Airlines

A Dive Into the U.S. Airlines’ Latest Report Card

August 9, 2017 Parker Davis

U.S airlines are involuntarily bumping passengers from flights at the lowest levels since 1995, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s most recent Air Travel Consumer Report, released Tuesday by the agency. The report, which

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South African Airways: The Last Chance for Revival?

August 4, 2017 Parker Davis

Documents provided to the nation’s parliament show that Johannesburg-based South African Airways (SAA) is out of money and is nearing bankruptcy. After multiple years of losses totaling hundreds of millions of dollars, the government-owned carrier

Planes

Airbus Delivers 100th A350XWB to China Airlines

July 26, 2017 Parker Davis

Toulouse, France-based aircraft manufacturer Airbus delivered the 100th Airbus A350 XWB to China Airlines Wednesday. The ceremony comes two and a half years after the company delivered the first A350 in December 2014. Fabrice Bregier,

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Branching Out: The Growth of Chinese Airlines

June 14, 2017 Parker Davis

At 6:02 p.m. New Zealand Standard Time on Tuesday, Airbus A330-200 B-8962 touched down at Auckland Airport. The aircraft was operating Sichuan Airlines flight 8909 from Chengdu, China. The inaugural flight not only represented a

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