Search AeroXplorer
Joshua Kupietzky
NEWS Oct 31, 2022 Introducing ROAM Maui, the World's Newest Semi-Private Air Carrier ROAM Maui, a new semi-private carrier, recently launched its service between the Hawaiian island of Maui and three destinations in the mainland United States: Los Angeles, San Jose, and Seattle. ROAM is the first of its kind for Maui, as it utilizes a membership-based model specifically for Maui homeowners. Read More →
NEWS Oct 12, 2022 American Airlines Set to Open 600-Room Staff-Only Hotel In October 2015, American Airlines announced their plans to build a new corporate campus next to their existing Fort Worth, Texas campus. Seven years later, the final addition to the new campus is almost completed, with the conference center and employee hotel scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2023. The new campus is named after Robert L. Crandall who served as the CEO of American Airlines from 1985 until 1998. Read More →
NEWS Sep 25, 2022 Virgin Australia Boosts International Flight Capacity to Bali Brisbane-based Virgin Australia is relaunching flights between Adelaide International Airport (ADL) and Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Read More →
NEWS Sep 14, 2022 Israel Will Ban Four Engine Planes in 2023 Beginning on March 31, 2023 Israel will ban the Boeing 747 and other four engine aircraft in a statement from the Israel Airports Authority (IAA) in hopes of reducing noise and air pollution. The IAA also says it has told airlines that they will not be able to operate large aircraft at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) for the summer season. This is part of a plan to rehabilitate the local environment surrounding the airport. Read More →
NEWS Sep 14, 2022 New York Court Approves $700 million in Additional Funding for SAS SAS (Scandinavian Airlines System), the Scandinavian flag carrier, officially secured the essential funding to continue operation. A United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York approved financing for the airline of over 700 Million USD. The Debtor-in-Possession (DIP) agreement's terms are almost identical to the ones SAS announced on August 14, 2022, with the financing credit agreement managed by Apollo Global Management. Read More →
ROUTES Sep 10, 2022 LATAM Ecuador Resumes Service Between Quito and Miami After stopping service in January 2017, LATAM Ecuador has resumed its direct route between Quito and Miami with daily flights this winter. LATAM previously operated this route from May 2003 until January 2017. When it resumes, LATAM will be the second airline connecting the airport pairs, joining American Airlines. Between the two carriers, there will be a total of three daily flights. Read More →
ROUTES Aug 30, 2022 Air Premia to Begin Seoul-Los Angeles Service in October South Korea-based startup Air Premia revealed plans to launch operations in the United States in October. The Korean startup will fly between Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN) and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on October 5th. Initially, Air Premia will initially fly this route three times weekly; however, within a few weeks, the frequency will increase to five times per week. Read More →
NEWS Aug 20, 2022 JSX Eyes New Service Between Dallas and Orange County Next month, United States-based carrier JSX will launch a route between Dallas and Orange County, California, to add to its network. Currently, JSX serves both destinations from other US cities; the pair will now receive a daily route using private terminals at each airport. JSX will begin service on September 29th from its Dallas Love Field (DAL) base to John Wayne Airport (SNA) in Orange County, California. Read More →
ROUTES Jun 22, 2022 French Bee Continues To Grow In The United States With New Route Between Miami and Paris Low-cost carrier French bee will commence service between Paris Orly to Miami in December. Miami is the fourth US route from Paris Orly, joining San Francisco (May 2018), Newark Liberty (June 2020), and Los Angeles (April 2022). This is not the first time Paris Orly and Miami have connected. Read More →
NEWS May 27, 2022 U.S. Startup Northern Pacific Expected to Receive 50 Aircraft By 2026 Alaska-based startup Northern Pacific is expected to receive 50 aircraft in just four years. With a rapid expansion planned, Northern Pacific is expected to make $1.3 billion in revenue and $120 million in profit in 2026. Read More →