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Cathay Pacific Invests in 38 Million Gallons of SAF

Cathay Pacific continues to follow the trend of investing in Sustainable Aviation Fuel by inking a deal with Aemetis for 38 million gallons of blended ...

By Thomas Tse • 10/02/2022
Spirit Airlines Airbus A321 Suffers Engine Failure Following Takeoff From BWI Airport

A spirit airlines aircraft departed from BWI en route to Orlando but had to turn back around due to engine issues.

By Edwin Sims • 10/01/2022
Avelo's Newest Base: Fort Myers

Avelo airlines is planning to open a base at Fort Myers. The new base will allow the airline to operate four new routes from the airport and station p ...

By Brandon McLeish • 09/29/2022
Virgin Atlantic to Join SkyTeam

London-based airline Virgin Atlantic has just announced it will join the SkyTeam alliance, headed by good partners Delta and Air France-KLM. The airli ...

By Jack Turner • 09/29/2022
VIDEO: Passenger Assaults American Airlines Flight Attendant

A Friday afternoon flight turned violent after a passenger assaulted an American Airlines flight attendant shortly after takeoff. The passenger was re ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/28/2022
Exclusive: Reagan National Eyes Replacement of Historic Terminal 1

Washington D.C.'s Reagan National Airport is set to replace its Terminal 1, formerly known as Terminal A, per a document released on the Metropolitan ...

By Winston Shek • 09/26/2022
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).

By Joshua Kupietzky • 09/25/2022
VIDEO: Sparks Fly From United Airlines 777-200 as it Departs Newark Airport, Makes Emergency Landing

United Airlines flight 149, a scheduled service from Newark/New York (EWR) to Sao Paulo, Brazil (GRU) departed at 11:24 pm when it experienced suspec ...

By Brantsen Gill • 09/21/2022
PHOTOS: United Boeing 737 MAX Slides Into Grass at Florida Airport

A United Boeing 737 MAX 9 slid into muddy grass during a rainstorm at Fort Myers Southwest Florida International Airport. After the pilots attempted f ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/17/2022
Cathay Pacific Warns of a Silent Cargo Peak Season

Cathay Pacific, one of the world's largest air cargo operators, has overhauled its cargo schedule for its busiest shipping season, but expects the upc ...

By Thomas Tse • 09/16/2022
Turkish Airlines Is the World's Largest Network Carrier

Turkish Airlines is the largest airline in the world when looking at August's available seat kilometer numbers. In fact, Turkish Airlines capacity and ...

By Jack Turner • 09/16/2022
PHOTOS: Air India 737 Catches Fire in Muscat

On Wednesday, September 14, 2022, an Air India Express 737-800 flight was delayed by 10 hours after smoke billowed from the aircraft's number two engi ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/15/2022
Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Transport Became the Most Tracked Flight in History

The Queen's coffin traveled via an RAF C-17 from Edinburgh to London (RAF Northolt) on Tuesday, September 13th. This was the Queen's final flight, and ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/14/2022
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 h ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 09/14/2022
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 Ban ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 09/14/2022
United Airlines Flight Evacuated After Smoke Fills Cabin

A United Airlines Boeing 777 departing from Amsterdam aborted takeoff after smoke filled the cabin.

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 09/12/2022
PHOTOS: Learjet Overruns Runway in San Diego

A Learjet 36 overran the runway at San Diego's naval air station. Two people onboard received minor injuries. The aircraft was under contract for the ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/11/2022
United Airlines Places Order for 200 eVTOL Air Taxis

On Thursday, United Airlines announced its order of 200 Electric Vertical Take Off and Landing (eVTOL) air taxis with Eve. The Embraer-owned startup, ...

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 09/11/2022
Rolls Royce Withdraws from Supersonic Partnership

Rolls Royce and Boom conclude their partnership for the development of the engines on their Boom Overture aircraft. This leaves the 2029 date for the ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/09/2022
Airbus Revokes All Qatar Airways A350 Orders

Airbus recently announced its cancellation of Qatar Airways' remaining Airbus A350 orders. This comes as the latest escalation in the feud between the ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/09/2022
Condor Offers Record Winter Schedule to North America Since Pandemic

German leisure carrier Condor has announced that it will now be flying to a whopping four additional North American cities during the winter season th ...

By Jack Turner • 09/08/2022
Norwegian 737 Returns to Trondheim After Birdstrike

On Monday, September 5, 2022, a Norwegian Air Shuttle 737-800 experienced a bird strike upon takeoff from Trondheim Vaernes Airport. The aircraft retu ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/08/2022
Private Cessna Citation Jet Crashes in the Baltic Sea

On Sunday, September 4, 2022, a Cessna Citation 551, registered OE-FGR crashed into the Baltic Sea under mysterious circumstances. The private jet was ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/06/2022
Hundreds of Flights Cancelled After Lufthansa Pilots Strike

The Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) union stated that Lufthansa pilots would begin a 24-hour strike starting at midnight Thursday. The reason: the airline's ...

By Brantsen Gill • 09/05/2022
PHOTOS: TAP Portugal Plane Collides With Motorbike upon Landing

Recently, a TAP Air Portugal A320neo collided with a motorcycle while landing in Conakry, Guinea. Unfortunately, two casualties were reported from the ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/04/2022
Man Hijacks Aircraft, Threatens to Crash into Mississippi Walmart

A Mississippi man has stolen and crash-landed a Beechcraft C90A aircraft after threatening to crash it into a nearby Walmart. The man survived the lan ...

By Adam Schupak • 09/03/2022
American Airlines to Eliminate Flagship First Class

American Airlines, one of the last major western airlines to fly a true first class cabin, is finally pulling the plug. In the coming years, planes cu ...

By Jack Turner • 09/02/2022
PHOTOS: Ground Collision at Barcelona Airport

Ground collision at Barcelona El Prat Airport (BCN) that occurred on August 30, 2021. No injuries were reported. The only part of the aircraft damaged ...

By Adam Schupak • 08/31/2022
United and Emirates Rumored to Begin Partnership

United Airlines and Emirates have hinted at future cooperation, as seen on a Twitter exchange between the two companies' social media accounts. It is ...

By Luca Joe Azim • 08/31/2022
Lufthansa Receives its First Ever Boeing 787

On the afternoon of August 29, 2022, Lufthansa's first-ever Boeing 787 Dreamliner lifted off from Boeing's main headquarters at Everett Paine Field ne ...

By Adam Schupak • 08/31/2022
San Diego Airport Sees Delays, Fuel Spills, and Security Breach in One Week

A major California Airport sees back-to-back days of delays and backups after both a security breach and a fuel spill.

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 08/30/2022
PHOTOS: Underside Panel Ripped Off of United 767 Mid-Flight

On Thursday, August 26, 2022, a United Airlines Boeing 767-400 performing flight UA 23 to Dublin (DUB) lost one of its main underside panels during it ...

By Adam Schupak • 08/30/2022
The Last Ever 747 Produced Is Close to Completion

After 50 years of production, the final 747 ever produced is set to take to the skies.

By Adam Schupak • 08/29/2022
United Airlines Flight Canceled After Taxiing for 8.5 Hours

A United Airlines flight was severely impacted by inclement weather on Monday, taxiing for 8.5 hours hoping to take-off until it was ultimately cancel ...

By Brantsen Gill • 08/27/2022
Ethiopian Airlines Flight Fails to Descend After Pilots Fall Asleep

On Monday, August 15, an Ethiopian Airlines flight failed to descend as usual after the pilots fell asleep mid-flight. The pilots, flying passengers f ...

By Jack Turner • 08/23/2022
Apple Air Tag Leads Authorities to Find $16,000 Worth of Stolen Luggage

A common occurrence turned into a criminal investigation shortly after a traveler reported missing luggage which was said to have $1,600 worth of item ...

By Brantsen Gill • 08/22/2022
American Airlines Restores CRJ200 Through Partnership With Air Wisconsin

Amid the retirement of American Airlines's CRJ-200s during the pandemic, American Airlines will reintroduce the 50-seater city hopper to its regional ...

By Winston Shek • 08/22/2022
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 se ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 08/20/2022
Air Canada Announces Acquisition of Two Freighter Aircraft

Buoyed by a 42% growth in cargo revenues, Air Canada is stepping up its game in the freight market by expanding its fleet with two new Boeing 767-300F ...

By Safa Trabelsi • 08/12/2022
Boeing Resumes 787 Deliveries After One Year Lull

After resolving a plethora of quality control issues, the FAA cleared the resumption of Boeing 787 deliveries. As a result, American Airlines received ...

By Daniel Mullin • 08/11/2022
Air India to Reportedly Lease Six Boeing 777s

Air India is planning to lease six Boeing 777 aircraft in order to provide a more streamlined passenger experience, while potentially growing its Nort ...

By Tejas Bhatia • 08/11/2022
PLAY Airlines Offering Free Trips to See Iceland’s Erupting Volcano

A volcanic eruption in the Fagradalsfjall volcanic system in the Reykjanes Peninsula, beginning on August 3rd, has been a new center of attraction for ...

By Shaikh Uzma • 08/10/2022
Aeromexico Flight Rejects Take Off Due to Blown Tire

An Aeromexico 737 had a rejected take off at Chicago-O'Hare International Airport. No injuries were reported, but there was minor aircraft damage.

By Jack Jarzynka • 08/09/2022
Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft? American Airlines Invests in ZeroAvia

Alternative-fuel sources or new technology, such as hydrogen-powered aircraft concepts, are one of several ways to reduce the aviation sector's climat ...

By Safa Trabelsi • 08/09/2022
Southwest and JetBlue Jets Collide at LaGuardia

A JetBlue a320 collided with a Southwest 737 while pushing back. Fortunately no one was hurt, but the Southwest plane was damaged in the incident.

By Jack Turner • 08/08/2022
Alaska and Oneworld Partners Announce Significant Investments in Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Seattle-based Alaska has just announced a massive new investment into sustainable aviation fuel, making good on their deal with Oneworld to boost the ...

By Jack Turner • 08/06/2022
Delta Air Lines Announces Nonstop Service to Tahiti

Delta Air Lines recently announced that it will begin nonstop service from Los Angeles to Tahiti. The new service will launch in December 2022.

By Brantsen Gill • 08/05/2022
JetBlue Reports a Net Loss Amid Record Revenue

Amid the recent news of a merger with Spirit Airlines, JetBlue Airways reported a loss led by surging costs. Nonetheless, the airline reported record ...

By Winston Shek • 08/02/2022
Southwest Removes Expiration Date From Flight Credits

Southwest Airlines has a reputation for caring for its customers and being the airline with a 'heart.' Now, the airline has made another announcement ...

By John Pullen • 08/01/2022
Alaska Airlines First in the US to Launch Electronic Bag Tags

Alaska has become the first airline in the United States to launch electronic bag tags. The electronic tags will make the bag tagging process much fas ...

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 07/30/2022
Civil Air Patrol Cadets Take Flight in Hurricane Hunter

The volunteer organization recently took on another adventure in their Louisiana Wing (LAWG) where cadets attended the week long LAWG 2022 Summer Enca ...

