The first JetBlue Airways Airbus A320 with Sharklets installed (N821JB) made a rare daylight arrival into JFK airport in New York on Saturday. The aircraft entered service with the new sharklets back in late February, but operated the KJFK-KSFO and KBOS-KSFO routes for much of the first two months, with the return leg arriving to the East coast after sunset.
AeroPX is pleased to announce the release of highly-accurate, meticulously-detailed aviation illustrations, created by the website owner, Cary Liao. The artwork is available as 12x18" prints, on premium Kodak Professional Lustre paper, and is suitable for framing.
On April 29, 2013, a National Airlines Boeing 747-428M(BCF), N949CA, operating as NCR102, crashed on takeoff from Bagram Air Base (OAI/OAIX) in Afghanistan. The impact destroyed the airframe, killing all seven crew members. Below, the aircraft is seen taxiing at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK/KJFK) in better days.
Highlights included an Emirates A380-861 with "Expo 2020 Dubai, UAE" titles, Aeroflot Boeing 777-3M0/ER and trio of JetBlue specials.
Frontier Airlines launched five new routes from Trenton-Mercer Airport on Monday and Tuesday, bringing the total number of destinations from the Ewing, NJ airport to ten. The new nonstop flights include Atlanta, Chicago (Midway), Columbus, Detroit and Raleigh/Durham.
Toronto-based Sky Regional Airlines commenced service from Toronto Pearson (CYYZ) to Philadelphia, PA (KPHL) on March 14. The route is served with Embraer 175 equipment, in Air Canada Express branding — the first time those titles have appeared on an ERJ.