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JetBlue Airways introduced a new special livery and tail design this week, continuing the airline's history of themed planes and tailfin art.

OpenSkies, has added its first 767, a Boeing 767-336/ER (F-HILU) formerly operated by parent company, British Airways. The aircraft has been used on routes from Paris Orly to Newark Liberty International in New Jersey.

A review of some of the stored and soon-to-be-scrapped aircraft from Phoenix Goodyear Airport (GYR/KGYR) in 2014.

One day after flying its first revenue flight in 24 years, Eastern Air Lines made a special Honor Flight to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, VA. 60 veterans were on board the flight, which departed Miami International Airport on the morning of May 30th.

Photos from a 3-day trip to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International (Dorval) (YUL/CYUL), Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International / Uplands (YOW/CYOW/CUUP), Farnham (CSN7) and Saint-Esprit (CES2) have been posted.

TUIfly unveiled its third Haribo logojet this week, and celebrated by flying it to Newark Liberty International Airport, just outside of New York City.

Highlights from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR/KEWR) included the TUIfly Haribo Tropifrutti Boeing 737-800, Alaska Airlines Disney Cars Boeing 737-800, revised "Go Russell!" Boeing 737-900, Virgin Atlantic Airways Boeing 787-9 and a United Boeing 777-200 in Star Alliance colors.

Orange Air, based in Sanford, FL, has added a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 to their fleet, which currently consists of a single MD-82. N926AV carries additional Orange Air titles, and was originally delivered to Spanair in 1989.

Vision Airlines' Boeing 737-405 (N745VA) was recently repainted in Havana Air colors. The aircraft was formerly one of two planes used by the short-lived PEOPLExpress revival, and carried full PEX colors.

Highlights from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR/KEWR) included an Antonov Design Bureau Antonov An-124-100 Ruslan, British Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, United Airlines Star Alliance 777-200 and United Airlines Split Scimitar 737-800.