By Brantsen Gill • 07/29/2022
Man Stabbed at San Francisco Airport

A man was stabbed early Tuesday morning at San Francisco's Terminal 3. The man is stable, but this marks the third high-security issue at SFO this sum ...

By Will Hagen • 07/28/2022
Gaming at 30,000 Feet? Meet Global Airlines

Global Airlines is a new airline startup featuring a Gaming Class. The airline will fly from London Gatwick to 75 destinations across the world.

By Davis Turner • 07/28/2022
Air Canada and United Propose Transborder Joint Venture

On Friday, United Airlines and Air Canada announced a renewed effort for a joint venture, rivaling Delta Airlines' and WestJet's deepening ties. This ...

By Winston Shek • 07/22/2022
Heatwave Causes Chaos at London's Luton Airport

Europe, especially the United Kingdom, has been experiencing record-high temperatures. This has resulted in travel disruptions throughout the country ...

By Tejas Bhatia • 07/20/2022
Gulfstream Showcases G800 at Farnborough 2022

Gulfstream flew its new G800 on its first international flight to Farnborough 2022. The aircraft will be on display for potential customers at the eve ...

By Jack Jarzynka • 07/19/2022
Delta to Buy 100 737 MAX Planes

Delta is ordering 100 737 MAX 10 planes. The order will complement their narrow body fleet and offer unprecedented fuel efficiency.

By Davis Turner • 07/19/2022
Air Canada and Emirates Launch Strategic Partnership

Air Canada and Emirates announced that they will be launching a new strategic partnership later this year. Both carriers have failed to see onward con ...

By Tejas Bhatia • 07/17/2022
American Airlines Flight Attendant Named Longest Serving in History

Guinness World Records recently recognized Boston Woman Bette Nash as the Longest Serving and Most Senior Flight Attendant in History. Joining the Air ...

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 07/16/2022
DOT Grants Delta and United South Africa Slots

For the past two months, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines have been fighting a legal battle to operate new services from their hubs in the United S ...

By Tejas Bhatia • 07/15/2022
Virgin Atlantic Reveals Stunning New A330neo Cabin

On Tuesday, Virgin Atlantic revealed its newest cabin product on its Airbus A330neo, featuring a revamped social space, the most spacious suite in Vir ...

By Davis Turner • 07/12/2022
Go-Karting in the Sky? Lovenie Has You Covered

Lovenie is shaking up the future of aviation with a new go-kart product and business model. Tests commence soon, with the product on track to debut ne ...

By Davis Turner • 07/12/2022
American Airlines Triples Pilots' Pay Amid Recent Scheduling Glitch

American Airlines triples its pilot's pay amid a glitch that caused pilots to drop hundreds of trips.

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 07/11/2022
Hundreds of Flights Delayed from Orlando International Airport Following Fatal Car Crash

Hundreds of flights were delayed at Orlando International Airport following a fatal car crash on the morning of Saturday, July 9.

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 07/10/2022
Flight Cancellations Continue to Worsen in Europe

This is an important update on the UK/EU/US situation. The situation does not seem to be improving.

By Luca Azim • 07/09/2022
Delta Offers Passengers $10,000 to Switch Flights

Passengers on a Delta flight from Grand Rapids to Minneapolis were shocked to find out they were being offered $10,000 to get off the flight and switc ...

By Jack Turner • 07/08/2022
President Biden Nominates Denver Airport CEO to Lead the FAA

President Joe Biden nominated Phil Washington to lead the Federal Aviation Administration. In this article, the historical significance behind this no ...

By Tejas Bhatia • 07/08/2022
Jackson Hole Airport Reopens Following Lengthy Closure

Jackson Hole airport is reopening following an eleven-week closure. The airport now boasts a reconstructed runway and modern security facility.

By Davis Turner • 07/06/2022
Wright Amendment Blues: Delta Wins Right to Stay at Dallas Love Field After Legal Battle

This article is written on the recent Dallas City Council ruling that Delta will be able to operate out of Dallas Love Field for the next six years. T ...

By Josh Holsenbeck • 07/03/2022
Computer Glitch Leaves American Airlines Flights Without Pilots

A glitch in American Airlines' pilot scheduling system has left flights without crews. The airline worked to minimize the problem but issues still lin ...

By Davis Turner • 07/02/2022
JetBlue Partnership Provides Helicopter Transfers for Select Flyers

JetBlue announced it agreed on a new partnership with helicopter service Blade. Passengers with select statuses can now redeem credits and discounts o ...

By Davis Turner • 06/27/2022
Spanish EasyJet Crews to Strike

EasyJet staff in Spain now plan on striking in July. This labor unrest will have an impact across Europe

By Luca Azim • 06/26/2022
EasyJet Passenger Dies at London Gatwick Airport

An 82-year-old man passed away after arriving at London Gatwick Airport.

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 06/22/2022
Doha Hamad International Airport Named Best Airport in the World

Doha Hamad recently named world's best airport of 2022.

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 06/20/2022
United Partnership Brings Plant-Based Menu Items

United is debuting new, plant-based menu items as it launches a partnership with Impossible Foods. Customers can now consume an Impossible Meatball Bo ...

By Davis Turner • 06/18/2022
Ryanair Faces Six-Day Strike in Spain

Spanish labor organizations have called for a Ryanair staff strike arising from a failure to negotiate a collective bargaining agreement guaranteeing ...

By Jack Turner • 06/16/2022
The Airbus A321 XLR Could Start Flying Soon

The A321XLR, which promises to change the airline industry, is set for a test flight this week.

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 06/15/2022
Frontier Debuts New Tail Honoring Costa Rica

Frontier is launching a new tail to honor its flights to Costa Rica. The tail can still be named, and interested individuals have until June 11 to vot ...

By Davis Turner • 06/12/2022
United States Government Lifts All Coronavirus Travel Restrictions

The United States has been known across the world for its strict Coronavirus travel restrictions. As of June 12 at 12:01am E.T. this is all set to cha ...

By Luca Azim • 06/10/2022
Comair Group Suspends All Flights

One of South Africa's largest airline operators, Comair, has suspended all flights with immediate effect due to insufficient funds. Operating flights ...

By Jack Turner • 06/06/2022
President Biden Evacuated From Delaware Home After Aircraft Enters Restricted Airspace

Biden evacuated after restricted airspace infiltrated.

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 06/04/2022
UK Passengers Face Delays and Cancelations Amid Travel Pressures

Travelers in the UK have faced chaos and delays amid a sudden increase in travel demand. Staff shortages and insufficient support have resulted in str ...

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 06/04/2022
American and Qatar Expand Strategic Alliance

Qatar and American Airlines are launching a new codeshare. Passengers flying on both airlines will have access to a plethora of new destinations via t ...

By Davis Turner • 06/03/2022
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 expec ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 05/27/2022
British Air and Iberia Owners IAG Announce New Boeing 737 MAX Order

IAG announces new order for Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, part of short-haul renewal program.

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 05/26/2022
United Airlines Returns To Norway

On May 20th, United Airlines new service connecting Newark (EWR) to Bergen (BGO) began, which also marks United Airlines return to Norway. It is Berge ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 05/23/2022
Alaska Airlines Suffering From Repeated Flight Cancellations

Article describing the roughly 4% flight cancellations of Alaska Airlines 1200 daily flight cancellations. This comes as a nationwide pilot shortage a ...

By Luke Zinn • 05/19/2022
JetBlue Launches Hostile Takeover Bid to Acquire Spirit Airlines

Yet another twist occurred this morning when JetBlue launched a hostile takeover bid to win back Spirit from Frontier Airlines. JetBlue is now offerin ...

By John Pullen • 05/16/2022
EU Scraps Mask Mandate on Flights

The EU is removing its mask recommendation on flights. From May 16 onwards, passengers have limited guidance surrounding mask wearing.

By Davis Turner • 05/12/2022
FAA Wants Airlines To Replace 5G Sensitive Equipment

Airlines industry leaders are expected to meet with officials from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to speak about issues relating to 5G. Acc ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 05/06/2022
Introducing Italy's Newest Airline: Aeroitalia

Starting later this year privately owned Aeroitalia will become Italy's newest airline. The new venture is run by experienced aviation professionals a ...

By Jack Turner • 05/05/2022
Air Traffic Between Europe and Asia Rises in the Face of Russian Airspace Ban

Despite UK and EU airlines facing bans from Russian airspace, aviation data firm OAG has recorded rises in scheduled seats between Europe and Asia.

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 05/02/2022
Maskless Flights Between United States and Britain Are Here

Following the voiding of the United States mask mandate, combined with a similar ruling in the UK, it seems that maskless flights between the US and t ...

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 04/22/2022
American Airlines Resuming Practice Flights for Kids with Autism and Anxiety

American Airlines is resuming their popular "It's Okay to Fly American" program after a two year covid-induced hiatus. The autism-targeted program is ...

By Jack Turner • 04/20/2022
UPS Takes Delivery of Final 747, Marking the End of an Era

UPS took delivery of its last Boeing 747 aircraft on April 8, 2022. This marks a massive milestone for both the cargo carrier and Boeing.

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 04/19/2022
Airlines Drop Mask Policy After Federal Mandate Is Blocked

Following a federal judge's decision to void the federal mask mandate, airlines strike down on their policy. The sudden decision has left many still c ...

By H S • 04/18/2022
Individual Shoots Themself at Nashville International Airport

An individual was injured at Nashville International Airport last Sunday after discharging his weapon in the baggage claim area, sources say.

By Daniel Mena • 04/17/2022
Jackson Hole Airport to Close Temporarily Beginning April 11

Wyoming's busiest airport is closing to the public for over two months to accommodate a major runway reconstruction project (among other improvement e ...

By Jack Turner • 04/17/2022
Condor Reveals New Vacation Inspired Livery

On Monday, Frankfurt-based carrier Condor revealed its new vacation-inspired livery at Toulouse on its first Airbus A330neo. This new branding has spa ...

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 04/14/2022
De Havilland To Bring DHC-515 To Market

De Havilland Aircraft has made progress in its program for a new firefighting aircraft. The advancements this plane will have could save lives in the ...

By Luca Azim • 04/06/2022
JetBlue Makes Bid To Acquire Spirit Airlines

Just after Frontier announced its plan to purchase Spirit Airlines, JetBlue made an even more generous bid to purchase the ultra-low-cost carrier. Thi ...

By John Pullen • 04/05/2022
Mexico City Opens New Airport

Mexico City has just opened a new airport. Some object to its distant location and cost, but regardless, the airport is a much needed upgrade for the ...

By Jack Turner • 04/03/2022
Delta Flight Diverts After Windshield Cracks Mid-Flight

A Delta Airlines flight was forced to divert after a windshield crack. No one was injured and passengers were able to reach Washington later that day.

By Davis Turner • 04/03/2022
British Airways Becomes First Carrier to Take Delivery of Commercially Produced SAF in the UK

British Airways became the first airline in the world this week to take delivery of SAF produced commercially in the UK.

