Aviation Articles

Alaska Air Profits Rise Considerably

Published: 08-09-2017
Alaska Air reported a second quarter net profit of nearly $300 million, a 14% increase from the previous year. The end product, which includes the influence of the takeover of Virgin America last December, comes on the back of a 41% increase in operating revenue to $2.1 billion. “We had a very solid

Boeing Raises its Predicted Pilot Demand

Published: 07-25-2017
Boeing has raised its forecast on the demand for pilots in the next two decades.

The FAA is looking for new help

Published: 07-11-2017
New Air Traffic Controllers Needed by the FAA

First Flight of Airbus A330neo Expected in the Next Few Months

Published: 06-12-2017
Airbus has now scheduled the delayed first flight of the A330-900neo for the end of the summer as the company awaits delivery of the first example’s Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines

New and Improved Air Force Aviation Bonus Program

Published: 06-07-2017
The future looks bright for the U.S Air Forces' new Bonus Program.

Time to retire the A380?

Published: 05-23-2017
With its high seat count and long range capabilities, the A380 has a wide variety of uses. However, not all airlines think the benefits of this airplane are greater than those of the ubiquitous B767-300.

Airline Rearrangement to Begin at LAX

Published: 05-09-2017
Major renovations happening at LAX in hopes to improve traffic flow.

The Top Aviation Apps 2017

Published: 04-25-2017
Over the years we have seen a ton of aviation apps specially designed for Android and iOS device. Here are a few that are designed to work with both Apple and Android devices...

Contract Negotiations Pop Up at Another Major Airline

Published: 04-12-2017
American Airlines pilots fight for higher pay in new contract negotiations

The 10 Most Difficult Airports for Pilots in the U.S.

Published: 03-22-2017
Which airports give pilots the most trouble?


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