News

The Crash of TK6491: What We Know

January 17, 2017 Parker Davis

A Boeing 747-400F crashed just outside of Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on Monday, killing all four crew in addition to dozens of people on the ground. The aircraft had attempted to land at Manas Airport during a

Routes

Emirates Announces Daily A380 Service to Brazil

January 16, 2017 Joe Pesek

On the heels of its latest route announcement to Croatia, Emirates has outlined its intention to upgrade the aircraft to an Airbus A380 on the airline’s Sao Paulo route. Currently served by a Boeing 777-300ER,

Airlines

Southwest Announces Key Executive Changes

January 11, 2017 Parker Davis

Dallas, Texas-based Southwest Airlines announced Tuesday new changes to their executive ranks, promoting Thomas Nealon to President and Michael Van de Ven to Chief Operating Officer. Nealon, who rejoined Southwest a little over a year

Airlines

Norwegian Adds 130 Jobs to Growing Edinburgh Base

January 7, 2017 Tomos Howells

Norwegian Air is continuing with their expansion plans, planning to hire an additional 130 staff members to operate new routes from Edinburgh, Scotland. The open positions will include roles for over 100 cabin crew and 30 pilots in an effort to

Airlines

United Premium Economy: What We Know

January 6, 2017 Guest Author

In the fourth quarter 2016 investor day presentation, United Airlines indicated that it was currently investigating the viability of offering a true Premium Economy experience. If United does roll out this service (an announcement would

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