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 04/02/2022
Charlotte Airport Opens New Club Lounge

A new "Club Lounge" has opened at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, providing guests with fancy amenities in a sleek, modern facility. These lo ...

By Davis Turner • 04/01/2022
Wanna Get Away Plus: Southwest\'s Newest Fare Type

Southwest Airlines, the world’s largest low-cost carrier, has recently unveiled its new fare type: Wanna Get Away Plus. This new fare, which will be ...

By John Pullen • 03/28/2022
Air Canada Announces Acquisition of 26 New Airbus A321XLR Aircraft

Recently, Air Canada announced its order of 26 new Airbus A321XLR aircraft. This order will allow it to modernize its fleet and position itself for gr ...

By Zachary Liddy-Davis • 03/27/2022
Disruptive Emirates Passenger Arrested in Manchester

A disruptive passenger onboard an Emirates Airbus A380 flight from Dubai was arrested after landing at Manchester Airport. The incident occurs as the ...

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 03/24/2022
Southwest Airlines Becomes Official Airline of Colorado Rockies

In the past few years, Denver has become a city of importance for low-fare king Southwest Airlines. After new route additions during the pandemic were ...

By John Pullen • 03/23/2022
Spirit Airlines Grows Presence in San Diego for First Time in Five Years

Ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines is now joining Southwest as the second airline to operate flights from San Diego to Oakland. Spirit's ultra-low ...

By Jack Turner • 03/18/2022
Lufthansa Returns Airbus A340-600 to Service

After nearly two years in storage, Lufthansa has decided to bring its A340-600s back into service. Five of the aircraft type should be ready to fly by ...

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 03/16/2022
United Kingdom Lifts all Travel Restrictions

The UK has announced that all travel restrictions will be lifted from 4 AM Friday morning, regardless of vaccination status. Heathrow Airport, along w ...

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 03/14/2022
Etihad Airways to Launch A350 Flights in Three Weeks

Etihad is launching commercial service on their Airbus A350-1000s after keeping the planes in storage for more than two years. The planes won't fly on ...

By Jack Turner • 03/13/2022
Alaska Airlines Hijacking Scare: 10-year-old AirDrops Threat to Fellow Passenger

An Alaska Airlines flight was forced to hold on the ground for an hour following a hijacking threat. This threat turned out to be a prank from one of ...

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 03/10/2022
TSA Airlines Mask Mandate Extended Until April 18

The federal mask mandate has been extended for airlines through April 18. This extension came just before the mandate was set to expire at the end of ...

By Daniel Mena • 03/10/2022
British Airways' 85-Minute 787 Flight

British Airways long-haul aircraft are rarely seen around Europe. But with higher cargo demand, especially since the beginning of the pandemic, the sm ...

By Ejaaz Cadinouche • 03/09/2022
ANA Group Launches New Subsidiary AirJapan

The ANA Group is launching a new medium-haul international subsidiary, AirJapan. The service will reach new destinations in Oceania and Asia using the ...

By Davis Turner • 03/09/2022
Aircraft Crashes On Highway Near Denver

Two people were injured when a Cessna aircraft crashed in a highway median near Centennial Airport south of Denver. This is the third crash the airpor ...

By John Pullen • 03/09/2022
Aeroflot Suspending International Flights on March 8

Aeroflot is now joining S7 in suspending international operations as a result of sanctions. With the threat of planes being seized outside of Russian ...

By Jack Turner • 03/06/2022
United Suspends India Flights Due to Russian Airspace Closure

As the war in Ukraine rages, Western countries have begun restricting airspace to Russian airlines, which have been met with reciprocal airspace bans ...

By Jiahao Guo • 03/02/2022
Qantas Reroutes Iconic London Route Due to War in Ukraine

Qantas re-routes iconic 'Kangaroo route' to over the middle east.

By Ethan Sewell • 03/01/2022
Antonov AN-225 Mriya to Be Restored

The Antonov AN-225 Mriya was destroyed by Russian forces but will be restored.

By Arkin Si • 02/28/2022
China Southern Airlines to Retire A380 Fleet



By Andy Zhao • 02/25/2022
Is the Mystery of MH370 Solved?

The MH370 crash may eventually be solved Richard Godfrey has submitted research to suggest that it is still out there but not where previously though ...

By Luca Azim • 02/24/2022
Ukrainian Civil Airspace Closed

After a standoff spanning several weeks, Russian troops have reportedly begun invading Ukraine. Tensions are now higher than ever, and a war is underw ...

By Daniel Mena • 02/23/2022
Airbus Announces Hydrogen Engine Testing on the Airbus A380

Airbus has announced plans to test hydrogen technology on their a380. While the tests will not commence until 2026 at the earliest, Airbus is fully co ...

By Davis Turner • 02/22/2022
Australian Borders Open for the First Time in Two Years

Australia is opening their borders to international travelers for the first time in two years. Australian and American airlines alike are already bank ...

By Davis Turner • 02/22/2022
Two Hospitalized After Helicopter Crashes Just Offshore from Miami Beach

On Saturday, a Robinson R22 helicopter crashed into the water just off the coast of Miami Beach. Two passengers of the helicopter were hospitalized, b ...

By Arkin Si • 02/20/2022
Iberia Airlines Announces Flights to Washington, Dallas, and San Francisco

In this article, I analyze Spanish Flag Carrier Iberia's route expansion in the United States. Iberia has announced that it will launch a service betw ...

By Tejas Bhatia • 02/18/2022
Alaska Airlines Launches Flight Subscription Service

Alaska has a new subscription service. Flights are from 16 airports in CA to Las Vegas, Reno and Phoenix.

By Luca Azim • 02/17/2022
The Famous United Airlines Star Wars Plane is No More

Today marks the end of the line for N36272, which is set to fly to Amarillo tonight for repainting. This Boeing 737-800 was famously painted with a St ...

By Daniel Mena • 02/15/2022
Airlines Cancel Flights to Ukraine Amid Tensions

Many airlines have canceled flights to Ukraine following increased tensions between the country and its northern neighbor, Russia.

By Daniel Mena • 02/14/2022
Air France Expanding Summer 2022 Operations

Air France is expanding their summer route network. This includes a reinstatement of the flight from Orly to New York JFK.

By Davis Turner • 02/10/2022
Southwest Airlines Reports Fourth Quarter Profit

Southwest Airlines recently posted a 68 million dollar profit for the fourth quarter of 2021. This marks a significant milestone in the airline’s re ...

By John Pullen • 02/08/2022
Frontier Airlines Encounters Operational Meltdown After Merger Announcement

Frontier Airlines has been drawing attention recently. On the same day they announced their major merger with rival ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airl ...

By John Pullen • 02/07/2022
Frontier and Spirit Airlines Merge in Deal Valued at Over $6.6Bn

This morning, Frontier Airlines announced that they would be merging with Ultra Low-Cost Carrier Spirit Airlines in a merger valued at more than $6.6 ...

By Daniel Mena • 02/07/2022
Kenya Airways' Debt-Restructuring

An update on the Kenyan Airways situation. They are to restructure their debt.

By Luca Azim • 02/06/2022
American's Big New Boeing 737 MAX Order

American Airlines has announced that it has firmed options for an additional 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. Deliveries of these 30 additional planes wi ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 02/05/2022
Qatar vs Airbus: A Never-Ending Saga

This is about the long battle between Qatar and Airbus over the last 6 months. It also goes into the new order for Boeing.

By Nico Marvin • 02/04/2022
The Indian Rebound: Tata Group Officially Gains Control of Air India

In this article, I analyze the history of Air India as well as what led to the recent privatization of the airline, as well as the next steps for the ...

By Tejas Bhatia • 02/02/2022
Boeing Recieves Important Order From Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways recently ordered over fifty Boeing jets while becoming the launch customer for a new freighter variant to the 777X. This decision comes ...

By John Pullen • 01/31/2022
British Airways Announces New Home at JFK Terminal 8

Exciting news about BA and their move to T8 at JFK. From Dec 1, they will share Terminals 7 and 8.

By Luca Azim • 01/31/2022
Boom's New Production Facility For Supersonic Planes

Boom Supersonic has announced a new contract with the Air Force, as well as its new production facility.

By Arkin Si • 01/28/2022
Cirrus Aircraft Reveals 6th Generation SR Series

Cirrus Aircraft has released the latest generation of their SR series of aircraft.

By Jack Jarzynka • 01/27/2022
US-China Aviation Tensions Inflamed After New Cancellations Announced

The United States Department of Transportation is forcing the cancellation of China-bound flights operated by Chinese airlines. The move comes as a re ...

By Davis Turner • 01/26/2022
WHO Calls for the Lifting of Travel Bans

The WHO recently called for the lifting of COVID-19-related travel restrictions.

By Arkin Si • 01/25/2022
Swiss Takes Delivery of its First 'Airspace' A320neo

SWISS Airlines recently took delivery of its first Airbus A320neo to be equipped with its signature "Airspace Cabin". The new cabin features redesigne ...

By Daniel Mena • 01/23/2022
Berlin's "Troubled" Brandenburg Airport One Year On

An update on Berlin Brandenburg. The airport is still suffering from losses

By Luca Azim • 01/22/2022
American Airlines Reports $2 Billion Loss in 2021

American Airlines released their 2021 Financial Statement revealing a $2 billion net loss. This is an incredible recovery from their heavy losses in 2 ...

By Jack Jarzynka • 01/22/2022
5G Rollout Expected to Delay Over 345,000 Flights

5G roll-out in the USA has been countered by the US aviation industry. The battle between wireless and the aviation industry was prolonged to research ...

By Nico Marvin • 01/17/2022
American Airlines And Aer Lingus Launch Codeshare Agreement

On January 11th American Airlines and Aer Lingus launched a new codeshare agreement that will cover flights between Europe and the United States. The ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 01/14/2022
Lufthansa Group to Operate 18,000 Near-Empty Flights

With Omicron getting worse, The Lufthansa Group is now flying up to 18,000 empty or near empty flights this winter. While this is sure to disappoint e ...

By Jack Turner • 01/11/2022
Philippine Airlines Exits Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Philippine Airlines has now emerged from bankruptcy ready to increase their market share in East Asia. With lofty plans on the horizon, the airline is ...

By Davis Turner • 01/10/2022
Allegiant Announces Order for 50 737 MAX Planes

In an unprecedented move, Allegiant Airlines is expanding their fleet by purchasing 50 Boeing 737 MAX planes. As the pandemic eases in the coming mont ...

By Davis Turner • 01/07/2022
Winter Storm Prompts Hundreds of Southwest Airlines Flight Cancellations

With a Winter Storm Frida approaching the northeast, Southwest has proactively canceled more than 100 flights from Baltimore/Washington International ...

By John Pullen • 01/03/2022
COVID19-Related Cancellations Soar

As 2021 comes to a close more restrictions are on the horizon The new Omicron variant is accounting to record numbers of cases worldwide

By Luca Azim • 12/29/2021
Atlas Air 747-400 N464MC Retired After 30 Years of Service

Atlas airlines retired N464MC after nearly 30 years of service. The aircraft has large history was used for many things.

