We love writing about history. It’s like an onion, where the more you peel, the more you find the prize. And we are well and truly blessed nowadays to have history at our fingertips, at the end of a remote control. Discovering new editions of historical topics is one of the best things on the planet, since we’re spoiled for choice.
If you’re a regular reader of our site, you’ll know that history and technology keep us up at night in the best way. We wake up every morning looking forward to creating content that we think you might appreciate. Just thinking about what has gone before (usually well-known matter) combined with our 21st century tech creates an endless supply of topics for us . . and you. And, wouldn’t it be fun to be able to jump back in time and re-live your life at that time, or if you’re a youngster, to see something that may look rather foreign to you.
Thus, we recently happened upon a modern video that almost looks like it was from forty years ago. And by that we mean a classic airliner actually built forty years ago, but still flying and carrying passengers. A plane that old is still flying? It’s true. Less than 50 Boeing 737-200s are left in service worldwide, and one of them can be found at Avior Airlines in Venezuela. Let us introduce you to this historic plane! Video courtesy of
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