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STORIES Aug 24, 2023 EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Raúl Revuelta Musalem, CEO of Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico I had the chance to sit down with Raúl Revuelta Musalem, the CEO of Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP), about the aviation industry in Mexico's Baja California state. My discussion with Raúl Revuelta Musalem focused on the aviation industry in Mexico's western state of Baja California. Raúl discussed the importance of Tijuana to the Mexican and broader global economy. Read More →
STORIES Aug 09, 2023 Championing Inclusivity at 30,000 Feet: KLM's Inspiring Initiatives On August 1st 2023, KLM chose to show its inclusivity by supporting the LGBTQ community. The air carrier scheduled two flights emphasizing its ideology, championing both the LGTBQ community and their allies. Read More →
STORIES Aug 02, 2023 Blown Sky-High: The Effects of the Russia and Sudan Conflicts on Aviation Insurance Costs Airlines need insurance for their aircraft to deal with the potential consequences of operating flights. The need for insurance has become more prominent in recent years due to a variety of conflicts around the world, including wars in Ukraine and Sudan. Read More →
STORIES Jul 06, 2023 Why Biman Bangladesh Might be Eyeing the Airbus A350 Biman Bangladesh is an airline whose fleet has gone through a major modernization in recent history with the addition of new Boeing 787s. Rumors had surfaced at the Paris Air Show that Biman was looking to add Airbus A350s to its fleet. Read More →
STORIES Jun 29, 2023 Southwest Airlines: A Unique Perspective Into a Unique Airline Southwest Airlines is quite the unique airline compared to other legacy carriers in the United States. This article will dive into what exactly this airline does to separate itself from others and attract millions of customers. Read More →
STORIES Jun 19, 2023 China Could Become the World's Largest Aviation Market Following C919 Release, Experts Say According to expert Philip Meyers, China's COMAC C919 may become a huge competitor between the duopoly of Airbus and Boeing. However, China still has some roadblocks to break through. Read More →
STORIES Jun 02, 2023 Exclusive: Interview with Scott Lewis, President of World Energy Supply Zero I had the chance to sit down and speak with Scott Lewis, the President of WE Supply Zero about the work that World Energy does and the company's plans for the future. World Energy is a 25-year-old company that started in renewable fuels in the late 1990s. The company originally started producing biodiesel and later moved to renewable diesel. Read More →
STORIES Apr 10, 2023 Air Service to Small Towns In Jeopardy While travel and air travel demand has rebounded massively since the pandemic has eased in most places, regional airports have seen major service reductions. Unfortunately, this trend is only getting worse and many small airports could be left with further reduced service if fortunes don't reverse. Read More →
STORIES Feb 13, 2023 Why Alaska Airlines Decided to Say Farewell to the Q400 Alaska Airlines, one of the largest airlines in the United States, recently retired its fleet of Bombardier Q400 aircraft which were operated by Horizon Air. Despite the challenges of retiring the fleet, growing demands and market influences made it a necessary step for the airline. Read More →
STORIES Sep 05, 2022 Hiring in Aviation is Back on the Rise The impacts of COVID-19 on the aviation industry cannot be understated. A previous report from 2020 noted how despite being one of the largest aircraft manufacturers, Airbus still cut around 15,000 jobs during the pandemic. The company claimed to not expect air traffic to recover to pre-pandemic levels before 2023, and potentially as late as 2025. Now in 2022, an in-depth analysis shows a slow return to normalcy, and hiring in aviation is expected to climb as the pandemic wanes. Read More →