By Adam Jackson • 12/25/2021
United and Delta Cancel Over 200 Christmas Eve Flights

United Airlines and Delta Air Lines have canceled over 200 flights on Christmas Eve. A combination of staff shortages and high demand has led to these ...

By John Pullen • 12/24/2021
Delta Unveils New Team USA Olympic Livery

Delta has just become the official airline of the U.S. Olympic team. To commemorate, they have repainted an Airbus a330neo with a special Team USA liv ...

By Jack Turner • 12/20/2021
Boeing 787 Shortage Harming American Airlines

American Airlines is struggling to operate international routes as a result of a 787 delivery shortage. Other international destinations are being cut ...

By Davis Turner • 12/17/2021
Doug Parker to Retire as CEO of American Airlines

Doug Parker, the respected CEO of American Airlines, is retiring after 21 straight years holding the top job at three separate companies. Parker will ...

By Jack Turner • 12/15/2021
Israel and Morocco Completely Close Borders Following Omicron Outbreak

this article talks about the omricon variant and how it's affecting travel. It mostly talks about Morocco and Israels travel bans.

By Indy Spotter • 12/10/2021
Breaking Down Capital One's New Lounge and Credit Card

Capital One has made major changes this year in terms of its presence in the aviation industry, two of which are sure to satisfy travelers. This artic ...

By Jack Turner • 12/08/2021
Unruly Passenger Disrupts Spirit Airlines Flight

Spirit Airlines has been dealing with another unruly passenger. In this case, the woman was drunk and ultimately assaulted the flight attendants befor ...

By Davis Turner • 12/01/2021
Breaking: United States to Restrict Travel from South Africa

United States to Restrict Travel from South Africa.

By Arkin Si • 11/29/2021
Singapore Airlines Operates First 737 MAX Service

Singapore Airlines operated its first Boeing 737 MAX flight. The airline operated a return flight from Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) to Phuket Intern ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 11/27/2021
Boeing In Talks With Qatar Airways Regarding 777X Freighter

Boeing has taken the 777-9 to Doha for talks with Qatar Airways. Qatar is expected to place an order for several long range freighters from either Air ...

By Jack Jarzynka • 11/17/2021
Russell Wilson Snags a New Alaska Airlines Livery

Alaska Airlines has announced a fourth livery commemorating their Chief Football Officer Russell Wilson! The livery adds a fresh face to the already e ...

By Jack Turner • 11/15/2021
Spirit Cuts 9% of January Flights Due To Labor Shortages

This week, Spirit Airlines has cut 9% of its flights scheduled for January. The reason for this is staffing problems. Because of this, the Fort Lauder ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 11/13/2021
Denver Mayor Announces Southwest Airlines Day

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, recognizing Southwest’s contribution to Colorado’s economy, announced that Nov. 5 would become Southwest Airlines Da ...

By John Pullen • 11/12/2021
American Airlines Revamps AAdvantage, Introduces Loyalty Points

American Airlines has revamped their frequent flyer program to make it much more streamlined and navigable. Gone are the days where you actually have ...

By Jack Turner • 11/06/2021
Canada's Air Transat Announces Several New Routes for Summer 2022

Air Transat has just announced a recent expansion to California, as well as a new flight from Montreal to Amsterdam. In the article I look ar the rout ...

By Jack Turner • 11/02/2021
Alaska Airlines Adds Cleveland to Network

Alaska Airlines is adding Cleveland to its route map beginning in the summer of 2022. The Seattle-based airline will add the Ohio city to its route ne ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 11/01/2021
Delta Air Lines Restores Several Domestic New York City Routes

Delta Air Lines recently announced the resumption of several routes out of New York City. This comes at a time of intensifying competition in the nor ...

By John Pullen • 10/31/2021
United Announces Expanded Newark - DC Shuttle Schedule

United Airlines recently announced expanded shuttle services in the Northeast Corridor. New service is being added from Newark to Reagan and Dulles Ai ...

By Davis Turner • 10/28/2021
Introducing ITA Airways

October 15 was a monumental day in the history of Italian aviation. Gone are the days where Alitalia and their red, white, and green planes grace the ...

By Jack Turner • 10/22/2021
El Al Seeks to Potentially Acquire Competitor Arkia Airlines

Israel's flag carrier El Al is reportedly in the process of acquiring fellow Israeli carrier Arkia. This consolidation of the country's aviation indus ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 10/21/2021
United Opens New Polaris Lounge at Dulles Airport

Yesterday, United Airlines opened their brand-new Polaris lounge, allowing premium international passengers to enjoy one more step of their journey. T ...

By Arkin Si • 10/20/2021
Fully Vaccinated Foreign Individuals Can Now Travel to the United States

Vaccinated foreign travelers can now enter the United States, beginning November 8th. This move follows an opening of land borders with Canada and Mex ...

By Davis Turner • 10/19/2021
Boeing Expected to Launch 777X Freighter

Information about the upcoming announcement of the new Boeing 777X Freighter at the Dubai Airshow

By Jack Jarzynka • 10/19/2021
Singapore Airlines to Fly Hour-Long A380 Flights

Singapore Airlines has confirmed that they will be utilizing the Airbus A380 superjumbo for flights from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur next month. The A38 ...

By Jack Jarzynka • 10/18/2021
Collins Aerospace Launches New Business Aviation Technology Hub

Collins Aerospace is launching a new technology platform called Izon that integrates and streamlines business aviation services including flight plann ...

By Jack Jarzynka • 10/15/2021
Wow: Qatar Airways to Bring Back A380s to Replace Grounded A350s

In the aftermath of the partial A350 grounding, Qatar Airways is bringing back their A380s! While this is very surprising, the additional capacity tha ...

By Jack Turner • 10/03/2021
American Airlines' Fueling a Lower-Carbon Future

American Airlines recently announcer they will be an anchor partner to Bill Gates' climate "catalyst" Breakthrough. As an anchor partner, the airline ...

By Davis Turner • 09/26/2021
Saudia Introduces Two New Special Liveries to Celebrate Their 75th Anniversary

Saudia's new special liveries.

By Will Hagen • 09/17/2021
American Airlines to Open Flagship Lounges to Anyone ... For a Fee

For some traveling aboard American Airlines, the travel experience just got a whole lot better. American Airlines just announced that they will be sel ...

By Daniel Mena • 09/15/2021
Jet Airways Set To Begin Domestic Flights In Early 2022

On September 13, officials at Jet Airways made a significant announcement stating the airline, once it is fully revived, will begin domestic operation ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 09/14/2021
Spirit Airlines Implementing Wi-Fi on More Aircraft

Spirit Airlines and wifi are two things that may never come to mind, but it's soon going to be a reality. Find out more about it in this article.

By Brandon McLeish • 09/10/2021
Delta Implements New Surcharge for Unvaccinated Employees

Delta Airlines recently introduced a surcharge on all health insurance plans for unvaccinated employees. The airline hopes this will encourage those w ...

By Davis Turner • 08/26/2021
Department Of Defense Activates Civil Reserve Fleet

On Sunday morning, the Department of Defense (DOD) announced that it would activate Stage I of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF). Using 18 civil airc ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 08/25/2021
Alaska Airlines Expands Fleet Optimization Program

Alaska Airlines is expanding their fleet with a new 737 MAX order. The airline is looking to expand in the coming years to emerge strong from the COVI ...

By Davis Turner • 08/19/2021
800 People Cram Into A US Air Force C-17 Leaving Afghanistan

Amidst chaotic scenes at Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport (KBL), over 800 people have been evacuated from the war-torn city on one United ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 08/17/2021
Afghanistan Falls to Taliban, Aviation Grinds to a Halt

The Taliban has retaken Kabul, leading to a massive disruption in aviation and a mad dash to evacuate from the city and country.

By Jiahao Guo • 08/16/2021
American Airlines Will Not Require Employees To Be Vaccinated

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said the airline is not planning to mandate vaccination for its employees. The decision comes days after other US ca ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 08/09/2021
United Airlines Makes Vaccines Mandatory For All Employees

Today United Airlines announced that it is requiring that all of its employees are vaccinated against COVID-19. This makes the Chicago-based carrier t ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 08/07/2021
Canada's OWG Takes Delivery Of Its First Boeing 737- 800

Quebec-based OWG is a new carrier, coming onto the commercial airplane scene just last year. The airline is a division of Canadian carrier Nolinor Avi ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 08/06/2021
Air France's First Airbus A220-300 Rolls Out of the Paint Shop

This article delves into when Air France's new A220s will be delivered and what flying on one will be like along with changes to the Air France livery ...

By Aidan Collins • 07/31/2021
New Startup: Germany's Tel Aviv Air

One would think that an airline named Tel Aviv Air would be based in Israel, hence the name. However, this is not the case for a startup named after t ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 07/22/2021
United to Modernize Their Fleet With the Acquisition of ES-19 Aircraft

Earlier today, United Airlines announced that they signed an agreement with Heart Aerospace, a Swedish aircraft producer hoping to take all-electric a ...

By AeroXplorer.com Staff • 07/13/2021
Brussels Airport Evacuated After Discovery of a Suspicious Package

Belgian police evacuated passengers from two of Brussels Airport's departure halls and QR194, from Brussels to Doha, was forced to return to the airpo ...

By Daniel Mena • 07/09/2021
El Al and Etihad Sign Codeshare Agreement

Etihad Airways and El Al Israel Airlines have announced the launch of their code sharing agreement as well as having reciprocal frequent-flier benefit ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 07/08/2021
United Airlines Fleet Expansion Prompts Dulles Airport to Propose Massive New Terminal Construction

Last week, United Airlines announced that they would be purchasing over 270 new medium-haul aircraft as part of their "United Next" initiative. Also a ...

By Daniel Mena • 07/06/2021
Cathay Pacific Launches New Premium Travel Lifestyle Brand

After rumors and hints about the airline's future, Cathay has finally revealed their plan and repositioning in the market.

By Arthur Chow • 07/05/2021
Boeing 737 Cargo Flight Ditches in Pacific Ocean

Transair Boeing 737 ditches in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii.

By Arkin Si • 07/04/2021
Swiss Reveals new Premium Economy Class

Swiss Airlines reveals a brand new Premium Economy Class which began development in 2019.

By Arkin Si • 07/02/2021
United Airlines Orders 270 Boeing and Airbus Aircraft, Largest Order in the Airline's History

This morning, United Airlines announced their new "United Next" initiative, which included the purchase of over 270 medium-haul aircraft. The airline ...

By AeroXplorer.com Staff • 06/29/2021
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly To Step Down

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly shared his retirement plans with the public today. The company announced on Wednesday that Mr. Kelly would transitio ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 06/23/2021
Boeing 737 MAX 10 Completes Maiden Flight

After years of planning, the Boeing 737-10 MAX has taken to the skies for the first time. The first aircraft, registered N27751, took off at 10:15 a.m ...

By Adam • 06/21/2021
SilkAir's Journey Comes to an End After 50 Years of Flying

SilkAir's pedigree as one of the Asia-Pacific region's leading regional carriers has now come to an end as the airline merges with Singapore Airlines. ...

