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After Christmas I had some time off before I was due to start the Airline Qualification Course (AQC) in February. Unfortunately, I had to take some time off due to personal reasons and so I started my AQC in the middle of March. 342 more words

Flying

One Version of Boeing's Best-Selling Plane Could Get a Makeover

Boeing Co is studying whether to revise one version of its best-selling 737 aircraft in a bid to fend off competition, according to two people familiar with the matter. 385 more words

Travel

Want the Ultimate Desk Chair? Get Yourself a 737 Jet Engine Seat

Article written by Angela Hydes, Marketing and Content Contributor. Follow us at @TALGroup.

If you ever feel like your desk is missing that little extra something, you may want to consider getting yourself a 737 Jet Engine Chair. 199 more words

Leadership

Cayman Airways to modernise fleet

Cayman Airways’ plan is to bring in one Boeing 737-800 and four 737 MAX 8’s to its fleet. The Cayman Island Deputy Premier and Minister for Tourism, District Administration and Transport Moses Kirkconnell has said the plan: 131 more words

Aeroplane Collision in Indonesia

A Batik Air Boeing 737-800 taking off (PK-LBS), doing route 7703 collided with a (thankfully empty) TransNusa Air Services (PK-TNJ) (TAS) ATR 42-600. Both aircraft caught on fire and were damaged pretty terribly.  46 more words

Boeing

Ryanair receives it's 400th Boeing aircraft

The Irish (I’m from Ireland!) low-cost carrier has received it’s 400th Boeing aircraft. It is a Boeing 737-800 registered EI-FRC. Ryanair is the largest 737-800 operator in the world. 196 more words

Boeing

Boeing, Ryanair Celebrate Milestone Delivery of Airline's 400th Next-Generation 737-800 Irish low-cost carrier operates world's largest Next-Generation 737-800 fleet

“The Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with its industry leading technical reliability and seating capacity, has been the foundation upon which our successful and safe growth has been built upon, since we took our first delivery in March 1999,” said Ryanair’s Chief Operations Officer, Michael Hickey. 198 more words

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