Aviation and Airline

JetBlue Complains Of Difficulties In Securing London Slots

JetBlue has filed a complaint with the US Department of Transportation (DOT), complaining of the difficulty in obtaining slots in London. The carrier is very interested in starting up operations across the Atlantic to...

Happy Anniversary: Six Years Of American Airlines’ Boeing 787s

One aircraft that helped usher the world into a new realm of ultra-long-haul flying was the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The aircraft, which boasts a massive improvement in fuel burn and carbon emissions compared to...

A Problem For Days: Blocked Toilets On A Boeing 787 Dreamliner

A Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a complicated machine. The plane, which can transition easily from a Dallas to Los Angeles leg to a Los Angeles to Sydney one, and do both flights with ease,...

Cool: Spanish Summer Sun Under $500 From New York

Our latest flight deals article showcases some very appealing one-stop itineraries from New York to Malaga, Spain. Situated on the Iberian Peninsula’s south coast, there are few better places for guaranteed European summer sun! Air...

What Makes An Aircraft An “ER” Plane?

Commercial aircraft today can cover some seriously impressive distances without the need to stop to refuel. As airlines have looked to expand their long-range operations, aircraft manufacturers have developed ER (‘Extended Range’) variants of...

Impressive: Volotea Hits 90.7% Load Factor In 2020

2020 was a challenging year for commercial aviation. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic caused a huge drop in passenger demand, leading to heavy losses for airlines. However, for Spanish low-cost carrier Volotea, there were some...

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Mixed Results As Qantas Reboots International Flying

After initially rolling out flights to the US west coast and the United Kingdom, Qantas has relaunched flights to various other international destinations with...

Asia Remains A Footnote As US Airlines Look To Summer 2022

As US airlines look to summer 2022, Asia remains a footnote in the overall recovery. United, Delta, and American have all concentrated their focus...

The DH.106 Comet Became The First Airworthy Civil Jet 70 Years Ago

This weekend marks 70 years since the de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1 received a certificate of airworthiness. This achievement on January 22nd, 1952, allowed...

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