the same or more space than equivalent seating on wide-body rouge Boeing 767 aircraft, provides customers with a market leading premium leisure product in North America."

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  12. Delta Files for New Non-Stop Service Between Orlando, Florida, and Sao Paulo, BrazilRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Travel Industry Wire

    ... commitment to the region and propels us toward meeting our goal." The proposed service would be operated using a Boeing 767-300 aircraft, with 35 seats in Delta One, 32 seats in Delta Comfort+ and 143 seats in the Main Cabin.

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  13. Air Astana opens training center for engineers in AlmatyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Air Transport World

    ... only five centers in the CIS to be certified by European aviation authorities. Air Astana operates a fleet of 30 Boeing 767-300ER, 757-200, Airbus A320 family aircraft and Embraer E-190 aircraft, which operate on 64 routes between 39 international ...

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  14. Air Canada to upgrade premium section on low-cost Rouge flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Globe and Mail

    ... gage bins on the A319 planes by installing new doors that will increase capacity by 30 per cent. Rouge also flies Boeing 767 planes, which will receive an enhanced flight entertainment system that will also be installed on the A319s.

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  15. Not your everyday brake shop: Nazareth-area firm services airline brandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | NJ.com

    MBD Wheel and Brake Repair Services, a subsidiary of Safran, established a wheel and brake repair facility at 181 Mikron Road in Lower Nazareth Township earlier this year. A French company that works in the aviation and defense industries has established a Nazareth -area facility that maintains and repairs landing gear for commercial airlines such as Boeing and Airbus.

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  16. Delta plans to fly to Brazil from OrlandoRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    ... would launch the route on Dec. 19 with four flights a week. If approved, Delta plans to operate the service with Boeing 767-300 aircraft that seat 35 in the carrier's "Delta One" business class cabin and 175 in economy cabin. The proposed route is ...

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  17. Delta Air Lines plans to fly to Brazil from OrlandoRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | USA Today

    ... would launch the route on Dec. 19 with four flights a week. If approved, Delta plans to operate the service with Boeing 767-300 aircraft that seat 35 in the carrier's "Delta One" business class cabin and 175 in economy cabin. The proposed route is ...

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  18. Black Hawk battalion remembers fallen friendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2003 | Stars and Stripes

    ... flying. He was a fixed-wing pilot before joining the Army to fly Black Hawks, and had spent some 30 hours in a Boeing 767 flight simulator. He spoke fluent Italian and served as his unit's translator. Just before his final flight, Smith and Gonzalez ...

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  19. Delta Files for New Non-Stop Service between Orlando and Sao PauloRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | Travel World News

    ... Ferri, Delta's vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean. The proposed service would be operated using a Boeing 767-300 aircraft, with 35 seats in Delta One, 32 seats in Delta Comfort+ and 143 seats in the Main Cabin.

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  20. Former Obama pilot: Pilots can fall asleep at critical timesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | New York Daily News

    Captain Andy talks with the Daily News about the undue fatigue and sleep deprivation he often endured during his nearly three-decade career as a flyer. Flying for my last airline prior to retirement, we used to fly from JFK to Guyana, in South America, and back - all in one duty period! We'd show up for work before midnight and were lucky if we were home by 4 p.m. We did it with an extra "relief" pilot on board, like somehow that was an adequate substitute for sleep.

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