Off the record

NASA’s flying eye in the sky

One of the lesser-known products of Boeing’s 747 programme in the 1970s was the 747SP. Faced with the need to…

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Runners on the runway

Anyone in the Atlanta area this weekend might be interested to know that Hartsfield-Jackson airport is hosting the third annual…

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Hijacked plane home after 40 years

Cast your mind back 40 years, if you are old enough, to October 1977, when terrorist groups were in full…

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Smurfs up

Following our story in July (Name ten famous Belgians – OK, make it five, then…) we can reveal that the…

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We’re going to need a bigger aircraft…

American Airlines Cargo moved two sand tiger sharks and three bonnethead sharks from the US to South America. The sand…

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IAG Cargo and Heathrow unite to raise awareness of illegal wildlife trade

To celebrate World Elephant Day and help raise awareness about the illegal trade of wildlife, Heathrow Airport and IAG Cargo…

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Name ten famous Belgians – OK, make it five, then…

Brussels Airlines is calling on its compatriots to name a fifth Belgian Icon to dedicate another of its aircraft to,…

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Gypsy moth makes its home at Heathrow

Heathrow’s biodiversity engineers – (yes, there is such a profession, and yes, the UK’s busiest airport has some on its…

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VIDEO: Shannon’s new runway, ta Mac for a great job

The rehabilitation of Ireland’s longest runway, at Shannon Airport, is proving a triumph of logistics as the equivalent of one…

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CLA backs model airplane competition for aspiring engineers

CargoLogicAir (CLA) joined forces with the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) to support this year’s Payload Challenge for aspiring international aviators…

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