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Flying a half-empty aircraft

In normal operations it is carefully balanced. Longhaul passenger planes normally carry some freight - and this adds up to quite a capacity. If these flights are cancelled - the freight capacity drops ...
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What percentage of airliners today operate with unaugmented GPS equipment?

In the US, this is rapidly in flux. There's an effective FAA ADS-B Out requirement for SBAS or multi-frequency/multi-constellation. It was supposed to take effect January 1, 2020, but there's ...
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How do airlines pay for aviation fuel and services at an airport they don't normally use?

Delta seems to be paying at least part of their fuel purchases using a corporate American Express card, and with quite the spending limit at that (from an SEC filing): We have a purchasing card with ...
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