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INFORMATIONAL May 17, 2024 Is Sustainable Aviation Fuel a Viable Option to Replace Jet Fuel? With recent achievements in the airline industry with flights powered by 100% SAF, the question needs to be raised. Are SAF fuels a viable alternative to fossil fuels in the airline industry? Or do we need to keep searching for other alternatives? Read More →
STORIES May 17, 2024 How Caitlin Clark Got The WNBA Private Planes Caitlin Clark's arrival into the WNBA was highly anticipated, but who would've thought that it would lead to private planes and a CBA opt-out? Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 12, 2024 Historic Monuments Sometimes Prevent Airports from Expanding The National Park Service's Registry of Historic Places impacts the ability for airports to expand without written consent by local history and preservation staffs. 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 →
STORIES Apr 16, 2024 ANALYSIS: Iran's Airstrikes Have Destroyed its Aviation Industry Iran aviation has a long and complicated history. Although being predominantly domestic, sanctions have limited their expansion into other regions. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Nov 12, 2023 A Tribute to the Texas Raiders One Year Later The "Texas Raiders" B-17, owned by the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) started it's life as a Boeing PB-1 AWACS Registered as 44-83872 this PB-1W was among the last 20 B-17s built by Douglas under license with Boeing. It came off the production line in Long Beach, California on July 12, 1945 and entered service with VX-4, located at NAS Patuxent River in the United States Navy nine days later on July 21. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Nov 01, 2023 How This Two-Year-Old Airline Made $110 Million in Three Months An in-depth look at how PLAY Airlines posted a revenue of $110 million in just three months. We look at PLAY's business model and strategies leading to this accomplishment. Read More →
NEWS Oct 20, 2023 U.S. Resumes Deportation Flights: How do These Work? Deportation flights are an interesting affair since they usually do not involve the usual airlines that we mainly see operating flights across the U.S. Therefore, today we will discuss how deportation flights work and what the recent resumption of such flights has been directed at. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Sep 27, 2023 Understanding IATA Codes: Why do Airports Have Three-Letter Codes? Have you tried booking a flight, but destinations are only listed as three-lettered codes like JFK, CDG, OR LAX? Have you ever heard someone tell you they are flying to SFO airport but didn't know what they meant? Well, this article will answer the burning question for you! Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Jul 15, 2023 Where is The Safest Place to Sit On a Plane? Air travel remains the safest form of long-distance transportation. Even as the number of flights worldwide continues to increase year after year, the number of fatal accidents continues to drop. But even despite the highly-safe nature of air travel, one may still wonder: where is the safest place to sit onboard an aircraft? Read More →