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NEWS Jun 13, 2024 The Future of Aviation Regulation: Keeping Pace With Innovation Regulations are an incredibly complex and nuanced topic within aviation. They can prevent the use of new innovations and severely inhibit progress. But by including regulatory officials into the developmental process, regulations can adapt to the new and changing aviation. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 10, 2024 Pilot Fatigue: Are We Putting Safety At Risk for Efficiency? In the cockpit of an airliner, certain situations force pilots to make split-second decisions that often-times mean the difference between a safe flight and disaster. The ever increasing pressure to push for more flights and higher efficiency in the commercial aviation industry promote pilot fatigue and threaten aviation safety. How can these issues be improved upon so that the skies are safer for all of us? Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Apr 02, 2024 Pilot Shortage: What Does This Mean for Air Travel? It is a well-known fact that the aviation industry is experiencing a pilot shortage. Just how bad is it, and how does the shortage affect you? Read More →
NEWS Mar 11, 2024 Ukraine Starts Negotiations With US and EU Authorities to Resume International Flights Despite the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, the country has been in official negotiations with international regulators regarding the possibility of resuming international flights. Commercial flights in Ukraine have remained suspended since Russia invaded the country in February 2022. Read More →
NEWS Feb 14, 2024 European Union Approves Korean Air's $1.4 Billion Acquisition of Asiana Airlines A merger between South Korea's two largest airlines, Korean Air and Asiana Airlines, has been under discussion for several years. After uncertainty over the merger's status, news emerged showing that progress is continuing. On February 13, the European Commission approved Korean Air's acquisition of Asiana Airlines, providing another green light for the merger. Read More →
ROUTES Jan 30, 2024 Austrian Airlines Launches Boston Flights, Expands U.S. Presence Austrian Airlines will launch nonstop flights between Vienna Airport (VIE) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) in July. The year-round service will operate six times weekly using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. The airline's sixth U.S. destination will be introduced during the busy summer season when many Americans visit Austria. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Nov 01, 2023 How This Two-Year-Old Airline Made $110 Million in Three Months An in-depth look at how PLAY Airlines posted a revenue of $110 million in just three months. We look at PLAY's business model and strategies leading to this accomplishment. Read More →
ROUTES Sep 12, 2023 Interested in Visiting Europe? Air Canada Will Serve Your Needs Are you interested in visiting Europe next summer? Air Canada is one airline that you can fly on if you're Canadian (or do a one-stop connection if you're American). The airline is adding new transatlantic routes and expanding existing routes from Toronto and Montreal. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Aug 23, 2023 From Paris to Dubai: Exploring the Best Travel Destinations Around the Globe Have you ever wanted to travel the world but don't know where to start? Maybe you do know where you want to go, but don't know how to get there. This guide to some of the top travel destinations includes not just places to visit, but information on which airline to take, and why you should take it. Read More →
ROUTES Aug 17, 2023 American Airlines Announces Massive European Expansion American Airlines just announced its largest trans-Atlantic expansion since 2019, as outlined in an official press release by the airline. Effective from Summer 2024, the carrier will add three new European destinations and increase services to multiple more cities. Read More →