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The Love Of Planes … Visiting Where It All Began

Earlier this week NYCAviation.com’s newly appointed co-editor Jason Rabinowitz (by the way, Mazel Tov Jason!) wrote about New York JFK International Airport’s T3, the former PanAm Worldport, facing the wrecking ball.  Reading his piece on the efforts to save JFK’s T3 reminded me of where it all began for me.   Every AvGeek, Plane Spotter,…

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NYC Aviation Co-Founder Passes Away

I spent this afternoon at New York JFK Airport’s Terminal 8 with a number of journalists, bloggers and airline corporate communications people discussing airlines, airplanes, new liveries, mergers and every other related topic, favourite topics of Matt Molnar, co-founder of the popular aviation site NYCAviation.com. Many of the people I was with at JFK Airport…

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Guest Post : Steven “Slip and Slide” Slater’s Great Escape!

Today’s guest post is from Phil Derner, Jr, the founder of NYC Aviation, a serious airplane spotting enthusiast group in New York and fantastic online community to discuss airlines and airplanes.   Phil, and his partner in crime Matt Molnar can be found on Twitter at @NYCAviation The big news in the airline world this week…

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