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INFORMATIONAL Jan 27, 2023 Attending an Aviation University in the US: The Pros and Cons If you have been considering attending an aviation university in the United States, then you know the decision is complex. While it provides you with specialized training and networking opportunities, it is a heavy responsibility. Read More →
NEWS Jan 03, 2023 Midair Helicopter Collision Leaves Four Dead in Australia A helicopter collision occurring yesterday, Monday, January 2 at 4:00 a.m. GMT has left four people deceased and three injured near SeaWorld on the Gold Coast. The police have said that the investigation suggests that one helicopter was landing while the other was taking off and clipped one another less than 20 seconds after takeoff. Read More →
TRIP REPORTS Dec 02, 2022 Delta Premium Select at Comfort Plus Prices: JFK to SFO Trip Report On my recent trip out west, I had the chance to experience one of the best deals in the sky: A premium economy seat at extra legroom economy prices, on Delta Air Lines. Was it worth the hype: read to find out! Read More →
NEWS Nov 28, 2022 Mooney Crashes Into Power Lines in Gaithersburg, MD On Thursday, November 27, 2022, an MFC Corp Mooney M20J departed Westchester County Airport (HPN) in White Plains, New York at 3:00 p.m., before crashing and becoming entangled in power lines approximately two-and-a-half hours later. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Nov 03, 2022 Why Are Plane Tickets So Expensive Nowadays? Inflation has recently been a challenge, but no sector has seen as much of a jolt as the commercial air travel industry. This article investigates this concerning trend. Read More →
NEWS Oct 02, 2022 Cathay Pacific Invests in 38 Million Gallons of SAF Cathay Pacific continues to follow the trend of investing in Sustainable Aviation Fuel by inking a deal with Aemetis for 38 million gallons of blended sustainable aviation fuel. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Sep 26, 2022 The De Havilland Comet: A Pioneer with a Fatal Flaw This article discusses the story of the design of the de Havilland Comet, the first jet-powered airliner. It looks into why the two high-profile crashes occurred, and how this was fixed. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Sep 16, 2022 Boeing's Worst Selling Aircraft Learn about some of Boeing's worst-selling aircraft, including an analysis of their production and why some variants failed. Read More →
NEWS Sep 15, 2022 Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Transport Became the Most Tracked Flight in History The Queen's coffin traveled via an RAF C-17 from Edinburgh to London (RAF Northolt) on Tuesday, September 13th. This was the Queen's final flight, and it is one of the most tracked flights in history. Read More →
STORIES Sep 05, 2022 Hiring in Aviation is Back on the Rise The impacts of COVID-19 on the aviation industry cannot be understated. A previous report from 2020 noted how despite being one of the largest aircraft manufacturers,¬†Airbus still cut around 15,000 jobs¬†during the pandemic. The company claimed to not expect air traffic to recover to pre-pandemic levels before 2023, and potentially as late as 2025. Now in 2022, an in-depth analysis shows a slow return to normalcy, and hiring in aviation is expected to climb as the pandemic wanes. Read More →