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Boeing to Open First 737 MAX Production Line in Everett

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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON — Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Stan Deal revealed in an email to staff on 30 January that the company will expand its 737 MAX output by opening a new production line at the Everett facility in 2024, as demand soars for the American aircraft manufacturer's best-selling jet. (www.airlinerwatch.com) More...

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Atlas Air To Fly Special "747" Flight Plan on Final Boeing 747 [N863GT] Delivery Flight

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Before leaving Washington State airspace, GTI747's flight plan to KCVG shows it will form the figure of a 747-embossed royal crown over southeast Washington. Aircraft is set to depart KPAE today around 8a PT. See GTI747 on FlightAware. (aviationsourcenews.com) More...

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Google Project Loon Still Flying Balloons

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Caught two Google Project Loon balloons taking off near Santa Fe NM and are still in the sky HBAL616, HBAL617. Although the loon project was reportedly cancelled last January, the Balloons are still being flown. Hmm. (flightaware.com) More...

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Boeing says farewell to 'Queen of the Skies' with last 747 delivery

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More than half a century since the original jumbo jet ushered in a glamorous new jet age, helping bringing affordable air travel to millions of passengers, the last-ever Boeing 747 was scheduled to be delivered on Tuesday, marking the start of the final chapter for the much-loved airplane. (www.cnn.com) More...

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When This Pilot Quit Her Job, Her Employer Billed Her $20,000

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Kate Fredericks quit her job flying for the cargo airline Ameriflight in late November 2021, six and a half months into her stint as a pilot based out of Puerto Rico. It was the most expensive resignation she could imagine. (www.huffpost.com) More...

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IATA Director Debunks Hopes for Single-Pilot Flights: "Not Likely to Happen Soon"

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MONTREAL, CANADA — Willie Walsh, the Director General of the current International Air Transport Association (IATA) and former head of International Airlines Group (IAG), said the discussion surrounding single-pilot operations in commercial aviation would continue for several years, with no guarantee that it will be embraced by airlines. (www.airlinerwatch.com) More...

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Airlines cancel thousands of flights as Texas ice storm threatens worsening conditions

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Airlines canceled another 1,800 U.S. flights on Wednesday as a severe winter storm coated roads in ice and knocked out power in parts of Texas, as federal forecasters warned of worsening conditions. More than 1,200 flights to and from American Airlines hub at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport were canceled, about 70% of the airport’s schedule, according to flight tracker FlightAware. (www.cnbc.com) More...

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WestJet Has Suspended Transatlantic Flights From Halifax, Vancouver, & Toronto

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WestJet is struggling with capacity constraints and staff shortages this summer. (simpleflying.com) More...

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