Boeing 707 First Successful Commercial Passenger Jetliner
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Boeing 707 First Successful Commercial Passenger Jetliner

The Boeing 707, the very first successful passenger jetliner. This narrow-bodied plane had four engines and swept-back wings, designed and made by Boeing. It took its first flight on December 20, 1957, and started carrying passengers on October 26, 1958. Production continued until 1991, and 1,010 of these planes were built. The Boeing 707 is…

Boeing 767 vs Boeing 737 A Closer Look at Aviation Giants
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Boeing 767 vs Boeing 737 A Closer Look at Aviation Giants

Boeing 767 vs Boeing 737, The 767 variants are longer, heavier, and have greater wingspans than all 737 variants. Boeing 767 generally has more power than a Boeing 737. If the 767 fills up with full fuel, then it’d be heavier and take up more runway. But there are a few similarities. Boeing 767 vs…

Upgraded Cockpit 5 Special Features of the HondaJet Cabin
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Upgraded Cockpit 5 Special Features of the HondaJet Cabin

HondaJets are light business jets made by the Honda Aircraft Company in the US. The first one flew in 2003, and over 250 have been delivered so far. Known for their advanced automation, HondaJets have a unique cockpit and flight systems. Sky Comparison listed special features of the HondaJet cockpit, focusing on design, avionics, and…

Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Engine Failure March 18, 2024

Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Engine Failure March 18, 2024

A Southwest Airlines plane heading to Houston had to change its route and land at San Jose del Cabo Los Cabos International Airport (SJD), Mexico, because one of its engines stopped working. Southwest Airlines 737 Incident Details Southwest Airlines Flight WN3007 Failure On March 22, 2024, a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800, registered as N8578Q, was…

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