Boeing 737 MAX 9 Awarded FAA Certification

February 16, 2018 Jace Moseley

Boeing received another boost to their 737 MAX program on Friday, when the Boeing 737 MAX 9 was awarded an amended type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This officially certifies the aircraft for

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SonAir Ends Houston Express After 17 Years

February 12, 2018 Mateen Kontoravdis

Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) made headlines when it became the first airport in North America to offer non-stop flights to each continent, excluding Antarctica, a few weeks ago. The addition of United’s flight


Low-Cost Airlines Crossing the Pond: LEVEL

February 5, 2018 Thomas Pallini

Since the introduction of numerous low-cost airlines to the transatlantic market, access to Europe has never been easier or cheaper. New fuel-efficient aircraft and low-cost business models have allowed for increased competition among low-cost carriers,


ITC Favors Bombardier and Delta in C Series Dispute

January 26, 2018 Pablo Diaz

In an unexpected and shocking outcome, the U.S. International Trade Commission voted unanimously in favor of Canadian builder Bombardier, stating that the 108-seat CS100 does not represent a threat to the sales of Boeing’s 737-700.


LATAM Decides Future of Its Boeing 777-300ER Fleet

January 24, 2018 Pablo Diaz

Brazilian-Chilean carrier LATAM’s Boeing 777-300ER fleet will be gradually retrofitted, beginning from the second half of 2018. According to LATAM Brazil’s CEO, Jerome Cardier, the decision marks the confidence the subsidiary has on the model

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