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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 modified with ADS-B recently passed on January 2. However, for Bahamasair, there wasn’t enough time to get a third of its fleet compliant, a Forbes report stated. The national airline…

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…