Routes

South Florida Sees (More) European Growth

November 16, 2016 Daniel Morley

South Florida has always been a popular destination for tourists, with the pleasant year-round weather, beaches, and dynamic culture attracting people from around the globe. More recently, the number of European carriers and destinations has

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State Series

State Series: West Virginia

November 11, 2016 James Dinsdale

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,

Airlines

Emirates To Operate An All A380 and 777 Fleet

November 10, 2016 James Field

Emirates has been incrementally streamlining their fleet for a few years and now it comes to a conclusion. The airline has retired their last Airbus A330 aircraft (registered as A6-EAK) from operational service, which was

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State Series

State Series: Wisconsin and Iowa

November 9, 2016 James Field

These neighbouring Midwestern states generate a lot of agriculture and industrial goods for the United States. More known for their college sports, Iowa & Wisconsin do provide some options for travellers heading to the major

State Series

State Series: Connecticut and Rhode Island

November 9, 2016 James Field

These bordering states have a huge history while being one of the smaller states. Connecticut is the 3rd smallest while Rhode Island is the smallest state in the whole union. While these areas do not

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