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INFORMATIONAL Jun 10, 2024 What Happens to Pilots After Aviation Accidents? If a plane crash occurs, a government-led investigation will begin. The pilot is usually suspended from duties and undergoes extensive interrogation from the concerned authorities. 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 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 29, 2024 American Airlines Ends International Flights From Seattle: What Happened? American Airlines once had ambitions to launch several long-haul international routes from Seattle. The carrier even had a nonstop route from Seattle to London for a short period. However, the airline soon abandoned all plans to launch international long-haul service from Seattle. There are several reasons why these routes never became a reality. Read More →
ROUTES Dec 21, 2023 Kazakhstan's Future Aviation Plans Could Include Nonstop Flights to New York-JFK Kazakhstan's aviation industry has been growing rapidly over the years. Airlines such as Air Astana, FlyArystan, Qazaq Air, and SCAT Airlines have expanded their fleets and route networks. In a recent government meeting, it was revealed that new services from Kazakhstan to the United States, India, China, Singapore, and Japan are on the cards to begin in the coming years. Who will operate these flights, where will they go, and when can we expect them to start? Read More →
NEWS Sep 07, 2023 Biman Bangladesh Eyes Risky U.S. Resumption Biman Bangladesh Airlines has recently outlined plans to resume service to the United States. With a modern fleet of aircraft, the carrier is eyeing its return to the States after 17 years. 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 →
NEWS Jun 30, 2023 South Korean Carriers Reduce China Flights as Demand Falls Korean Air and Asiana Airlines have reduced the number of direct flights between South Korea and China due to a drop in demand and the deteriorating political relationship between the two countries. Read More →
NEWS Jun 10, 2023 Boeing to Produce Sustainable Aviation Fuel in Southeast Asia Boeing is partnering with the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) to study the potential of SAF production in Southeast Asia. The region has a high potential to become a SAF production center due to its feedstock resources. Read More →