The Big Threat in Aviation: Politicians in the Cockpit

Politics have been playing a big part in the airline industry the last several years. But is political participation for the better or worse?
by Phil Derner Jr.
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Don’t You Believe It: Choosing Your Aviation News Source

The Information Age has redefined how people get their information when breaking news happens. No longer is your choice simply between cable networks and broadcast networks, now there are specialty websites and Twitter accounts...
by Phil Derner Jr.
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Toss Out Your PC. The Best Flight Sim Experience is On Your Phone

Flight simulator games on mobile devices offer graphics and gameplay that used to only be attainable on a PC. Phil reviews a few of the more popular flight sims available for phone or tablet.
by Phil Derner Jr.
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Gudmundur Karl Arthorsson might not be flying Icelandair anytime soon. (Photo by Andy Ellwood via Tumblr)

A Drunk Pilot, A Drunk Passenger, A Roll of Duct Tape And Two Disrupted Flights

Two more wasted men—one of them an airline pilot—made headlines on Friday when each disrupted separate flights to New York.
by admin
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A particularly dirty SeaPort Airlines Pilatus (N933SP) takes off from Boeing Field. (Photo by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren)

Athens, Georgia Wins Flights to Nashville Courtesy of Uncle Sam

The Essential Air Service program has awarded a $1.5 million annual contract to SeaPort Airlines to fly between Athens and Nashville.
by admin
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