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VIDEO | BOEING 777X – WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

Boeing 777X First Flight

SEATTLE – YouTube Vlogger Sam Chui visited Seattle last week for his new video about the first flight of the brand new Boeing 777X. The 777X first flight was canceled on Thursday just before takeoff, due to bad weather. Unfortunately Sam could not be at Everett Paine Field on Saturday, when the 777X made its

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THE BOEING 777X TAKES FLIGHT FOR THE FIRST TIME

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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON – After years of designing and testing, and after 2 earlier attempts this week, the Boeing 777X has made it’s first flight Saturday on January 25, 2019. Due to extreme winds at Paine Field the takeoff was canceled on Friday, after the first flight already had to be canceled on Thursday, due to

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VIDEO – WATCH THE FIRST FLIGHT OF THE BOEING 777X LIVE!

Boeing 777X First Flight Jan 25, 2019

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON – After 2 earlier attempts this week, the beautiful 777X is going to fly for the first time! Due to extreme winds at Paine Field the takeoff was canceled yesterday, after the 777X’ maiden flight already had to be canceled on Thursday, due to thunder storms. Watch live how Boeing’s 777X test aircraft

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THE FIRST OPERATIONAL RNLAF F-35 HAS ARRIVED IN THE NETHERLANDS

The first operational RNLAF F-35 has arrived in The Netherlands

LEEUWARDEN AIR BASE, NETHERLANDS – October 31, 2019 is a special day in history for the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF). The first operational Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II (registration F-009) has arrived today on a beautiful, sunny, but cold Autumn day at it’s new home, Leeuwarden Air Base in the Netherlands. 40 years ago

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VIDEO – FAREWELL FLIGHT OF THE AMERICAN AIRLINES MD-80

American Airlines MD-80 Last Flight - Image: Skylite Productions

DALLAS – Wednesday September 4, 2019 was a sad day in the U.S. for many aviation enthusiasts and pilots who flew with the beautiful McDonnell Douglas MD-80, also known as ‘Mad Dog’ or ‘Super 80.’ American Airlines retired its workhorse, the iconic MD-80 after 36-years of service. Flight AA80 from Dallas Fort Worth to Chicago

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