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NEWS Apr 05, 2024 New York and New Jersey Earthquake: How Airports Operate During Major Seismic Events Can planes survive earthquakes? What happens when an earthquake hits a major airport? This article explains all that plus more, talking about the April 5 New Jersey earthquake. Read More →
NEWS Apr 05, 2024 Earthquake in New York and New Jersey: How Airports Operate During Major Seismic Events What happens to airports when an earthquake occurs? How do airlines respond? This article covers all that, plus what happened after a small earthquake struck the New York metro area on April 5. Read More →
TRIP REPORTS Mar 16, 2024 My Experience on America‚Äôs Worst-Rated Airline: Is Spirit Really That Bad? In early May, our writer Adam Schupak had the opportunity to fly Spirit Airlines between Newark (EWR) and Charleston (CHS). Considering all of the recent changes occurring within the airline, such as new cabins and policies onboard, he was curious whether or not the airline deserves the bad rap that people usually give it. Read More →
ROUTES Feb 24, 2024 United Airlines Becomes Latest Foreign Carrier to Resume Flights to Tel Aviv Many foreign carriers suspended service to Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) near Tel Aviv amid the October 7 attacks and Israel's military campaign in the Gaza Strip. Three U.S. carriers - American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines - suspended their routes serving Israel from various U.S. destinations. However, United will become the first American carrier to resume flying to Tel Aviv by reinstating nonstop flights from its Newark (EWR) hub. Read More →
NEWS Feb 21, 2024 Bomb Threat Forces United Airlines Flight to Divert to Chicago On February 21, United Airlines flight UA 1533 from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) experienced a severe mid-air incident when a bomb threat forced the plane to divert to Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD). Read More →
NEWS Dec 11, 2023 OPINION: The Air Traffic Controller Crisis is Real in America The aviation industry is enormously complex and requires the skilled labor of thousands of professionals each day to function smoothly. A major sector, though, is facing a pile-up of potentially catastrophic challenges that could threaten the stability of the industry into the future. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Nov 20, 2023 United Airlines Joins Growing eVTOL Market with Archer Aviation Archer Aviation is one of the largest companies developing electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. eVTOLs use electricity to take off, fly, and land vertically. United Airlines has ordered $1 billion worth of Archer's eVTOLs and will launch two routes connecting passengers in New York and Chicago to their respective airports. Read More →
TRIP REPORTS Oct 31, 2023 Tailwind Air: The Fastest Way Between NYC and Boston? Travelling between New York City and Boston is often a hassle for travelers looking to save time. Flying, driving, and taking the train all take over three hours to traverse the 200 miles between the two Northeastern Cities. One airline, Tailwind Air, claims to have a solution to this problem. Is the airline really the fastest way to travel between New York and Boston? Read More →
NEWS Oct 23, 2023 Air France Flight to Newark Returns to Paris Amid Technical Issues Air France Flight 62, a flight that normally flies a New York-Paris route, turned around back to Paris on Saturday, October 21. The cause for why is still unknown, so many eyes are turned to Air France's engineers to find the root of the problem. Read More →
NEWS Sep 17, 2023 TSA Agents Caught Allegedly Stealing From Bags in Miami Three TSA agents that were arrested in July 2023 have admitted to stealing up to $1000 a day from passengers at a security checkpoint in Miami. This comes as there is a decrease in confidence and trust in the TSA after many passengers have come forward claiming that similar cases have happened to them after passing through TSA checkpoints. Read More →