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JetBlue Airways unveiled their latest special Airbus A320 (N709JB) in early May, "Connected to 01000010 01001100 01010101 01000101" ("BLUE" in binary).

Allegiant Air's newest special livery, celebrating the carrier's partnership with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, recently visited Lehigh Valley International (ABE / KABE) in Allentown, PA.

Alitalia has painted an Airbus A330-200 (EI-EJG) in a special scheme, promoting the southern Italian region of Calabria.

AeroPX is happy to announce the launch of AVP Talk, a new forum for discussing aviation photography. AVP Talk gives aviation photographers an opportunity to share their work, techniques, opinions and knowledge with the rest of the community.

United unveiled a new Eco-Skies plane in January, to highlight the airline's commitment to the environment. The aircraft, a Boeing 737-924/ER (N75432), replaces the previous Eco-Skies Boeing 737-800, which now adorns Star Alliance paint.

Sunwing Airlines has partnered with Worldline to create a logojet promoting the company's phone and internet services. The Boeing 737-8HX (C-FTOH) features photos of three Superhero Kids, as well as Worldline's domain name and "Phone and Internet Super Heroes" titles.

Earlier this week, a Canadian-registered De Havilland Canada DHC-8-201 Dash 8 made a surprise stop at Trenton-Mercer Airport in Ewing, NJ from Jacksonville, FL.

On Monday, August 5th, N803FR operated a six minute hop from Phoenix Sky Harbor International to Phoenix Goodyear Airport, capping Frontier's use of the "Baby Bus". The carrier was the first to operate the A318, in July 2003, and the only US airline to purchase the type.

Following the lead of other US carriers, Frontier Airlines received their first Airbus A320 equipped with Sharklets in mid-July. The aircraft, N220FR, features an appropriate tiger shark animal tail and the carrier's updated color scheme.

At 12:15am on Sunday, June 16th, the Solar Impulse made a smooth touchdown on Runway 19L at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD/KIAD), capping a 14 hour flight from Lunken Field in Cincinnati.