United Announces Expansion To Flight Training Center
United Airlines has opened a significant expansion to the carrier’s already large Flight Training Center in Denver, Colo.
American Adds Its Longest Nonstop Route, New Destinations
American Airlines will operate for the first time to Brisbane, Australia from Dallas/Fort Worth, which is set to be the longest route in the carrier’s network.
Frontier to Open Puerto Rico Crew Base
Frontier Airlines has announced the opening of its 13th crew base in San Juan, Puerto Rico, providing job openings and a positive economic impact.
Southwest Flight Attendants to Revote on Tentative Agreement
Southwest Airlines Flight Attendants Union TWU Local 556 has discovered significant issues with the security of data collected.
American Reaches Tentative Agreement with Passenger Service Agents
American Airlines and CWA-IBT have come to a tentative agreement for the carrier’s passenger service agents with a vote set to take place in the coming weeks.
Boeing 737 MAX Deliveries to Ramp Up
Boeing is looking towards the future of the MAX program, to produce and deliver more aircraft in the coming years, according to new data.
Allegiant to Add Orlando (MCO) After Decade-Long Hiatus
Allegiant will begin operations out of Orlando International Airport in May 2024, expanding out of the carrier’s large Sanford base.
U.S. Major Carriers with 865 Aircraft Ordered in Three Years
The three major U.S. carriers have placed orders for 865 new aircraft over the past three years. Boeing will deliver 74% of the market share.
DC-8, 737 MAX to Fly Side-by-Side
Boeing, NASA and United to test SAF benefits with 737-10 and DC-8 aircraft flying together. NASA’s DC-8 will measure emission data comparing jet fuel and SAF.
LAX Debuts New Airside Link as Transformation Continues
LAX has connected all terminals airside for the first time in its nearly century of existence and will continue to see improvements over the next year.