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BA2276: “The Las Vegas Miracle?” A Pilot’s Perspective

Usually after any kind of incident on an airliner, reporters interview distraught passengers who are only all too willing to relay the terrible circumstances that existed on the doomed jet. These sort of interviews make for great television, as our brains instinctively fill in all the missing bits of drama that we know must have occurred. After all, we've seen this script played out for years in aviation disaster movies. The engine failure, aborted takeoff, and fire which occurred on a…

PHOTO STORY: A Behind-the-Scenes Look Inside American’s Hub at MIA

Along with being the gateway to Latin America, Miami International Airport (MIA) is one of the world’s most bustling airports. In 2013 it was ranked the 10th busiest airport in the United States, as well as the 2nd busiest for international traffic alone. The majority of the flights in and…

The U.K.’s Busiest Airport in Limbo: What’s Next?

The United Kingdom’s largest airport, London Heathrow, has been running at almost full capacity since the ability for cheap air travel was created back in the 1960s. While many plans have been drawn up, scrapped and revised, few solutions have truly come together to create an efficient system for providing…

Two Rebookings to Paradise: An American Airlines Review

I start this review with a question: what do the Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Breakaway and American Airlines have in common? Answer: they both take two days to get their passengers to Bermuda. I had booked flights with my family for a week long vacation in Bermuda flying out of Columbia…

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Cleveland Hopkins International Airport’s Chief of Marketing

This past Tuesday our Associate editor, Joe Pesek, was able to sit down with the Chief of Marketing and Air Service Development at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Todd Payne, to discuss the airport’s history, its once great hub, and its recent resurgence thanks in large part to low cost and…

An Exclusive Look at The Museum of Flight’s Restoration Center…

At first glance, The Museum of Flight Restoration Center isn't especially exciting. Apart from a beautiful Learjet 23 sitting outside, it looks just like just another grey hanger next to the rest of the grey hangers near the threshold of Runway 16 left at Paine Field. But, once inside, things…

An Inside Look at Delta Air Lines in Atlanta

For roughly 90 years, Delta Air Lines has been flying passengers all over the world. Led by CEO Richard Anderson, Delta isn’t only flying; they are thriving in a financially unstable airline industry. With more than 5,400 daily flights, 722 mainline aircraft, and nearly 80,000 employees, the airline is one…

An Inside Look at Delta Air Lines

[caption id="attachment_666" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo provided by Ryan Ewing[/caption] For roughly 90 years, Delta Air Lines has been flying passengers all over the world. Led by CEO Richard Anderson, Delta isn’t only flying; they are thriving in a financially unstable airline industry. With more than 5,400 daily flights, 722 mainline aircraft,…