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Photographing Airplanes … Don’t Be So Boring

Having grown up watching planes fly over my house, all day and night, and having spent the last 27 years (of my 37 years on this Earth) generally found with a camera in my hand, it is only natural that I can at times be found shooting photos of airplanes. Over the years I’ve shot…

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Boston, The First American City To Get 787 Service, Sees It For The First Time

Yesterday morning, just after 9:00am, the air was chilly in Boston, but there was a sense of anticipation in the air. At first glance the profile of the aircraft approaching Boston Logan International Airport’s Runway 22L could have been nearly any aircraft, possibly a Boeing 767 or even an Airbus A330, but as the aircraft…

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Does Air Zimbabwe Know Its Time Is Up?

Air Zimbabwe, not an airline of much consequence to global travel, or even travel in its region anymore, but the airline knows how to make headlines in places where people probably can’t even tell you the capital of Zimbabwe (it’s Harare by the way).     Over the past year Flying With Fish has written…

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Landing With No Wheels…It Doesn’t Get Any Smoother

This past Tuesday a possible disaster was turned into smooth landing as LOT Polish Boeing 767-35D/ER, Flight 16, from Newark (EWR) to Warsaw (WAW), landed at Warsaw Chopin Airport with no landing gear.   LOT Polish Flight 16 pushed off its gate at Newark Liberty Airport two minutes ahead of schedule on the 31st of…

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Air Zimbabwe Plane Repo’d & IATA Halts Ticket Sales

Earlier this month I wrote about the troubles of the beleaguered Air Zimbabwe in this post – Air Zimbabwe Skirts Sanctions Narrowly Flying By.   While it may seem as if things could not get much worse for the airline, they have.   Last week, the troubled Air Zimbabwe’s problems took a turn worse as…

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Reader Mail : “What’s the difference between a code share & interline?”

This week’s reader mail comes from Annette up in Canada. Annette asks “What’s the difference between a code share and interline agreement between airlines?” Annette, in fact, a code-share and an interline agreement are quite different. I can go into depth, but that really doesn’t help travelers all that much … so I’ll stick with…

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