United’s Bad Week With Travelling Pets

March 19, 2018

This past week has been a week to forget for United Airlines as three separate incidents with passengers’ pets have caused a PR nightmare for the airline. One incident involved a passengers pet passing away

Etihad’s Push for Profitability

March 18, 2018

Once upon a time, Etihad Airways, for many, was the epitome of luxury in air travel. For many, they still are. With the Residence – a true three-room apartment in the skies – sitting in

Latin American Wings: The Airline That Never Was

March 14, 2018

Despite ceasing revenue flights on March 9, Latin American Wings (LAW) completed a few flights on March 12, hours before the Chilean Aviation Authority (DGAC) revoked its AOC. A singular history of rapid expansion and

WestJet Announces Surprising Executive Leadership Change

March 12, 2018

Canada’s second-largest airline, WestJet, announced last week that their long-time CEO Gregg Saretsky would be retiring with immediate effect.  The move on Thursday surprised many in the aviation industry given the immediacy of the decision

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