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INFORMATIONAL Jul 15, 2023 Where is The Safest Place to Sit On a Plane? Air travel remains the safest form of long-distance transportation. Even as the number of flights worldwide continues to increase year after year, the number of fatal accidents continues to drop. But even despite the highly-safe nature of air travel, one may still wonder: where is the safest place to sit onboard an aircraft? Read More →
ROUTES Jul 13, 2023 Here's How Taiwanese Airline Starlux is Expanding its Presence in the U.S. Taiwan's Starlux Airlines is rapidly expanding into the United States. In March, Starlux CEO Glenn Chai mentioned that Los Angeles was only the starting point for U.S. operations. We are now seeing Starlux's expansion plans through the sponsorship of sports teams and additional flights. Read More →
NEWS Jul 13, 2023 PHOTOS: United's New First Class Just Got Another Major Revamp On July 12, United Airlines introduced an upgraded domestic first class seat that includes a wireless charging station in each armrest. The new United First cabin seat will debut on its first Boeing 737 aircraft this month. Additional planes will receive the upgraded seat in the coming months. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Jul 05, 2023 The Sky's the Limit: Exploring the Opportunities for Students in the Field of Aviation Aviation is a promising field for those students who dream of an exciting career in the sky. It's both romantic and rigorous at the same time. No wonder pilots are called the masters of the sky. But for them to be truly so, there must also be skilled teams on the ground to help ensure a quality flight. Let's take a look at the career opportunities for students in aviation. Read More →
NEWS Jul 03, 2023 Korean Air to Work with GS Caltex on Sustainable Aviation Fuel Korean Air is working with Korean energy and chemical company GS Caltex to run test flights powered by sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Korean Air and GS Caltex plan to share data from the flights with the South Korean government to help it establish SAF quality standards. These standards are aimed at commercializing SAF and making its use more widespread. Read More →
NEWS Jul 03, 2023 Turkish Airlines Named 'Most Sustainable Flag Carrier Airline' Once Again Turkish Airlines is continuing to solve the climate crisis that challenges the aviation industry. The airline was named the 'Most Sustainable Flag Carrier Airline' in the World Finance Sustainability Awards 2023 for the second consecutive year. Read More →
NEWS Jul 02, 2023 Sustainable Aviation Ventures Expand to Washington State The Paris Airshow, which ended last weekend, revealed two startups planning to expand to Washington. The startups have different ventures on creating sustainable fuel for aircraft, both of which could be huge leaps in progressing forward. Read More →
NEWS Jun 30, 2023 Global Airlines To Acquire Three New Airbus A380s Global Airlines has had a busy couple of days as they seek to continue to grow their airline. This week Global Airlines agreed to purchase more widebody jets and appointed several new names to their leadership team as the young airline continues to grow. Read More →
STORIES Jun 29, 2023 Southwest Airlines: A Unique Perspective Into a Unique Airline Southwest Airlines is quite the unique airline compared to other legacy carriers in the United States. This article will dive into what exactly this airline does to separate itself from others and attract millions of customers. Read More →
NEWS Jun 26, 2023 Canada to Build CA$1.9 Billion Sustainable Aviation Fuel Facility in Manitoba The Canadian province of Manitoba plans to build a CA$1.9 billion sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) facility near the city of Portage la Prairie. In addition, the provincial government of Manitoba and the Government of Canada plan to spend CA$2.9 million on an engineering study for the new facility. Read More →