The International Society for Aviation Photography were out in force at this year’s second Red Flag training exercises at Nellis Air Force Base outside Las Vegas. Alberto Riva takes you there with coverage from both sides of the camera.
An agreement to continue Air Jamaica operations under the Caribbean Airlines brand goes into effect next month, but the Jamaican government is now being forced to modify the terms of the deal in anticipation of even bigger changes for the region.
A group of investors which has been attempting to restart the Fokker assembly lines for over a decade has secured a crucial development loan from the Dutch government.
Allegiant Air service will soon extend beyond the mainland to Hawaii, thanks to the purchase of six 757s to be delivered over the next two years.
Some scarce flight slots at LGA and DCA will hit the market if Delta and US go along with the DOT’s stipulations for their slot swap, and Southwest seems to be interested in scooping some up.
Atlas Air will soon assume the flying duties for Boeing’s fleet of Dreamlifter cargo aircraft, a contract currently held by Evergreen International.
Boeing’s pitch for the US Air Force’s latest tanker competition will be a 767-based jet retrofitted with displays from the state-of-the-art 787 flight deck, among other improvements.
Miami-based Amerijet has leased its first two wide body freighters to compliment its fleet of Boeing 727s.
Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, a national hero for his successful water landing of US Airways Flight 1549 into the Hudson River, completed his final airline flight today, entering retirement following a 40 year career as a professional pilot. We bring you photos of his last departure out of Ft. Lauderdale.
Republic Airways’ spokesman Carlo Bertolini has announced their interest in “unifying” their brand through the elimination of Midwest and Frontier names.
American Airline Cargo on Monday opened a new state-of-the-art 135,000sq ft cargo facility New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
JFK’s runway 13R/31L is in need of some rehabilitation, which will have a major effect on an already strained airfield operation. Here’s what the changes will mean to travelers, airlines and planespotters.