By Vikas Anand • 06/20/2021
Singapore Airlines Reduces 787-10 Commitments, Orders 777-9X

Singapore Airlines is once again making changes to its Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner fleet. Just weeks after recording a $3.2 billion loss, the airline is ...

By Vikas Anand • 06/18/2021
European Union May Soon Lift Travel Restrictions For United States Citizens 

The European Union may be about to lift restrictions on travelers from the United States. The decision on a proposal to add the United States to the E ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 06/17/2021
Hundreds of Southwest Airlines Flights Affected by System-Wide Computer Glitch

On Tuesday, more than 500 flights were canceled with hundreds of other flights being delayed following "network connectivity" issues. This is the seco ...

By Marcus Lo • 06/16/2021
United Airlines is Gambling on a New Venture Fund

United Airlines recently announced the creation of a venture fund to aid them in achieving their sustainability goals. The expectation is that they wi ...

By Davis Turner • 06/15/2021
Russian Low-Cost Carrier Pobeda’s Load Factor Returns to 99%

As the air travel market in Russia continues to recover, its main airlines are getting ready for a summer of domestic leisure demand by reestablishing ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 06/13/2021
Boeing to Soon Launch its Latest EcoDemonstrator Aircraft

Boeing recently announced a new Eco-Demonstrator aircraft in partnership with Alaska Airlines on their Boeing 737-MAX9.

By Demo Mena • 06/08/2021
United Airlines to Acquire Supersonic Aircraft by 2029

United has announced today that they plan to acquire 15 Boom Overture supersonic aircraft by 2029, with 35 more aircraft possibly on the way.

By Winston Shek • 06/03/2021
California-Based Airbahn’s Summer Launch Plans

Airbahn originally had its sights set on a 2019 launch. Now, the California-based startup is preparing to begin service this summer.

By Joshua Kupietzky • 05/31/2021
Bamboo Airways To Touch Down in the American West

Bamboo Airways is expanding internationally to SFO and LAX. They will operate the routes on 787-9s three days a week and this service represents the f ...

By Davis Turner • 05/22/2021
Frontier Airlines Accelerates A319 Retirement

Frontier Airlines is accelerating the retirement of its older and smaller Airbus A319s. These airplanes were initially scheduled to depart the fleet b ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 05/21/2021
Breeze Airways is Ready for Takeoff!

After much anticipation from aviation enthusiasts and airline analysts alike, Breeze airways has finally opened its website to sell tickets. Breeze is ...

By AeroXplorer.com Staff • 05/21/2021
Singapore-Hong Kong Travel Bubble Delayed Once Again

May 26th, 2021 was supposed to be the beginning of the Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble. However, the bubble is now going to be delayed for the secon ...

By Vikas Anand and Marcus Lo • 05/20/2021
Avelo Airlines Inaugurates Service in California

U.S.based Avelo Airlines commenced commercial service last month with a round-trip flight from Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) to Santa Rosa, Californ ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 05/14/2021
U.S. Imposes India Travel Ban Following a Surge in COVID-19 Cases

Following the worst outbreak of Coronavirus yet, President Biden has enacted a travel ban on India. On May 1 alone, India recorded more than 390 thous ...

By Marcus Lo • 05/13/2021
Airports to Begin Transitioning to Digitized Air Traffic Control

In the coming months, London City airport will be transitioning to a digital air traffic control system. This transition has wide-ranging effects on t ...

By Davis Turner • 05/07/2021
Bubble Between Singapore, Hong Kong Set to Launch in May

Singapore and Hong Kong set to begin air travel bubble on 26th May 2021.

By Vikas Anand • 05/05/2021
Etihad to Retire Entire Boeing 777-300ER Fleet

Etihad to retire their Boeing 777-300ER fleet.

By Adam S • 04/30/2021
DCA Finishes Much-Needed Concourse Renovation

Reagan National has a new commuter concourse that opened today. This article talks about it.

By Tyler Giunchi • 04/28/2021
Hope for Australian Aviation

A dissection of the recent Qantas press release.

By Adam S • 04/28/2021
SpiceJet Boeing 737 Diverts to Iran due to Cracked Windshield

A SpiceJet 737-800 diverted to Iran due to a crack in the windshield.

By Vikas Anand • 04/27/2021
Air France's New Pandemic Route

Air France has added a new route out of CDG to DEN. It is very unusual because of the ongoing pandemic currently.

By Tyler Giunchi • 04/21/2021
Frontier Airlines Announces Major Route Expansion

Get everything you need to know about the new flights on Frontier Airlines this summer.

By Emmett Chung • 04/19/2021
United Airlines to Refurbish Older Narrowbody Aircraft

United Airlines has announced its most recent new initiatives to improve customer experience. The airline plans to refurbish older aircraft and introd ...

By H S • 04/17/2021
United Airlines Completes First Flights Out of JFK 

'JFK Airport has re-entered the chat.' On March 28th, after an almost two-month delay from the original start date of February 1st, United Airlines co ...

By Nailah Blake • 04/02/2021
FAA Cracks Down on Unruly Passengers Refusing to Wear Masks

The FAA is cracking down on passengers who refuse to comply with mask and social distancing measures onboard. Not long after taking office, President ...

By Emmett Chung • 03/31/2021
Cathay Pacific Reports Their Largest Loss Ever

The annual report was released 3 days ago with a report of 21.6 billion Hong Kong Dollars(2.78 billion USD) lost in the year od 2020. The main cost is ...

By Jonathan Arthur • 03/15/2021
ANA Expands Flights to Nowhere

ANA is set to expand its flight to nowhere program with its A380s to other airports outside Tokyo.

By Vikas Anand • 03/17/2021
Indigo Partners Sells 9% Of Wizz Air For $550 Million

On Tuesday, Wizz Air’s biggest investor, American equity firm Indigo Partners announced that it had sold most of its holding in the low-cost carrier ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 03/20/2021
United Introduces Discount for Flights to Sunbelt

United Airlines announced this week a promotional offer dubbed "$70 to Over 70", flights with fares under $70 (one-way) to Sun Belt destinations with ...

By Emmett Chung • 03/14/2021
AA MAX Declares Engine Emergency

American Airlines flight AA2555 declares emergency due to an engine issue, safely lands.

By Vikas Anand • 03/13/2021
Air France 777 Vandalised by Activists

Air Fran Boeing 777 gets vandalised by Greenpeace activists at CDG airport.

By Vikas Anand • 03/12/2021
Batik Air A320 Lands With Nose Gear Turned 90 Degrees

After 16 years a similar incident unfolds with Batik Air where an a320 lands with sideways gear

By Vikas Anand • 03/12/2021
United Airlines Buys 25 Additional 737 Max Aircraft

United Airlines announced on Monday that it had placed an order for an additional 25 new 737 Max airplanes as it positions its fleet for a travel rebo ...

By Joshua Kupietzky • 03/12/2021
Lufthansa to Set Up Covid Lounge in Moscow

Lufthansa announced that they plan to set up a "Covid Lounge" for wealthier passengers in Moscow Airport. Germany has a vaccine shortage, and the loun ...

By Kyle Jonas • 03/03/2021
Boeing 777 Makes Emergency Landing Due to Engine Issues

A Rossiya Airlines Boeing 777 landed in Moscow Friday after an engine warning light activated, the latest in a series of problems with the particular ...

By Emmett Chung • 02/27/2021
American Airlines Partners With The Red Cross to Help Storm Victims

How American Airlines is helping winter storm victims.

By Joshua Kupietzky • 02/22/2021
FAA Grounds Certain 777-200s Following Incident in Denver

Following yesterday's incident, where a United Airlines Boeing 777 suffered an engine failure after departure from Honolulu, the FAA declared that all ...

By Daniel Mena • 02/21/2021
More Information on the UA772 Engine Failure

United UA328, a 777-200 from Denver to Honolulu, the engine fails after takeoff, scatters debris over Denver homes.

By Blake Jordan-Borns • 02/21/2021
United 777 Suffers Engine Failure Over Denver

A United Airlines 777-200 experienced an uncontained engine failure after departing for Hawaii.

By JV Mehta • 02/21/2021
Sriwijaya Air Crash investigation currently focus on autothrottle system

The investigation to the crash of flight SJ182 will now be focused on the autothrottle system.

By Vikas Anand • 02/20/2021
Las Vegas Airport to Be Renamed After Former Senator Harry Reid

After years of debate, the airport is to be renamed and distance itself from controversial namesake Sen. Pat McCarran

By Emmett Chung • 02/18/2021
Ryanair to Deliver 16 Lawsuits Over Selective Government Subsidies

Ryanair will be challenging the European Union's General Court and appealing to the European Court of Justice after losing its legal battle against st ...

By Kyle Jonas • 02/17/2021
Singapore Airlines Orders for More 777Xs

SIA has converted 14 Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners into 11 Boeing 777-9s.

By Vikas Anand • 02/15/2021
Etihad Becomes First Airline to Have all Crewmembers Vaccinated

Emirates has become the first major airline to have all of their cabin crew vaccinated for the Coronavirus.

By Patrick Daly • 02/12/2021
Cathay Pacific Ends Mask Mandate for Select Passengers

In an internal memo sent to Cathay Pacific staff members, the airline announced to its workers that there would be times that select passengers could ...

By Patrick Daly • 02/09/2021
JetBlue Reveals New and Updated Mint Class

With JetBlue to begin transatlantic service in 2021, the new and improved Mint class makes it a lot more competitive.

By Arkin Si • 02/02/2021
Singapore Airlines to Start Using 738s in March

Singapore Airlines to fly first redeployed SilkAir Boeing 737-800 in March 2021 to Phuket.

By Vikas Anand • 02/01/2021
PSA Grounds Entire Fleet

U.S. Regional carrier PSA Airlines has grounded its entire fleet after a number of the airline's aircraft were found with a mechanical issue.

By Patrick Daly • 01/30/2021
EASA Re-Certifies Boeing 737 MAX

The Boeing 737 MAX has been re-certified by the EASA and has been issued the green light to begin operations in Europe.

By Vikas Anand • 01/28/2021
787 Deliveries Set to Resume Before Q2 of 2021

Boeing to proceed with deliveries of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner before Q2 of 2021. Thus after halting deliveries of this aircraft in October of 2020.

By Vikas Anand • 01/28/2021
WestJet 737MAX Returns to Gate Due to Warnings

A WestJet 737MAX returned to the gate at Calgary International Airport after warning signs in the cockpit alerted pilots to a potential issue.

By Patrick Daly • 01/26/2021
Some Boeing 737 MAX 9s Require Fuel-Sealant Inspection

FAA requires fuel-sealant inspection for some Boeing 737 MAX9 aircraft.

By Vikas Anand • 01/25/2021
Airbus to Produce A320s Slower Than Expected

Airbus intends to increase the monthly A320 production at a slower rate than expected.

By Vikas Anand • 01/24/2021
KLM Suspends Long Haul Flights

Starting on Friday, 22nd January 2021, KLM will suspend all long-haul flights to and from the Netherlands as the Dutch government imposes strict borde ...

