The vast majority of airline flights reach their destination as planned. Occasionally bad weather or other factors cause flight crews to have to divert to an alternate airport, disrupting both the airline’s and passenger’s plans. Brad Tate explains the process behind diverting to another airport.
It’s almost time again for New York City’s greatest plane spotting week of the year. UN Week is a little later than usual this year, but promises to be just as exciting.
After a number of dark years for the airline’s finances, things are finally starting to look up for Qantas as they have begun to return to profitability.
NYCAviation contributor and passenger experience guru Jason Rabinowitz takes us onboard the A350 C
With Donald Trump being all over the news of late, we take a look back at the Trump Shuttle.
The Department of Justice’s charges of collusion at multiple airlines should come as no surprise to the ironic actions of none other than…
The Department of Justice.
The debate between U.S legacy airlines and the “ME3″ has been getting hotter and hotter, though airline globalization has been around since the beginning.
The murder-suicide by the pilot of Germanwings 9525 has raised questions on how to address the mental and emotional health of pilots.
“Captain X” Takes us inside the cockpit and reveals the TRUTH about chemtrails.
Recently NYCA sat down with accomplished air to air photographer Scott Snorteland to find out what it takes to pull off a successful shoot.
This article originally appeared on AirlineReporter.com. If it is possible to have a favorite aircraft, mine would be the Tupolev Tu-95. The story of the Tu-95 goes back to 1944. During the Great Patriotic War, the Soviets watched with both awe and horror as the Boeing B-29 Superfortress devastated Japan. It was decided that the Air Force needed an […]
Qatar Airways recently unveiled the world’s first A350 XWB. NYCAviation correspondant Paul Thompson was in Doha to get a first hand look.