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We Love Airplanes, Yes We Do.

I would like to start of by saying Happy Valentine's Day to all of our readers. As you probably can tell, the team here at Airline Geeks LOVES airplanes. Each team member has a different reason, but each reason is just as good as the last. This article will be about why some of our team members have this love. When asked about for a reason that they love airplanes and aviation the responses varied from one liners, to quotes…

US Airways Retires Last Boeing 767-200 From Fleet

Original Post: Jan. 20, 2015 | Updated: Feb. 13, 2015 On Feb. 12, 2015, we will say goodbye to the last Boeing 767-200 operating scheduled passenger flights in America. US Airways will be operating its final 767-200 flight, US 767 from Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Philadelphia International Airport Thursday…

Developing: Fight Breaks out Inside DFW Airport

Update 11:19 p.m. EST: Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport released this statement a few minutes ago. DFW Airport Department of Public Safety is investigating a shooting incident that took place inside the Airport’s Terminal C at about 5:00PM this evening. The shooting involved one of two law enforcement agency officers from the…

Delta Air Lines Announces Record-Breaking Profit Sharing Payout

Delta Air Lines announced in a press release Friday morning that it’s employees will receive a total $1.1 billion payout as part of their profit sharing program. This will be the fifth consecutive year the airline rewards it’s employees, on top of being the largest payment in the programs history.…

American to Add Six New Routes to the Caribbean, Latin…

American Airlines has announced it will launch six new routes to the Caribbean, Latin America, and Mexico.  These new routes will further bolster American’s already strong market to areas south of the United States.  These six new routes are all pending government approval.  One new city for American is included…

TBT (Throwback Thursday) In Aviation History: Champion Air

Charter airlines are often overlooked in the aviation world. They operate irregular schedules on unusual routes. One of the more successful charter operators was Champion Air. Til their demise in early 2008 the airline provided service for sports teams, tour operators, and the United States government. The airline began was…

Our Top 5 Favorite Airline Commercials

Let's face it, nobody is a fan of commercials, but if you are an #AvGeek you know that airline commercials can shed some light on other dull commercials. We all have been there when you are in the doctor's office and among all the car commercials, a commercial with an…

American Announces Plans for Their 787 Dreamliner

American Airlines, on Wednesday, announced its plans for its Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.  This comes after a long wait and has made many eager to see inside of the new aircraft.  The interior configuration as well as the routes it will fly were revealed. Across the board the 787 boasts features…

A Letter From The President: Welcome to Our New Website

Dear AirlineGeeks.com readers, On behalf of myself and the entire team at the Skyliner Group and AirlineGeeks.com, we would like to say "thank you" for a fantastic two years. With our two year launch anniversary quickly approaching, we are giving you, our readers, a gift: a new, completely redone website.…

ANA Orders 15 Additional Aircraft

All Nippon Airways of Japan has placed an order for ten Airbus and Boeing jets worth a total of $2.2 billion.  The order comes as an addition to the order ANA recently placed to renew their long haul fleet. The order includes $1.4 billion between eight jets from Boeing.  Five…