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Opinion: The Problem of Aviation in Media

March 6, 2019 Daniel Morley

Often times the mainstream media is criticized when it comes to coverage of the aviation industry. More often than not, coverage is incomplete, inaccurate, or sensationalized. The aviation industry is often too complex and time

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Opinion: Please No More Flying Rooftop Bars

January 14, 2019 Hemal Gosai

Joon, the Air France experiment at courting millennials, has been in the news thrice so far. The first time was in June 2017 when the concept was announced, whereas the second was when operations began in

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Opinion: When the Customer is Wrong

January 11, 2019 Peter Biondi

Two days ago, someone sent me a video of a woman screaming at a JetBlue gate agent at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Although I’m a journalist, I’m also a former airline agent and have been

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Opinion: Airlines Should Charge For Carry-On Bags

November 7, 2018 Daniel Morley

In the modern aviation environment, extra fees have become commonplace for passengers. The rise of ultra-low-cost carriers in the United States has seen passengers being charged for everything from assigned seats to their luggage. Even

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An Old Airplane is Not an Unsafe One

May 21, 2018 Daniel Morley

The recent crash of a leased-Cubana Boeing 737 has caused the media to focus on the age of the aircraft. The Mexican registered airplane crashed on takeoff from Havana on a domestic flight to Holguin.

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