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How the Fyre Festival Burned Swift Air

February 28, 2019 Ian McMurtry

On the week of Jan. 14, 2019, two documentaries by streaming companies Netflix and Hulu were released and the companies would outline the events of the Fyre Festival in the Bahamas. Both Fyre Fraud and

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Ryanair Ends Partnership with Air Europa

February 24, 2019 Adrian Vannahme

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair and Globalia Group’s Spanish carrier Air Europa have announced an end to their cooperation that had enabled both airlines to share each other’s long and short haul capabilities. Ryanair‘s head of

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TSA PreCheck: Then and Now

February 23, 2019 Parker Davis

Millions more passengers every year will have the opportunity to capitalize on a simple airport security experience in the U.S. as nine more airlines joined the Transportation Security Administration’s TSA Precheck program Feb. 22. Those

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American and United Looking at Tokyo Expansions

February 22, 2019 Akhil Dewan

United Airlines and American Airlines have both announced that they have filed applications with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for nonstop flights to Tokyo’s Haneda airport on Thursday. Chicago-based United has applied for six

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The Lost Art of Airborne Ice Accretion Testing

February 21, 2019 Ian McMurtry

On Oct.31, 1994, American Eagle flight 4184 impacted the cold Indiana turf as the aircraft suffered from supercooled droplets freezing and compromising the use of the ATR 72’s ailerons. The immediate impact of this new

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