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Interview: JSX Adds Third Texas Destination

As airlines add back service in preparation for their busy holiday season, Dallas-based regional airline JSX has announced it's third destination in the state of Texas. Beginning in January, the airline will fly two routes to the border town of Lajitas, located in west Texas. [caption id="attachment_47059" align="aligncenter" width="976"] JSX Texas Routes (Photo: JSX)[/caption] The new flights on JSX to Lajitas will begin on Jan. 8, 2021, and are currently only bookable through the end February 2021, but that could…

IATA Chief Discusses ‘State of the Industry’

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) chief Alexandre de Juniac delivered his take on the state of the industry at the IATA annual general meeting held virtually on Nov. 24. The executive called on airlines and other industry stakeholders for immediate action in working to open up the skies and…

A Brief Look at Cargo Airlines

When we ask people to think of “airlines,” often the first ones that come to mind are passenger airlines. While passenger airlines play a critical role in the global economy, cargo airlines represent mind-blowing logistics to carry freight around the world at lightning speed. A Brief Look at Cargo Airlines…

An Overview of Passenger Airlines

Since the dawn of aviation, airlines have become the most effective mode of transport for people around the world. They help us reach far-away places, friends and family with relative ease and at relatively low prices. An Overview of Passenger Airlines Airlines are among the most visible brands in today’s…

British Airways Selling Aircraft Cabin Merchandise in Christmas Sale

Christmas has come early this year for collectors and aviation enthusiasts. On Monday, CNN reported that British Airways announced it would be opening its doors for customers to buy items from aircraft that have flown all over the world, including tableware, galley carts, slippers and other luxury merchandise. The airline…

Finding Pandemic Success In the Middle of the Amazon —…

This is Part II of a series discussing Brazilian aviation in the more remote regions of the country and how it has fared amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Read Part I here. The existence of demand itself does not mean, of course, that every citizen of Eirunepé has the ability to…

Alaska Airlines Leases 13 New 737-9 MAX Aircraft

In March 2019, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounded the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft after two fatal crashes that killed over 300 people. Both crashes occurred after a single anti-stall sensor failed, forcing the aircraft's nose to pitch down and ultimately crash. Now, after nearly two years of design changes,…

Ethiopian Cargo Launches New Trans-Pacific Routes

Effective Nov. 9, Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services, the largest cargo network operator in Africa, began Trans-Pacific routes that extends from Seoul's Incheon International Airport in South Korea to Atlanta, United States via Anchorage, Alaska's largest city. Ethiopian, offerings remarkable freight services worldwide with reduced flight hours, seamless connectivity and…

Qantas Enhances Services Between Sydney And Melbourne

Following the border reopenings, Qantas and its no-frills airline, Jetstar, have announced that they will operate 17 return daily flights between Sydney and Melbourne, together carrying 4500 passengers a day. Victoria was the epicentre of the coronavirus in Australia, and the state has been suffered a nearly four-months lockdown that…

The AirlineGeeks Podcast Episode 23: Airlines Under Pressure

Thank you for reading the AirlineGeeks Podcast Recap. This article gives a brief look at last week’s episode of our news podcast. For our full analysis of each of these stories, you can listen to The AirlineGeeks Podcast on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts or through our distributor, Anchor. We…