Editorials

BOAC and How it All Began for Me

When the father of a four month old boy was given a small package containing a flight log onboard the child’s first flight, little did he know it would spark a lifelong passion for commercial aviation.

Airline News

Southwest Airlines Announces Entry into the Hawaiian Market

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly announced on Wednesday evening, the airline’s intention to apply for ETOPS certification of their Boeing 737-800 for service to Hawaii. Kelly said “A day long-awaited by our customers, fans, and more than 55,000 of the world’s most-loved airline employees is finally within sight—a day that will showcase your hospitality, about […]

Photography

Friday Photos: The 2017 LAX Meetup, Part One

With the 2017 LAX Meetup behind us, here are some of the great shots taken in and around the Los Angeles area during that weekend.

Editorials

Electra Memories

Aviation historian Shea Oakley shares memories from his youth of Eastern Airlines’ L-188 Electras and the time he almost got to fly on one.

Editorials

A Flight Through History: Selfridge ANGB Celebrates its First 100 Years

The Michigan Air National Guard celebrated the 100th anniversary of Selfridge ANGB with the USAF Thunderbirds highlighting a jam-packed airshow


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One of the more interesting deals in the airline business involves Minnesota-based Sun Country and Amsterdam-based Transavia, who swap airplanes during their respective slow seasons. Right now it's Sun Country's turn, operating this Boeing 737-800 (PH-HZI) out of Minneapolis in a hybrid Transavia livery. (Photo by Doug Lambert)

Final Call: India in Talks to Build Regional Jet, Man Builds Pan Am 747 in Garage

A true aviation geek has converted his garage into a replica Pan Am 747 cabin, India wants to build its own regional jet, two TSA agents bust up a Miami hotel room, and more...
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Updated: Could Runway Closures Mean A Summer of Misery at JFK?

Beginning Sunday, JFK will have 1 runway closed and another shortened until late September. Find out why this is happening and what it means for travelers.
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Indonesian Air Traffic Up 15 Percent in 2011

Indonesia's Transportation Ministry on Wednesday announced that the country's passenger air traffic increased by 15 percent in 2011, when compared to the previous year.
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Chinese Government Announces Construction of Second Beijing Airport to Begin Later This Year

China's Civil Aviation Administration has announced that construction of a second Beijing airport will likely begin later this year in an effort to alleviate congestion at the existing airport, currently the world's second busi...
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New Hurricane Forecast: Time to Buy Bread & Milk, or Ticket to the Caribbean?

With only two named storms so far, many are wondering why we haven’t seen more action and if we can already breathe a proverbial sigh of relief.
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