Planes

GE Aviation: A Century of Innovation

May 26, 2018 Hemal Gosai

GE Aviation is currently one of the top aircraft engine suppliers in the world. This subsidiary of General Electric offers engines for the majority of commercial aircraft and continues to lead innovation within the industry.

Airlines

Palestinian Airlines: The Homeless Flag Carrier

May 25, 2018 Ian McMurtry

The term “flag carrier” is often bestowed upon an airline with a strong connection to its homeland. Airlines such as Japan Airlines, Aeromexico and Lufthansa have become staples of their respective countries of Japan, Mexico

Airports

A Look Inside Taipei’s Songshan Airport

May 24, 2018 Albert Kuan

If you’ve ever planned a trip to Asia, you most likely have stumbled upon the dilemma of which airport to set as your destination. Tokyo has Narita and Haneda, Seoul has Incheon and Gimpo, Shanghai

News

Lufthansa Group Announces Light Fare

May 23, 2018 Matthew Garcia

Starting this summer, all Lufthansa Group passengers will have the option to book Economy “Light” fares on routes to and from North America on flights operated by Lufthansa, SWISS, Brussels Airlines, and Austrian Airlines. The

News

LATAM Airlines Concludes Sabre Systems Integration

May 22, 2018 Pablo Diaz

Sabre Corporation announced that its customer LATAM, the largest airline group in South America, finalized the migration process aimed to unify two separate reservations systems into one across its combined carriers.  LATAM and Sabre migrated LATAM

Opinions

An Old Airplane is Not an Unsafe One

May 21, 2018 Daniel Morley

The recent crash of a leased-Cubana Boeing 737 has caused the media to focus on the age of the aircraft. The Mexican registered airplane crashed on takeoff from Havana on a domestic flight to Holguin.

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