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The Race Across the Pacific

September 13, 2016 Parker Davis

In the early 1980s, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) began operating flights between Beijing and New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. These routes were the first between the nations operated by Chinese

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The September 11th Jetway Tributes

September 11, 2016 Guest Author

While it may seem like an ordinary part of airline travel, these jetways were the last part of their journey for those lost on 9/11. Over the fifteen years since the attacks, I steadily started

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Flybe: Overcoming Turbulent Times

September 9, 2016 James Field

UK carrier Flybe has gone through a reasonably short period of turbulent times. Over the past three years, the airline’s profit and revenue reports have been very altered. Following the appointment of Saad Hammad, the

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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

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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

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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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