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INFORMATIONAL May 31, 2024 LEVO: Revolutionizing Private Charter Travel with Joe Moeggenberg A new startup is making a big splash in the private jet charter industry. LEVO intends to make chartering private jets easier, but how? Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 22, 2024 How Flight Trackers Make Flying Safer Integrating biometric validation, facial recognition, automated visa processing, ticketing, and boarding, coupled with ADS-B and ASDE-X, has evolved aviation security, ensuring a safe and secure travel experience. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 20, 2024 G5 Geomagnetic Storm May Affect Aviation Communication, Navigation A severe geomagnetic storm may interrupt GPS satellites, power grids, and mobile phone networks this weekend. It is the result of a series of solar flares that began on Wednesday May 8 and is expected to have its maximum effect on May 10-11. This is the first such solar storm to over in nearly 20 years. Read More →
NEWS Apr 12, 2024 Attending Coachella? This Airline Offers VIP Jet Flights For Less Than $1K On April 11, Aero Airlines announced a new partnership with a luxury hospitality company aiming to begin flights to an airport just minutes away by car to the world-famous Coachella music festival. The service, aimed at luxury travelers, is potentially the start of a long partnership between the semi-private airline and the luxury hospitality company. Read More →
TRIP REPORTS Apr 11, 2024 Flying for Free: A Day in the Life Our writer, Daniel Ren, discusses his personal experiences flying for free on Delta Air Lines. He shares some advice that can help you if you ever work for an airline. Read More →
ROUTES Apr 04, 2024 The World's Longest Domestic Flight: 21 Hours on an Airbus A350 Although it does not operate as a nonstop flight, Air France’s direct Paris to Papeete service clocks in at around 21 to 22 hours, with a stop in Los Angeles. It is one of the many airlines that operates the second leg of the journey from Los Angeles to Papeete. Read More →
ROUTES Apr 03, 2024 Going to France? Airlines Announce Massive Flight Expansions Ahead of Olympics Anyone interested in travel has likely visited France or has the country on their bucket list. France’s popularity as a travel destination means that several Canadian, French, and American carriers offer nonstop flights between North America and France. These airlines have announced new flights ahead of the busy summer travel season, with this year being especially memorable because of the Paris Olympics. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Apr 01, 2024 The World's Longest Flights to Latin America Air travel has made the world a much smaller place. Journeys that would have once taken weeks or months to complete are now completed in hours. You may have seen various lists of the current longest flights in the world. However, this article will take it further and list the five current longest flights offered from Latin America. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Apr 01, 2024 Delta Spent $1 Billion to Show Your Favorite Movies on Its Flights. Here's Why In-flight entertainment is a key part of the passenger experience, especially on long-haul flights. Many airlines have entire teams devoted to providing a strong selection of in-flight entertainment for their passengers. Airlines aim to appeal to film and TV enthusiasts amid the rise of film tourism: making trips based entirely around movies or TV shows. Read More →
NEWS Apr 01, 2024 South American Tourism and the Impact of COVID-19 South America's booming tourism industry seemed to evaporate during the pandemic. Although some companies are still struggling, recent evaluations of the region suggest that they are on the way back up. Read More →