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AA"s First Airbus A319 departs from Hamburg on its delivery flight. All of American"s A319s will be delivered with the new Sharklettes. Image Courtesy: American Airlines

Reported from Fort Worth by: Jack Harty, Senior Correspondent and re-printed with permission. The ’œNew American’ is arriving along with a new aircraft almost every week. With each delivery, American is slowly introducing a brand-new onboard product that first debuted on their Boeing 777-300ERs and continues to make its way into the fleet with […]

Many aircraft are flying over Europe at any given time. Image from / Google Maps.

Story written by Steve Fulton, Technical Fellow at GE Aviation and shared on We are taught from a young age about the importance of working together. ’œThere’s no I in team’ was a common inspirational poster in my children’s classrooms and libraries. This is certainly still relevant to our lives today — in business, […]

Civil Air Patrol Cessna 182T Skylane. Photo by Dan Landson.

This story was written by Dan Landson for Inside an unassuming building at the North Las Vegas Airport (VGT) there is a buzz of activity. Radios are busy with communications between ground crews and air crews. Teams are being dispatched to check potential threats, others being sent to search for missing aircraft. Reports of […]