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Nigeria Takes the Next Step Toward Aviation Revival

May 8, 2017 Parker Davis

Nigeria’s government Friday announced the appointment of six consultants who would advise the country on possible improvements to their aviation infrastructure, including the promised creation of a national airline. President Muhammad Buhari campaigned with the

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Overbooking: A Blessing and a Curse

April 13, 2017 Parker Davis

When passengers boarded United Express flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday, they were most likely not expecting their short hop to become a subject of national media attention for the days to

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No Electronics In The Cabin: What Now?

March 24, 2017 Parker Davis

Earlier this week, the United States announced a ban on carrying on large electronics while onboard flights from 10 cities in the Middle East and Africa. These cities include the main hubs of Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad, and

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Alaska to Phase Out Virgin America Brand

March 22, 2017 Parker Davis

Alaska Airlines announced Wednesday that they will likely retire the Virgin America brand by 2019, instead opting to give the fused airline Alaska’s name, logo, and livery. This announcement puts to rest much speculation about

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Transatlantic Narrow-Body Routes: A Rising Stock

March 10, 2017 Parker Davis

Norwegian Air International, the Ireland-based subsidiary of Norwegian Air Shuttle, announced on Feb. 23 that the airline would begin flights between Dublin, Edinburgh, and Belfast, Northern Ireland and Providence, R.I., Hartford, Conn., and Newburgh Stewart

Airports

A History of DFW’s Revived Terminal E

February 23, 2017 Parker Davis

Back in 1974, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport opened with four terminals, one of which was christened “Terminal 4E.” Delta Air Lines quickly moved into the space, establishing a mini-hub out of the terminal (called “Easy

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