Editorials

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.

Editorials

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.

Airline News

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.

Editorials

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.

Aviation News

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.


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German Chancellor Angela Merkel named Aviation Week Person of the Year 2012.

Angela Merkel Named Aviation Week Person Of The Year For Blocking EADS-BAE Merger

Aviation Week said German Chancellor Angela Merkel had the biggest impact on aerospace in 2012 by blocking a $45B merger of EADS and BAE.
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Virgin America Applies for Puerto Vallarta Service

Virgin America has applied for rights from the Mexican Government and United States Department of Transportation to fly to Puerto Vallarta from San Francisco starting this winter.
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Captain: A Double-Edged Sword

By the simple act of firing one of their own for keeping passengers alive, they have brought the wrath of an entire industry into an incident which wouldn't normally get a second look.
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USAF MH-53J Pave Low helicopter over wreckage of the USAF CT-43A approximately 3 kilometers north of the Dubrovnik Airport in Croatia. (Photo by US Army)

On This Day in Aviation History: April 3rd

ATA files for bankruptcy, US Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown is killed in a US Air Force plane crash, Pan Am founder Juan Trippe dies, and more...
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United Express/Shuttle America Embraer E-170 N633RW

United Airlines Plane Lands at Newark Without Front Landing Gear [UPDATED]

A United Airlines commuter plane has landed at Newark Liberty International Airport Monday evening without its nose landing gear, according to witnesses.
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