National Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 N66NA "Shirley" on the Long Beach production line, circa September 1972. Beyond, sisterships for American, Delta, Laker, Northwest and UTA can be seen waiting their turn.
This undated photo provided by the National Airline History Museum shows its Lockheed Constellation, the only one left in the U.S. that is airworthy. The Museum is trying to raise $3.2 million to restore it and recreate aviator Howard Hughes’ record-setting cross-country flight in the plane that transformed commercial air travel.
Kuwait Air Considers New U.S. Route Despite Travel Restrictions Kuwait Airways wants to expand abroad perhaps even in the United States. Pictures is an Airbus A320. Clément Alloing / Flickr Skift Take: We wish Kuwait Airways well but some of the most powerful airlines in the Middle East are struggling now. It's hard to see how Kuwait Airways can thrive. Brian Sumers Kuwait Airways Co. is considering adding a flight to Washington D.C. or Chicago despite mounting U.S. travel restrictions…
The high-flying alternate reality of Sci-Fi Air Show
Airbus has a long history in the US, starting in 1977 when Eastern Airlines leased 4 A300-B4s as an in-house trial – The first Airbus operator in North America, Eastern was so impressed with the type's fuel efficiency, that 23 more aircraft were immediately ordered.