Routes

WOW to Launch New Service to Orlando

September 6, 2018 Jace Moseley

As the busy summer season for transatlantic airlines comes to a close, Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air announced on Wednesday its newest U.S. destination, Orlando, Fla. The Central Floridian city will be served from the

Routes

Alaska Airlines Announces First Flight to Ohio

August 30, 2018 Jace Moseley

Alaska Airlines announced they would be introducing service from its main hub at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to John Glenn Columbus International in Columbus, Ohio. The route will be the airline’s first flight to the state

Aircraft Orders and Deliveries

Embraer Wins Major Orders at Farnborough

July 18, 2018 Jace Moseley

Embraer has proven to be one of the big winners at this years Farnborough International Airshow, bringing home a slew of orders for its aircraft, both old and new. While many expected the E190-E2 to

Routes

Spirit Prepares for Major Expansion in Orlando

June 14, 2018 Jace Moseley

Spirit Airlines announced a significant expansion from their hub in Orlando. Starting this October, the airline will add nine international destinations along with two destinations in United States territories. These additional services will also be

News

Alaska and Southwest Win J.D. Power Awards

June 1, 2018 Jace Moseley

Alaska Airlines won the J.D. Power award as the highest ranked airline in customer satisfaction in North America for the 11th year in a row. The airline ranked highest among traditional carriers according to the

Routes

Frontier Adds Another Batch of New Routes

May 9, 2018 Jace Moseley

Frontier announced that they would be expanding their route map with the addition of two new cities to their list of destinations. The two new cities will be Norfolk and Wichita. The route announcement also

Planes

Boeing 737 MAX 9 Awarded FAA Certification

February 16, 2018 Jace Moseley

Boeing received another boost to their 737 MAX program on Friday, when the Boeing 737 MAX 9 was awarded an amended type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This officially certifies the aircraft for

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