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Queen of its time

Although the aviation industry has made dramatic moves forward over the past 40 years, the Boeing 747 has aged gracefully. key.aero charts the history of an aircraft that became an icon of the 20th century. If any one aircraft can

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Time machine

Passengers would leave London’s Heathrow Airport at 10:30am aboard Concorde and arrive in New York at 09:30am the same day – business people still had an entire working day ahead of them. key.aero looks at the history of one of

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Trail-blazer

As it celebrates its 55th anniversary, key.aero looks at Boeing’s 707, the ‘granddaddy’ of the modern airliner. In the years following World War Two, the Boeing Company was primarily concerned with the production of military aircraft and the development of

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