Airlines

Finnair’s First A350 XWB Makes Its Maiden Flight

September 18, 2015 James Dinsdale

Finland’s flag carrier Finnair has seen its first Airbus A350-900 XWB embark on its maiden flight out of Toulouse. The aircraft, registered F-WZFM, took off at 11:20UTC on September 16th from Airbus’ headquarters in southern France before

Airports

New York LaGuardia’s Latest Overhaul Revealed

July 28, 2015 Joe Pesek

Amid much speculation, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans today to drastically renovate the aged New York LaGuardia Airport by combining four terminals into one large terminal, creating a skytrain to allow easier passenger access to

Airports

JetBlue Adds Grenada To Its Route Network 

June 12, 2015 Daniel Morley

On June 11, jetBlue Airways announced new nonstop service between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport. This will be jetBlue’s first route to the island nation and one

Airports

Sinkhole Causes Problems at DFW

May 26, 2015 Ashley Magoon

At around 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning, a large sinkhole opened up dangerously close to a runway at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, causing airport officials to shut down runway 18L. According to CBS News, the

Airports

Sizable Airports With Offbeat Names

April 28, 2015 Ryan Ewing

Most of us who live in the United States should know who John F. Kennedy or Ronald Reagan was, but when we fly into other airports, such as Lambert or Dulles, do we really know

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