News

Boeing Debuts Newest Dreamliner Variant: the 787-10

February 17, 2017 Matthew Garcia

On Friday, Boeing rolled out the first 787-10 Dreamliner at the manufacturer’s North Charleston facility. The facility, which opened in 2011, was the celebration ground as thousands of Boeing employees gathered alongside South Carolina’s Governor

Opinions

Opinion: Is Basic Economy Worth the Savings?

January 22, 2017 Matthew Garcia

Given the recent announcement of multiple airlines’ basic economy fares, is saving a few bucks really worth losing numerous travel benefits from a passenger’s perspective? In 2014 alone, the three largest airlines made close to

State Series

State Series: Texas

December 13, 2016 Matthew Garcia

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

Airlines

Croatia Airlines To Leave London Heathrow

October 26, 2016 Matthew Garcia

Croatia Airlines, Croatia’s flagship carrier, has announced the removal of flights to London Heathrow. Rumors of selling the company’s slots in London have been lingering for over a year now. London Heathrow has limited slot

Airlines

Delta Reimagines Flying With New Uniforms

October 19, 2016 Matthew Garcia

Delta has revealed their new fashion line for approximately 60,000 of their employees. The airline has partnered with New York fashion designer Zac Posen to create new and fashionable uniforms for customer service agents, ramp

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