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AirlineGeeks Year In Review: 2020

In an industry notoriously difficult in normal circumstances, aviation faced extraordinary challenges in 2020. As COVID-19 spread, the travel industry was among the hardest-hit industries as governments closed borders and businesses went virtual. As the year comes to a close, it’s time to take a look back at AirlineGeeks’ most influential stories of the year.  It is important to note that there is a lot we cannot cover in this article; if we tried to hit everything, we’d be here…

AirlineGeeks Year in Review: 2019

The aviation industry is certainly fast-paced, with developments happening every day. No two days are the same in this broad, ever-changing industry. AirlineGeeks has been proud to report on some of the major shaping events this year for enthusiasts and professionals alike. 2019 has shown how each year continues to…

AirlineGeeks Year in Review: 2018

Aviation continues to keep people and economies connected as more people fly each year. As the 125th anniversary of the Wright Brothers' first flight’s was celebrated on Dec. 17, aviation enthusiasts and professionals had an opportunity to reflect on the progress the industry has made since the introduction of flight…

AirlineGeeks Year in Review: 2017

AirlineGeeks has experienced rapid growth over the past few years and this past year was no different. 2017 was another fantastic year of growth for us. Along with the website, the world of aviation saw many firsts, but sadly also a few lasts, including final flights and the shutdown of…

2016: This Year in Commercial Aviation

At AirlineGeeks, this past year was one of growth, as the staff increased 50 percent and pageviews continued to increase. This piece encompasses all the major airline industry events that took place in 2016. Major Iran Orders In January, Airbus, Boeing, and Iran Air announced that there was a commitment for…

2015 in Aviation

2015 brought many changes to aviation as a whole. It had its major highs and unfortunately, in the eyes of many, its major lows. Notable Aviation Moments in 2015: US Airways Retires Final 767-200 On February 12, US Airways operated their final 767-200 flight. The flight, aptly numbered US767, flew…