This Week In Aviation Daily History

25 Years Ago May 9, 1991—San Francisco International Airport temporarily has waived its noise ban so Aeroflot can operate flights from Khabarovsk in the Soviet Far East. Using Ilyushin Il-62 aircraft, the Soviet carrier plans to conduct weekly flights from May 19 through July 14 under the waiver. 50...

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