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ROUTES Apr 09, 2024 United's Island Hopper Adventure: 7 Pacific Islands in 15 Hours on a Boeing 737 When it comes to serving remote communities, airlines are sometimes the only means to provide vital resources to these places. One such example is the "Island Hopper", a service by United Airlines from Honolulu (HNL) to Guam (GUM) that stops in various Pacific islands. Read More →
NEWS Mar 04, 2024 Two Qantas Boeing 737-800 Aircraft Collide on Tarmac at Perth Airport Two Qantas Boeing 737-800 aircraft lightly collided on the ground at Perth Airport (PER) on March 3. One aircraft was pulling into its gate while the other was stationary. Read More →
NEWS Mar 01, 2024 Woman Dies After Getting Ill on American Airlines Flight From Punta Cana A 41-year-old female passenger suddenly fell ill on an American Airlines flight from Punta Cana (PUJ) to Charlotte (CLT). The aircraft made an emergency landing in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos (PLS) on February 28. Read More →
NEWS Feb 28, 2024 SunExpress Becomes First Airline to Implement AMOSeTL Technology On January 10, Swiss Aviation Software (Swiss-AS) confirmed that a SunExpress Boeing 737 aircraft departed from Antalya (AYT) with the company's AMOSeTL software. SunExpress became the first airline to incorporate AMOSeTL technology into its operations. Read More →
NEWS Feb 27, 2024 Ryanair Flight Diverted to London-Gatwick Amid Flap Malfunction Due to a flap malfunction, Ryanair flight FR 3945, operated with a Boeing 737-800, diverted to London-Gatwick (LGW) instead of its intended destination, Bournemouth (BOH). The flight departed from Faro at 7:20 p.m. local time before heading to Bournemouth's Hurn airport. While approaching the destination, the aircraft started a go-around and proceeded immediately to London Gatwick for emergency purposes. Read More →
NEWS Feb 25, 2024 Southwest Airlines Transfers Lone Star One Livery to Boeing 737-800 Southwest Airlines is keeping the "Lone Star One" representing its home state, Texas. The low-cost carrier has transferred its livery - the set of symbols, insignia colors, and identifiers that aircraft are painted or vinyl coated with - from older Boeing 737-700s to bigger and younger 737-800 aircraft. Southwest has transferred six liveries showcasing the state where it initiated its first flight in 1971. Read More →
NEWS Feb 23, 2024 United Airlines to Launch Nonstop Flights Between Guam and Tokyo-Haneda United Airlines announced the launch of nonstop flights between Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (GUM) in Guam and Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) on May 1. United will use its Boeing 737-800 aircraft for this year-round service, accommodating 166 passengers, including 16 in business class. The route will be United's second service to Tokyo from its Guam hub after a route serving Tokyo's other airport: Narita Airport (NRT). Read More →
NEWS Feb 16, 2024 TSA Investigating Woman Who Boarded American Airlines Flight From Nashville to Los Angeles Without Ticket The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is investigating how a woman passed a security checkpoint and boarded a flight at Nashville International Airport (BNA) without a ticket or boarding pass. This incident is the third time in two months that a passenger flew between two destinations without any form of identification. Read More →
STORIES Feb 16, 2024 Alexei Navalny's Death: Inside His Politically Motivated Flight Diversion and Airport Detention Alexei Navalny died in a Russian Arctic penal colony after reportedly losing consciousness during a walk on February 16. He returned to Russia on a seemingly routine flight from Berlin to Moscow after recovering from a nerve agent poisoning in January 2021. However, the plane was diverted to Sheremetyevo, supposedly due to technical issues, and Navalny was arrested upon arrival at the airport. Read More →
ROUTES Feb 07, 2024 Copa Airlines Adds Raleigh/Durham Route: Which U.S. and Canadian Cities Have Nonstop Flights to Panama? Copa Airlines continues to expand its network as passengers worldwide become interested in visiting Panama. On January 15, the airline announced the launch of nonstop flights to three new destinations: Florian√≥polis (FLN), Tulum (TQO), and Raleigh/Durham (RDU). These destinations will be Copa Airlines' seventh in Brazil, fifth in Mexico, and 16th in the U.S., respectively. Panama's flag carrier will now serve 85 destinations in 32 countries across the Americas. Read More →