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NEWS Jul 20, 2022 Heatwave Causes Chaos at London's Luton Airport Europe, especially the United Kingdom, has been experiencing record-high temperatures. This has resulted in travel disruptions throughout the country as its infrastructure cannot handle such temperatures. This article reviews the Heat Wave and its effect on Luton Airport, which saw part of its runway melting because of the high temperatures. Read More →
NEWS Jul 18, 2022 Air Canada and Emirates Launch Strategic Partnership Air Canada and Emirates announced that they will be launching a new strategic partnership later this year. Both carriers have failed to see onward connectivity from Toronto (in Emirates' case), and Dubai (in Air Canada's case). This article examines this new partnership while focusing on the lack of sufficient point-to-point demand and connectivity. Read More →
NEWS Jul 16, 2022 DOT Grants Delta and United South Africa Slots For the past two months, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines have been fighting a legal battle to operate new services from their hubs in the United States to Cape Town, South Africa. In this article, we explore the background and the arguments of each airline, as well as the new decision made by the Department of transportation to grand an equivalent amount of slots to each carrier. Read More →
NEWS Jul 08, 2022 President Biden Nominates Denver Airport CEO to Lead the FAA President Joe Biden nominated Phil Washington to lead the Federal Aviation Administration. In this article, the historical significance behind this nomination is explored, as well as the crises that await Washington, should the U.S Senate confirm him. Read More →
NEWS Jul 04, 2022 Wright Amendment Blues: Delta Wins Right to Stay at Dallas Love Field After Legal Battle This article is written on the recent Dallas City Council ruling that Delta will be able to operate out of Dallas Love Field for the next six years. The article also provides insight into the history of why this ruling is significant. Read More →
NEWS Jun 10, 2022 United States Government Lifts All Coronavirus Travel Restrictions The United States has been known across the world for its strict Coronavirus travel restrictions. As of June 12 at 12:01am E.T. this is all set to change for all passengers arriving to the USA on international flights. Read More →
NEWS Feb 18, 2022 Iberia Airlines Announces Flights to Washington, Dallas, and San Francisco In this article, I analyze Spanish Flag Carrier Iberia's route expansion in the United States. Iberia has announced that it will launch a service between Madrid, Spain's capital, and Dallas/ Fort Worth. Iberia has also stated that they will resume services to Washington, D.C., and San Francisco from Madrid. Read More →
NEWS Feb 14, 2022 Airlines Cancel Flights to Ukraine Amid Tensions Many airlines have canceled flights to Ukraine following increased tensions between the country and its northern neighbor, Russia. Read More →
NEWS Feb 07, 2022 Frontier and Spirit Airlines Merge in Deal Valued at Over $6.6Bn This morning, Frontier Airlines announced that they would be merging with Ultra Low-Cost Carrier Spirit Airlines in a merger valued at more than $6.6 billion U.S. Dollars. After this deal, Frontier Airlines will control 51.5% of the merger, with Spirit owning the remaining 48.5%. Read More →
NEWS Feb 02, 2022 The Indian Rebound: Tata Group Officially Gains Control of Air India In this article, I analyze the history of Air India as well as what led to the recent privatization of the airline, as well as the next steps for the new owners, the Tata Group. Read More →