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    BREAKING: Power Outage At Atlanta-Hartsfield Shuts Down the World’s Busiest Airport

    The power is out at the busiest airport in the world, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). The outage has completely shut down the airport. Thousands of passengers are stranded and more than 450 Delta flights are cancelled. ATL is Delta’s main hub. In fact, a ground stop is in effect which means no planes can […] More

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    The Queen Continues To Fly West: Delta’s Final Regularly Scheduled 747 Service Ends This Week

    On Tuesday, Delta Airlines is saying goodbye to the Queen of the Skies as the 747-400 returns from Seoul Incheon to Detroit. It will be the final passenger flight on a regularly scheduled route that Delta will ever operate with a 747. Once Delta’s farewell flights are complete later this month, the 747 passenger planes […] More

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    United Airlines Tulip Logo, Gone But Not Forgotten

    Logos are important for building brand awareness for all companies. Just think of McDonald’s golden arches or Wendy’s red hair and pigtails. Logos help consumers identify their favorite restaurants, sports teams and clothing. But logos are especially valuable to the airline industry because they appear everywhere throughout the places where airlines do business. Commercial airlines […] More

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    Amedeo’s All A380 Airline–Solid idea or Pipe Dream?

    The future of the double-decker A380 superjumbo jet was thrown into question last week when a huge order cancellation from Emirates put a gaping hole in Airbus’ future order book.  Now comes additional bad news for the A380.  A380s are being returned to lessors who have no customers for the used jets.  So leasing company […] More

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    Here Are Six Reasons Why The C-Series Could Be The Next Big Thing In Commercial Aviation

    After getting off to a rocky start, Bombardier’s C-Series jets are uniquely positioned to become the next big thing in aviation. That is, if they do not incite an international trade war first. Last spring, Boeing accused plane maker Bombardier of receiving financial backing from the government of Canada that helped it maintain the struggling […] More

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    The Airbus A380 Program Is Dying A Slow, Painful Death

    The much anticipated deal between Emirates Airlines and Airbus fell apart last week. Emirates was supposed to have ordered additional A380 jumbo jets.  The deal, supposedly solidified only with a handshake, had been planned as a highlight for the Dubai Air Show. With a wink and a promise, the expectation was that Emirates would order […] More

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