Opinions

Opinion: Airlines Should Charge For Carry-On Bags

November 7, 2018 Daniel Morley

In the modern aviation environment, extra fees have become commonplace for passengers. The rise of ultra-low-cost carriers in the United States has seen passengers being charged for everything from assigned seats to their luggage. Even

Airports

TUI Continues Growth at Doncaster Sheffield

November 7, 2018 Connor Sadler

Earlier this week, TUI UK – the U.K.’s largest holiday operator – announced a further commitment to Doncaster Sheffield Airport, including the start of a new weekly long-haul route to Cancun, Mexico starting in Summer 2020.

Airports

Looking to Istanbul’s New Airport

November 4, 2018 Parker Davis

The opening of Istanbul’s new mega-airport, meant to help alleviate the difficulties that have arisen from operating the current Ataturk Airport at full capacity, has been plagued with difficulties and delays as the initial stage

News

California Pacific Airline Finally Takes Off

November 3, 2018 Akhil Dewan

Startup airline California Pacific celebrated the commencement of its first flight this week. The one hour and 30 minute flight from Carlsbad, California’s McClellan-Palomar Airport to San Jose was the first time the airline was

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