Airlines

Blue Air: A Romanian-Scouse Gift

March 25, 2017 James Field

On Friday, March 24, Romanian carrier Blue Air launched its latest European base from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) featuring celebrations and a familiarisation flight for guests and the media. Liverpool will be Blue Air’s eighth established base,

Routes

Flybe Will Open First European Base in Dusseldorf

November 29, 2016 James Field

Europe’s largest regional airline Flybe, has announced that they will open their first base in Düsseldorf, Germany. The airline aims to base two of their Bombardier Q400 aircraft at the airport. According to their press release,

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

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

Airports

The JFK AirTrain Experiences System Shutdown

December 14, 2015 Malick Mercier

Passengers traveling through John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York ran into some possibly unexpected delays this past weekend. JFK unlike many airports has a whopping six terminals. These terminals are treated like an