Air New Zealand will join other airlines and shut down Dreamliners completely every three months after tests exposed a problem that could cause the plane to lose all electrical power and a loss of control.
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Southwest Airlines today celebrates more than 30 years of service in the state of Missouri with the unveiling of the Airline's newest specialty aircraft, named Missouri One - a Boeing 737-700.
From the golden early years of travel, to Vivienne Westwood designing the Virgin Atlantic uniform last year, fashion in the skies has been constantly evolving.