Planes

Allegiant Says Farewell to the Mad Dog

November 28, 2018 Matthew Garcia

After flying for nearly 20 years, the backbone of the Allegiant Air fleet, the Mcdonnell Douglas MD-80, will flew its last flight in the sun-tailed livery. After a long transition process, Allegiant is finally putting

Planes

First Boeing 777X Heads to Testing

September 9, 2018 Matthew Garcia

Boeing rolled out the first 777X-9 on Saturday evening. The aircraft, a first of its kind, is non-flyable and will be used for static testing for strength durability for nearly a year. While testing of

Routes

American Adds Europe Flights, Reduces Asia Routes

August 22, 2018 Matthew Garcia

Dallas/Fort Worth-based American Airlines has made a large route announcement involving added European service and modified Asia service. For Europe, American will add routes from their Charlotte, Dallas – Fort Worth, Chicago’s O’Hare, Philadelphia, and

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