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Terminal A at St. Louis-Lambert International Airport (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Ian McMurtry)

St. Louis’s Master Plan Reveals Push for Single Terminal

What once started as a single terminal resting under the domes of Minoru Yamasaki might be returning once more as St. Louis-Lambert International Airport evaluates its future needs going forward. The airport recently announced its updated Airport Master Plan during the Airport Commission Briefing on January 5th, taking into account an array of flyers requests and discomforts about the current experience at St. Louis. These polls were run in 2020 and 2021 and were compiled to focus on St. Louis’s…

The Emergence of Moving ‘Man’s Best Friend’

When it comes to the transport of animals, cargo airlines have always been more than willing to provide to get animals from their starting point to their final destination. These moves can range from the Tex Sutton Equine Air Transport Boeing 727 for racehorse movements to one-off Panda flights by…

Delta Kicks Off Multi-Year Alliance With Team USA

Call it an 'opening ceremony' of sorts for the start of a long-term deal. Delta officially launched its replacement role at the "Official Airline of Team USA" as the Atlanta-based airline begins its role with the multi-sport committee. Team USA was previously flown by United, who vacated the role with…

Belavia Looks to New Leasing Options Following EU Sanctions

In the wake of the standoff at the Poland-Belarus border, the national airline of Belarus is looking for an alternative arrangement for future leasing deals that parts ways with leased aircraft that are tied to the European Union. The airline itself was called out this fall after being accused of…

South Korea Expected to Remove 737MAX Grounding Next Week

After 32 months of being grounded, Boeing has neared completion of getting the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft recertified to fly in South Korea. The aerospace manufacturer and customers of the Boeing aircraft are believed to get the green light to start operations again next week, following a grounding that has…

Belavia Clamps Down on Yemeni, Syrian, Iraqi Passengers After Threats…

Coming off a summer of heavy sanctions, Belarusian flag carrier Belavia is back under the European Union’s microscope after noting that the airline is allowing passengers from war-ravaged areas of the Middle East to travel on its aircraft and escalating a dangerous situation on the Polish border. The consistent flight…

SkyWest Experiences Mass Cancellations Following System Outage

SkyWest joins the growing list of airlines to suffer a widespread system outage, following a two-day fallout of a system outage that slowed the airline’s operations. The carrier experienced the same issues that plagued Spirit Airlines and Southwest Airlines in the months prior. A spokesperson for the airline said that…

ANA Welcomes Final A380 to Fleet

The largest carrier in Japan — All Nippon Airways — finally took delivery of its final of three Airbus A380s that will round out its fleet operating from the archipelagic nation to the Hawaiian islands. Much like its sister planes, this A380 once again graces the skies in a turtle-themed…

Air India Reunites With Tata After 68 Year Separation

After nearly 70 years apart, Tata and Air India are finally due to be united once again after the company won the winning bid for the flag carrier. With a $2.4 billion payout, the Indian government will surrender 100% ownership of the airline and its subsidiary Air India Express to…

By Land or Sea: A Glance at Bimini Airports’ Histories

Split into two major islands, the pair of Bimini Islands has long been a quick getaway destination for vacationers across the world. While most will make the trip to Bimini by boat, seeing as how the islands are the closest Bahamian islands to the cities of Miami and Ft. Lauderdale,…