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Avelo announces East Coast expansion plans

Just one week after beginning operations in California, the new carrier laid out its strategy for growth on the other side of the country

America's newest airline makes first flight - and we were on it!

It’s not very often that an airline launches, especially during a pandemic. But the US has gained its first new mainline carrier in 15 years and Key.Aero was onboard to experience its very first flight

How anti-drug inspections led to 737 depressurisation and diversion

While all oxygen masks deployed, two rows of passengers damaged the devices and had to be moved to different seats during the emergency

Argentina acquires second-hand 737-700

A 17-year-old, second-hand Boeing 737-700 Next Generation is set to join the transport fleet of the Argentine Air Force

You’ll never guess the simple mistake that caused underpowered TUI 737 take-off

A case of ‘Miss' identification which caused a ‘serious incident’ at Birmingham Airport last year

How a Singapore A380 caused conflicts after missed approach

The giant aircraft caused quite a commotion while trying to land in Sydney last year

Qantas launches ‘mystery flights’ to combat ‘border blues’

As the country’s vaccine rollout continues at pace, the airline is offering a trio of exclusive travel experiences in the meantime

USAF aims to complete C-40 upgrade this spring

The USAF has released more details about the ongoing modification of its Boeing C-40B/C Clipper VIP transport fleet and has confirmed that the effort is due for completion this May

The tech that can turn any 737 into an oil spill response aircraft

Within three hours, the popular narrowbody can be transformed from its day-to-day role of carrying cargo. Key.Aero speaks with the company behind this revolutionary kit to find out how it works

EASA green-lights Boeing 737 MAX return

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has today (January 27), given its seal of approval to the Boeing 737 MAX, ending a nearly two-year grounding period by allowing the jet to return to the skies in the region.