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Bon Voyage, Boeing 747. You Really Did Change Everything.

SEATTLE — Some legends really are true, and indeed it is the case that two men on an Alaskan fishing…

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Business

The Last Boeing 747 Leaves the Factory

More than a half-century ago, Boeing unveiled the 747, a massive and striking airplane that captured the public imagination and…

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World

With tanks in the pipeline, Ukraine redoubles its efforts to obtain warplanes.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has prompted Western nations to supply an ever-growing list of weaponry to Kyiv as it…

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World

Do You Work in Aviation? We Want to Hear Your Story.

After a chaotic few months of air travel in the United States, we want to learn more about the experiences…

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World

Harold Brown, Tuskegee Airman Who Faced a Lynch Mob, Dies at 98

One of the last surviving Black pilots from that celebrated group, he was surrounded by an angry mob after parachuting…

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World

House Passes Bill to Study F.A.A. Alert System Whose Outage Grounded Flights

The outage caused departures nationwide to be halted one morning this month, disrupting travel and drawing attention to the Federal…

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U.S. Extends Troop Deployment in Romania, at Ukraine War’s Doorstep

The buildup is part of President Biden’s commitment to increase American forces in Europe in response to the Russian invasion…

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World

Could Air Someday Power Your Flight? Airlines Are Betting on It.

New technologies, including one fuel extracted from the atmosphere itself, could make flying more sustainable. But the challenges are many…

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Magazine

‘Polar Vortex’ Got You Baffled? Try This Extreme-Weather Guide

A handy explanation of some of the newer climatological verbiage.

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World

17 Years After Her Husband’s Crash in Nepal, a Pilot Met the Same Fate

Anju Khatiwada, who died on Sunday in a crash in Pokhara, Nepal, decided to become a pilot after her husband’s…

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