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Less than two months after the start of structural assembly of the rear & centre fuselages in Germany, Airbus teams are taking another significant production step with the structural assembly and system equipment of the nose and front fuselages at its Saint-Nazaire facility in Western France.
The production line closed with no orders remaining and a very, very uncertain future. But could the CRJ550 be the boost needed to bring new CRJs back to life?
Built at the dawn of the Jet Age, New Orleans International Airport's South Terminal welcomed passengers for more than 60 years before closing in 2019. CNN Travel took a look inside the forgotten building.
Last month news broke that commuter carrier Ravn Alaska plans a major shift to add long-haul operations via its Anchorage hub. Now it is clear that the company is serious about that play. It registered a trio of new trade names with the Department of Transportation to operate the new services.
Virgin Galactic launched founder Richard Branson along with three other crew members on the company's fourth spaceflight test to date.
But is this really the beginning of space flight accessible to the masses? Or just billionaires burning cash for fun??
More than a month after the Ryanair hijacking/diversion the US Department of Transportation proposed banning the sale of flights between the US and Belarus. Last week, following no objections being filed, that ban took effect.