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Inside Aviation: Outback Air Race returns in 2021

written by Robyn Tongol | December 14, 2020

A Lake Buccaneer LA-4-200 in the Outback Air Race
A Lake Buccaneer LA-4-200 in the Outback Air Race.

If 2020 was a year to forget for aviation, there’s reason to hope 2021 could be much better for both enthusiasts and the industry.

In this week’s Inside Aviation catch-up, Phil and Adam discuss the return of Australia’s Outback Air Race: the 3,800-kilometre time trial set to take place in 2021.

Plus, after Ryanair threw its weight behind the MAX last week with more orders, are other airlines following suit?

Finally, the team discusses the latest burst of optimism for the 747. Does the iconic aircraft have a future now it’s in semi-retirement?

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