Aviation News

The Future of Business Aviation in Focus at NBAA BACE

The business aviation community will be gathering in Las Vegas this week for the annual NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exposition (BACE).

Editorials

American Celebrates The Super 80 Send Off As Its MD-80s Fly West

American Airlines retired their classic Super 80 aircraft in style on Wednesday with an airborne party and commemorations in both DFW and O’Hare.

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.


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Delta Drops 24 Rural Destinations, Asks Feds for Bigger Subsidies

Delta Air Lines announced Friday that it would discontinue 24 routes, most of them serving rural cities for which the airline receives federal subsidies.
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On This Day in Aviation History: November 16th

Qantas is founded, NASA's X-43 hits Mach 10, NASA's Skylab 4 and Russia's Venera 3 are launched, National Airlines Flight 967 crashes, and more...
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Helicopter Crash Kills Three Australian Journalists

Three members of an Australian Broadcasting Corporation news team were killed on Thursday evening when their helicopter crashed near Lake Eyre in South Australia, police said on Friday.
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Air India

Air India Pilots Strike Forces 150 Flight Cancellations Saturday

State-owned Air India cancelled 150 flights Saturday as nearly half of its 1,600 pilots continued their strike for the fourth day.
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Inside Mexico City International Airport's Terminal 2. (Photo by ProtoplasmaKid via Wikipedia, CC BY-SA)

Mexico City Airport Replaces All 348 Police Officers

All 348 police officers assigned to Mexico City International Airport have been reassigned two months after a deadly shooting.
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