Airports

Here Come The Saints: Saint Helena Airport

November 1, 2016 Daniel Morley

In the Atlantic Ocean, roughly two-thirds of the way between South America and Africa, lies the island of Saint Helena. The island, approximately 50 square miles, is home to 4,500 Saint Helenians living in one

Routes

Singapore Launches Manchester to Houston Service

November 1, 2016 James Field

Changi-based Singapore Airlines has inaugurated service between Singapore-Manchester-Houston on October 31st, marking a new milestone for the airline’s operations at Manchester. This is the first direct flight to Singapore from Manchester as well as the

Airlines

SWISS Orders 10th Boeing B777-300ER

October 26, 2016 James Field

Swiss International Airlines and Boeing have confirmed a new deal for one additional Boeing B777-300ER (Extended Range) aircraft at a list price of $339.6 million. The airline has previously ordered nine of the aircraft type

Airlines

Croatia Airlines To Leave London Heathrow

October 26, 2016 Matthew Garcia

Croatia Airlines, Croatia’s flagship carrier, has announced the removal of flights to London Heathrow. Rumors of selling the company’s slots in London have been lingering for over a year now. London Heathrow has limited slot

Airlines

Saad Hammad Steps Down as Flybe CEO

October 26, 2016 James Field

Flybe unexpectedly announced today, October 26, 2016, that Saad Hammad has by mutual agreement stepped down from his role as Chief Executive Officer of Flybe with immediate effect. A search has commenced for a new Chief

State Series

State Series: New Hampshire and Vermont

October 25, 2016 James Field

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

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