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Judge Blocks JetBlue, Spirit Merger

In a big win for President Joe Biden’s Justice Department, a federal judge has blocked the merger between JetBlue Airways and Spirit Airlines. The Justice Department sued to block the merger soon after it was announced, arguing that it was…

Disruptions Continue as 737 MAX 9 Remains Grounded

Airlines continue to feel operational pains as Boeing’s 737 MAX 9 remains grounded following Friday’s door plug loss and explosive decompression incident. Even with Boeing admitting its mistake, there is still no clear timeline for the aircraft type to return…

The Most On-Time Airlines and Airports of 2023

Avianca has taken the top spot in a global aviation analytics firm’s 2023 On-Time Performance Review. In its annual punctuality evaluation, Cirium examines on-time performance among airlines and airports around the world and highlights the top performers. The Most Punctual…

AirlineGeeks’ 2024 Commercial Aviation Outlook

Here we are; 2024 is right around the corner and there are plenty of developments to keep an eye on as the commercial aviation sector looks to write its next post-pandemic chapter. Indeed, the airline industry remains ever-so-cyclical as it…

Military-Run Mexican Airline Takes Off

Mexicana is back flying again for the first time in over a decade, albeit under new military-run management. Following some initial headwinds in receiving an Air Operator Certificate, Mexicana de Aviacion began service with a Boeing 737-800 that formerly belonged…