We Interview A Flight Attendant Who Flew With The Mexican Air Force

At Avgeekery, we love meeting people who hold unique roles in aviation. We’ve interviewed aviation photographers, pilots, authors, and even people who are restoring unique aircraft like an American Airlines… The post We Interview A Flight Attendant Who Flew With The Mexican Air Force appeared first on Avgeekery.com.

Eastern Airlines Shut Down 30 Years Ago Today

It was the airline that was destroyed by infighting and a soft economy. The airline started was by World War I ace Eddie Rickenbacker. For a time, Eastern Airlines was… The post Eastern Airlines Shut Down 30 Years Ago Today appeared first on Avgeekery.com.

Pilot Report: My 737 MAX Simulator Ride

It has been nearly two years since the 737 MAX was grounded in the aftermath of several crashes. After the redesign of a flight control system, the aircraft has been… The post Pilot Report: My 737 MAX Simulator Ride appeared first on Avgeekery.com.

“Props” for McDonnell Douglas: The Unducted Fan Projects That Never Took Off

Airliner technology continues to evolve year-after-year, in the pursuit of better fuel economy which leads to better financial yields for operators.  There’s been a number of initiatives over the years… The post “Props” for McDonnell Douglas: The Unducted Fan Projects That Never Took Off appeared first on Avgeekery.com.

A Look Back To The Turbojet Era at Los Angeles’ LAX Airport

Remember the good ole days at Los Angeles International Airport? It was filled with four engined domestic flights on widebodies like the Boeing 747-100 and L-1011. Times have definitely changed… The post A Look Back To The Turbojet Era at Los Angeles’ LAX Airport appeared first on Avgeekery.com.

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