Airlines

Allegiant Air Announces Fleet Expansion

July 29, 2016 Shane Piper

Allegiant Air is a low-cost airline that began in 1998. Originally founded as a charter airline operating out of Las Vegas, the airline has gone through many changes in the last 18 years. Headquartered in

State Series

State Series: Virginia and Washington D.C.

July 29, 2016 Shane Piper

The Commonwealth of Virginia is flooded with historical monuments, battlefields, and stories of the past. However, from the aviation world, it serves as a major international entry point and home to a busy hub for business

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State Series: Arizona

July 29, 2016 Shane Piper

Since the creation of the first airport in 1909 by Wilbur Wright, cities and states have come together to create one of the most expansive airport systems in the world. Over the next few months, our

Airlines

Saying Goodbye to the Queen of the Skies?

July 28, 2016 Matthew Garcia

In a filing report released Wednesday, Boeing said they are considering the possibility of ending the 747’s life. The company stated, “If we are unable to obtain sufficient orders and/or market, production and other risk…It

Airlines

Johannesburg to Say ‘Hello’ to Emirates A380

July 26, 2016 Tyler Tashji

Emirates announced today that Johannesburg will be the next city in its network to receive Airbus A380 service. Currently, Emirates uses the Boeing 777-300ER to serve Johannesburg with four daily flights. Beginning February 1, one

Airports

Abandoned In the Rust Belt: Part One

July 25, 2016 Ian McMurtry

At the beginning of the 1990s, air travel through the mid Atlantic region of the United States was very simple. Legacy carriers had made various hubs through the region and even smaller markets were easy

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Southwest’s Computer Glitch Still Causing Issues

July 22, 2016 Shane Piper

On July 20, Southwest’s computer system experienced a significant outage causing an immediate delay in hundreds of flights. As the backups failed, hundreds additional flights were either delayed or canceled, totaling almost 1150 flights within 24

Airlines

Alaska Airlines Adds Service from Newark

July 22, 2016 Tyler Tashji

Alaska Airlines announced today it will increase its presence in the New York City region with additional service to Newark’s Liberty International Airport. The airline currently serves Newark with two daily flights from Seattle and

Airlines

Farnborough Round-Up: Day 4

July 14, 2016 James Dinsdale

Thursday ended as being the quietest day of the week in terms of airline announcements at Farnborough International. The weather turned out to be an improvement compared to the last three days, allowing many of

Airlines

TBT (Throwback Thursday) in Aviation History: Karair

July 14, 2016 Ashley Magoon

Founded in 1947 as Karhumäki Airways, the Finnish airline was established as a subsidiary of aircraft maintenance and manufacturing company, Veljekset Karhumäki Oy. Scheduled passenger service began in 1951 between numerous domestic cities and the

Airlines

Farnborough Round-Up: Day 3

July 13, 2016 James Dinsdale

There was a slight improvement in the amount of sunshine that was radiating down on the asphalt during day three of Farnborough International, compared to the waterlogged (flooded) scene that occurred on Monday at the airport southwest of

Airlines

Farnborough Round-Up: Day 2

July 12, 2016 James Dinsdale

The opening day of Farnborough International saw the proceedings ending slightly earlier than planned. Due to an outburst of rain which caused a minor flood, the show planners had to cut the power of the

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