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Study Shows Airlines Failing to Meet Emissions Targets

December 9, 2018 Parker Davis

According to a new study from the Atmosfair Airline Index, despite improvements in technology among many now-top-selling aircraft—including Boeing’s 737 MAX and 787 and Airbus’s A320neo —airlines will not be able to make “significant” changes

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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

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The New Wave of Long Haul, Single Aisle Competition

October 23, 2018 Peter Biondi

The airline industry is always looking for improvement, and every few years international agreements, new safety and operational rules, and technological advancements result in challenging competition. The reliability of the Boeing 767 and the ETOPS

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