Events

#SpotLAX2019 Is Right Around The Corner, Are You Ready?

We hope everyone is having a fun start to the Summer! With July heat, that can only mean that our annual #SpotLAX2019 event is right around the corner! This year, the event will be held Friday September 6 through Sunday September 8. Once again, this weekend also coincides with Cranky Flier’s annual Cranky Dorkfest on Saturday […]

Aviation News

What’s Happening At The 2019 Paris Air Show (Updated 3X)

The 2019 edition of the Paris Air Show is happening this week. The biennial show is traditionally a place where new aircraft are launched and new orders flow in. Follow along here all this week as we recap each day’s happenings. Day 1: The big news of the day was Airbus’ launch of the A321XLR. […]

Editorials

NBAA Forum Brings Business Aviation Community To White Plains

NBAA Held their Northeast Regional Forum at Westchester County Airport near White Plains, NY on Thursday, June 6th, attracting over 3000 attendees.

Op-Eds

Business Aviation: Invaluable in White Plains, and Across New York (Op-Ed)

(Editor’s note: The National Business Aviation Association’s Northeast Regional Forum is taking place at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, NY on Thursday June 6th. The following is an Op-Ed from Ed Bolen, President and CEO of NBAA.)  This week, thousands of business aviation professionals will be attending the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA’s) regional forum at […]

Airport News

United Airlines Moves to its New LaGuardia Home

United’s new five-gate section at LaGuardia’s Central Terminal Building replacement has opened for business.


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Joining the ‘First Flyer’s Club’ Aboard Delta Air Lines A220

The Airbus A220-100 entered service with Delta AIr Lines on February 7th. NYCAviation was onboard the first flights and we share our thoughts.
by Ben Granucci
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What Did and Didn’t Happen at LaGuardia Today?

After air traffic control staffing issues caused delays at LaGuardia and other east coast airports, we take a look at what did and didn't actually happen.
by Ben Granucci
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The Refreshed Aer Lingus Livery: Teal Is The New Green

Aer Lingus revealed a new livery last week. We take a look at the changes and share our thoughts on the new look.
by Ben Granucci
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How Existing Funding Could Keep The FAA Open In A Future Shutdown

The government shutdown drags on, and is now in its third week. Tom Rainey Jr. explores how Congress could insulate the FAA's operations from a future shutdown, primarily using existing funding.
by Tom Rainey
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UAS in the USA: A History of Drone Regulations

The FAA has developed regulations for drone operators to operate their UAS for fun or for profit in a legal and safe environment, but the path was not always quick or straightforward.
by David J. Williams
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