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Our Top 5 Favorite Airline Commercials

Let's face it, nobody is a fan of commercials, but if you are an #AvGeek you know that airline commercials can shed some light on other dull commercials. We all have been there when you are in the doctor's office and among all the car commercials, a commercial with an airplane comes on and you light up, trying not to make a scene while yelling "AIRPLANE!" In this story, we outline our top five favorite airline commercials that were aired…

A Letter From The President: Welcome to Our New Website

Dear AirlineGeeks.com readers, On behalf of myself and the entire team at the Skyliner Group and AirlineGeeks.com, we would like to say "thank you" for a fantastic two years. With our two year launch anniversary quickly approaching, we are giving you, our readers, a gift: a new, completely redone website.…

TBT (Throwback Thursday) in Aviation History: Song Airlines

In the early 2000s, Delta and other legacy carriers had a major headache to deal with: budget carriers. Airlines such as Southwest and jetBlue had started to dominate the Florida and other leisure markets and steal passengers from Delta. After Delta's failed Delta Express model in the 1990s, the airline…

Goodbye, Joomla! Hello, WordPress!

Today is the day that my team at AirlineGeeks.com has been waiting for since December of last year. We have been working overtime to make this new website possible. Our goal this entire time has been to make your experience as our reader better than ever before. We realized that…

A Guide to the New AirlineGeeks.com

Welcome to a new chapter in AirlineGeeks.com history. As you may have noticed, this is not the same site that we have been using since the start. This is a brand new website, made completely from scratch by the team here at AirlineGeeks. Obviously, with a new website there are…

TBT In Aviation History: Remembering Northwest Airlines

Northwest Airways was founded in 1926 in Detroit, Michigan. Their main focus was to transport mail and established a route between Minneapolis and Chicago. During this early part of Northwest’s history, the airline focused on expanding to smaller cities in the Midwest, with a route to Calgary becoming the airlines…

TBT (Throwback Thursday) in Aviation History (Part One); Air Florida…

The snow was falling hard at Washington National Airport (DCA) on January 13th, 1982. The flights that weren’t cancelled were forced to endure the long line of backed up flights waiting to use the main runway at DCA. As the planes queued up the snow continued to fall. In the…

New Low Cost Carriers Plan to Take to Canada’s Skies

With the changing of Canadian airline WestJet over the last few years to raise airfare to match that of Air Canada, the Canadian domestic market now lacks a low cost carrier. Canadian flights to Caribbean and European destinations are littered with low cost carriers like CanJet, Sunwings, and Air Transat…

Chaos in the Cabin: How the Safety Briefing Can Be…

Before every flight, airlines are required to give a safety briefing. The majority of fliers tune out this briefing; however, at the time it matters most, regret can set in for those fliers who did not take three minutes to pay attention to the safety briefing. After being apart of…

Silver Airways: The Cape Air of Florida

Weaving between the Southwest 737’s and the jetBlue A320’s that dominate Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport are the tiny Saab 340’s of Silver Airways. The planes may be a lot smaller than the national airlines counterparts, but Silver still makes a big impact on Florida. The airline mainly operates between Florida…