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Blue Australian Skies Go Green

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Australian Airline Qantas will fly the first biofueled flight in Australia in 2012.  Partnering with two organizations, one specializing in algae-based fuels and one in water-based fuels, this particular Qantas flight will be fueled by something similar to cooking-oil, as according to a Huffington Post article While Qantas will be the first in...

Preview of New Boeing 787 for Museum Goers

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Last week we had article about the maiden voyage of the new Boeing 787 from Tokyo to Hong Kong.  Several weeks ago the plane's new features were on display much closer to home. Attendees of the American C.R. Smith Museum in Fort Worth, TX were able to see a replica of the cockpit of the new Boeing 787 aircraft. According to a Dallas Morning News...

Long Anticipated Boeing 787 Completes Inaugural Flight

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The long anticipated maiden voyage of Boeing's 787 took passengers from Tokyo to Hong Kong in just over four hours last week.  The new long-haul jet has some new features which were on display, most notably windows that are 30% larger than similar previous aircraft.  The trip included many aviation enthusiasts for passengers, as well as reporters...

Jackson Airport Undergoes Name Change

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Jackson-Evers International Airport (JAN) will now be known by the full name of Jackson Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport.  The airport is named in honor of the civil rights activist, Medgar Wiley Evers who was also an active member and field secretary of the NAACP. It was suggested that the airport be renamed to include Evers’s full...

Oregon Airport Gets Creative With Ad Space Offerings

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The Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport (MFR) in southern Oregon is selling ad space on the side of its control tower.  Most control towers at other airports are owned by the FAA, but not at MFR—they own theirs, which is how they’re able to provide this advertisement opportunity. MFR’s Airport Director refers to this...

Video: Germany’s Miniatur Wunderland Adds World’s Largest Model Airport

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Designed after Hamburg’s own Knuffingen Airport, a model airport by the same name now resides at Miniatur Wunderland, an attraction in Germany which initially just featured model railways and villages. According to a Today In The Sky article published back in May of this year, the model features: 40,000 lights 15,000 figurines 500 cars 10,000...

Love Field Receives Air Force One

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October 4, 2011, President Obama made a visit to North Texas at Eastfield College in Mesquite to deliver a speech to students and local residents about the American Jobs Act. Of course, President Obama flew into the North Texas area on Air Force One.  Sky Talk, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s airline, travel, and aerospace blog, shared some...

Aeroponic Gardening at Chicago O’Hare Airport

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Chicago O’Hare Airport (ORD) is now the first airport to feature an aeroponic garden, a vertical gardening system, which utilizes water and a mineral solution rather than soil. The garden sports 44 different herbs and vegetables in the rotunda building between terminals 2 and 3, as according to an ABC 7 News Chicago story. The herbs and vegetables...

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