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  • Photo Credit: - Pedro Aragão
    July 16, 2024 Allison Berger

    Number 31 of 100 in 100, the Boeing 737 🛫

      Conceptualization   In the mid-1960s, the aviation market was growing rapidly, with an increasing need for shorter, more frequent flights. Airlines sought a more efficient and cost-effective solution for passengers preferring quick, direct flights between regional airports, bypassing larger...

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  • Photo Credit: - Keaton Perkins
    July 10, 2024 Allison Berger

    Number 30 in 100 in 100, The Cessna 210 Centurion 🛩️

    Conceptualization   The Cessna 210 Centurion was developed in response to the aviation market trends of the late 1950s and early 1960s, which demanded faster, more versatile, and higher-performance single-engine aircraft. Pilots and aircraft owners sought planes combining speed, range, and...

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  • Photo Credit: - Daniel Tanner
    July 9, 2024 Allison Berger

    Number 29 in 100 in 100, The Piper Aerostar ✈️

    Conceptualization:   The Piper Aerostar was conceived in the mid-1960s, a time when the general aviation market was flourishing, and there was a growing demand for high-performance, pressurized, twin-engine aircraft. This demand was driven by pilots and business operators seeking...

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