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Workers at Ellington Field are busy taking apart a giant Boeing 747. The jumbo jet used to carry space shuttles is headed for Space Center Houston.
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Lufthansa, Germany's largest airline, unveiled its new premium economy class on Wednesday, part of a 3 billion euro investment in seats to catch up with fast-growing rivals from the Middle East.
With all the talk about economic sanctions potentially taken against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, just what does Washington state have at stake? Russia is Washington's 14th largest trading partner, having done a $1,523,734,041 worth of business with Washington in 2013.
Just 11 days after the world's largest airborne observatory reached full operations, US President Barack Obama has proposed grounding it.
For most of its working life it was more often seen thousands of feet in the air, jetting passengers off to far-flung and exotic destinations.
The Columbus Regional Airport Authority and Cathay Pacific Airways say the service to Rickenbacker International Airport in Columbus airport will begin March 21. Cathay Pacific says Rickenbacker will be the airline's 12th freighter destination in North America.
WAM In 2013, Etihad Airways also made important investments in its long term business infrastructure, diversifying its activities to ensure greater control over its own service standards and delivery.
An airship-type vehicle billed by its makers as the world's longest aircraft currently in operation was unveiled in Britain on Friday.
Well, not THAT Led Zeppelin , of course - but the world's newly unveiled longest aircraft certainly bears more than a passing resemblance to the hydrogen-filled airships of old, and counts Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson among its primary champions and private investors - as well as test pilot.
Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce announces a first-half loss of $235-million Australian during a press conference in Sydney, Feb. 27, 2014.
Anyone who's flown can attest to atmospheric turbulence. My worst was one late December in the North Pacific, some 400 miles south of the Aleutians.
From his tiny front porch, Tim Owens sat a man broken -- his life in pieces. Thieves had ripped off his wheelchair ramp and with it, his link to a life of volunteerism and independence.
Despite trying to ramp its build rate for the 787 Dreamliner, Boeing will be cutting between 550 and 600 jobs over the next two months at its facility in San Antonio, Texas, according to a Boeing spokesperson, local media is reporting.
Two Qantas Airways Ltd. jumbo jetliners made contact with their wing tips at Los Angeles airport, disrupting services and capping a week of negative news for the carrier seeking a profit turnaround.