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New Vs Old: Comparing The Boeing 707 To The 787 Dreamliner

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Boeing’s four-engine 707 was the US manufacturer’s first-ever jetliner, entering service with Pan Am in October 1958. In the more than 62 years that have followed this introduction, Boeing has become a key player in commercial aviation. Today, it represents one half of the industry-dominating Airbus-Boeing manufacturing duopoly. (simpleflying.com) More...

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Kam Air All-women-crewed Flight Sets Precedent for Afghan Gender Equality

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Kam Air (RQ) has just set a milestone for Afghan Gender Equality on Wednesday with an all-women-crewed flight. (airwaysmag.com) More...

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Airline Stocks Are Soaring, But There’s Still a Long Way Back

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Bloomberg's World Airlines Index climbed 15% in February. Gains are largely driven by low-cost carriers. Index is now 17% below its 2020 peak in January prior to the Covid-19 outbreak. Based on bookings, leisure travel seems likely to rebound in coming months. But some analysts remain bearish about any recovery, citing concerns about global vaccine take-up and slower return to normal demand for business travel and intercontinental flights. (www.bloomberg.com) More...

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Australia Lifts Ban On Boeing 737 MAX, Among First in Asia-Pacific

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Australia said on Friday it would lift a near two-year ban on flights involving Boeing Co 737 MAX planes, becoming among the first in the Asia-Pacific region to do so. (mobile-reuters-com.cdn.ampproject.org) More...

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Qatar Airways ‘Invites Former Pilots to Rejoin’

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Qatar Airways has reportedly asked some pilots it made redundant during the pandemic to apply to rejoin the airline as it looks to recover. (www.travelweekly.co.uk) More...

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