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Gabriel Kramp Student at the University at Albany, but grew up in rural Massachusetts. Dream job of aircraft dispatcher for Delta (favorite airline).
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STORIES Dec 22, 2023 How This 2-year-old Airline Was Able to Push $200 Million in a Single Quarter In the years after Norweigian’s struggles, more specifically in early 2021, Norwegian entrepreneur Bjord Tore Larsen announced plans to start a new long-haul low-cost airline but this time, to execute it well. The name was chosen to be Norse Atlantic Airways for this new company. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Oct 29, 2023 The World's 5 Most Unique Airports by Design While the vast majority of airports are built with the aesthetics and the design at the rear of the priorities list, certain airports worldwide are unique in design. This is actually by choice of those who built them, as the more unique airports can sometimes attract more notice from the media and, therefore, increase traffic to said airports. Let's look at the 5 most uniquely designed airports worldwide. Read More →
NEWS Oct 24, 2023 Smartavia Boeing 737 Skids Off Runway in Russia A Smartavia Boeing 737 overran the runway in Perm, Russia, on October 24. That morning, the flight, operated by a Boeing 737-800 as flight 5N583, was en route from Saint Petersburg to Perm, a busy domestic flight in Russia. The aircraft had 180 passengers onboard, in addition to six crewmembers. No injuries were reported. Read More →
NEWS Oct 11, 2023 Fort Lauderdale Airport Starts Construction on New $404 Million Terminal Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL) in southeast Florida, USA, is getting a 5th terminal to expand and meet the ever-growing demand in the region. The airport is also planning to rebuild and refurbish other important facilities. Read More →
NEWS Sep 22, 2023 jetBlue Expands European Presence with Boston to Amsterdam Flights American Hybrid airline jetBlue continues to expand its European presence with flights from Boston to Amsterdam. On Wednesday, the New York-based airline inaugurated services from Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS) to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS). This announcement marks the airline's third transatlantic service from Boston, with London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports already being served. Read More →
NEWS Sep 12, 2023 American Airlines Fined $4.1 million in Breach of USDOT Rules Major US-based carrier American Airlines has been fined 4.1 million US Dollars by the United States Department of Transportation. Read More →
NEWS Sep 04, 2023 Paying Homage to JetBlue’s Very First A320 Major North American hybrid airline JetBlue Airways has retired its first Airbus A320 aircraft. In February 2000, JetBlue commenced operations out of New York John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) with a sole brand-new Airbus A320-200, registered N503JB which has now been put to rest. Read More →
NEWS Aug 06, 2023 Flight Attendant Threatens No-Fly List to Passenger Over Catering Mishap A United Airlines elite frequent flyer was threatened by a flight attendant after an incident relating to an extra serving of Manicotti. Read More →
NEWS Jul 29, 2023 Oshkosh Day 4: MiGs, a B-29 Superfortress, and More Day 4 at Oshkosh was another action-packed day with some special new arrivals into the grounds. We caught up with our team as temperatures reached close to 90 degrees, being the hottest day at AirVenture so far. Read More →
NEWS Jul 27, 2023 Passenger Removed From American Airlines Flight for Calling Flight Attendant "Waiter" A passenger was forcibly removed from an American Airlines flight because he referred to a flight attendant as "waiter." Read More →