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

Opinions

“Uncontained Engine Failure:” The Aftermath

September 2, 2016 Mila Frohn

The pictures revealed from Southwest flight 3472 were shocking and went around the internet within a few hours’ time. Speculations rolled in along with them, varying from “the engine has blown up,” to “it must

Airlines

5 Reasons to Fly Norwegian

August 17, 2016 Christopher Dollesin

Award-winning and disruptive, Norwegian (operating as Norwegian Air Shuttle, Norwegian Long Haul, and Norwegian Air International) has been raising eyebrows in recent years with regulation hurdles and at times controversial business practices. Through it all,

Opinions

Can Air Canada Save the CSeries?

February 21, 2016 Christopher Dollesin

On Wednesday, Air Canada announced a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Bombardier for the purchase of 45 CS300 aircraft with options for an additional 30 and the potential to substitute the CS100. It is the

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