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Breeze Airways Boosts Service To Florida

This past week, Utah-based carrier Breeze Airways announced a continuation of its expansion to Florida, in addition to launching service to a new state. Breeze also announced two new flights, one of which will be of benefit to those traveling…

Qantas’ First Boeing 717 Retires

After operating for two decades, Qantas Airways’ first Boeing 717 with registration VH-NXI will bid farewell to the airline in June. The aircraft operated Jetstar’s maiden flight between Melbourne and Launceston on the airline’s launch day in 2004. It has…

Museum of Ingenuity Charts Bombardier History

The Bombardier brand is one of the most familiar names in the global aviation industry and has its origins in Quebec, Canada. The Museum of Ingenuity J. Armand Bombardier (Musée de l'ingéniosité J. Armand Bombardier) in Valcourt, Quebec — ninety minutes east of…

Bristol Airport Expansion Remains Uncertain

United Kingdom’s Bristol Airport is facing a challenge again after the High Court gave a green light to an expansion. The original project was banned in 2020 by North Somerset Council which could increase annual passenger capacity to 12 million…

Airbus A220 – Corporate Business Jet Competition

In October 2020, Airbus announced they would offer the A220-100 as an Airbus Corporate Jet (ACJ), known as the ACJ TwoTwenty. The Toulouse, France-based manufacturer had limited success marketing the A319 as an ACJ with only around 70 currently operating…