Airlines

American Dismisses Gogo Lawsuit

February 22, 2016 AirlineGeeks.com Staff

On Monday, American Airlines dismissed a lawsuit it had brought against in-flight internet provider Gogo. In the lawsuit, filed February 12, American alleged Gogo has not respected its right to alter or terminate their agreement

Opinions

Can Air Canada Save the CSeries?

February 21, 2016 AirlineGeeks.com Staff

On Wednesday, Air Canada announced a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Bombardier for the purchase of 45 CS300 aircraft with options for an additional 30 and the potential to substitute the CS100. It is the

Airlines

Historic Agreement Sparks Cuba Frenzy

February 19, 2016 AirlineGeeks.com Staff

As part of the rapid reinstatement of relations between the United States and Cuba, the two nations jointly announced an agreement Tuesday to re-establish scheduled air service. The new agreement provides for 20 daily round

Airlines

Top 5 Books for AvGeek Readers

February 18, 2016 Joe Pesek

While it is easy to get caught up in the daily news of the airline industry, it’s important to remember how it has evolved significantly over the past 50 years. With that being said, we

Airlines

Boeing Delivers 100th 787 Produced in South Carolina

February 16, 2016 Ashley Magoon

On February 16th, 2016, Boeing South Carolina celebrated a significant achievement with the delivery of the 100th airplane manufactured at the North Charleston production site. American Airlines proudly took delivery of the milestone aircraft, a 787-8 Dreamliner.

Airlines

5 Valentine’s Day Activities for #AvGeeks

February 12, 2016 Ryan Ewing

Valentine’s Day is this Sunday and while many couples will have a standard dinner and a movie date, us aviation enthusiasts are always thinking of ways to change things up. Here are seven #AvGeek Valentine’s

Throwback Thursday

TBT (Throwback Thursday) in Aviation History: PLUNA

February 10, 2016 Ian McMurtry

Primeras Líneas Uruguayas de Navegación Aérea, also known as PLUNA, was formed in 1936 as the first carrier of Uruguay. The airline was founded by Englishman Sir Eugen Millington-Drake and started in Montevideo with de Havilland

Airlines

Grounded: The Future of the Skies

February 9, 2016 AirlineGeeks.com Staff

America is long established as a leader of the skies. Airplanes revolutionized the way we travel, spaceflight is the foundation for nearly every piece of modern technology, and unmanned aircraft are finding more and more

State Series

State Series: Delaware and Pennsylvania

February 5, 2016 Ian McMurtry

Since the creation of the first airport in 1909 by Wilbur Wright, cities in the United States have come together to create one of the most expansive airport systems in the world. Over the next few months,

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