For a whole host of reasons, airports are often bewildering, maddening places. Here are 15 things no airport terminal should be without.
In the third article in our series, Karlene Petitt takes a look at the impact of the new pilot fatigue regulations on long haul international pilots.
There is a ton of awesome aviation content available on the internet. But it isn’t just written content, it’s audio podcasts as well! Here are a few of our favorites.
Earlier this week, NYCAviation had the opportunity to ride onboard American Airlines bran new Airbus A321 Transcontinental service. So how did we like the ride inside the new jet? Consider us impressed!
Aditya Palnitkar is an incredibly accomplished young man. Not only is he a world traveller who speaks several languages, he is also an author and businessman.
NYCAviation recently paid a visit to Fort Lauderdale-based fixed base operator National Jets. While we were there, we got a special look into the services they provide and how they differentiate themselves from other FBOs.
The FAA recently raised minimum flight hour requirements for commercial pilots to 1,500 hours. Brad Tate explores whether this stricter hiring requirement truly benefits flight safety.
Inside of a warehouse north of Los Angeles, CA, lies a vast collection of aviation pieces large and small. Here, at a film studio known as Air Hollywood, they bring the aviation scenes in the movies to life. NYCAviation recently paid them a visit and got a look at what exactly goes into making these films take flight.
With the recent trend towards consolidation, airline alliances have become a useful way to connect route networks. Doug Wint analyzes the pros and cons.
Recently, we had the opportunity to visit the air traffic control tower at Newark Liberty International Airport. Here’s a look at how they do things in one of the nations busiest control towers.
Once the Concorde was retired in 2003, British Airways began looking for a new way of quickly getting premium passengers across the pond. The solution came in the form of an odd combination of resources.
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is one of the most successful general aviation airplanes worldwide, used extensively for flight training and recreational flying.
British Airways has a massive presence at New York’s JFK International Airport, with what seems like hourly shuttle service on the Boeing 747-400 service between Queens and London’s Heathrow Airport. On the other side of the Island of Manhattan, however, Newark Liberty may just hold your best option to get from New York to London […]
Each year the Collings Foundation tours the United States with their B-17G, B-24J, and TP-51C on the Wings of Freedom tour. We caught up with them recently at a tour stop in Connecticut.