Long Island MacArthur Airport: The Frontier Years

Promise to Ronkonkoma-located Long Island MacArthur Airport, operating in the shadows of Manhattan-proximate La Guardia and JFK International airports, always came in the form of new airline serve, which attempted to achieve profitability and replace that which the discontinued ones failed to. Several extremely uncompensive low-cost and upstart carriers left little more than a fading…

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The Hybrid Future OF Aerospace

When it comes to environmental impacts, the global aviation industry accounts for a mere 2% of greenhouse gas emissions. Neverheless, there is a growing environmental concern. Since 1990, the industry has witnessed an 83% rise in emission levels. The primary reason for this has been the increasing number of fossil fuel-powered aircraft taking to the…

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Aviation Industry

We live in an era where saving time is more critical than saving money. Perhaps this is why air transport, which earlier was solely reserved for the extremely affluent or for emergencies, is now being used on par with its competitors, ie, rail and road transport. The number of passengers flying has increased multi-fold over…

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The History of Northeastern International Airways

Its four-year reign was brief and tumultuous, with a high representative what could have steadily been if aspirations had not exceeded expenses. But perhaps its greatest legacy is that it sparked one of Long Island MacArthur Airport's development cycles, attracting passengers and, quite, other carriers, putting the fledging airfield, which had consistently driven for identity…

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Air Freight – An Easy Way To Shift

Overview Air freight is the shipment and transfer of goods via an air carrier that may be commercial or charter. Such shipments can travel out of commercial and passenger aviation gateways to anywhere the planes can fly and land. The global air freight market report is segmented by aircraft type and freight item. The aircraft…

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The Tupolev Tu-144 Supersonic Transport

1. Tupolev Tu-104: While the three major US, European, and former-USSR powers all designed supersonic transports, that of the latter was actually the first to fly. But its development was complicated and it ultimately ended in failure. Seeking to increase speeds and reduce travel times on scheduled routes, all of which were flown by Aeroflot,…

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