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A Class Act: Flying on BA’s A350

British Airways began operations with its Airbus A350-1000 in...

New Scheme for SAS

Artwork showing the new SAS livery on an Airbus A350. SAS ...

Fiji’s First A350

Fiji Airways’ first A350 is towed from the paint shop to have...

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Viewing Area Guide: Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport receives a rich variety of passenger, cargo,...

Collings Foundation B-17 Crashes

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress N93012 Nine-O-Nine belonging to...

Loganair Takes Over Derry Route

Glasgow-based Loganair has been contracted to provide daily flights...

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’Experience’ The Dams Raid

Ian Bott ‘steps aboard’ Guy Gibson’s Lancaster for a visceral...

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Thomas Cook Collapses

Martin Needham

AFTER MONTHS of uncertainty and numerous attempts to secure funding or sell parts of the company, Thomas Cook Group entered compulsory liquidation on September 23.

Martin Needham

Lufthansa to Ottawa

Gordon Smith

German flag carrier Lufthansa has announced it will fly direct to Ottawa for the first time next year, picking up the seasonal route from Star Alliance partner Air Canada.

Gordon Smith
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I, R-Robot

Bernie Baldwin

Robotics in engine maintenance is a developing discipline. Bernie Baldwin reports on a research team that has already come up with scores of innovative solutions, with many more in the pipeline.

Bernie Baldwin