By Vikas Anand • 01/23/2021
West Atlantic 737 Damaged During Landing

A West Atlantic Boeing 737-400 freighter suffered a hard landing at Exeter Airport, UK. The aircraft sustained major damage.

By Vikas Anand • 01/23/2021
Europe Explores Standardized COVID Passports

The European Commission is working on a standard COVID vaccine passport, which would allow for an easy verification that one is vaccinated. If complet ...

By Patrick Daly • 01/22/2021
JetBlue and American Airlines Announce More Details of Codeshare Partnership

JetBlue and American Airlines have announced the latest updates and received Department of Transportation (DOT) approval for their new partnership. Th ...

By Emmett Chung • 01/21/2021
ANA 777 Suffers Engine Issues over Chicago

Japanese Airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) suffered an engine issue shortly after takeoff from Chicago O'Hare International Airport. Flight 8549 depart ...

By Kyle Jonas • 01/20/2021
Bahrain's to Open $1.1B Airport Terminal by the End of January

Another Middle Eastern feat of engineering will be opening at the end of this month in the island nation of Bahrain. A new USD $1.1B airport terminal ...

By Will Hagen • 01/18/2021
Airlines Improve Safety Ahead of Presidential Inauguration

Legacy carriers are taking unprecedented action to avoid a repeat of last Wednesday's violence in Washington

By Emmett Chung • 01/16/2021
Boeing Announces Production of Final 747

Aircraft manufacturing giant Boeing has received its final order for the company's most iconic aircraft, the 747. On Tuesday, Boeing announced that th ...

By Patrick Daly • 01/13/2021
British Airways to Take Delivery of Final 777-300ERs Next Week

British Airways are set to take delivery of their final two 777-300ERs next week. The newer 777s are fitted with the modern Club Suite cabin which is ...

By Frankie Said • 01/01/2021
Boeing 737MAX Returns to Service

After an almost 2-year hiatus where the Boeing 737MAX was grounded due to safety issues related to an onboard computer, it returned to service early t ...

By Emmett Chung • 12/30/2020
Berlin Airport (BER) Faces Problems in the Second Month After Opening

The infamous Berlin Airport (BER) now faces awful problems no one could have predicted.

By Luca Azim • 12/22/2020
United Flight Diverted due to COVID-19 Medical Emergency

A United passenger died after having a heart attack midflight this week only for his wife to later reveal he was experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Read ...

By Emmett Chung • 12/18/2020
The Airport Council International MarComCX Award Winners

On December 17th, the Airports Council International announced the winnners of the MarComCX (Marketing, Communitions, and Customer Experience) awards. ...

By Kyle Jonas • 12/17/2020
Heathrow Receives Approval to Build Third Runway

The UK's Supreme court has given the approval for a third runway at London's Heathrow Airport. The approval comes after a great amount of controversy ...

By Patrick Daly • 12/17/2020
American Airlines Begins Distributing COVID-19 Vaccine

On Sunday, American Airlines flew its very first flight carrying shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccines, whose final destination would be a U ...

By Patrick Daly • 12/15/2020
JAL Offers "No Meal" Option

Japan Airlines has recently introduced a "No Meal" option for passengers on some flights in an effort to reduce waste. The first of its kind, JAL's "E ...

By Kyle Jonas • 12/14/2020
Man Arrested for Jumping Fence, Climbing Onto Plane in Las Vegas

In a stranger-than-fiction tale, a mentally ill man snuck into the airport and onto a plane wing in Las Vegas today.

By Emmett Chung • 12/12/2020
WestJet Offers Rapid COVID Tests on Select Flights

It's been in the works for a while now, but a joint study with the Vancouver International Airport and Westjet are allowing passengers to take a Covid ...

By Gabriel Shepherd • 12/02/2020
United Airlines Announces Plan to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine

United Airlines has announced a plan to distribute COVID-19 vaccines on behalf of Pfizer. How will they distribute them? Read this article to learn ...

By Emmett Chung • 11/30/2020
YVR Cancels $600 Million Terminal Modification

Amid the current Covid-19 pandemic, the multi-million dollar YVR terminal expansion project has been deemed unnecessary with the decreased volume of t ...

By Gabriel Shepherd • 11/29/2020
Assorted News from the Aviation Industry, November 2020

This article aims to summarize various shorter (but still important) stories at this time. IATA Suggests Vaccine Requirement for Future International ...

By Emmett Chung • 11/29/2020
Boeing 737MAX Officially Ungrounded

Today, the 737MAX has officially been ungrounded after just under 2 years, or roughly 20 months, of being out of operation. The MAX was banned worldwi ...

By Kyle Jonas • 11/18/2020
Korean Airlines to Acquire Asiana Air

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many airlines have intensified their losses or have received losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Asiana Airlines has be ...

By TheExplorerBlog.com Staff • 11/16/2020
Delta Retires Entire 777 Fleet

Today, Delta Airlines is set to retire the 777 aircraft from their fleet. The final flight will be from JFK to LAX.

By Patrick Daly • 10/31/2020
United Offers Rapid Tests for Transatlantic Flights

United Airlines recently announced it would begin offering a free transatlantic COVID-19 testing program for travelers headed from Newark to London-He ...

By Emmett Chung • 10/30/2020
Airbus Delivers First Rare A330-800neo to Kuwait Airways

Today, Kuwait Airways took delivery of the first two A330-800 aircraft on order. Compared to the 318 orders received by Airbus for the aircraft's coun ...

By Patrick Daly • 10/30/2020
Boeing's 737MAX to Return Soon

The 737 MAX, an aircraft that has been grounded for over a year and a half, is expected to be clear to fly again in the coming weeks. The plane has al ...

By Kyle Jonas • 10/28/2020
Southwest to Expand to ORD and IAH

Southwest Airlines has announced they will expand service to Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) ...

By Kyle Jonas • 10/12/2020
Smooth Flying for the MAX?

A few months ago, things seemed hopeless for the 737 MAX. The MAX has been grounded worldwide for over fifteen months after two crashes that killed ov ...

By Kyle Jonas • 10/09/2020
FAA Chief Flies MAX and Gets Bill Approved

The chief of the FAA piloted the 737 MAX 8 on Wednesday among tests for the recertification of the aircraft. Additionally, a committee on the U.S. Hou ...

By Kyle Jonas • 09/30/2020
AA Plans MAX 8 Training

American Airlines has announced that it has begun the process of scheduling pilot training for the 737 MAX 8, a hopeful sign that the aircraft that ha ...

By Kyle Jonas • 09/23/2020
How About a Flight to ... Nowhere?

The fastest flight to sell out in Qantas's 100 year history was a flight from Sydney to….Sydney? Read more about Qantas's "Flight to Nowhere".

By Emmett Chung • 09/21/2020
U.S. Panel Bashes FAA and Boeing for Aircraft Design Flaws

Tests for the recertification of the 737 MAX 8 have recently begun around the world, and for the first time since the aircraft was grounded over a yea ...

By Kyle Jonas • 09/16/2020
The Return of the MAX 8

Tests for the recertification of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 are starting around the world. How are the tests going and is the aircraft on track to return an ...

By Kyle Jonas • 09/16/2020
Salt Lake City Opens New Terminal

The 60 year old airport renovation has been dubbed the "Future of Air Travel"

By Emmett Chung • 09/15/2020
Boeing Finds Issues With the 787-10

Amid preparations to finalize the 737 MAX 8's return, Boeing has ordered that eight recently produced 787-10s be immediately taken out of service due ...

By Kyle Jonas • 09/15/2020
Alaska Airlines Temporarily Suspends Flights in Oregon, Washington

Alaska Airline has announced that all flights into and out of Portland, Oregon, have been suspended until 3 P.M. Tuesday, due to the growing smoke and ...

By Kyle Jonas • 09/14/2020
United Sued for Filling NFL Charters with Young, Blonde Flight Attendants

A lawsuit filed against United Airlines alleges the airline only allowed young, blonde flight attendants to staff NFL charter flights.

By Calvin Stewart • 09/13/2020
EVA Air Changes Order of Boeing 787-10s to 777Fs and 787-9s

Many airlines have been forced to defer aircraft deliveries for the year. Recently, rumors circulated about negotiations for its Boeing 787-10 order. ...

By Winston Shek • 08/31/2020
United to Permanently Waive Change Fees and Introduce Complimentary Same-Day Standby

United Airlines has announced that they will be removing change fees for domestic flights effective immediately. Additionally, United customers will h ...

By Daniel Mena • 08/31/2020
FAA Fines Chicago $1.5 Million Just Months After $1.3 Million Fine

The Federal Aviation Administration has fined the city of Chicago $1,500,000, only months after a separate $1.3 million fine. The fine comes after a p ...

By Kyle Jonas • 08/29/2020
American to Lay Off 19,000 Employees

American Airlines intends to lay off 19,000 employees by October 1st, unless airlines are given financial assistance from Congress.

By Patrick Daly • 08/27/2020
Woman Attempts to Run Through Security at Pittsburgh Airport

On August 19, a woman attempted to run through the TSA checkpoint at Pittsburgh Airport. The woman, identified as Brandi L Bayley, threw water at a TS ...

By Patrick Daly • 08/23/2020
Alitalia To Simplify And Modernize Aircraft, Introduce Two-Type Fleet

Alitalia, the Italian flag-carrier, will gain a more simplified fleet of both wide and narrow-body jets due to its re-nationalization by the Italian g ...

By JV Mehta • 08/18/2020
Daytona Beach Airport Holds Paper Airplane Challenge

Daytona Beach Airport, home of one of the world's most well known aeronautical universities, will be holding a paper airplane challenge on August 19.

By Kyle Jonas • 08/15/2020
Greater Bay Airlines Seeks Air Operator Certificate From Hong Kong Government

Greater Bay Airlines is seeking an air operator's certificate from the Civil Aviation Authority in Hong Kong. Read more about the plans of the airlin ...

By Winston Shek • 08/10/2020
Korean Air and Asiana Airlines Reports Surprise Quarter 2 Earnings Profit

Amid the vast number of unprofitable airlines due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Korean Air and Asiana Airlines have reported profit, lead by their dedicat ...

By Winston Shek • 08/07/2020
Air India Express Flight Overruns Runway at Kozhikode Airport

An Air India Express flight overran the runway at Kozhikode Airport at 7:41 P.M.

By Anish Susarla • 08/07/2020
Embraer Delays Launch of E175-E2 Until 2023

Embraer has delayed the launch of its E175-E2 until 2023. Click to read more.

By Winston Shek • 08/05/2020
Virgin Australia Cuts 3000 Jobs, Ends Long-Haul Operation, Terminates Tigerair Operation

Virgin Australia will cut 3000 jobs, ends its long-haul operation, and kill its ultra-long haul subsidiary Tigerair Australia. Click to read an in-de ...

By Winston Shek • 08/04/2020
Virgin Atlantic Declares Chapter 15 Bankruptcy in the United States

Virgin Atlantic has declared Chapter 15 Bankruptcy in New York. The news comes after Virgin Atlantic chased after government aid from the United King ...

