Of the substance that allows our plane to rise in the sky, we are often only clear about the economic cost involved. As the saying goes, “It is not the sustenance that keeps the aircraft in flight, but the wallet.

This time we will see that beyond the price of fuel, it is important to know other aspects that will allow us to fly more safely, more ecologically and, why not, more economically.

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We all know Airbus and Boeing, two of the main aeronautical manufacturers of the planet of which we have spoken in previous articles, with important commercial and military divisions. But there are also other companies that manufacture commercial airplanes that, although many of you know them, are also very important in the world of aviation.

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Not all airstrips are in conventional airports, there are airstrips really impressive because of their dimensions or natural situation. In this article we are going to know some of these runways with incredible aerial views, amazing facilities or heart attack situations.

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In this article we talk about the oldest airports in the world, from the year 1909 and some of them working until today.

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In this article we will review which are the countries with the most airports in the world, and finally which are the most important in Spain.

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The Airbus A350 is a medium sized wide-body commercial aircraft manufactured by the commercial aviation division of Airbus the leading European company that designs, manufactures, and sells civil and military aircraft and helicopters.

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Find out more about other major companies in the world of aviationThe Boeing 787 is a passenger aircraft manufactured and developed by the American company Boeing Commercial Airplanes. The aerospace company is a world leader, and in permanent competition with another giant, the European consortium Airbus, with whom it competes for the title of world’s largest manufacturer of commercial and military aircraft.

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After the frenchman Clément Ader was the first to take off a flying machine in 1897, in the following years many inventors tried to be the pioneers in inventing an airplane. Their prototypes were very useful for combat in the First World War, but it was not until the end of the war that the first companies dedicated to the transport of passengers appeared. The first airlines were born between the 1920s and 1930s. Below, we will review the five oldest and still operating today, which has its merit considering the continuous changes to which companies have had to adapt in recent years.

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Air freight is used in almost all industrial sectors and distribution chains. The use of the airplane as a means of transport is ideal for certain goods, such as high value finished products, urgent goods, etc., but is not advisable for others such as bulk, low value and high weight and/or volume goods, for technical or cost reasons.

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evolución de Iberia

In this second part of the company’s history, we are going to talk about the evolution of Iberia from the arrival of the reactors in the 1960s to the present day.

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