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Major? Regional? People still confuse these. (Photo by  Moose135, All Rights Reserved, via NYCAviation Photo Hangar)
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Education

Misused Aviation Terms, Part 1: Airlines and Accidents

Posted March 30, 2017 by Phil Derner Jr.

Many terms are thrown around, whether it be by avgeeks, the news media or general public, that have official definitions aside from what is socially thought.

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Editorials

The Forgotten Victims of Alaska Airlines Ending the Virgin America Brand

Posted March 23, 2017 by Phil Derner Jr.

With so many reactions being aired following Alaska Announcing the coming end of Virgin America, who stands to suffer the most?

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Aviation News

CLOSED: Winter Storm Stella Takes Aim at Northeastern US and Eastern Canada

Posted March 12, 2017 by NYCAviation Staff

Winter Storm Stella is taking aim at the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada early this week. We’ll have your latest updates on the storm and its impact on air travel here.

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West Coast Powerhouse: Alaska Airlines To Buy Virgin America

Posted April 4, 2016 by Stephanie Gehman

Early Monday morning, Alaska Airlines announced its intention to buy Virgin America in a cash purchase totaling $2.6 billion USD.

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Hundreds of post-convention bags wait to be sent to their flights. Photo by Paul Thompson.
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Columnists

Walmart’s Mass Exodus from Denver Forces Airlines to Work Together

Posted August 14, 2015 by Paul Thompson

Employees from Alaska Airlines, Delta and Southwest, along with an airport service contractor all worked together in the intense Colorado sun to sort bags and get them to the right airlines and the right flights as they came off the trucks. I even overheard someone say, “One airport, one team.”

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Airline News

Total Turbulence Helps Guide Flights To Smoother Skies

Posted April 8, 2015 by Paul Thompson

Real-time turbulence reports are now crowdsourced directly from flights en route. However, it’s the planes — not the passengers — doing the talking.

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A SkyWest CRJ-700 takes off in front of a taxiing Delta Airbus. Photo courtsey Flickr Creative Commons user redlegsfan21.
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Airline News

Alaska Airlines Announces New Flights into Delta’s Hub

Posted December 6, 2013 by Douglas Wint

Alaska Airlines Group has announced an expansion of their service from Delta Air Lines’ western hub to four west coast destinations.

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On This Day in Aviation History

Alaska 261 Plunges into Pacific Ocean: January 31st in Aviation History

Posted January 31, 2013 by Phil Derner Jr.

Pan Am receives the first Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Ham the Chimp visits space, an Alaska Airlines MD-80 crashes off the coast of California, and more…

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Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 eskimo tail. (Photo by Alaska Airlines)
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Military News

Fighter Jets Escort Alaska Airlines Plane to Seattle After Hijack Warning

Posted January 18, 2013 by AFP

Two F-15s escorted an Alaska Airlines flight to SeaTac Thursday after an anonymous caller told the FBI that a passenger could be a hijacker.

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The winning design created by high school student Aaron Nee. (Image courtesy of Alaska Airlines)
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Airline News

Paint The Plane: Alaska Airlines Jet To Wear Hawaiian Student’s Colorful Design

Posted January 11, 2013 by Matt Molnar

Eleventh-grader Aaron Nee on Thursday was awarded the grand prize in the Alaska Airlines Hawaii-themed Paint the Plane contest. • Gallery: See All 13 Paint The Plane Contest Winners Nee beat out over 2,700 entries from fellow Hawaiian students in kindergarten through 12th grade who were asked, “What does ‘Spirit of the Islands’ mean to […]

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