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Multiple American jets sit grounded at Pittsburgh Airport following a sudden downturn in demand for travel in March. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

American Shifts Strategy With New Routes, Prepares For 737 MAX Re-Entry

While business travelers remain grounded, vacation-goers in the U.S. and abroad are slowly returning to the skies. In preparation for the upcoming winter season, airlines are pivoting their schedules to adapt to adjusted leisure demand that is anticipated. American Airlines is the latest U.S. carrier to adopt its schedule to new travel trends. The Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier is adding 23 new and unique routes to its schedule as it focuses on more point-to-point flying within its network. This news…

Air Transat Reinstates Its Flight Operations with Winter Schedule

Even though it may seem like travel demand will not return to its higher pre-pandemic levels for a long time, several major airlines around the world are continuing to add flights back to their current and future schedules. Air Transat, Canada’s largest leisure carrier, has officially released its plans to…

Southwest Releases Its Published Flight Schedule With New Nonstop Flights

Amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic and its massive economic impact on the airline industry, Southwest Airlines, looking for a big change and transformation for future travel, announced in a press release an enlarged flight schedule running from Oct.31 through Jan. 4, 2021. The airline intends to lure more leisure and…

VivaAerobus to Serve Chicago From Five Cities in Mexico

Mexican low-cost carrier VivaAeroBus is landing in Chicago with flights to five destinations in Mexico to be operated in one-time seasonal basis, taking advantage of increased VFR demand during the busy Christmas holidays period. Starting December 7, VivaAerobus will serve Chicago O’Hare daily from Guadalajara, three times a week from…

VivaAerobus to Serve Chicago From Five Cities in Mexico

Mexican low-cost carrier VivaAeroBus is landing in Chicago with flights to five destinations in Mexico to be operated in one-time seasonal basis, taking advantage of increased VFR demand during the busy Christmas holidays period. Starting December 7, VivaAerobus will serve Chicago O’Hare daily from Guadalajara, three times a week from…

British Airways Makes Long-Haul Route Changes

British Airways has made major long-haul route changes for the winter 2019/2020 season, according to RoutesOnline. The changes affect both aircraft type and frequency on important long-haul routes for the airline. The first changes go into effect from October 27 and is scheduled to run through the winter season. The…

Photos: JFK’s Terminal 4 Floods Amid Other Weather-Related Issues

Due to winter storm Grayson, New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) has experienced its fair share of issues. Sunday was no different in bringing weather-related issues to the airport. A frozen water pipe connected to the terminal sprinkler system busted around 2 p.m. local time. The flood resulted…

The Time-Consuming But Extremely Critical Process of Deicing Aircraft in…

Just recently, Southwest Airlines had to cancel many flights out of Chicago Midway Airport due to cold weather and deicing constraints. As winter kicks into high gear, it is a given that deicing crews will be out there working hard to prevent delays and make sure passengers depart safely. While…

Plane Busy: A Look at Colorado and Wyoming’s Busy Winter…

With spring approaching (or already here in some parts of the country) winter seasonal flights in some regions are starting to end. While many of these seasonal flights are to the Caribbean, some operate to smaller towns in Colorado and Wyoming. For some of these cities, the loss of seasonal…

This Week in Aviation: 5 Things to Watch

Northeastern United States Enters Recovery Mode After a long battle with Winter Storm Jonas, many airports in the Northeast corner of the U.S. will be recovering from the cancellations that they have been plagued with over the past several days. Crews will be on the ramps, taxiways, and runways constantly…