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A Boeing 787-10 is towed in Charleston. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Chuyi Chuang)

How Aviation Fits Into the $2 Trillion U.S. Aid Package

In the early morning hours on March 25, the White House and Senate struck a deal on an aid package for U.S. businesses and consumers totaling $2 trillion. Even though it had not yet reached, the sweeping bill will make available hundreds of billions of dollars for businesses in need of bailouts. One industry that has been among the hardest hit in recent weeks has been the commercial aviation industry. Airlines, in particular, have lost virtually all of their customer…

Hundreds of Flights Cancelled at Santiago Airport as Unrest Continues

Chile’s largest airport has seen massive cancellations this weekend extended until Tuesday, after riots being held over hikes in public transportation fares led to President Sebastian Piñera to instituting a curfew, which takes place from 7 p.m. in the evening to 6 a.m. the next morning. Although air passengers are…

Updated: Airlines Extend Travel Waivers, Cancel Flights as Hurricane Irma…

As Hurricane Irma approaches South Florida and the Caribbean, airlines are reworking their operations in order to account for the monstrous storm. Irma, being one of the largest in recorded history, is anticipated to create winds reaching 185 mph winds along with massive storm surges. Airlines that operate into and…