Caribbean Carriers Split Between Profits and Bailouts

As the airline industry continues to find its footing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Caribbean carriers have sent mixed messages over which moves are to be made. Some airlines are chasing potential markets while others are looking for more government assistance as each island takes its own approach to handle the…

Bahamasair Boeing 737-500s Unable to Fly into U.S. Airspace

For the past ten years, pilots and airlines in the United States have had a deadline. As part of the FAA’s NextGen plan for air traffic control, aircraft flying in certain airspace in the United States are required to have ADS-B technology onboard. The deadline for the aircraft to be…

Logo Lineage Part 1: Connecting to Tourism in the Americas

For businesses across the world, branding plays a crucial role in public perception and airlines are no different. One of the most prominent pieces of an airline's brand is its logo, as it often appears on a wide range of items including aircraft, seats, food, advertisements and more. In this…

The Cost of Connecting the Caribbean: Overextensions, Fruitless Expansions and…

Looking across the U.S., it’s common to see carriers cancel unprofitable routes in order to move aircraft to more popular and profitable routes. Whether it is a single route or the dismantling of an entire hub, carriers are not shy about doing what they can to maximize their profits.  However, the…