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A Man With 40k of Airline Memorabilia, in His NYC Apartment

A Man With 40k of Airline Memorabilia, in His NYC Apartment

| September 16, 2014 | 1 Comment

Marvin G. Goldman has accomplished much in his life so far. In addition to a 43-year career as an international attorney, he’ll be married 50 years this month and is the father of three kids. He’s perhaps best known for holding the world’s largest collection of El Al Airlines memorabilia, with an estimated 40,000 pieces […]

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United Airlines offers flight attendants $100,000 in voluntary buyout

United Airlines offers flight attendants $100,000 in voluntary buyout

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

United Airlines and union officials said Monday that eligible flight attendants will be paid up to $100,000 to leave the company through a voluntary buyout, in a deal that aims to end furloughs at the over-staffed airline. The agreement comes six years after United, which employs more than 23,000 stewards, retired a number of its […]

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Virgin America is a Twitter Crowd Favorite.  United, not so much….

Virgin America is a Twitter Crowd Favorite. United, not so much….

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Twitter and Facebook have become a favorite repository for complaints against the travel industry. It’s a medium that fits the feedback well: travelers get to vent about their negative experience, perhaps believing that their “influence” will be revered by the airline or hotel, and in some cases the travel provider is able to troubleshoot an […]

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Plane Spotting: Air Canada Rouge 767-300s and A319s landing in Toronto Pearson (YYZ) [VIDEO]

Plane Spotting: Air Canada Rouge 767-300s and A319s landing in Toronto Pearson (YYZ) [VIDEO]

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Every day, Airnation.net posts a cool plane spotting video for airliners. Check out all of our plane spotting videos. Want to submit your plane spotting video for consideration for Video of the Day? Message us HERE. This video shows four videos of Air Canada’s subsidiary airline, Rouge. Three of them are 767-300s and one is […]

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Planes potting Chicago O’Hare International Airport [VIDEO]

Planes potting Chicago O’Hare International Airport [VIDEO]

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Every day, Airnation.net posts a cool plane spotting video for airliners. Check out all of our plane spotting videos. Want to submit your plane spotting video for consideration for Video of the Day? Message us HERE. Airlines featured: Eva Air Cargo, Air India, All Nippon Airlines, Japan Airlines, Polar Air Cargo, Asiana Airlines. Korean Air, […]

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Ethiopian Airlines chooses Boeing B737 MAX as its Future Regional Jet Fleet

Ethiopian Airlines chooses Boeing B737 MAX as its Future Regional Jet Fleet

| September 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

After a thorough evaluation on rival narrow-body aircraft for the past several months the Ethiopian Airlines has chosen the single aisle Boeing 737 Max aircraft as its future regional jet fleet. Early this year the management of Ethiopian put up a request inviting companies to present their proposals for the supply of narrow-body aircraft. Six […]

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The Latest Airplanes From Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier

The Latest Airplanes From Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier

| September 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

With the airline industry posting big profits, there’s big money to be made in commercial aerospace manufacturing. As Boeing , Airbus Group , and Bombardier try to grab as many orders as possible, their new aircraft are bringing key new features to airlines worldwide. Boeing 737 MAX Unlike most other highly followed new aircraft, the […]

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Airbus’ Beluga: Now 20 years “young”

Airbus’ Beluga: Now 20 years “young”

| September 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Twenty years to the day since its maiden flight, the Beluga cargo aircraft continues to play an invaluable role in keeping the Airbus’ production and assembly net full output. As the company ramps up production to meet a record order backlog, the Beluga’s airlifter fls its oveeet’s importance – as well arallwork working at pace […]

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Malaysia Airlines Turns Back Due to Autopilot Defect

Malaysia Airlines Turns Back Due to Autopilot Defect

| September 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

A Malaysia Airlines flight bound for India was forced to turn back due to an autopilot defect, the beleaguered airline said Sunday. The airline stressed that the auto-pilot defect “did not have any impact” on the safety of the plane or its passengers, calling the move to turn back a “precautionary measure.” Malaysia Airlines rejected […]

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Air France bracing for worst strike in 16 years as pilots walk out

Air France bracing for worst strike in 16 years as pilots walk out

| September 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Air France said it’s bracing for the most disruptive strike since 1998 today as pilots walk out over management plans to expand low-cost operations using flight crew paid less than at the mainline carrier. The French arm of Air France-KLM Group, Europe’s biggest airline, expects to cancel 52 percent of services on the first day […]

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