In light of recent developments meant to enhance situational awareness and aviation safety on the ground, Brian Futterman discusses the nature of runway incursions and challenges the merits of adding to existing technology instead of developing it anew.
The big Airbus makes a bouncy, swervy landing on a short runway at Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Albany may be the capitol of New York, but Boeing Field in Seattle just might be the 737 capitol of the world. Check out the best places to spot aircraft at both airports with our new spotting guides
American Airlines’ youngest 767-300ER has been seriously damaged in a maintenance accident at the carrier’s Fort Worth, Tex. repair facility.
Troubled 787 gets a new paint scheme, but new report says the chronically delayed aircraft may not get off the ground until 2010.
The Federal Aviation Administration has now allocated all of its $1.1 billion in stimulus money for airport improvements. But the complex set of rules laid out in the recovery act has led to some counterintuitive results: The biggest winners aren’t the busiest airports.
A Korean Air 777-300ER suffered a tail strike while landing at Tokyo Narita Airport in high winds.
Settling months of speculation, Air France has announced that it will use its first A380s on the Paris-New York run beginning in November.
Does Obama want to own the airlines? A new ground management system at JFK. Thunderstorms wreak havoc on New York-area airports. Boeing issues an ultimatum.
Malaysia Airlines will discontinue service on their KUL-ARN-EWR route in October.
CSA Czech Airlines has announced it will discontinue all of its long haul service effective October 25th, including its sole year-round trans-Atlantic route, Prague (PRG)-New York (JFK).
France’s Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses (BEA) has published an interim report on the investigation of the June 1st crash of Air France 447.
According to government filings, Bolivia’s AeroSur will resume their 1x weekly New York (JFK)-Havana (HAV) scheduled charter service on August 2nd.
An NYCA forum member visiting London caught perhaps the last photo of the tragic Yemenia A310, registration 7O-ADJ, as it approached Heathrow on Monday, June 28th.