Boeing Celebrates The 8,000th 737

A 737 rockets into the sky - . Photo: Bill Mallinson – OPShots Contributor

As Boeing prepares to increase the production rate of “the best-selling jet airliner in the history of aviation” to 42 airplanes-a-month, employees in the program recently took a short break from building the planes to celebrate their latest successes. The 8,000th 737 took to the skies on April 9, 2014, on the 47th anniversary of …

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Frontier Airlines Adds Six New Cities from Cleveland – Frontier Airlines Newsroom

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Frontier Airlines Adds Nonstop Service from Cleveland to Six New Cities, this is exciting news indeed! Maybe Cleveland is the MidWest hub Frontier needs and wants! Fly to Atlanta, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Phoenix, Raleigh-Durham, and Tampa with amazing fares at FlyFrontier.com DENVER (March 11, 2014) – Frontier Airlines today announced it will add six …

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Biman Bangledesh retires the DC-10 in favor of the 777 | Airchive

Biman Bangladesh B777-3E9(ER) S2-AHM taxis a few days prior to delivery as part of Biman Bangladesh's fleet modernization.  Photo: Andre Nordheim – OPShots Contributor

  BIRMINGHAM UK, February 20 Airchive – The final scheduled commercial DC-10 flight landed on Thursday February 20th, 2014, ending a forty plus year run of scheduled passenger service around the world. The first scheduled DC-10 flight took place on August 5, 1971, on an American Airlines round trip between Los Angeles and Chicago. The …

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End of an era as Qantas retires the 737 classic | Australian Aviation Magazine

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Qantas has operated its last 737-400 revenue flight, marking the end of scheduled Boeing 737-300/-400 ‘classic’ passenger services in Australia. Qantas 737-476 VH-TJS Jabiru operated the final service, QF819 from Canberra to Melbourne, on Sunday afternoon, the 48 minute flight departing at 17:23 and touching down 48 minutes later at 18:11. An Airservices ARFF monitor …

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