Aviation News

Should the FAA Take an Active Role to Improve the Flight Experience?

Published: 02-21-2024
Is this part of FAA's domain?

Commercial Aviation Needs to Tackle GPS Spoofing

Published: 02-06-2024
Photo by Maël BALLAND on Unsplash For the aviation industry, GPS spoofing—a hostile technique that involves using fake signals to trick Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers—has become a major threat. Conflicts in the Middle East and Ukraine have only increased the threat of this threatening

The “Safe Airspace for Americans” Act is Not What You Think

Published: 01-24-2024
Do you want to believe?

Recent Airplane Crash in Japan Highlights Rise of Runway Incursions

Published: 01-09-2024
Are runway incursions on the rise?

Can This Company Eliminate Turbulence from Commercial Aircraft?

Published: 12-18-2023
Photo by Anandu Vinod on Unsplash One company in aviation is beginning to make waves… or should we say that the company is trying to steady the waves? Turbulence Solutions is an Austrian aerospace business that wants to revolutionize the aviation sector with one goal: Eliminating turbulence. If the

Gulfstream Makes Aviation History with First Trans-Atlantic Flight on Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Published: 12-05-2023
Photo by Forsaken Films on Unsplash The world's first transatlantic flight powered solely by sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) was accomplished with great success by Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. On November 19, a Gulfstream G600 aircraft made the historic flight from the company's Savannah, Georgia headquarters

American Airlines Cuts 21 Routes in Austin

Published: 11-21-2023
Photo by Carlos Alfonso on Unsplash American Airlines has made the dramatic decision to discontinue 21 routes in Austin, Texas, indicating a change in the city's appeal as a travel destination. With the city's reputation as a thriving tech hub and a hip city, home to such events as South by Southwest

New Labor Deals Open Up Cockpit Doors for Aspiring Pilots

Published: 10-31-2023
Photo by Cytonn Photography on Unsplash There have never been more chances for ambitious pilots in the dynamic field of aviation. Pilots at United Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta have approved ground-breaking labor agreements and contracts, ushering in a new era of prosperity in the airline business.

Is Supersonic Aviation Coming Back or Dead on Arrival?

Published: 10-15-2023
Supersonic aircraft in the news. What will the future hold?

GE Aerospace Sells 3,000 GE90 Engines

Published: 09-26-2023
Photo by Jacek Dylag on Unsplash The GE90 engine from General Electric powers some of the most well-known long-haul aircraft in the world, including the Boeing 777. The popular engine continues to be reliable and a hallmark of aviation technology. General Electric recently celebrated the sale of its

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