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Maiden A350 delivery tomorrow

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Airbus and Qatar Airways are set to open a new chapter in commercial aviation together with the official delivery of the world’s first customer A350-900 aircraft, on 22 December 2014 in Toulouse, France. (www.aviationanalysis.net) More...

The Amazing Images Of This USAF Aerial Refueling Boom Operator

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America's cadre of KC-135 and KC-10 'Booms,' the guys and gals that refuel allied military aircraft while hurtling through the atmosphere, are a proud and talented bunch, and one of them is just as skilled behind a camera as behind an aerial refueling boom. (foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com) More...

Pilots have organized a ferocious, at times threatening, response to Quartz’s story about Instagrams in the sky

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Quartz’s investigation of commercial airline pilots taking photos and videos of their flights provoked a furious response from the aviation community. Hundreds of pilots and their fans have been harassing the reporter who wrote the story with vitriolic comments and, at times, threats of violence. (qz.com) More...

Airbus delivers first ever A350 XWB to Qatar Airways

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Airbus has delivered the first A350 XWB, the world’s latest generation widebody airliner, to launch customer Qatar Airways. The A350 XWB redefines the way people fly for the coming decades and opens up a new era in comfortable, efficient long-haul air travel when it enters service with Qatar Airways, renowned for leading the industry to new heights in service excellence. (www.airbus.com) More...

Qantas passengers forced to sleep the night at airport in Japan

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Another slip up for maintenance problems for the flying Kangaroo this time passengers were forced to sleep on the floor at Tokyo's Narita airport after there QFA B744 had issues leaving passengers stranded. Not only that happened but a curfew was in place which delayed things further. The CEO of Qantas Allan Joyce was contacted but no where to be found after a $3 million profit. you can see why. The B744 did depart eventually to YSSY.… (www.9news.com.au) More...