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Davis Turner Planespotter and aviation journalist from the San Francisco Bay Area. Davis has previously worked on business plan research with StartupBoeing and historical analysis with Ricondo and Associates. Davis will be a freshman in college this fall, based in Chicago.
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NEWS Apr 28, 2023 Norwegian Signs Partnership with Domestic SAF Technology Firm Norsk e-Fuel Oslo-based Norwegian Airlines, a low-cost carrier, is betting big on Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), referred to as e-fuel by the airline. The agreement will help Norwegian reach their near-term climate goals. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Apr 12, 2023 What is The Single European Sky Initiative? A Brief Explanation An explanation of the Single European Sky (SES) Initiative. Europe suffers from complex regulatory structures over airspace and airline traffic management, which the SES aims to make more efficient. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Mar 21, 2023 The 5 Best Aviation Books You Should Definitely Read There are many backstories to airlines you have probably never heard of, but books offer a great outlet to find them. Here are five books you should read right now that will provide considerable insight into the aviation industry. Read More →
ROUTES Mar 01, 2023 Avelo Airlines to Launch New Routes From Burbank and Orlando Avelo Airlines is taking off from three new airports in May, launching service to Colorado Springs, Brownsville, and Charlottesville. The new routes seek to better connect SpaceX employees to key operational sites and augment the airline's point-to-point network. Read More →
NEWS Feb 11, 2023 Introducing SkyTeam's Newest Member: Virgin Atlantic Virgin Atlantic has announced the date it intends to join the SkyTeam Alliance. The move is an exciting one, connecting British passengers to even more international destinations through its newly-grown route portfolio. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Jan 26, 2023 TSA PreCheck vs CLEAR: Which is Better? Travelers at airports often regard security as a big nuisance, as they have to wait for upwards of an hour at a time to get bags screened. Domestic U.S. airports in the last few years have introduced new ways of making this process faster, notably through programs like TSA PreCheck and CLEAR. These are in the realm of "Trusted Traveler Programs," where a traveler establishes their permanent credentials ahead of time so queuing at the airport is reduced. Read More →
NEWS Dec 27, 2022 Southwest Airlines Collapses in the Midst of Holiday Storm Southwest Airlines has suffered an operational meltdown across its route network. Nearly 70 percent of the scheduled flights Monday were canceled by the airline, leaving passengers angry, stranded, and confused. Read More →
NEWS Dec 24, 2022 Southwest Airlines Declares State of Operational Emergency at Denver Airport The recent winter storm has hit Southwest Airlines hard at Denver International Airport (DEN). Beginning at 1:45 pm Mountain Time on December 21, 2022, and extending until further notice, the Vice President of Ground Operations, Chris Johnson, declared a State of Operational Emergency. Read More →
NEWS Dec 06, 2022 REAL ID Requirement Date Pushed Back Once Again The deadline to obtain a REAL ID in order to fly is being pushed back to 2025. This follows a string of earlier postponements dating back to 2008. Read More →
NEWS Nov 29, 2022 BREAKING: Vistara and Air India to Merge Singapore Airlines and Tata have announced the merging of Vistara and Air India. The new combined carrier will become the second largest airline in India Read More →