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NEWS Jun 20, 2024 How Is the Aviation Industry Combating Cybersecurity Threats? Aircraft use all sorts of technological navigation equipment when they are flying through the sky. But what happens when that equipment doesn't give the right readings? Read about GPS Spoofing, giving aircraft false signals to lead them astray. Read More →
NEWS Jun 13, 2024 The Future of Aviation Regulation: Keeping Pace With Innovation Regulations are an incredibly complex and nuanced topic within aviation. They can prevent the use of new innovations and severely inhibit progress. But by including regulatory officials into the developmental process, regulations can adapt to the new and changing aviation. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL May 31, 2024 Predictive Maintenance: Ai Impact on Fleet Uptime Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the aviation industry by improving airplane maintenance and reducing downtime. Through predictive maintenance, smart decision-making, and efficient resource use, AI helps airlines keep planes in the air longer and save on costs. This technological advancement ensures safer and more reliable air travel for everyone. Read More →
NEWS May 20, 2024 Iranian President Dies in Helicopter Crash: What Are the Repercussions? On Sunday May 19, the Iranian President died in a helicopter crash. The Iranian Government is already preparing to elect a new president as they navigate this novel crisis. Read More →
STORIES May 15, 2024 The U.S. Daring Mission to Steal a Soviet Made Helicopter Operation Mount Hope III was a daring mission executed by the US military in June 1988. Members of US Army’s 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment were able to pull off a dangerous heist without ever alerting the enemy or suffering any casualties. Read More →
NEWS Apr 22, 2024 New Data Suggests a Rise in Aircraft Near-Misses While it is true that plane collisions occur quite frequently, recent events may be overstating just how often they may occur. Accidents themselves do not occur as often as many believe and it is incredibly rare for a plane to experience difficulties during the flight itself. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Mar 12, 2024 Airline Operations During Ramadan: A Deeper Look at In-Flight Accommodations for Fasting Passengers With the beginning of the month of Ramadan, airlines provide passengers with the means to observe tradition, even if they are not on the ground. However, upholding fasting and prayer traditions can be challenging when scheduling a flight, especially with changing time zones and the sun setting at different times than in the passenger's departure country. Here's what you need to know if you are flying during Ramadan. Read More →
NEWS Mar 05, 2024 Lufthansa Considers Ditching ITA Airways Buyout After Hitting EU Scrutiny Deutsche Lufthansa AG, one of Europe's major airlines, finds itself tangled in a complex web of negotiations and regulatory scrutiny surrounding its offered acquisition of ITA Airways, the successor to Italy's former flagship carrier, Alitalia. The latest developments suggest that Lufthansa may reconsider its investment in ITA Airways due to the strict demands imposed by the European Union (EU) and the uncertainties surrounding the deal's antitrust implications. Read More →
NEWS Feb 25, 2024 FlyDubai's Record-Breaking Profit: Can It Compete With Major Airlines? FlyDubai, a prominent budget carrier headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, made headlines with its remarkable financial performance in 2023. The airline achieved record profits of $572 million, a substantial increase from the previous year's earnings of $327 million. Robust operational metrics, including significant growth in passenger numbers and revenue generation, fueled this surge in profitability. Read More →
NEWS Feb 19, 2024 Singapore Announces Sustainable Aviation Fuel Targets Funded by Ticket Levy Singapore is positioning itself as a leader in sustainable aviation by announcing plans to mandate the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for all outbound flights from the country starting in 2026. This initiative underscores the city-state's commitment to environmental sustainability and aligns with global efforts within the aviation industry to transition to greener fuel alternatives. Read More →