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Airlines

An Exclusive Look at United’s New Polaris Product

September 1, 2016 Ryan Ewing

In June, United’s CEO Oscar Munoz officially launched their new business class product called Polaris. The completely redesigned product aims to give passengers a consistent product from airport to aircraft. Designed in partnership with Acumen

Airports

From the Ashes: Rebuilding Montserrat

August 29, 2016 Ian McMurtry

1995 was a rough year for the islands of the Caribbean, as Hurricane Luis destroyed much of the northeast islands such as St. Maarten and the US Virigin Islands, damaging tourism and forever closing hotels like the

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Condor Launches New Service from Austin

June 29, 2016 Matthew Garcia

On Monday, Condor Airlines launched service from Austin, Texas with new service to their hub in Frankfurt. The History of Condor Condor Airlines was founded in 1955 under the name of Deutsche Flugdienst by four

Airlines

Cape Air: America’s Regional Airline

June 22, 2016 Daniel Morley

Anyone spotting at Boston’s Logan International Airport are used to the myriad of large jets that come out of the busy airport each day. However, in between the loud jet engines is a dull drone

College AvGeek Diaries

TRIP REPORT: Flying the 747 Domestically

June 10, 2016 Tyler Tashji

For the longest time, I have wanted to fly on the Boeing 747, commonly known as the ‘Queen of the Skies.’ When the opportunity came along to fly on this beauty on a domestic route,

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OPINION: Is Allegiant Air the Next ValuJet?

May 11, 2016 Daniel Morley

In 1992, ValuJet was founded as a low-cost carrier in the southern United States. The airline kept costs low for its customers by purchasing older, used jets and outsourcing many of the work needed to operate the

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TRIP REPORT: Virgin America Roundtrip to SFO

May 5, 2016 Ashley Magoon

Outbound Trip Flight Number: VX751 Tail Number: N624VA Aircraft: A320-214 Route: SEA-SFO Flight Time: 7AM-9:05AM Prior to the pending merger with Alaska Airlines, I decided that I wanted to fly Virgin America at least once,

College AvGeek Diaries

What is Human Factors in Aviation?

April 22, 2016 Daniel Morley

At the university I attend in South Florida, the aviation program is quite small. Most of the courses are done online, rather than in-person and the flying lessons are done through a specialized flight school.

Airports

How to Volunteer at an Airport

April 13, 2016 Ryan Ewing

For us AvGeeks, any opportunity that could bring us closer to airplanes is definitely worth considering. One way to do this is by volunteering at your local airport. Many commercially-serviced airports offer some kind of

College AvGeek Diaries

Things Aviation Administration Majors Hear

April 8, 2016 Tyler Tashji

There are things Aviation Administration majors hear on a daily basis that really grind our (landing) gears. What’s that? Whether you’re telling your family, friends, a teacher, or even somebody at your college what your

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