By Winston Shek • 08/04/2020
Virgin Galactic To Create Mach 3 Supersonic Aircraft

Virgin Galactic will create a Mach 3 Supersonic Aircraft in conjunction with Rolls Royce. What can you expect from this aircraft? Read more.

By Winston Shek • 08/03/2020
British Airways Retires A318

British Airways retires their only A318 aircraft, along with ending the iconic BA001/BA002 route between LCY and JFK.

By Bryan Wu • 08/02/2020
Airbus Planning Zero-Emission Airliners by 2030

Recently, Airbus has been eyeing a solution for the large amounts of emissions produced by airliner jet fuel.

By Demo Mena • 07/31/2020
Ethiopian 777F Catches Fire at Shanghai Pudong Airport

An Ethiopian 777F caught fire at Shanghai Airport last Wednesday.

By Patrick Daly • 07/28/2020
Mahan Air A310 Nearly Collides With U.S. F-15

A Mahan Air A310 nearly collided with a U.S. F-15

By Patrick Daly • 07/26/2020
Taiwan Parliament Calls to Rename China Airlines

After 60+ years of operating under the name "China Airlines", the country's flag carrier is expected to start rebranding the airline in the next few y ...

By Bryan Wu • 07/23/2020
Washington Dulles Airport to Close Runway 1R/19L Until September

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some airports have took this opportunity to help renovate or grow their airport facilities.  Washington Dulles Internatio ...

By Daniel Mena • 07/21/2020
Icelandair Fires all Flight Attendants, Replaces Them With Pilots

Icelandair fired all of its flight attendants after negotiations between the Airline and the cabin crew failed.

By Patrick Daly • 07/18/2020
Breaking News: British Airways Retires 747

British Airways will retire its 747 fleet, according to an internal memo. Click to read more.

By Winston Shek • 07/16/2020
American and JetBlue to Form Strategic Partnership

American and JetBlue will form a significant partnership in the Northeast Corridor. How will it be done? Click for an in-depth analysis.

By Winston Shek • 07/16/2020
Emirates Flies A380 For First Time in 4 Months

Emirates flew its A380 for the first time on two flights on July 15.

By Patrick Daly • 07/16/2020
Qantas Says Goodbye to 747 with Farewell Flyovers

Qantas honors their 747 fleet with special farewell flights.

By Patrick Daly • 07/15/2020
Norwegian Set to Resume Longhaul Flying This Winter

Norwegian Air UK plans to restart many transatlantic flights this winter. What do you feel about Norwegian's earlier-than-expected return to long-haul ...

By JV Mehta • 07/13/2020
Launch of Air Arabia Abu Dhabi Set For This Tuesday

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi set to launch on July 14th despite of COVID-19

By Bryan Wu • 07/12/2020
Breeze Airways to Begin Charter Flights in October

Breeze Airways is acquiring Compass Airlines' operating certificate, subject to government approval. Additionally, they reveal their plans for the fu ...

By Winston Shek • 07/11/2020
Jetblue Announces LAX Expansion, Ends Operation at LGB

Jetblue has announced a massive LAX expansion along with the end of its LGB operation. Click for an in-depth analysis.

By Winston Shek • 07/11/2020
Garuda Indonesia Explores U.S., France, India Flights From Bali

Indonesian flag-carrier Garuda is exploring the possibility of launching U.S. flights. How could the carrier do this and what are its motives?

By JV Mehta • 07/10/2020
Canada's Nolinor Aviation Launches New Quebec-based Leisure Airline

Canada's Nolinor Aviation has hinted at a "new division with a new name, a new mission and a stunning new livery design" on multiple posts across soci ...

By JV Mehta • 07/07/2020
Royal Air Maroc Lays Off 30% of Its Staff, Liquidates 20 Aircraft, Cancel Flights to South America

Royal Air Maroc will undergo a drastic restructuring of its operations to lessen the effects of the current financial situation. Among the efforts in ...

By Winston Shek • 07/05/2020
India's DGCA Lengthens International Flight Ban

India's DGCA has extended the international flight ban until August, at the earliest. Read more to find out why.

By JV Mehta • 07/05/2020
Breaking: Qantas Confirms Immediate 747 Retirement, Schedules Farewell Flights

Qantas has finally confirmed the demise of its Boeing 747-400 fleet. Read on to find out why.

By JV Mehta • 07/05/2020
Air Canada Announces Domestic Route Closures

Air Canada announces the closure of 30 domestic routes, along with suspending operations at 8 airports.

By Bryan Wu • 07/05/2020
Air France to Cut 6,500 Jobs by 2022

According to multiple sources, Air France "aims to present a plan to trade unions to cut just over 6,500 jobs over the next two years." In addition to ...

By Kyle Jonas • 07/03/2020
El Al Suspends All Flights Until Further Notice

The Israeli flag carrier, El Al, has grounded its fleet indefinitely. This has come after the pilot's union announced they would not fly due to the ai ...

By Kyle Jonas • 07/02/2020
EasyJet Closes Bases and Cuts Staff

The U.K. based budget airline, EasyJet, has announced they will close their bases and may cut 30% of its pilots.

By Kyle Jonas • 07/01/2020
Airbus to Cut 15,000 Jobs Amidst Covid-19

One of the largest aircraft manufacturers, Airbus, will be cutting around 15,000 jobs due to the lull in production as a result of Coronavirus. In Feb ...

By Kyle Jonas • 07/01/2020
Aeromexico Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Aeromexico filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Click for a in-depth analysis on the situation.

By Winston Shek • 06/30/2020
Iberia Accelerates Retirement of A340-600 Fleet

Spanish flag carrier Iberia plans on retiring its fleet of A340-600s earlier than expected. Read more to find out why.

By JV Mehta • 06/18/2020
British Airways Under Fire Due to New Employment Policies

British Airways is now under fire for the way it wants to approach employment during Covid-19, which includes firing around 12,000 employees and downg ...

By Kyle Jonas • 06/14/2020
Mitsubishi and Bombardier Secure Deal Valued At Over $700 million For CRJ Program

On June 1, exactly one week ago, Bombardier and Mitsubishi secured a deal valuing at over $550 million USD. Mitsubishi also promised liabilities on th ...

By Daniel Mena • 06/08/2020
U.S. Eases Restrictions on Flights from China

The United States Department of Transportation will now allow Chinese Airlines to operate two flights per week.

By Calvin Stewart • 06/06/2020
LATAM Airlines Files for U.S. Bankruptcy Protection

LATAM, Latin America's largest carrier, said it would continue to fly through its bankruptcy restructuring.

By Panteley Shmelev • 05/30/2020
Russia Begins Work on Stealth Nuclear Bomber PAK DA

Russia starts work on stealth nuclear bomber PAK DA.

By Panteley Shmelev • 05/26/2020
Lufthansa To Receive 9 Billion Euros in Government Aid

Lufthansa will receive 9 billion euros in government aid, according to sources, amid the global COVID-19 economic crisis. Click to read more.

By Winston Shek • 05/25/2020
Pakistan International Airlines Flight 8303: A Brief Analysis and Rundown

PIA Flight 8303 crashed in Karachi on May 22nd. What is currently known about the crash and what has happened? Click to read more

By Winston Shek • 05/24/2020
737 Lands in San Diego Missing Tail Parts

A Swift Air 737-800(N820TJ) was spotted landing with part of the tail missing.

By Calvin Stewart • 05/24/2020
United to Launch CleanPlus Product in an Initiative to Encourage More People to Fly

Yesterday, United Airlines announced their initiative to promote safety when flying: United CleanPlus. Through a partnership with the Cleveland Clinic ...

By Daniel Mena • 05/21/2020
Air France To Retire Its A380 Fleet

Air France will retire its fleet of A380's amid the COVID-19. With the anticipated drop in demand, Air France

By Winston Shek • 05/20/2020
Thai Airways Files For Bankruptcy Protection

The flag carrier of Thailand, Thai Airways files for bankruptcy protection, following in other carrier's footsteps. Click to read more.

By Winston Shek • 05/18/2020
Delta Airlines to Retire 777

Delta Airlines will retire its Boeing 777 fleet. Learn more by clicking on the article.

By Daniel Mena • 05/15/2020
LATAM and Delta to Partner in Trans-American Joint Venture

Delta Airlines has signed a Joint Venture program with South American Carrier LATAM

By Tejas Bhatia • 05/12/2020
Avianca Files for Bankruptcy

Latin America's second-biggest airline, Avianca, has filed for bankruptcy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

By Calvin Stewart • 05/10/2020
Man Struck and Killed by Aircraft in AUS

On May 7, 2020, around 8:12 CST, a man was struck and killed by a jet on the runway at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Austin, Texas. The ca ...

By Kyle Jonas • 05/09/2020
Virgin Atlantic To Retire 747, Close Gatwick, Cut Jobs

Virgin Atlantic will retire its 747 fleet, close down its Gatwick base temporarily, and cut many jobs. How will this affect the Engish carrier?

By Winston Shek • 05/08/2020
Boeing to Resume 737 MAX Production

Boeing is reportedly preparing to resume the production of the 737 MAX.

By Calvin Stewart • 05/08/2020
American Airlines A330-200 Being Sent to Long Term Storage

A brief rundown of the American A330-200s being put into long term storage.

By Ben S • 05/07/2020
Frontier Airlines to offer special tickets

Frontier Airlines will offer special tickets that buy the middle seat starting May 8.

By Calvin Stewart • 05/06/2020
Air Canada to Accelerate Retirement of 79 Aircraft

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadian flag carrier, Air Canada, has reported a loss of $1.05 billion. As a result, the airline will be speeding u ...

By Peter Lam • 05/06/2020
Is LAX's Status as a United Hub on the Chopping Block?

United Airlines has just announced the closure of Los Angeles International's Boeing 787 pilot base. Could this signal the end of LAX as a United hub?

By JV Mehta • 05/06/2020
Norwegian Air to Ground a Majority of Their Fleet Until April 2021

Norwegian Air says it will keep the majority of its fleet grounded until April 2021.

By Tejas Bhatia • 05/05/2020
American Airlines to Retire A330-300

A brief rundown of the retirement of American Airlines A330-300. American Airlines is retiring their A330-300 series which they inherited from US Airw ...

By Ben S • 05/05/2020
Wizz Air To Be First European Low Cost Carrier to Launch Flights to Abu Dhabi

Wizz Air will be the first European LCC to launch flights to Abu Dhabi amid the COVID-19 crisis.

By Winston Shek • 05/03/2020
Boeing Terminates Deal with Embraer

Boeing has terminated a $4.2 billion joint venture with Embraer. Click this article to view more details

By Anish Susarla • 04/27/2020
U.S. Flies Surveillance Planes Over North Korea

For the past two weeks, there have been rumors about North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un. These rumors range from "everything is normal" to "the leader ...

