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This week’s Throwback Thursday from the April 2016 edition of Australian Aviation looks at the development of the latest iteration of the Boeing 737 program. Somewhere across the world a Boeing 737 takes off or lands every five seconds and more than 1,200 of their compatriots are aloft at any given time. With the total

Airlines

To mark International Women's Day on Friday, March 9 2019, this week's Throwback Thursday is from the May 2018 edition of Australian Aviation, where John Walton looked at efforts to attract more women into the aviation industry.

Airlines

This week's Throwback Thursday feature is Geoffrey Thomas' story from April 2009 on the launch of new entrant on the Australia-US route, V Australia.

Airlines

This week's Throwback Thursday is Gerard Frawley's December 2014 story on Qantas's final Boeing 767 passenger service before the type was withdrawn.

Airlines

This week’s Throwback Thursday article is from the April 2014 edition of Australian Aviation, where Owen Zupp investigates what it takes to operate between Australia and Dallas/Fort Worth in Texas. It’s just a number on a flightplan, but it’s a big one – 7,554. That’s how many nautical miles it is from Sydney to Dallas/Fort

Defence

This week’s Throwback Thursday article is from the April 2013 edition of Australian Aviation, where Tony Moclair looked at 100 years of the Australian Defence Force’s Central Flying School at RAAF East Sale. On March 8 2013 the Central Flying School (CFS) at RAAF East Sale hosted a unit reunion and flying display in the

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