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NEWS Jun 10, 2024 How the Boeing 737 Max Saga Is Affecting the B777x Boeing has faced multiple challenges due to the B737 MAX crisis, which has also delayed the development of the B777X. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 18, 2024 The Three Most Dangerous Airliners In History Aviation safety has improved drastically over the years. Manufacturers and regulators have learned from past events to make and certify aircraft that are safer for everyone. However, let's take a step back in time and analyze three of the most dangerous airliners that took to the skies. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 08, 2024 Smoking in the Sky Smoking in some places was allowed on airplanes until the early-2000s. Legislation and rules now prohibit it, which can land you with harsh legal action if caught. What rules against smoking exist in 2024? Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Apr 23, 2024 Dream Big: 8 Thrilling Aviation Careers That Don't Involve Flying Are you considering a career in the aviation industry, but you do not think you are quite cut out to be a pilot? Here are some alternative jobs that you can pursue if you want to work in the aviation industry. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Mar 30, 2024 How This Boeing 747 Went Supersonic When we think of supersonic travel, we immediately think of aircraft like the Concorde and various types of fighter jets. That's because these aircraft were built to regularly fly at supersonic speeds. But what if I told you that a Boeing 747 once went supersonic? Believe it or not, this happened back in 1991 and that's what we will be discussing today. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Mar 27, 2024 Why Pilots Never Eat the Same Meal Imagine you are onboard a long-haul flight, and dinner has just been served. There are usually a variety of options to choose from; chances are, one of the pilots may have also had a similar meal. The key word is "one," as there is a common myth that the pilots of a flight never eat the same meal. Read More →
NEWS Dec 22, 2023 Azul Orders More A330neos Amid Long-Haul Expansion Plans Azul Linhas AĆ©reas confirmed a new order for the Airbus A330neo following a purchase agreement signed in June. With this order, the Brazilian carrier hopes to expand its widebody fleet and as a result, its long-haul route offering. Read More →
NEWS Apr 27, 2023 United Tests New Boarding Process, Looks to Add Boarding Group 6 United Airlines is currently testing a revamped boarding process for United and United Express-operated flights at several United States Airports. Internal documents reveal the airline may add a sixth boarding group and reshuffle certain passengers into this new group. 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 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 →