By Kyle Jonas • 04/27/2020
JetSuite Grounds Its Fleet And Furloughs Crew

JetSuite has grounded its fleet and furloughed its crew amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Winston Shek • 04/26/2020
Air Mauritius Enters "Voluntary Administration"

Air Mauritius enters Voluntary Administration

By Tejas Bhatia • 04/23/2020
Virgin Australia to Enter "Voluntary Administration"

According to Multiple Sources, Australia’s second largest airline, Virgin Australia, has entered "voluntary administration". Read more here.

By Tejas B. • 04/22/2020
South African Airways Close to Liquidation

According to multiple sources, South African Airways is nearing collapse. The carrier is currently in the process of laying off all of its staff. The ...

By Kyle  Jonas and Winston Shek • 04/19/2020
AirAsia Plans to Resume Domestic Flights

AirAsia, a low cost carries that flies around Asia, is planning to restart scheduled domestic flights around Malaysia on April 29, 2020. This will be ...

By Kyle Jonas • 04/19/2020
Boeing to Reopen Multiple Factories Amid Pandemic

Last month, Boeing decided to close their factories to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, just last Friday, they announced that they will reopen ...

By Daniel Mena • 04/18/2020
Terminal at Singapore Changi Closes Due to Pandemic

As a result of the low demand for travel caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Singapore's Minister for Transport, Khaw Boon Wan decided on Monday, Apri ...

By Peter Lam • 04/12/2020
Three Passenger Air Canada Planes Transformed into Cargo Aircraft

Air Canada announced this morning that they will transform three of their Boeing 777-300ERs into temporary cargo aircraft to transport vital supplies ...

By Daniel Mena • 04/11/2020
Trump Administration Releases Financial Aid Package for U.S. Airlines

After meeting with Steven Mnuchin, the United States Secretary of Treasury, Donald Trump and his administration has released an financial aid package ...

By Daniel Mena • 04/11/2020
Lufthansa To Retire Long-Haul Aircraft and Shutter Its Subsidiary

Lufthansa will retire long haul aircraft and shutter its subsidiary, Germanwings. Which aircraft will be retired and what effect will this have on av ...

By Winston Shek • 04/07/2020
Boeing to Stop Production After Employee COVID-19 Death

Boeing has made the decision to suspend production in Seattle-area facilities after a worker died from the novel coronavirus. This suspension will sta ...

By Ben Kogan • 03/24/2020
Singapore Airlines to Cut 96% of Capacity

Singapore Airlines, one of the main airlines based in Singapore, has announced it will be cutting 96% of its capacity by the end of April 2020. Ou ...

By Arkin Si • 03/23/2020
Turkish Airlines Reducing International Flights to Just 5 Cities

Turkish Airlines is Reducing International Flights to just 5 Cities and reportedly offering a "too-good-to-be-true" mileage rebooking policy.

By Will Hagen • 03/23/2020
Emirates Group Suspends Most Flights Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

Emirates is suspending most of its passenger flights amid the outbreak of COVID-19.

By Calvin Stewart • 03/22/2020
New JAL Special Livery Designed in Commemoration for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

MATSUSHIMA, JPN - Last Friday, a Boeing 787 operated by Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airlines (ANA) delivered the Olympic fire after a long jou ...

By Mogami Kariya • 03/22/2020
Southwest Airlines to Postpone 1,000 Daily Routes Through April

Southwest Airlines is getting ready for major schedule reductions starting this weekend. From Sunday, March 22nd, Southwest Airlines will start to can ...

By Ben Kogan • 03/21/2020
Vietnam Airlines Suspends All International Flights

While the Southeastern country of Vietnam has only 76 cases of COVID-19, the Vietnamese government has put a lot of restrictions in place to prevent t ...

By Peter Lam • 03/21/2020
Lufthansa Group's Response to Virus Includes Grounding 700 Aircraft

Out of its 763 aircraft that fly the skies, the Lufthansa Group is now only flying 63 of them; they decided to ground 700 of their aircraft to lessen ...

By Peter Lam • 03/21/2020
Airlines Request $50 Billion From U.S. Government

U.S. airlines are asking the federal government for $50,000,000,000 in financial aid after taking major hits due to the Coronavirus outbreak. People a ...

By Kyle Jonas • 03/19/2020
Alitalia to be Fully Owned by the National Government

Italy is currently the country with the most cases of COVID-19 outside of mainland China. Therefore, Alitalia, the Italian flag carrier, has been even ...

By Peter Lam • 03/18/2020
Airlines Ground Airbus A380s Due to COVID-19

Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, people are not willing to travel in order to avoid getting infected, causing air travel to be severely impacted. Rou ...

By Peter Lam • 03/17/2020
Aircraft Retirements Accelerated Due to COVID-19

Many iconic aircraft are being forced into retirement due to the ongoing COVID-19. Which aircraft are being forced into early retirement? Click to s ...

By Winston Shek • 03/17/2020
Norwegian to Cancel Flights Amid Pandemic

Norwegian Air Shuttle, a Norwegian airline, is cancelling 85% of its flights and laying off 90% of its workforce due to the coronavirus pandemic.

By Peter Lam • 03/17/2020
Air New Zealand To Cut Capacity By 85 Percent

Air New Zealand will cut capacity by 85%. What routes will be chopped temporarily? Click to see more details.

By Winston Shek • 03/16/2020
British Airways Cuts Jobs Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

Resulting from the travel ban in the U.K., British Airways has warned it's workers that they are struggling to survive on a crisis "worse than 9/11" c ...

By Demo Mena • 03/15/2020
Flybe Collapsed

Flybe, a regional European Airline based in the UK has collapsed, partially because of the Coronavirus impacting travel, and partially because of prio ...

By Arkin Si • 03/15/2020
U.S. Bans Flights to Europe For Next Thirty Days

According to multiple sources, the U.S. will suspend flights to Europe for the next thirty days. President Trump has announced that there will be ...

By Kyle  Jonas and Winston Shek • 03/11/2020
TSA Screeners in San Jose test positive for COVID-19

3 TSA screeners at Mineta San Jose International Airport have tested positive for COVID-19

By Calvin Stewart • 03/11/2020
Last Flight for the Phantom

OMITAMA, JPN — The Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) ended their only reconnaissance squadron, the 501st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron based a ...

By Mogami Kariya • 03/10/2020
ANA Orders 20 787s to Replace Domestic 777s

According to multiple sources, ANA (Al Nippon Airways) has committed to buying 20 of Boeing's 787 aircraft, a move that will put ANA's 787 fleet count ...

By Daniel Mena • 03/04/2020
Delta and American Suspend Flights to Milan

Coronavirus isn't only affecting flights to Asia. Now, flights to Italy are also being suspended.

By Calvin Stewart • 03/01/2020
Congress to Propose National Aviation Center

The Senate has introduced a proposal for an organization that would help keep the American aerospace and aviation competitive. Called the National Cen ...

By Kyle Jonas • 03/01/2020
United Airlines Offers Pilots a Month Off

United Airlines has offered pilots a month off at a reduced pay due to flight cuts.

By Calvin Stewart • 03/01/2020
Trans States Airlines To Terminate Services

Trans States Airlines will terminate service. Click to see an in-depth analysis.

By Winston Shek • 02/26/2020
TAP Air Banned from Venezuela for 90 Days

Portugal's national carrier, TAP Air Portugal, has been banned from flying to and from Caracas, Venezuela for 90 days. The ban comes after "serious vi ...

By Kyle Jonas • 02/20/2020
737MAX to Return to Service on September 4

United Airlines has just announced that they plan to return the 737MAX to service on September 4, 2020. American Airlines has extended their cancellat ...

By Daniel Mena • 02/18/2020
Boeing Creates Starliner for Nasa With Massive Flaws

Boeing is facing backlash yet again. In the midst of working out their issues around the 737 Max 8, Boeing must work out another problem. The Starline ...

By Kyle Jonas • 02/08/2020
Airbus Halts A320 Production in Asia due to Coronavirus Precautions

Airbus announced that they will be closing their Airbus factory in Tianjin, located in northeastern China, due to recently imposed travel bans due to ...

By Daniel Mena • 02/08/2020
Air Canada 767 Makes Successful Emergency Landing in Madrid

An Air Canada Boeing 767 had to make an emergency landing earlier today when it had an engine failure on takeoff. Air Canada Flight 837 began to circl ...

By Daniel Mena • 02/03/2020
Several Aviation Executives Commit to Using Sustainable Methods

A group of aviation companies, including airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers based in England are banding together to make a "zero carbon p ...

By Kyle Jonas • 02/03/2020
Coronavirus Prompts Airlines to Cancel Flights to China

Many have heard of the new Coronavirus, a virus that has taken hundreds of lives and spread to thousands of people. The outbreak of this virus has cau ...

By Daniel Mena • 01/31/2020
Boeing 777X Makes its First Flight

Earlier today, thousands of people watched as an all new variant of the Boeing 777, the 777X made its first flight. The brand new 777, N779XW, departe ...

By Daniel Mena • 01/25/2020
Boeing 777X First Flight Postponed

After 3 hours on the taxiway, the 777X first flight has officially been postponed. Earlier today, the 777X was supposed to go on its first flight toda ...

By Peter Lam • 01/24/2020
LOT Polish Rumored to Take Former Singapore 777s

LOT Polish is rumored to take new 777's.Singapore Airlines incoming A350-900 and B787-10 are replacing the carrier's B777-200ER. The aircraft will be ...

By Winston Shek • 01/23/2020
ANA and Singapore Airlines to form a JV

ANA and Singapore Airlines to form a Joint Venture. What are the details?

By Winston Shek • 01/22/2020
Fuel Dump Over Schools in LA Sparks Outrage

Fuel dump over schools in LA

By Anish Susarla • 01/18/2020
First United 787 With New Polaris to Fly This Wednesday

Originally set to take the skies in mid December, the Boeing 787-8 had some setbacks with its retrofit. But, after one more month, the 787-8, N27908, ...

By Daniel Mena • 01/09/2020
Emirates Leadership Changes

What happened to Emirates leadership? It's a big move.

By Winston Shek • 12/28/2019
Delta Follows Other Airlines in Move to Daxing Airport

In September 2019, Beijing opened its new Beijing Daxing International Airport. This airport had to be constructed due to the high number of flights t ...

By Peter Lam • 12/24/2019
Bamboo Airways Takes Delivery of Their First 787s

Bamboo Airways, a Vietnamese startup carrier, has received their first 2 787 Dreamliners from the Boeing company. These Dreamliners allow for the airl ...

By Peter Lam • 12/23/2019
An Airplane Skids off the Runway in a Bad Rain Storm

SpiceJet flight SG-275 coming from Pune, India slid off of a runway at Kolkata Airport in Mumbai.

By Demo Mena • 12/21/2019
Air France Retires Their First A380

Air France retired their first Airbus a380 last Saturday. They plan to retire their 9 other A380s by 2022.

By Daniel Mena • 12/20/2019
United Orders 50 A321XLRs

United orders 50 A321XLRs from Airbus. What does it mean for them?

By Winston Shek • 12/20/2019
First Fully Electric Commercial Aircraft Takes Flight

The world's first fully electric commercial flight flew recently. This article provides some information about it.

By Kyle Jonas • 12/20/2019