Airlines

Branching Out: The Growth of Chinese Airlines

June 14, 2017 Parker Davis

At 6:02 p.m. New Zealand Standard Time on Tuesday, Airbus A330-200 B-8962 touched down at Auckland Airport. The aircraft was operating Sichuan Airlines flight 8909 from Chengdu, China. The inaugural flight not only represented a

Airlines

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

Airlines

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

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